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Lee Strand to distribute over 10,000 homework journals

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LAUNCH: Minister for Education, Norma Foley launches the 2020 Lee Strand Homework Journal pictured with Gearoid Linnane (CEO), Teresa Higgins-Walker (Marketing Manager), and Emma Mulcahy (8) with her sister Lauren (5) from Knocknagashel. Photo: Domnick Walsh

 

Over 10,000 Lee Strand hardback homework journals are being distributed to national school pupils in Kerry and West Limerick once again.

 

Lee Strand was delighted to welcome Norma Foley, Minister for Education, to officially launch the 2020 Lee Strand Homework Journal at the Lee Strand milk plant in Ballymullen, Tralee.

The homework journals are valued at €4.50 each and are printed in full colour with a hardback cover for extra durability in pupils’ school bags. They are filled with lots of interesting and educational material and are printed in English and Irish with over 140 pages. The homework journal includes: a weekly diary where pupils can record their homework each day; a timetable to record classes and activities; a tables book featuring addition, subtraction, multiplication, division; healthy eating tips; Irish culture and heritage; spelling and grammar; teacher and parent note forms, as well as homework tips for pupils and parents. The homework journal also includes lots of Mighty Mikey Milk activities and after school recipes including the popular Lee Strand smoothie and cookie recipe.

“Lee Strand is delighted to offer homework journals to national school pupils in Kerry and West Limerick over the past nine years," Gearoid Linnane, CEO, stated.

"To celebrate Lee Strand’s one hundredth year the homework journal has a special one hundredth year theme for pupils and teachers to enjoy in the classroom. Lee Strand takes great pride in supporting the local community and what better way to support our community than by supporting our local schools with over 10,000 complimentary homework journals. The homework journals are one less expense for parents to incur when their children return to school. We would like to wish pupils, teachers and parents a safe return to school and wish everyone the very best in the academic year ahead.”

Schools can receive further information on the Lee Strand homework journals by contacting Teresa Higgins-Walker, Marketing Manager, Lee Strand on 066 7121084.

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It may be the last few weeks of the holidays but, it is no better time treat yourself to a body detox wrap. This wrap is suitable for males and […]

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It may be the last few weeks of the holidays but, it is no better time treat yourself to a body detox wrap.

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Puck Goat removed from platform in searing heat

Organisers of Puck Fair have taken King Puck down from his platform to protect the wild mountain goat from the heat. Today mark’s day two of the three-day fair in […]

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Organisers of Puck Fair have taken King Puck down from his platform to protect the wild mountain goat from the heat.

Today mark’s day two of the three-day fair in Killorglin town. As part of the fair’s tradition a wild mountain goat presides over the town from his tall platform over the course of the three days.

Organisers employ a dedicated vet to look after the goat and a team of experienced goat handlers are also on duty for the duration of the festival.

There is also a temperature monitoring device on the platform.

As temperatures hit 29 degrees today (Thursday), the vet and handlers decided it was safer for the goat to be removed from the platform for the rest of the day.

“He is currently resting in the shade,” spokesperson Marcella O’Connor told the Killarney Advertiser. “The handlers were monitoring him in case it got too hot, the decision was made to take him down, and the vet says he is happy.”

A decision will be made tomorrow (Friday) on the goat’s return to the platform for the final day of the fair.

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