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Proud mother gives Limerick GAA club the gift of life

first_img TAGSAbbey SarsfieldsAnn BolandChristy McInerneyDavid Bolanddefibrillatorhurlinglimerick Ann Boland presenting the defibrillator to Abbey Sarsfields Chairman Christy McInerney.Photo: Shane McGrathCORBALLY residents received a very special Christmas gift this year in memory of a very special person when Ann Boland presented a defibrillator to Abbey Sarsfields GAA Club in memory of her late son, David, who played hurling with the club.Ann holds several events every year to raise funds for the purchase of defibrillators and then donates them across the city to worthy causes.“Donating defibrillators is a great way to remember my son every year, and highlights the importance and need to have defibrillators in local communities, I was delighted this year to donate a defibrillator to our local GAA club, she explained”.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The club intends to place the new defibrillator in a central location, making it available to the community.Expressing the club’s thanks for the donation, Abbey Sarsfields chairman Christy McInerney said they plans to run a course in the coming months to certify users, and this will be open to the public.More community news here  Irish Water making a mockery of Limerick householders WhatsApp NewsCommunityProud mother gives Limerick GAA club the gift of lifeBy Editor – January 7, 2018 5938 Email Previous articleLimerick families benefitting from cuts in drug and prescription chargesNext articleVeteran peace activist leads march on Shannon airport Editor RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Printcenter_img Plan to provide funding for residential estates in Limerick Meeting to discuss setting up a Community First Responder Group to take place in Adare Limerick GAA Club Notes Twitter Advertisement Limerick homeowners told ‘pay property tax or else’ Facebook Limerick campaign for Corbally community centrelast_img read more