ECDL Certifcates
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The following 12 people were awarded their ECDL certificates from Maigh Éo Teic: Graham Biggs, Anne Burns, Grainne Kelly, Lisa Moran, Maura Moran Oisin Moran, Margaret OGrady, Brigid OLeary, John F. OMalley, Aoife OToole, Jane OToole, Nessa Scully. Through the co-ordinated efforts of several agencies: Department of Islands & Gaeltacht, Cliara Development, Mayo VEC, Southwest Mayo Development and Meitheal Mhaigh Éo Teó this was the first ECDL course to be delivered on the island. Group pictured in Clare Island Community Centre after they were presented with their ECDL certificates by Minister Mary Coughlan, Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands, during her visit to the Island, front from left: Dympna McDonagh (Meitheal Mhaigh Éo Teó/Maigh Éo Teic), Mary Moran (accepting for Lisa Moran), Grainne Kelly, Minister Mary Couglan, TD, Margaret OGrady, Brigid OLeary. At back from left: Jane OToole (also accepting for daughter, Aoife), Senator Frank Chambers, Oisin Moran, Donal OShea (Cliara Development), Kathy Gallagher (Cliara Development), Justin Sammon (Meitheal Mhaigh Éo Teó), Philomena OMalley (accepting for Graham Biggs), Aine Egan (Southwest Mayo Development Co), Pat Moran (accepting for Maura Moran), Anne Burns, Eileen McNamara (Meitheal Mhaigh Éo Teo/Maigh Éo Teic), Cllr. Peter Sweeney (Louisburgh). Photo Michael Donnelly