THE Fr Murphy Centre in Boolavogue was the location for a breakfast morning party lately that proved to be a terrific achievement.
he celebration was organised by regional postmistress, Louise Lawless, as portion of her marketing campaign to become the mayor of Boolavogue.
The function followed in the wake of the formal opening of the Bathroom Lane by Seamus Burke, which was also held as aspect of Louise’s campaign.
The aim of the mayoral initiative, in which Louise is likely up in opposition to Jimmy ‘Shugs’ Gahan, is to raise cash for the Boolavogue With each other initiative which itself is aimed at improving the village to the benefit of locals and guests.
Louise was delighted with the response to the breakfast morning celebration and she acknowledged all people in the locality who assisted her organise her functions to date.
In unique, she is very appreciative of the support nearby persons have presented to the various initiatives organised as aspect of her marketing campaign.
Having said that, not one particular to relaxation on her laurels Louise is now seeking forward to hosting a golfing classic in Ballymoney on July 1, with a presentation ceremony the following day in Kelly’s Pub, the Harrow.
That weekend will culminate with a incredibly specific music occasion in St Cormac’s Church on Sunday, July 3, at which some of Wexford’s foremost new music entertainers will execute.