New book records four decades of Rotary Killarney

Rotary Killarney launched their book recording in word and image the events and projects over four decades when the club celebrated its 40th anniversary celebrations recently.

The event took place at Fredericks in the Great Southern Killarney where President Barry Murphy and the Club members had the pleasure of the company of past presidents and members, present members family along with well-wishers, including the Cathaoirleach of Killarney MD - Cllr. Niall Kelliher and Rotary’s Assistant District Governor, Grace O’Donnell.

There was a very relaxed atmosphere throughout the evening as people mixed, conversed and reminisced. John O’Shea first president of Rotary Killarney (40 years ago) then recounted to all gathered the story of Rotary Killarney –where it all began, and how it was in the beginning.

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Eats + Beats fest set for Dunloe debut

Intrepid Arctic Explorer Kevin Leahy, who won the Montane Arctic Spine Race in February, is embarking on another expedition, this time around, organising the popular music, food and arts festival, Eats + Beats.

Nestled amongst the fields and woodlands of Dunloe, Killarney, and surrounded by the majestic Macgillycuddy's Reeks, festival organisers The Killarney Folk Collective are getting ready to throw the wildest outdoor party of the year.

Having secured one of the most scenic festival locations in the country, early bird tickets sold out within weeks and the team behind the event are expecting big crowds to flock to Dunloe, Killarney, on Saturday, August 4th.

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