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Sean McCannon, with Mike and Joyce McCannon, at the Scoil Eoin Balloonagh Confirmation Day at Our Lady and St Brendan's Church on Saturday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Confirmation Day For Scoil Eoin’s Class Of 2021

September 7, 2021 at 11:29 am Comments are Disabled

IT was a long time coming, but Confirmation Day finally arrived for the Scoil Eoin Balloonagh Class of 2021 on Saturday. Our Lady and St Brendan’s Church hosted three separate ceremonies to accommodate each of the classes taught by Ms Sugrue, Ms Daly and Ms Curtin. The ex-pupils wore the […]

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Clodagh O'Dowd, Helen Murphy, Moira Keane, Kay Lynch and Maria Godley at the Class of 1987 Balloonagh Secondary School Reunion in The Ashe Hotel on Saturday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Ladies Catch Up At Balloonagh Class Of 1987 Reunion

August 13, 2017 at 11:33 am Comments are Disabled

THERE were some great stories told and schooldays relived at a reunion of the ladies from the Balloonagh Secondary School Class of 1987 at The Ashe Hotel on Saturday night. The event was organised by Rose Dillon and a number of other past pupils, after she sent a message on […]

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PHOTOS: Contents Of Balloonagh Convent To Be Sold At Auction

PHOTOS: Contents Of Balloonagh Convent To Be Sold At Auction

November 5, 2015 at 12:43 pm Comments are Disabled

A SLICE of history is set to be sold off when the contents of the The Mercy Convent in Balloonagh go up for auction next week at the building itself. Hundreds of items are to go under the hammer – on Saturday, November 14 at 10.30am – from the convent which opened in […]

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Pupils who performed in the Scoil Eoin Christmas concert were, from left: Alicia Kislowsky, Ben Casey, Dillion Welsh, Emmet Carmody and Julie Griffin. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

PHOTOS: Scoil Eoin National School Stages Christmas Concert

December 16, 2014 at 12:04 pm Comments are Disabled

PENGUINS, polar bears, cowboys and walking trees were just some of the characters that could be seen around Scoil Eoin on Monday night as they staged their first performance of their Christmas concerts. Pupils at the school will be taking to the stage for a three day run until Wednesday. […]

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In St Ita's and St Joesph school to launch their fundraiser night in the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium on November 21 were, from left, front row: Grace Sheehan (Principle), Lia Lynch, Breda Quilligan, Nicole O'Sullivan, Daniel Diggins, Martina McElligott, Lindsey Dowling (Teacher). Back row: Dylan Hide, Stephen Buckley, Conor Griffin and  Luke Scollard. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Night At The Dogs For St Ita’s And St Joseph’s

November 18, 2014 at 11:02 am Comments are Disabled

ST ITA’S  AND ST JOSEPH’S are hosting a fundraising night in aid of vital new extension work which is currently ongoing in the school. The fundraiser will take place in the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium, this Friday, November 21. Tickets are priced at €5 with children allowed to go in free. […]

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Caroline O'Donoghue, Andrea Quirke, Edwina Hurley, Jackie Moriarty and Tara Dillon at the Balloonagh Secondary School Class of 1997 reunion in O'Donnell's Bar, Mounthawk on Friday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

Photos: Balloonagh Ladies Party Like It’s 1997

August 31, 2014 at 10:43 am Comments are Disabled

EAR-SPLITTING laughter was the order of the night at O’Donnell’s in Mounthawk  on Friday, as ladies recalled their 90s heyday. The Balloonagh Secondary School Class of 1997 got back together to reminisce about their schooldays with a ‘Dress To Impress’ theme and they certainly didn’t disappoint. The glamorous bunch of […]

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Schooldays Revisited For Balloonagh’s Class of 1997

Schooldays Revisited For Balloonagh’s Class of 1997

June 26, 2014 at 9:40 am Comments are Disabled

Click on above ad for more IT was the year the Spice Girls ruled the planet, Leo and Kate became megastars because of some boat movie and Princess Diana’s death shocked the world. But for the Class of 97, school was out for good as they graduated from Balloonagh Secondary. […]

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