Transition Year Fashion Show At Pobalscoil Na Tríonóide Eochaill

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Transition Year teachers and students  graced the catwalk on Friday night the 27th November 2009 in aid of the Young Scientists Awards, the Emer Casey Foundation and Muscular Dystrophy Ireland.
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MichaelHussey     Email:news@youghalonline.com

Pobalscoil Na Trionoide Fashion Show 2009

Pobalscoil Na Tríonóide Fashion Show 2009

There were seventy two Transition Year students each taking part in staging the event-from modelling, ticket sales, stage design, advertising, photography,video etc. Clothes were modelled from eight local retail stores Helens, Danelles, Nevilles, Flavins Sportswear, Genesis, Touch of Class, South Beach and Amore Bridalwear.

Model Teachers

Model Teachers

Vouchers were kindly donated for raffle sales on the night by businesses such as Jack O Patsy, Nevilles, Danelles, Sports and Leisure and Super-Valu. The Young Scientist Awards will take place at the RDS in January 2010. Pobalscoil Na Trionoide are proud to have three teams selected to represent the school at national event. The Science Department who have supported, encouraged and guided the teams will travel with the teams to Dublin for the four day event.

A portion of the proceeds raised will be allocated to part fund the expenses incurred as all Transition Year Students will travel to support the teams. The two charities chosen by the Transition Year Students are the Emer Casey Foundation and Muscular Dystrophy Ireland. Both have a dear place in our hearts and every effort will be greatly appreciated. The Fashion Show commenced at 8pm and was a night filled with fun, glamour and entertainment. Cork Rose Amy Moran compered the show.
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  1. It was very obvious all the hard work that went in to putting this night together. Well done to Jeni Dorrian Lee, Head of Transition year, the staff and all the students and models that participated. It was a fabulous night from the style on show to the entertainment during the breaks. In particular the student who perfomed the dance moves to Michael Jackson’s ‘ Smooth Criminal’ WOW!
    Off to the shops now to see if there’s anything left….!