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The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation held a fantastic exhibition and display at Letterkenny Library, County. Donegal this weekend. The exhibition was visited by local schools, and members of the general public. Also in attendance were members from the Unionist Tradition who paid a visit as part of cross border/community relations and understanding. Before heading to Letterkenny, we arrived in Belfast to meet with our President Mr Pat O’Hagan for dinner, after which we were brought to the Rody McCorley Museum to to pick up some items from our collection there to display in Letterkenny, which included one of Michael Collins’ revolvers , artefacts belonging to Kevin Barry and the Forgotten Ten, and many more. This was a very successful project, and every young person who came through the doors was given a free copy of the Proclamation and an Irish Volunteers pencil for school. Well done to all involved, we were well recieved, well looked after and made to feel very welcome, go raibh maith agat.
The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation will hold an exhibition and display at Letterkenny Library,Co. Donegal,May 10 & 11,2013. May 11 is a Friday and will be an exhibition on the Irish war of Independence for the local schools. May 11,saturday will be open to the public,time ,10 am to 4 pm,all welcome, admission FREE.
Irish Volunteer Members Paul Callery and James Langton visited some schools recently in Dublin,this is a new programme the Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation have developed. Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Callery giving a lecture today on the Irish Volunteers at a school in Finglas, Dublin, firstly to mature students and teachers, then to a leaving cert class of young men. I have to say that his collection on display is a credit to him, and his lecture a pleasure to listen to. I was glad to be a part of this today. Well done Paul.
The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation were present along with hundreds of other at Moore street. Arms Around Moore St today. Our members holding the IVCO Banner outside 16 Moore St with the great grand son of James Connolly, James Connolly Heron.
The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation will have a display and information stand at the Cork city Gaol military show on August 10 and 11, 2013. Please see http://www.corkcitygaol.com
The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation were present at the Nemo Rangers GAA complex in Douglas,Cork city on Saturday,there were several other groups also there,it was a very enjoyable relaxed day and a big thank you to all the people who took the trouble to bring and show the old family heir looms. We met many people who were so happy to share their family history with us and it really was refreshing.
SAVE MOORE STREET APRIL 21 2013