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Cyclists raise over €18,000

A team from Ronan Daly Jermyn joined over 60 cyclists last Autumn to complete a 120km cycle from LoughMahon in Cork city to Kenmare, Co Kerry and in the process raised €18,400 in aid of the Irish Guide Dogs Association and Ringmahon Rangers “Books n Boots” Scheme.

Lord Mayor of Cork, Des Cahill and Olympic Medallist Rob Heffernan were guests of honour at a presentation of the Cycle Challenge proceeds on February 4, 2017.  The cyclists were all employees of LoughMahon based companies including Ronan Daly Jermyn, PM Group, O’Leary Insurances, The Mater Private Cork, Intel Security, SolarWinds and John Cleary Developments.

They came together to raise funds for the Irish Guide Dogs Assistance Dog Programme for families of children with autism, and the Mahon based “Books n Boots” Scheme, a new initiative between Ring Mahon Rangers and the local secondary school, Nagle College which aims to support school going young people in the Mahon area.

Also introduced at the event were plans for the Langton Community Garden project, a new initiative in association with Ringmahon Rangers and the Bessborough Centre to provide a social outlet for local young people and promote awareness of health and nutrition through growing food in a new community fruit and vegetable garden within the grounds of Bessborough.

Pictured L-R:

John Fitzgerald, Ringmahon Rangers AFC; Padraig Mallon, Irish Guide Dogs Association; Keith Harrington, Ringmahon Rangers AFC; Lord Mayor, Des Cahill; Rob Heffernan, Olympic Medallist; Barry McDermott, PM Group; Graham Power, O’Leary Insurances; and Ricky Kelly, Ronan Daly Jermyn.

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