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31st October 2011, 14:13
could IMO users update this thread. So information can be posted on forthcoming charity events over the christmas period.


The real Jack
31st October 2011, 15:15

31st October 2011, 20:29
anybody on the movember site should go into teams and search "104 bn", the lads in the leb are growing for charity and some of the longer established Taches were shaved off a couple of weeks ago.

1st November 2011, 02:14
Go ask the butt end of my bolloix

Suddenly the Grinch arrived!!\:)|

1st November 2011, 10:39
Suddenly the Grinch arrived!!\:)|

More like drunken asshole- sorry Fitter.

24th December 2011, 18:02
Hedgie, Goldie, Paul G, Real Jack, the Mods, and the rest of the good people on IMO - i mean it - Happy Christmas and all the best for 2012.

have a good one wherever you are.


24th December 2011, 18:23
More like drunken asshole- sorry Fitter.

I cant remember posting that- however its rude- ignorant, confrontational and badly spelt

so it has all the hall marks of something I would post-

Sorry about that Fitter.

24th December 2011, 18:33
as i said - Happy Christmas anyhow.

24th December 2011, 20:19
The Cadet Charity run will happen again in 2012. On the 2nd and 3rd of march the 87th Cadet Class will undertake a 192km route march/run from the Curragh Camp to Eyre Square, Galway in aid of Enable Ireland. The run will be done in a relay format with teams of 2-3 cadets running 10km at a time and carrying full military, carrying the backpack and battlevest. The event promises to be challenging and is in aid of an extremely worthwhile charity which provides a great service to disabled children and adults throughout Ireland. For a few pics of last years run see here (http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150108759011166.288188.169367391165&type=3)

Last year a substantial amount of cash circa €15000 was raised for Our Ladys Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin and the Curragh Pride Family resource centre - Enable Ireland is an equally worthy charity who as I'm sure many of you know, do great work with disabled children and adults all over the country. I'm sure the young men and women of the 87th Cadet Class and all those who benefit from the services provided by enable Ireland would greatly appreciate your support.