A NOURISHING FILL OF FASHION
THE prosecco flowed as the ladies lunched over a course of brilliant fashion at the Ballymacelligot GAA Ladies Club fundraiser on Sunday.
An afternoon of fun, fashion and music brought ‘em out in force and style to raise €5k for the development of the Ballymac GAA Ladies Club.
Commencing at 2pm with a prosecco reception followed by a three-course meal with wine, the ladies weren’t long getting to their feet to dance in a great warm-up to the catwalk show.
Club members modelled the latest autumn trends from boutiques in Castleisland.
Radio Kerry’s Alan Finn was MC for the event and to the great interest of all attendees, he interviewed special guests, Aidan O’Mahony and wife Denise Healy in which they divulged their health and lifestyle tips.
Denise was also given the almost impossible task of picking a best dressed on the day, but the deserving winner was Mary O’Carroll from Kilmoyley, who works as a public health nurse in Tralee.
The high heels were fabulous but there was a time for them to come off as the ladies’ lunch ended with all dancing the evening away to the music of local band Midnight Café.
Teresa Walker of Ballymac who helped organise the event said it was a fantastic day and thanked everyone who supported.
Sadhbh Fleming, Julie Quirke, special husband-and-wife guests Aidan and Denise O’Mahony, Phil Privett and Maureen Fleming.
Caroline Bertozc, Kay Dunne, Abbie Leen and Sheila Brosnan having a blast at the Rose. Mary O’Brien with Abbie O’Sullivan,Sadhbh and Maureen Fleming and Julie O’Sullivan.
Mandy and Barbara Hudson and Faye Quirke at the Ballymacelligott Ladies’ Luncheon at The Rose Hotel on Sunday. The Ballymacelligott Ladies GAA Club committee behind the hugelysuccessful fashion lunch in The Rose Hotel on Sunday, from left: Nora Curran, Mary Godley, Teresa Higgins Walker, Anne Savage, James Godley and Veronica O’Donnell.
Fiona O’Connor, Emma Skehan and Martina Lawless.