DO you know an outstanding young Donegal person between the age of 18 to 40 who you think deserves recognition for their achievements?
DESPITE being blind in one eye, partially sighted in the other and having a number of ‘disabilities’, a young Letterkenny man has defied all the odds.
UP TO 150 of the brightest and most affluent young people from around Ireland and abroad are coming to Donegal for a major three-day conference.
ON Monday evening, at the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Donegal Friendly Business Awards in the Silver Tassie Hotel, Patrick Gildea Hairdressing won the 2015 JCI Donegal Friendly Business Award.
THE past seven or eight days have been action-packed for The Fighter Nikki Bradley with various events all happening simultaneously.
OVER the past week Nikki spoke at the JCI Donegal event Aspire to Inspire and also attended the launch of Donegal’s Darkness Into Light events.
FIVE inspirational speakers will give a talk at a special event in Letterkenny tomorrow (Saturday) evening which is designed to motivate Donegal people of all ages into having a ‘different sense of perspective’.
DONEGAL members stress the benefits of joining Junior Chamber Ireland.
FOLLOWING a scare on New Year’s Eve, The Fighter Nikki Bradley shows her appreciation for emergency service workers.
JUNIOR Chamber International (JCI) Donegal have secured a bid to host the JCI Ireland National Convention in Donegal in October.