Anyone who has been following her blog about beating cancer will know that Eileen Rushe is a brave lady.
They will also know that she is a very caring person. From her ward in St. Luke’s Cancer hospital in Dublin she was encouraging the nurses in their industrial action earlier this year.
Now she is organising an event to raise funds for her two favourite charities, the Gary KellyCentre and Aoibheann’s Pink Tie.
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Eileen got the all clear in June from Cervical Cancer and she is so grateful that she is organising a school reunion for those who attended Laytown National School in the 80’s and 90’s.
The event is happening on October 18th in the Village Hotel and tickets are just €12 each available at the hotel and direct from Eileen on 087 7207 632.
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