Donal Walsh Film Competition Nominated For National Award

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Pictured earlier this year launching the Donal Walsh LiveLife Foundation Film Competition were John Long chairman Chapter 23 Credit Union and Elma Walsh Livelife Foundation. Back from left; John O’Regan PRO Chapter 23 , Padraig Flynn Listowel CU, Fionnbar Walsh Livelife, Mary Lucy Film Festival, Suzanne Ennis Tralee CU and Helen Courtney PRO Kilarney CU. Photon by Domnick Walsh

THE Donal Walsh LiveLife Live Life National Film Competition has been nominated for a national award.

The Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute (PMI) announced the shortlist of finalists for the inaugural National Project Awards in seven categories and the competition has been nominated in the  Project Management for Social Good (sponsored by AIB) category with Dell EMC – Volunteer Project Management Programme;  Team Limerick Clean-Up and Three – Charity partner e-mentoring system.

Over 700 people attended the annual Live Life Film Awards in the Brandon Hotel back in February.

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The theme for the event was ‘Make Every Second Count’ . The film competition is held in memory of Donal Walsh and was hosted by RTE’s Sinead Kennedy with special guests footballer Aidan O’Mahony, campaigner Nikki Bradley, filmmaker Gerard Barrett, Ian O’Reilly and David Rawle from the TV series ‘Moone Boy’.

The winners of the seven categories will be revealed at a gala dinner hosted by principal sponsor PwC on November 1 at Spencer Dock, Dublin 1, which will take place on the eve of International Project Management Day 2017. For full details on the National Project Awards see

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