Sister Consilio open day

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Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Community, What's On
Cuan Mhuire, Ireland’s largest voluntary provider of Addiction Support for individuals and their families, is hosting an Open Day in its Athy County Kildare Centre and Sister Consilio – the founder of the Cuan Mhuire Charity – has extended an open invitation to all to attend. “The Open Day will be of interest not only to those working in the field of addiction but also to those who have time to help us in Cuan Mhuire” said Sister Consilio who has just returned from a grueling two week visit to the USA, where she attended various fund raising initiatives and spoke at events about the impact of addiction, the work of Cuan Mhuire and the challenges of sustaining the Centres which on a daily basis have over 600 residents on treatment and support programmes. The event in Cuan Mhuire Athy, County Kildare will include talks from Sr Consilo and other guest speakers. Sister Consilio explained, “Cuan Mhuire is looking for Volunteers who wish to work as part of the large family atmosphere in a non judgmental way to focus on serving Christ in the person seeking help as part of a caring and worthwhile environment. “If you feel that you can make a difference, or that Cuan Mhuire is calling to you, I would encourage you to come to Athy on Saturday 3rd November. All of us who work in and for Cuan Mhuire are deeply conscious that we are simply custodians of a great legacy and I invite any one with an interest in helping build and extending the legacy to come along.” The Day runs from 10am to 4pm, with light lunch and tea and coffee provided. Further details are also available at our Dublin Road Addiction Support Centre. Anyone wishing to get further information should contact 02830262429 and ask for Andrew or Gerry. Email address
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