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Huge congratulations to Rachel Ryan from Templemore on her recent Gold Medal at the Special Olympics World Games in Loker Stadium. Rachel attends LIT Thurles where she is studying the Sport, Strength and Conditioning Course.

Congratulations Rachel were all very proud of you.
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I was delighted to attend Loughtagalla Park Community Event recently along with Residents and Friends of Loughtagalla.

The local community are to be complimented on organising a very successful day. The park with its new facilities looks splendid. It was a lovely occasion and the renowned local community spirit was very evident. (4 photos)
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