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Friday, November 28, 2014

National Public Speaking Project 2012-13 Final

Congratulations to the winners of the
32nd National Public Speaking Project :
 

Colaiste Eoin, Hacketstown, Co. Carlow

 

 Winners

L-R: Liz Farrell (Tutor), Andrew Byrne, Brian Glanville (MHI Chairman), Andrew Clarke, Shauna Donegan and Lorna Kinch. 

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L-R: Andrew Byrne, Lorna Kinch, Andrew Clarke, Shauna Donegan, Liz Farrell (Tutor), Pauline Egan (Principal) and Brian Glanville (MHI Chairman). 

 More photos from the day can be found here.

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