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By: Glenville National School  05/12/2011

The Red Cross

We had a red and white day to raise money for the Haiti fund

This was when everyone was allowed to wear red and white or

The Munster colours for a day. Everyone brought two euro in.

At our next assembly Gerard mc Auliffe from the Red Cross came to thank the school for the collection and Mr O Donnell presented him with a cheque for 417 euro.

By Sharon O’ Leary

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