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Mark McGovern Support Fund
Sep. 19, 2011
Over the weekend, two major fundraisers took place for the Mark McGovern Support Fund.
On Saturday a Sponsored Walk from Enniskillen to Belcoo organised by Kerry Gilmurray raised over £5,500. There was just over 50 people who took to the road for the 12mile walk in wet and windy conditions but an enjoyable day was had by all. We wish to thank anyone who had anything to do with making this event a success.
On Sunday we had 75 collectors in Croke Park for the All-Ireland Football Finals. The Collection went extremely well and we must thank Croke Park for giving us the opportunity to hold a Collection for Mark on such an important day in the GAA calendar. To those who took the time and effort to help with the collection we thank you while those who made a contribution to the fund and enquired about Mark's health we appreciate your concern and thank you for your generous donations.
Sunday 2nd October: Car Treasure Hunt organised by the Cathal Buí Festival in Blacklion. The First Car will leave the Bandstand in Belcoo at 2.30pm, last Car 3.30pm. £10 per car. Results, Prize-Giving and Presentations will take place in Frank Eddy's from 8.30pm.
Saturday 15th October: Charity Football Match followed by an evening of entertainment in the Bush Bar, Enniskillen. The Match will be between Liverpool John Moore's University (the College Mark attended) and Belcoo O'Rahillys. Throw in is at 6pm in Brewster Park Enniskillen. County Stars from Tyrone & Donegal will play for both teams while County Managers are been drafted in to oversee proceedings. Voluntary Donations at the Gate.
Afterwards in the Bush Bar, Enniskillen the night will consist of Music, a Raffle and an Auction. Free Entry into the Night Club and Voluntary Donations can be made on the night.
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