SOCIAL PICTURES: 300 attend Shine Ladies Charity Lunch 2017

12 June 2017, Monday
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

Social Pictures

More than 300 ladies supported the 6th annual Shine Ladies Charity Lunch hosted by The Clayton Cork City Hotel on Saturday 10th of June. The event supports the Shine Centre for Autism who provide services and support for children and families affected by autism in Cork city and county. Summer fashion was the order of the day as the ladies looked stunning in an array of bright summer colours as they arrived for the champagne reception prior to the event. Each guest received a beautiful gift from the Event Sponsors Human & Kind Natural Skin Care, Yves Rocher and beautiful handmade chocolates from Leonidas. The Ladies then enjoyed a beautiful four course meal in the Pegasus Suite overlooking Cork City.  The Shine Lunch is now a major event on Cork’s social calendar and the event was sold out within days of being announced. Laura Crowley of Shine thanked the many guests for attending and the many sponsors for their support in making the event such a success.  All funds raised at the event support the services provided to children and adolescents with autism at the Shine Centre.

Alice McSharry and Tara Mansworth from Cobh
Photography by Gerard McCarthy
Ann Daly Glanmire, Norma Fitzgerald Glanmire, Margo Lawrence Ballyhooley Road, Ger Keane Ballyvolane and Ger O’Brien Montenotte
Photography by Gerard McCarthy
Jonne Smith, Lorraine Cummins,Tina Oldham , Catherine Tobin and Helen Mulqueen from Frankfield
Photography by Gerard McCarthy

About The Shine Centre for Autism

The Shine Centre for Autism in located in Carrigaline, Co Cork and provides services to children and adolescents with autism across Cork City and County. The Shine Centre is a Voluntary Organisation and Registered Charity and works with over 80 children and adolescents with autism, their families, teachers and carers on a weekly basis. The Shine Centre operates programmes for children and adolescents with autism to develop their educational, life and social skills through a wide range of services and programmes.

The Shine Centre offers the following services to children with autism

  • Early Learning Unit for Pre-school Children
  • Personal & Life Skills Programmes (PALS)
  • Social Skills Programmes
  • Mainstream Educational Support Service
  • After Schools Clubs
  • Parent & Teacher Training Courses & Seminars
  • Telephone Advice Service

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