This video was taken about a week before Christmas when everything North of the mountain was blanketed in fog. – with thanks to Kathleen for this video
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Jennifer Linehan, Fionan Buckley and Grace O’Connor from Millstreet Community School with their project entitled “Which Olympic sport is most suitable for me ?” at this Years BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition [from the IT]
In a separate article, the project of Katie Hickey, Robyn Sheehan and Elmarie Kelleher was profiled:
“… Equally topical, and timely, is the project by three students from Millstreet Community School, in Cork. Katie Hickey, Robyn Sheehan and Elmarie Kelleher were all inspired to take up sport by women role models, although that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for the men, too.
Their project – the correlation between success in an Olympic sport and participation in that sport following the Olympics – focused on the O’Donovan brothers, Gary and Paul, who now famously won Olympic silver in rowing in last August. [read more …] “Which Olympic sport is most suitable for me?”
We’d like to thank everyone who contributed to the Christmas food collection for Penny Dinners. The response was fantastic this year.
Thanks also to Mary Murphy of Guys & Dolls; Millstreet Community School, especially Mrs. Randles and the TYs; Mary & John Coleman and the staff of Coleman’s Centra. The collection would not be possible without their continued support – Aida and Anna