BY SEÁN P. FEENY
DONEGAL students in Dublin recently gave their fellow students a flavour of their native county holding a ‘Donegal Dei’.
The event was organised by Donegal students at Mater Dei Institute of Education, Drumcondra, Dublin in aid of Cancer Care Bus in Donegal.
The event compromised of traditional music alongside a tasting session of Donegal treats from Gallagher’s Bakery in Ardara, the famous Football Special and other soft drinks from McDaid’s in Ramelton, flags and bunting from allsports.ie and prizes from John McGinley travel.
Second-year student, Oisin McLaughlin (Ramelton) said: “This was a hugely planned event and we raised €222 in one lunchtime. It was a great chance for students in Dublin to get a flavour of Donegal culture and all for a great cause.”
See Friday’s edition of the Donegal News for full story.
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