Kath­leen’s 104th birth­day party a happy oc­ca­sion

Bray People - - NEWS -

KATH­LEEN Mus­tard had a fan­tas­tic party at Cairn­hill Nurs­ing Home last Fri­day, to cel­e­brate her 104th birth­day.

Pamela Mo­ran, ac­tiv­i­ties co­or­di­na­tor, or­gan­ised the won­der­ful event. Kath­leen has had a rich his­tory. She has lived through two world wars, as well as the Easter Rising, and was born the year of the Ti­tanic.

She lived most of her life on Up­per Dar- gle Road with two of her sis­ters. She was one of five sib­lings. Kath­leen al­ways loved to go to dances at the Ar­ca­dia in Bray as well as up at The Scalp.

She went to St Paul’s School on Her­bert Road.

She also wor­shipped there, and later in Christ Church.

Pamela said that the party was great fun, and Kath­leen thor­oughly en­joyed her­self.

Her nice and neph­ews, great-nieces and neph­ews, and even her great-great nieces were all there to mark the happy oc­ca­sion, as was her friend and for­mer home-help Josie Fa­gan.

Santa Brika who works in the kitchens at Cairn­hill made her a lovely cake and Kath­leen was de­lighted to blow out the candles.

Kath­leen Mus­tard cel­e­brat­ing her 104th birth­day at Cairn­hill Nur­sh­ing Home with for­mer carer Josie Fa­gan and fam­ily mem­bers Melissa O’Shea, Emma Wilkie, Joyce Bar­rett, Elaine O’Shea, Alison O’Shea, John Mus­tard, Ruth Wilkie and Gra­ham Wilkie.

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