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Keyrings ensure students never forget a class

keyringsThe First Year students of Ennis Community College now have a unique way to check their timetables.

Their year head, Mr O’Rourke in collaboration with art teacher, Miss Mc Dermott, ran a competition to create a logo for each class.

The winning designs were placed on a keyring with their timetable on the reverse. Student in the class each received a keyring.

The competition was judged by the principal Mr Cooke, French teacher Mr Carragher, and two senior students, Linda Gajda and Marzena Malysko.

The winners were John Sweeney for Class Hazel, Maria Torres for Class Elm and Peter Quinn for Class Iris.

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Founder and Editor of The Clare Herald, Mark Dunphy is a native of Connolly in County Clare. Mark also operates Dunphy PR.

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