At least 40 persons who completed a one-day Ebola Awareness Seminar at the St. Paul Bridge Elementary School Thursday, September 25, in Monrovia have been asked to become foot soldiers in the dissemination of preventive information in their communities.The program was held by the Liberian Women & Children, Welfare, Teenage Mothers and Assistance Program, (LICWETMAP), with support from Health Promotion Montserrado County Ebola Response Team at the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare.The lead facilitator, J. Leahown Tokpa, assisted by Ms. Flourish Kanue and Ms. Wubue Ford, provided the gathering video presentations of the Ebola virus, its transmission and prevention and dispelled negative information associated with the fight against Ebola.“We must fight against Ebola infection,” Coordinator Tokpa told the participants, drawn from both Zuma and Zinc Camp communities, near St. Paul Bridge, “because that will ensure that others don’t get infected.”The interactive discussion allowed the full participations of both men and women, in both questions and answers.Tokpa said there has been misinformation about the Ebola Virus on its prevention and infection, and urged them to be aware of information sanctioned by the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare and partners.“Ordinary soap and water are all you need to wash your hands against the Ebola Virus infection,” he said.He explained that the constant washing of hands is the most effective weapon to defeat the Ebola virus infection.He urged them to go to their communities with the information they have acquired and become ambassadors of change.Additionally, facilitator Flourish Kanue gave practical application of the mixer of Chlora and Chlorine in their proper proportion for hands and areas at home. She said improper mixtures of Chlora and Chlorine could present difficulties in the future.Meanwhile, LICWETMAP Executive Director Nancy Stewart-Bropleh encouraged the participants to take the information to their various homes in their communities and fight the deadly virus.She expressed appreciation to their responses as well as to the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare for responding to her organization’s request to help educate representatives of the two communities.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Many Liberians now fear the worst in the fight against Ebola in the wake of what they saw as a blatant violation of preventive measures by Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) partisans who rallied in the thousands in Monrovia last Friday for their Senatorial candidate George Manneh Weah.Throngs of CDC partisans brought the capital and its suburbs to a complete standstill as they converged from all parts of greater Monrovia on foot or jam packed in vehicles to get to their party headquarters in Congo Town.The scene of masses of CDCians surging together along several streets of Monrovia and moving en masse to their destination left observers in total bewilderment as to who could be responsible for this outright defiance of Ebola prevention measures just when Liberia is gaining the upper hand against the deadly virus which has killed thousands in the past nine months.The marchers in their euphoria appeared unperturbed by any Ebola risk as they paraded or rode shoulder to shoulder, singing party songs and others chanting obscene slogans about one of Weah’s challengers.It appears that elections decision makers have of late thought it expedient to prioritize people’s political aspirations under the guise of fulfilling constitutional provisions and desert the Ebola battlefield even if for a brief period that could turn out to be a costly gamble.Inspite of the still volatilehealth crisis facing the country, the government of Liberia, through the National Elections Commission (NEC), decided to conduct, with all the trappings, the special senatorial elections which, according to the Constitution should have been held in October but had been rescheduled for December 16, 2014.The NEC’s decision was against the objections of many Liberians both at home and in the diaspora and some eminent non-citizens who thought that the country should keep its focus on the fight against the still lethal epidemic. NEC, declaring that it had the consensus of all major stakeholders, political parties and their candidates, subsequently announced that campaign activities would begin last Thursday November 20. The campaign exercises have since begun, though with huge public objection.Ebola is transmitted through physical contact with an infected person or getting contaminated with body fluids from a victim.The threats that the electoral process, especially the campaign, pose to the fight against the deadly EVD was clearly exhibited last Friday when CDC,the largest opposition party, headed by football icon Weah, who is also the party’s senatorial candidate for