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Ronan hits all the right notes as he gets set to launch EP

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SUPER-TALENTED Kilcummin singer and musician Ronan Kealy will be taking centre stage this month for the unveiling in Killarney of his EP.

Ronan, who performs under the name Junior Brother, will be launching his EP “F*** Off I Love You” in the INEC Acoustic Club on Saturday, May 21.

The 22-year-old has been writing music since childhood, and began recording and performing under the Junior Brother name five years ago.

Performing a unique, experimental and distinctly Irish style of alternative folk, Ronan’s music has been featured on radio programmes such as Lyric FM’s Blue of the Night, and he has supported acts such as Hothouse Flowers, RSAG and Mark Geary among others.

After gigging on the local scene for many years, Ronan moved to Dublin to study music in the BCFE Rock School. “With the tools and assistance gained from my experience, I recorded and completed the EP at home in Kilcummin,” said Ronan, who is the son of Liam Kealy, manager at The Gleneagle Hotel, and Bridget Kealy, a member of staff at St Oliver’s National School, Killarney.

The EP is currently available to download on iTunes, and can be streamed on Spotify, Amazon, Google Play and other streaming services.

For the launch in the INEC Acoustic Club on May 21, doors open at 8pm, with support on the night by special guest Kieran Mulvihill of Listowel, as well as local talent Peter Njihia.

Tickets will be available at the door, and copies of the EP will be available on the night.

You can see Ronan performing here:

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Photo: Ronan Kealy who will be launching his EP in the INEC Acoustic Club on Saturday, May 21.

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Currow kids go toddling to raise vital funds

  70 toddlers from Currow Play School have become Ireland’s littlest fundraisers as they stepped out to raise vital funds for vulnerable children. They took part in the Barnardos Big Toddle which this year has the theme of ’Community Helpers’. Barnardos currently works with just under 18,000 children and families across Ireland and the funds raised will support Barnardos Early Years […]

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70 toddlers from Currow Play School have become Ireland’s littlest fundraisers as they stepped out to raise vital funds for vulnerable children.

They took part in the Barnardos Big Toddle which this year has the theme of ’Community Helpers’.

Barnardos currently works with just under 18,000 children and families across Ireland and the funds raised will support Barnardos Early Years services.

“This year, Currow Play School turns 25 and we have been taking part in Barnardos Big Toddle since 2006, which is 18 years of toddling in aid of vulnerable children,” Catherine Fleming form Currow Play School said.
“Our toddle is a highlight for the children and the team every year. It’s fantastic to get the little ones involved in something so worthwhile at a young age, it’s always a great day of fun. Barnardos provides a huge number of services in communities across Ireland, but these can only continue with help from the public. The toddle runs throughout June so I would implore anyone with toddlers or wobblers at home to sign up for Barnardos Big Toddle supported by Pipin Pear today.”

Anyone wishing to take part can register today at www.barnardos.ie/bigtoddle.  

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Facials are also suitable for men

  In need of rejuvenation after lockdown or looking for a great gift idea for Father’s Day? All the facials we offer are suitable for both men and women. CACI treatments truly deliver visible results. It’s the equivalent to a good workout in the gym, but for the face. Our gentleman’s CACI facial treatment targets […]

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In need of rejuvenation after lockdown or looking for a great gift idea for Father’s Day? All the facials we offer are suitable for both men and women. CACI treatments truly deliver visible results.

It’s the equivalent to a good workout in the gym, but for the face. Our gentleman’s CACI facial treatment targets the razor bumps, in-grown hairs, and skin impurities. It finishes with a tightening and firming of the muscles resulting in a youthful well defined jawline. Since reopening I have seen a huge uptake on the male facials.

We work with the CACI Synergy system, a medical grade machine which provides you with treatments for acne scarring, dehydrated skin, fine lines and wrinkles, and loose sagging skin. Along with offering the full facial we specialise in the eye revive which is great during these times as the eyes are highlighted.

We also focus on the jowl lift which concentrates on the neck and jawline. A course of treatments is recommended for best results.
 

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“It takes a community to save a life”

  The AED at Daly’s SuperValu on Park Road is available 24 hours a day seven days a week for use in an emergency. Many witnessed the recent Euro 2020 incident in which a player suffered cardiac arrest and was resuscitated using high quality CPR and AED. “Citizens can provide this same intervention by hands […]

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The AED at Daly’s SuperValu on Park Road is available 24 hours a day seven days a week for use in an emergency.

Many witnessed the recent Euro 2020 incident in which a player suffered cardiac arrest and was resuscitated using high quality CPR and AED.

“Citizens can provide this same intervention by hands only CPR and utilising an AED,” Kevin O’Leary from Killarney Cardiac Response Unit (KCRU) said.

“It takes a community to save a life and you can find out how to be part of it by visiting www.killarneycru.ie.”

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