At the cheque presentation to St. Michael’s Centre in Trim were:- Jordan Metcalfe, Dylan Halpenny, Eoin O’Flynn, marketing manager, Flogas Ireland; Liz Califf, Flogas Ireland, principal Fergal Fitzpatrick, Sean Leddy, Caroline Leddy, Flogas Ireland; Darragh Phelan, vice-principal Brid Gorry, Temitope Omojola and teacher Cynthia Patton.
Flogas staff members Caroline Leddy and Liz Califf once again organised the company’s annual ‘Light It Up Blue’ 5km Walk in aid of St. Michael’s Centre for children with Autism in Trim.
Thanks to the great support of their colleagues, they were successful in raising €2,000.
Caroline, Liz and Eoin O’Flynn, marketing manager, Flogas Ireland, presented the cheque to the School on behalf of the company.
The funds will be used for playground equipment for the new unit presently being built at the Centre.
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