Montserrado County, launched its campaign.CDC took advantage of this “loop-hole” again to show its political strength numerically. Monrovia was indeed a scene of complete craziness on Friday with huge and uncontrollable crowds everywhere dancing and chanting party slogans with sweat – one of the means of Ebola transmission – streaming down their bodies.At the party headquarters where a general rally was being held, there was again, massive and intense physical contact, as thousands of partisans rubbed against one another, dancing and shouting slogans and even profane language.The massive crowd which marched to the CDC from all parts of greater Monrovia including Red-Light, Duala, New Kru Town and West Point, found themselves having to get back home most of them on foot. Traffic was blocked everywhere for hours throughout the day and well into the night, and some people driving homeward from central Monrovia through Sinkor late afternoon took over four hours before passing the CDC Congo Town headquarters. Some CDCians trekking home on foot taunted those stuck in traffic. “Yor will sleep in yor cars tonight,” they shouted.Many people who observed the CDC rally, including some CDCians, were bewildered, asking whether Liberians have already forgotten about the Ebola virus.One by-stander said: “The adherence to the Ebola preventive measures is being practically violated here. This is happening all because someone wants power and this seems selfish to me because I don’t know why I would endanger the lives of the people I say I love all because I want political power.”He then asked this rhetorical question, “If the people get infected with the Ebola virus and God forbid, they die, how they will vote for you? This situation is really puzzling me because I just can’t comprehend what is happening here. We Liberians are very quick to forget.“We were all crying just yesterday, calling on the international community to come and help us. They came and by the grace of God things started improving, but look here my brother.Do we really care for our lives?”A health practitioner, George Gontee, 34, said “This political rally we are seeing here is ignoring all the preventive measures that the health experts have told us to follow in this fight against Ebola in the country. With what I see here today, if we are not careful there will be an upsurge in cases again in the next few months. There is no need for this at all in this country.”Mr. Gontee noted that the international community is sitting and looking at what Liberians are doing. “I don’t know whether when we have a resurgence in cases we will be calling on the international community again? This for me is complete stupidity.”Another, who considers himself a concerned Liberian, William Sumo, said “the success we have had in this Ebola fight now appears to be a different story as Liberians blatantly disregard all in the name of fulfilling constitutional provisions and adhering to democratic tenets. In my personal opinion, the lives of the Liberian people are now at a greater risk with this rally today.”Mr. Sumo continued, “What can we learn from our neighbors? Look at what is happening in Guinea and Sierra Leone. From the initial stage, they were saying that they were having a reduction in cases, but look at what has been happening in recent weeks. Those two countries have had a resurgence of Ebola while we have been seeing a reduction. But what I’m seeing here today, I’m afraid for the worst.Meanwhile, the fear and hopelessness that gripped Liberians during the height of the Ebola crisis when the virus claimed several thousand lives, is seen to be dissipating (going away) with reports of a significant reduction in infections.Inspite of this, many health experts have warned against complacency, admonishing that people continue to obey the preventive measures that have yielded the huge success in beating back the virus. But this significant success in the battle against the deadly virus may have been dealt a major blowif this new trend of political eventsas that staged by the CDC last Friday continues.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Mr. Rank needs help to seek urgent medical treatment abroad.Amos L. Rank, a tailor who has been visually-impaired for almost eight years, has appealed to well-meaning Liberians and humanitarian entities to financially come to his aid to seek advanced medical treatment abroad.Mr. Rank told this newspaper that attempts to seek medical treatment at various medical institutions in the country have failed and was therefore left with no other alternative, but to seek for advanced treatment.Rank said he has sold all his properties in a bid to raise funds to seek medical treatment, but the effort has proved fruitless as his ailing condition needs a professional eye doctor to handle out of the country.He also said several doctors in the country have told him that the current condition of his eye cannot easily be treated in any hospital in the country.He also said some of the country’s best doctors have advised him to seek medical treatment either in Guinea, Ghana or the United States.Some time ago, he said he met a Canadian female medical doctor at the ELWA Hospital, who advised him to seek medical treatment at hospitals in Conakry, Guinea.At present, he is unable to perform his regular tailoring work, and as a result, has become financially unable to survive.