Bantry Bay Lions Club Community Awards

Posted on: 6th October, 2014

Category: News

Contributor: West Cork People

The Bantry Lions Club will present its annual Community Awards in conjunction with its Charter Night Dinner and Dance at the Westlodge Hotel, Bantry on November 14 at on 7.30pm.

The Lions Club aims to recognise the work being done on a voluntary basis by members of our community and to honour the people who make our community a better place within which to live.

This is the third year of the Bantry Bay Lions Club Community Awards and the support of the public is being sought in order to make it another success.

Nominations are invited from any member of the public — for an individual, group, or young person (18 and under). The criteria are that by the nature of their efforts, they have strived to make a contribution to the local community and have enhanced the lives of others. Please feel free to nominate someone that you know who deserves to be recognised.

An independent judging panel will decide the Community Award winners in 2014. Tickets are €35 and can be purchased in advance from Marion Rouse at 086-2416508.

The nomination forms are available in the following locations: Bantry Library, Bridge Street; Bantry Garda Station, The Quay; Citizens Information, Wolfe Tone Square; Allied Irish Banks, Bantry; Bantry Credit Union; The Outlet Stationary Store; Bantry Post Office; Durrus Post Office; Dr. Cotter’s Surgery, Bantry; Casey’s Garage, Bantry; The Marino Medical Centre; O’Shea’s Insurance Broker.

The closing date for applications is Friday, October 21, 2014.

Completed nomination forms can be dropped off at the office of West Cork Development Partnership, Main Street, Bantry.

Further information can be accessed from the website www.bantrybaylions.com and the nomination form can also be downloaded from the website. Phone enquiries can be made to Mary O’Regan-Barsum at 086-2363344 or Marion Rouse at 086-2416508.

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