PHOTOS: Lord Mayor’s Charity Spring Ball

25 March 2019
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

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The Lord Mayor’s (Cllr. Mick Finn) Charity Spring Ball which was held in Cork City Hall. Proceeds from the Charity Ball will be donated to Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club, Irish Guide Dogs for the blind, The Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism, Cope Foundation, Marymount Hospice and St Vincent De Paul (SVP). Pic: Brian Lougheed
From left, The Harrington family, Claire, Mary and Janas with Cllr. Mick Finn at the Lord Mayor’s (Cllr. Mick Finn) Charity Spring Ball which was held in Cork City Hall. Proceeds from the Charity Ball will be donated to Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club, Irish Guide Dogs for the blind, The Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism, Cope Foundation, Marymount Hospice and St Vincent De Paul (SVP). Pic: Brian Lougheed
Rebecca Loughrey and Sandra O’Meara and at the Lord Mayor’s (Cllr. Mick Finn) Charity Spring Ball which was held in Cork City Hall. Proceeds from the Charity Ball will be donated to Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club, Irish Guide Dogs for the blind, The Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism, Cope Foundation, Marymount Hospice and St Vincent De Paul (SVP). Pic: Brian Lougheed
Aoife Brown (left) and Lily Meade at the Lord Mayor’s (Cllr. Mick Finn) Charity Spring Ball which was held in Cork City Hall. Proceeds from the Charity Ball will be donated to Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club, Irish Guide Dogs for the blind, The Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism, Cope Foundation, Marymount Hospice and St Vincent De Paul (SVP). Pic: Brian Lougheed
The Lord Mayor, Cllr. Mick Finn with former schoolmates from Deerpark CBS at the Lord Mayor’s (Cllr. Mick Finn) Charity Spring Ball which was held in Cork City Hall. Proceeds from the Charity Ball will be donated to Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club, Irish Guide Dogs for the blind, The Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism, Cope Foundation, Marymount Hospice and St Vincent De Paul (SVP). Pic: Brian Lougheed
Kathy Finn signing the book of condolence for the Christchurch, New Zealand tragedy in the presence of the Lord Mayor, Cllr. Mick FInn, at the Lord Mayor’s (Cllr. Mick Finn) Charity Spring Ball which was held in Cork City Hall. Proceeds from the Charity Ball will be donated to Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club, Irish Guide Dogs for the blind, The Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism, Cope Foundation, Marymount Hospice and St Vincent De Paul (SVP). Pic: Brian Lougheed
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