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The Southern Hospice Dinner Dance Committee have raised the fantastic amount of £22,000 after their 48th Annual Hospice Gala Ball in March. There was a full house in the Canal Court Hotel & Spa when guests danced the night away to live music provided by the fabulous ‘Motown Sensations’ and arrival music by the talented Bill Finnegan from the Saxophone Lounge.

Pictured are some of the Dance Committee members handing over a cheque to Liz Cuddy, CEO Southern Area Hospice.  Photographed from left to right: B/R - Grainne Mulgrew, Southern Area Hospice, David Buchanan, Lisa Mulkerns, Maura Cranley, Mairead McLoughlin, Patricia Freeman F/R – Geraldine Loughran, Chairperson of the Dance Committee, Liz Cuddy, CEO Southern Area Hospice and Irene Holland.
Pictured are some of the Dance Committee members handing over a cheque to Liz Cuddy, CEO Southern Area Hospice. Photographed from left to right: B/R - Grainne Mulgrew, Southern Area Hospice, David Buchanan, Lisa Mulkerns, Maura Cranley, Mairead McLoughlin, Patricia Freeman F/R – Geraldine Loughran, Chairperson of the Dance Committee, Liz Cuddy, CEO Southern Area Hospice and Irene Holland.

Geraldine Loughran, Chairperson of the Hospice Dance Committee said: “We are honored to be presenting a cheque to Southern Area Hospice for £22,000 from this year’s dance.  It would not have been possible without the help and support from our Main Sponsor Around Noon, all those who donated raffle and auction prizes and of course to everyone who attended on the night.  We would also like to thank the businesses and individuals who gave of their time also in making the night a success.  It takes over £7k per day to run our local Hospice and we are delighted to be able to help such a wonderful organisation”.

On the night, patrons enjoyed a fabulous raffle, auction and enjoyed having their photo taken at the Flip Events Magic Mirror photo-booth.  This event has been extremely well supported each year by the local community and we look forward to welcoming everyone again in 2019.

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