St Anthony's Brigins honoured for a year of hard work

By Amy Lewis

St Anthony's Brígíns were thrilled to receive their awards.
St Anthony's Brígíns were thrilled to receive their awards.

The St Anthony's Brígíns had their eye on the prize last week when they received badges and awards at their special prizegiving ceremony.

Twenty-five deserving Brígíns received badges in Clonard Community Centre as a result of all of their hard work throughout the year. Four of the girls received prestigious silver awards, while four more were thrilled to get a bronze. Amy Gerraghty from Clonard was flying high when she was presented with the gold award, which is the highest Brígín award there is.

Following the ceremony, the girls celebrated with a party in the centre.

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