Advertisement This year’s McManus scholarship award winners Winners of this year’s JP McManus scholarship awards were officially recognised by the Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Patrick O’Donovan at an awards ceremony at the Dunraven Arms Hotel in Adare Co. Limerick last night.In addition to addressing the audience, the Minister of State presented eight highly talented students from CBS Sexton Street in Limerick City with a third level scholarship certificate.It is now twenty-one years since the JP McManus scholarships were first established by former student JP McManus, with donations totalling €2.4 million for funding the provision of third level education scholarships for students attending Coláiste Mhichíl, CBS Sexton Street, Limerick.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Eight scholarships are awarded each year and apply at the rate of €6,750 per annum for the full term of the undergraduate programme chosen and 169 scholarships have been awarded to date.Many graduates of the programme are now pursuing successful careers in Ireland and in foreign locations such as California, Australia, South Korea, Norway and the UK. Adare Manor Resort COVID-19 Ambassadors McManus scholarship winners with Sue Ann Foley, Chairperson of the JP McManus Fund. McManus scholarship award winners Colin O’Toole, Emmet Clohessy, Marcus Jackson and Ger Barry. Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp NewsEducationLimerick city students awarded McManus scholarshipsBy Editor – November 4, 2017 7210 Congratulating the winning students, JP McManus said; “These students have worked very hard to put themselves in this position and I am delighted that they will continue pursuing their ambitions and goals in third level education. College is a great time for young people to develop and grow and I am confident that this group of young people will embrace the opportunity now presented to them and will achieve fulfilment and success in life.”150 guests attended the awards ceremony including Mayor Stephen Keary.Winners of the 2017 Scholarships were:Marcus JacksonEmmet ClohessyRobert HayesAbdirahman AliFilip KaczmarekColin O TooleLiam ByrnesGer BarrySee more education-related articles here Adare Manor unveil plans to launch The Padel Club this Autumn Email Previous articleTo the victor the spoilsNext articleLimerick is Ireland’s top city for ‘nooky’ Editor Print TAGSAbdirahman AliAdareCBS Sexton StreetColin O’TooleDunraven ArmsEmmet ClohessyFilip KaczmarekGer BarryJP McManusLiam ByrneslimerickMarcus JacksonPatrick DonovanRobert HayesStephen Keary JP McManus schoralship winners Flip Kaczmarek, Liam Byrne, Abdirahman Ali and Robert Hayes. Limerick Post Show | The Golf Course at Adare Manor Facebook Irish Water and Limerick City & County Council are working to restore water supply to customers in Adare following a burst water main 1 of 3 Brendan O’Connor announced as new General Manager of Adare Manor RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WATCH: The Golf Course at Adare Manor celebrates its second birthday
Marion County Sheriff(MARION COUNTY, Ga.) — Authorities have found the bodies of a 32-year-old Florida mother and her four children across state lines in Georgia, six weeks after they vanished.Casei Jones was reported missing to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday night along with her four children, 10-year-old Cameron Bowers, 5-year-old Preston Bowers, 2-year-old Mercalli Jones and 1-year-old Aiyana Jones.They were last seen in early August in the Ocala area, a Florida city about 40 miles south of Gainesville. Their family hadn’t heard from them since then, according to the sheriff’s office.Then on Monday morning, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that detectives located and identified the body of Casei Jones and her children near Georgia’s Brantley County, some 150 miles from Ocala, Florida.The woman’s 38-year-old husband, Michael Waye Jones Jr., who was located in Georgia after a traffic accident, is now being questioned in connection to their deaths.Casei Jones’ body was found in Michael Wayne Jones’ vehicle, according to the sheriff’s office. He then led detective to the remains of the children, authorities said.Detectives believe Jones Jr. murdered the victims at their home in Florida and then stored their bodies there and in the van for several weeks before moving them to Georgia.A warrant has been issued for his arrest for second-degree homicide, according to the sheriff’s office. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.