Would you like to be in with a chance to win up to €2,500?

Would you like to be in with a chance to win up to €2,500?

Would you like to be in with the chance to win up to €2,500? November 9th could you be your chance.

Scoil Mhuire Maigh Cuilinn have been waiting for suitable school in the village for years and on the 9th of November they will be holding an event in the Galmont in order to raise funds for the school. This event will give someone the chance to win up to €2,500 on the night.

The following is a statement the school have given about their current problems with the building and the reason they are looking for a better school.

“As everyone knows, prefabs are not the solution to long-term school needs. This is true in the case of Scoil Mhuire, where 146 children out of almost 400 children are learning there formal education out of unsatisfactory prefabs.

“It’s clear the buildings throughout the school are in bad condition and due to this we will be hold an event “20K Drop” in the Galmont on the 9th November where the money raised will be used towards building a new school.”

“This will be Scoil Mhuire Moycullen’s Biggest Ever fundraising event – The “20K Drop”.

“This thrilling gameshow event is sure to be an unmissable and unforgettable evening for all. 8 audience members picked at random will have the chance to win €2,500 in cash.”

Tickets can be purchased by ringing the school on 091 555454, on the Facebook Page “Cairde Scoil Mhuire Nua, on Twitter @SMoycullen or from Colm on 087 6497012.

All are welcome to purchase tickets and to attend on the night. It could be you be that is chosen on the night to be in with the chance to win €2,500.

Here is a video of what the night will entail.

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