FOLLOWING on from the great success of the past two years, the Begley family from West Kerry have volunteered once again to support Sr Ethel Normoyle’s Missionvale project in Port Elizabeth South Africa.
On Sunday, January 3, Brendan and Seamus Begley and Kate Purcell will get together in Ruan with a host of talented musicians for a night of music, song and dance. The musicians joining them are Andrew McNamara, Garry Shannon, Frank Custy, Patrick O’Loughlin, Eimer Arkins, Conor Keane, Sinéad Haigney, Seán Barry, Seosamh Reid, Laurance Courtney, Marie McHugh, Eamonn and Geraldine Cotter, Cormac Begley.
Tickets are available from Purcell’s, Ruan and Annette’s Boutique Clarecastle or at the door on the night.
In the recent past, the people of Clare have given very generously to Sr Ethel Normoyle’s Building of hope project. The money, combined with the work of local volunteers, helped build a community health facility at Missionvale.
However, every day AIDS claims more victims leaving vulnerable and orphaned children. The ongoing financial assistance helps bring life, hope, training, care and compassion to the people of Missionvale. A board of trustees of Missionvale Ireland Ltd has been set up to ensure that support for Missionvale is sustained and ongoing.