Local causes set to benefit from Vintage Club raffle

Killarney Valley Classic and Vintage Club are back with a brand new raffle for 2023 and an astonishing restored vehicle for one lucky winner.

Months and months of work has gone into preparing this year’s amazing restoration raffle prizes –  a 1979 Landrover, a Honda 70 and a Honda X8R.

Fred McDonogh from Red Chair Recruitment unveiled the vehicles which were sitting on the trailer kindly provided by BG Motors.

The organisers and everyone who has a stake in the success of the raffle as well as supporters gathered at theWarehouse Café in Farranfore, one of the main sponsors –to launch the raffle prize for this year.

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Fundraising success for Clann Housing residents

The residents of Clann Housing, an age-friendly housing service in Killarney, held a coffee morning fundraiser last spring and have just donated the proceeds to Comfort for Chemo Kerry for the sum of €1,565.00.

Clann Housing have 119 units across Oakwood, Holycross and Coill na Darach in the Rock Road area and the residents are a dab hand at fundraising –already having been part of Daffodil Day fundraisers for a number of years.

One of the scheme managers, Denise Fitzgerald, who along with scheme manager John Herlihy and Eva O’Brien, who is a vital part of the team, helped the residents host a coffee morning –as they were looking for a new way to help out a local charity.

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