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Jolly Joggers:
The Jolly Joggers presented €5,000 to the North Monaghan Cancer Treatment Support group on Monday night February 25th 2019. This brings the total funding presented to this organisation by the Joggers to €56,000 during the ten years that they have organised the New Year’s Day Run in Emyvale. This year, as well, a donation has been presented to the local Red Cross, which has provided the necessary medical back-up for the Run on each of the ten years. At the presentation to the Monaghan Cancer Treatment Support, Geraldine McAree, coordinator of the Jolly Joggers, thanked everyone who has supported and/or sponsored the New Year’s Day Run. It takes a large number of volunteers to run an event of this magnitude and she expressed appreciation to all who assisted with the work and a special mention for the members of the Jolly Joggers. Maeve Hackett, who accepted the presentation, thanked the Joggers and praised their efforts to raise this magnificent sum, which has been of great benefit to a large number of Cancer sufferers and their families and she highlighted the various ways in which the support Group has been able to assist. In conclusion Geraldine stated that the Joggers look forward to continuing the Run and expressed the hope that the great support from the local and wider community will continue in the years ahead.
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Jolly Joggers:
The Jolly Joggers presented €5,000 to the North Monaghan Cancer Treatment Support group on Monday night February 25th 2019. This brings the total funding presented to this organisation by the Joggers to €56,000 during the ten years that they have organised the New Year’s Day Run in Emyvale. This year, as well, a donation has been presented to the local Red Cross, which has provided the necessary medical back-up for the Run on each of the ten years. At the presentation to the Monaghan Cancer Treatment Support, Geraldine McAree, coordinator of the Jolly Joggers, thanked everyone who has supported and/or sponsored the New Year’s Day Run. It takes a large number of volunteers to run an event of this magnitude and she expressed appreciation to all who assisted with the work and a special mention for the members of the Jolly Joggers. Maeve Hackett, who accepted the presentation, thanked the Joggers and praised their efforts to raise this magnificent sum, which has been of great benefit to a large number of Cancer sufferers and their families and she highlighted the various ways in which the support Group has been able to assist. In conclusion Geraldine stated that the Joggers look forward to continuing the Run and expressed the hope that the great support from the local and wider community will continue in the years ahead.