“I have spent all that I have worked for over the years to foot my medical bill at the various hospitals in our country, and my eye condition remains the same,” he cried.Mr. Rank said that due to current challenges with his eyes, his economic conditions are declining, and so he needs assistance to seek treatment abroad.A few months ago, Rank said he made an effort to seek audience with President George Weah to ask him for help, but it was not possible due to protocols associated with seeing the President.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Now that the dust has settled after the Christmas season, the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTY&SC) have declared that their two seasonal activities have been resounding successes.The Sports Club over the period December 10-28, 2018 gathered the members of a whopping 10 teams and were involved in several major activities to make a positive difference during the festive season. The teams were under the supervision of Assistant Secretary/ CEO Simon Naidu, who organised the fourth Annual Christmas Village and the 28th Annual Christmas Charity Programme.The Christmas Village was hosted from December 21 to 24, in the Rose Hall Town Primary School Ground. With the 10 cricket teams on board, the playersYoung cricketers of the RHTY&SC take a photo opportunity with several children who received toys and educational materialstransformed the entire compound of the School into a dreamland for the excited 8000 children and adults who visited the Village over its four-day duration. The Village included attractions such as Nativity scenes, a 20- foot Christmas tree, a Christmas Chimney, Christmas Star, Santa and his Sleigh, the Christmas Home, 15 large inflatable Christmas characters, outdoor tents, computer games, horror house, children games, photo studio, bouncy castles and trampolines.Naidu stated that the objectives of the Village were to promote the true traditions of Christmas, stimulating social cohesion, attracting visitors to Guyana’s smallest township and providing a safe environment for families.The 2018 Christmas Village was hosted to the tune of $1.5 million (provided by the Club) and was made possible with the assistance of the National Milling Company, J’s Printery, Peter Lewis, Associated Construction Services, Donna Charran and Family, Mrs Lucille George, Sarah Chinsammy, the Nero Family, Lindon Lewis, Pastor Ravi Singh, Errol Hendrax, Dr Tulsi Dyal Singh, Brian Ramphal, and KSM Investments.On the other hand, the 28th Annual Christmas Charity Programme’s main objective was to make the festive season brighter for the less fortunate, single-parent households and children. The multimillion-dollar initiative involved the distribution of 4000 toys, 300 food hampers, educational materials, clocks, personal care products, vitamins, clothing, wheel chairs, umbrellas, household items and sports gears to children, families and NGOs. Among those receivingA section of the Christmas House within the Christmas Village3donations from the cricket teams were the Williamsburg Lutheran church, Sharon Congregational Church, the New Amsterdam Prison Service, Corriverton Anglican Church, Rose Hall Town Wesleyan Church, Berbice Cricket Umpires Association, senior citizens homes, and orphanages.In addition to this, the cricketers also provided breakfast and refreshments to hundreds of pensioners as they waited to uplift their monthly Old Age Pension. Hundreds of elderly citizens were provided with a desk clock as a special gift while school age children received school books, pencils, pens, sharpeners, erasers, vitamins and a bag of goodies.The RHTY&SC have expressed gratitude to the Ministry of the Presidency, Office of the Prime Minister, President Granger, Guyana National Newspapers Limited, Power Producers & Distributors, KSM Investments, ANSA McAL Trading, Bissan Trading, HA Snacks, Sueria Manufacturing, Factory Price, Food For The Poor, Mike’s Pharmacy, Dr Tulsi Dyal Singh, Brian Ramphal, Busta, Starr Computers, Toucan Industries, Farfan & Mendes Ltd, Bounty Farm Ltd, WR Enterprise, AM Khan, F &H Printery, Sentinel Security, Colin Elcock, Delmur Shipping, LOTTO, V Net Communication, Regal Enterprise, Canadian Surplus, Universal DVD, Len’s Craft, Anil Beharry, Kishon Sarwan, the Gift Centre, Chief Brand, Sterling Products, Cirkel Distributors and the Office of the First Lady for their continued contributions to the Club’s success.
