VERY BIG Christmas Concert a huge success

Hundreds of people attended the VERY BIG Christmas Concert in the Knocknarea Arena  in aid of the North West Hospice last Thursday night.

 

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Joe Cox, head of Policy and Strategy at IT Sligo, with Barry O’Flynn, his wife Mona and son Sean at the VERY BIG Christmas Concert.

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MCs Ciaran McCarthy and Tommy Gorman at the VERY BIG Christmas Concert, at the Knocknarea Arena in aid of the North West Hospice.

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Secret Santa Tabby Callaghan with bike winners Evanne Kilgallon and Chloe O’Malley and bike sponsor Gary Rooney at the VERY BIG Christmas Concert, at the Knocknarea Arena at IT Sligo, in aid of the North West Hospice.


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Emma Purcell and  St. Mary’s Youth Choir, performing at the VERY BIG Christmas Concert, at the Knocknarea Arena at IT Sligo, in aid of the North West Hospice.

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Joe Cox, head of Policy and Strategy at IT Sligo, Edel Moran, Susan O’Keeffe and Fergal Burke, President, Sligo Chamber of Commerce at the VERY BIG Christmas Concert. 

 

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Pictured above are the IT Sligo student team who managed the recent VERY BIG Christmas Concert at IT Sligo.   Cait Keaveney and Orla Mongey are both completing a year’s graduate  programme on Accelerating Campus Entrepreneurship (ACE) and Catherine Young (Centre) is completing a Masters Programme on the creative industry.

Leading the Event Management Team for the Concert was fantastic experience and really helped build my organisational skills”,  commented Catherine.  

Both Cait and Orla work with IT Sligo students to encourage them to consider entrepreneurial careers.

“Taking a lead role in organising a fundraiser is an excellent example of entrepreneurial activity – which any student can undertake along with their studies,” Orla said.

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