Page 12 - The Kerry News 2018
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Photo Highlights from 2018 Photos: Don MacMonagle -
Michael Healy Rae helps Leah Flahive, Leanne O Grady, Rebeckah Crean, Niamh Canty, Faye Mullvihill, Lynn Moriarty, Liam Halpin, Caoimhe O Connell and KDYS Director Tim O’Dono-
    Richard Quigley, RNLI, John Draper, Irish Coast Guard and Jimmy Laide, Kerry Mountain Res- John Kearney, CEO ICRR left with pilot Capt John Murray pictured with Ireland’s first-ever Chari- ghue launch The Ring of Kerry Cycle #teamkdys in the INEC. cue, co-accept the 2018 Hugh O’Flaherty Humanitarian Award for their services to society.
ty Air Ambulance at Kerry Airport.
  Kerry and Donegal Association in Kerry pictured ahead of the Kerry V Donegal League game in Killarney with Sean Gallagher, Chairman, Annette McGrealy-Horgan.
Sister Act were a ‘Holy Show’ with laughter as they took part in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Killarney.
   Kerry Minors win a historic 5-in-a-row All-Ireland championships led by Peter Keane who became the new senior manager.
Donal McLoughlin and Michael O’Connor observe a rotten oak tree that fell near Beaufort following Storm Callum in Kerry.
Mayor of Killarney Municipal District Cllr. John Sheahan launches Pat Falvey’s autobiography ‘Accidental Rebel’ in Killarney.
Members of the Killorglin Mens Shed Choir led by Myles O’Brien who performed at the St. Mary of the Angles Beaufort 50th celebrations.
Niamh O’Shea, Chairperson, Kerry Branch IHF campaigning with Ross Hotel and Killarney Park Hotel for the retention of the VAT rate.
Jarvey Jason McCarthy cools down his horse ‘Cooper’ from the high temperature in glorious sunshine at Ross Castle, Killarney.
Frank Lewis, Chairman, Sean Lyons, Tralee, Miriam McGillycuddy, Tralee, Prof Joseph Stobal, Professor of Storytelling in University of South Wales and Sneem legendary storyteller Batt Burns share their humourous stories at the ‘Storied Kerry’ Meitheal Consultation Conference.
Emma Mhic Mhathuna pictured near her home in Ballydavid in West Kerry on the day she went public about her cervical cancer.
      Dr Crokes capt John Payne celebrates with father Bobby and teamates af- ter they beat Dingle to win three-in-a-row Kerry County Championships.

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