The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) is accusing President David Granger of ignoring the plight of sugar workers and snubbing them when it comes to improved wages and salaries in addition to improved standards of living. “The apparent snub by the President as he ignores the cries, plight and circumstances of our nation’s sugar workers represents another slap in the face of the hard-working and dedicated employees of the industry. It is simply saddening and upsetting when one considers the treatment of the workers during the life of the current Administration. It is a far cry from the embrace they would have received prior to the incumbent Administration taking office,” the GAWU said in a statement.GAWU’s statement came following a petition it sent to President Granger calling for an improvement in the pay package offered to the nation’s sugar workers. The petition, which was supported by some 3500 workers, has called on the President to recognise the plight of the workers who have been severely hard-pressed by the contemporary realities of life. GAWU said that the petition was probably one of the most subscribed petitions ever received by the President or any President for that matter.“It, undoubtedly, in our view, should have attracted profound contemplation and serious consideration of the expressions. This, however, it appears was not the case and rather a robotic, stereotype response was provided,” GAWU noted.President Granger, via a letter dated October 4, responded to GAWU’s petition. The President’s response, which reached the GAWU on October 10 – almost a week after his correspondence is dated, informed that the petition has been forwarded to the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo). While the President did not share the rationale for his actions, he said he awaited advice from the Corporation on the way forward.“The response of the President is hardly what the workers wanted to hear especially taking account of the situation they and their family face. Certainly, the sugar workers were hopeful that the President would have displayed decisive leadership and, through his influence, ensure that their pay was improved for the first time in the life of his Administration.“This appears not to be the case and there is little hope that the Corporation would provide a positive indicator to the Administration on the matter unless there is a clear mandate from the powers-that-be. Of course, the Administration has already signalled publicly that workers of the State would be benefitting from pay rises and the continued exclusion of the sugar workers could only be seen as discriminatory,” the statement explained.The GAWU has pointed out, on several occasions, how far the earnings of sugar workers have fallen in recent times.
And not surprisingly, Nancy constantly creeps into his consciousness. An entry noting his wedding anniversary described their marriage as “29 years of more happiness than any man could rightly deserve.” Another candidly recalled Mrs. Reagan’s return to the White House after a long trip and “a race” between the president and dog Rex to be the first one to greet her. “Personally, I believe it is the strongest love affair ever written from the White House,” Blackwood said. When Nancy Reagan was away on her frequent “Just Say No” anti-drug crusades, Reagan wrote in his diary about going “upstairs to a lonely old house.” When she returned to the White House after her mastectomy, Reagan wrote: “Rex is happy. So am I.” “We didn’t like being apart. In the White House, it is a lonely place,” Nancy Reagan said in an interview videotaped last week for Monday’s “Good Morning America.” As for the diaries, “I can hear him, see him; it’s just Ronnie.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The turbulent sweep of the White House years provides unvarnished details of acrimonious moments with his kids – “Insanity is hereditary you catch it from your kids” – optimism after meeting Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev (he refers to him as Gorby) and fears of war in the Middle East – “Sometimes I wonder if we are destined to witness Armageddon.” Reagan wrote of the 1986 explosion of the space shuttle Challenger (“A day we’ll remember for the rest of our lives”) and the 1981 assassination of Egyptian leader Anwar Sadat (“He was truly a great man, a kind man with warmth and humor”). “Many times when books by historians or authors or journalists are out, it’s their take. This is the president writing. No spin. No agenda,” library executive director Duke Blackwood said. The Reagan Library Foundation partnered with HarperCollins Publishers to print the diaries, described as the most detailed presidential record in American history. Few presidents since John Adams kept personal diaries, and the Reagan diaries certify the nation’s 40th chief executive as one of the most prolific writers ever in the Oval Office. The entries reveal a spare writing style that gives a concise sensibility into the private thoughts of the man known as the Great Communicator. SIMI VALLEY – God, family and country leap from the pages in the just-released diaries of former President Ronald Reagan, but the cover-to-cover theme in Reagan’s writings from the world stage is his wife, Nancy. The 784-page “The Reagan Diaries,” edited by Douglas Brinkley, made its debut Monday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, a day before the $35 book’s national release. Nancy Reagan placed two of her late husband’s five maroon, leather-bound diaries in a display case. Reagan wrote diary notations each night for his eight years as one of the 20th century’s most popular presidents, with the exception of a few days after he was shot by John Hinckley Jr. – “Getting shot hurts,” he wrote. On Jan. 19, 1989, Reagan wrote simply: “Tomorrow I stop being President.”
Charlton dramatically rescued a point with a stoppage-time equaliser in a 2-2 draw at home to London rivals Fulham.In what was a strangely uncompetitive affair until the final 10 minutes between two teams bereft of confidence, Fulham appeared destined for victory after taking the lead through goals from Ryan Tunnicliffe and Ross McCormack.However, Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson, on as a substitute, inspired an unlikely comeback by scoring with his first touch before Jordan Cousins headed home their second.The shared points will do little to ease the pressure that had been building on either manager.Fulham’s Kit Symons knows his team are expected to improve on their present position of 13th while opposite number Guy Luzon knows Charlton should be more than two points above the bottom three.A decade ago Charlton against Fulham represented a Premier League fixture between two promising teams but on Sunday it was a match-up of two Sky Bet Championship sides in need of an identity.There is little question each hope to return to the Premier League in the near future but what is less clear is how realistic that ambition actually is. As they had 12 months ago, Charlton began this season encouragingly but they have since lost five of their last seven.Fulham are similarly unpredictable. Two games ago they defeated QPR 4-0 but a 3-0 home defeat by Wolves four days later had left them demoralised.Had Charlton’s Conor McAleny converted the gilt-edged first-minute chance that came his way, therefore, Fulham’s heads would again have dropped and the home team could perhaps have capitalised by earning a convincing victory.Instead, despite both time and space following Cousins’ superb pass, the forward, on loan from Everton, somehow managed to send his shot wide of the left-hand post.Fulham’s greatest threat early on had come from distance when both Jazz Richards and Jamie O’Hara, playing as though aware of goalkeeper Nick Pope’s error-prone form, attempted to score from midfield.Richards’ shot was heading towards the top-left corner, where Pope unconvincingly saved, and the goalkeeper tipped O’Hara’s effort around the post.Perhaps inevitably, though, another costly mistake gifted the visitors the lead. Fumbling McCormack’s 32nd-minute free-kick, Pope spilled the ball to Tunnicliffe who tapped in with ease in front of goal.Their second, in the 59th minute, also came after a touch of good fortune. Charlton remained static as Tunnicliffe sent a left-wing cross towards the lively McCormack. His control deserting him, the forward sent the ball yards ahead of him but was still able to reach it first before impressively shooting first time with his left foot across the area and beyond Pope into the bottom-right corner.Jackson, one of the few survivors from Chris Powell’s reign before Roland Duchatelet’s January 2014 takeover, scored with a header from Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s 81st-minute corner and Charlton responded with greater intensity.Chances came at both ends in the closing stages before, in stoppage time, Cousins read Karlan Ahearne-Grant’s left-wing cross to powerfully head beyond Andrew Lonergan from close range in stoppage-time to seal a 2-2 draw 1
A young man and his girlfriend agreed to give their relationship another go just minutes before she was killed in a horrific car crash.Tragic Kym Harley died close to her home in Ballybofey, Co Donegal on October 14th, 2014. Her former boyfriend Gary O’Donnell today went on trial charged with dangerous driving causing the death of Ms Harley, who had just turned 19 years when she died.She was a daughter of well-known local Fine Gael county councillor and publican Martin Harley and his wife Denise.Mr O’Donnell, now aged 22 and from Steeple View, Dunwiley, Stranorlar, has pleaded not guilty after appearing before Letterkenny Circuit Court.He claims that on the night he swerved to avoid two dogs, a black labrador and a beagle, and then lost control of his Nissan Almera car at around 4.15am at Dreenan, Ballybofey.The court heard that the car struck a ditch and then flipped on its roof before it slid for a distance.A video of the scene and pictures were played and handed into the court.In his statement to Gardai, Mr O’Donnell said he had reached over to Kym but she was not in the car.He got out of the car, could not find Kym near the ditch but eventually found her trapped under the bonnet of the car.He said he knew she was dead and ran up to some nearby houses and began banging on doors to get some help.A local doctor Padraic Mitchell was one of those on the scene quickly and he said that Mr O’Donnell was very agitated and was in a distressed condition and kept saying that Ms Harley was dead.Another local woman told how she brought rosary beads and holy water to the scene of the crash.Mr O’Donnell revealed in his statement how himself and Kym had been dating for a year and a half but had broken up for two weeks before the tragedy.On the night before the accident they had been together and had enjoyed a Chinese takeaway in her house before he left and returned home to his own house but Kym said she wanted to see him later.At 2am the following morning he texted her and she called him around 3am and he collected her and they drove to a place called Trusk Lough where they chatted and apologised to eachother for all that had gone on in the past.Mr O’Donnell then said they had agreed to give their relationship another try.Garda Damian Mulkearns told the court that he had examined the 2003 Nissan Almera car being driven by O’Donnell on the night.He said it upon inspection that the car was in generally good condition.Garda Sinead Kelly also interviewed Mr O’Donnell in relation to the crash.She put it to him that that forensic investigators had calculated that the fastest speed which the bend could be taken safely at was 75.3kph or 46.7mph.Mr O’Donnell replied that he did not think he as driving fast on the road which was governed by a 30mph speed limit.He added that he did not think he was driving hard or erratically saying that it was “all a blur.”“I honesty don’t think I was driving hard. I might have broken 30mph but I dont think I was doing serious speed,” he said.The case continues tomorrow.Couple agreed to give relationship another go just minutes before young woman’s death was last modified: December 14th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Ballybofeydangerous drivingdeathGary O’DonnellKym Harley
NEW ERA ALTERED Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Although France eventually prevailed by beating Croatia 4-2 in Moscow, there were several stars who stood out for their country across the month-long football bonanza.As always, FIFA handed out their individual awards with Luka Modric taking home the Golden Ball, while former Tottenham Hotspur teammate Harry Kane was rewarded for his early goalscoring form by taking home the Golden Boot.The team of the tournament gives recognition to those who sometimes slip under the radar as the unsung heroes of a World Cup. highlights 1 predicted who plays? possible xi How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence However, a leaked version of this year’s team has surprised quite a few people.Scroll down to see who is rumoured to make the 2018 FIFA World Cup team of the tournament. GK – Hugo Lloris RB – Kieran Trippier CB – Dejan Lovren Varane was crucial in France’s World Cup win LB – Ashley Young CM – Paulinho CM – Luka Modric LW – Eden Hazard RW – Antoine Griezmann CAM – Neymar Mbappe was one of the stand-out players at this summer’s World Cup and, in 10 years time, the fee PSG paid could be seen as a solid investment more than anything else The World Cup XI If the official FIFA World Cup team of the tournament looks anything like this, things could get interesting…The World Cup is officially over, and what a month it was.With just one goalless draw, VAR drama at every corner and upsets everywhere, it was one of the best major tournaments of recent years. How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? gameday Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Latest Football news Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener smart causal How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more France were crowned as World Cup winners in Moscow How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play?
ANTIA MARTIN WRITES: I thought Donegal Daily readers might like these fabulous snaps I caught today.The first four are from Carrickfinn Beach in Annagry this afternoon and the last three are from Barnesmore Gap outside Ballybofey this morning. Little pieces of heaven right here on our doorstep!Like! WOW! ANITA’S PICTURES OF DONEGAL’S ‘LITTLE PIECES OF HEAVEN’ was last modified: April 21st, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Ballybofeycarrickfindonegalpictures