The late Letterkenny Town Councillor Tadgh Culbert is still touching hearts.
A charity cycle in the wel-known Fianna Fail politician’s memory raised more than €4,000 for the Donegal Hospice.
Tadgh’s daughter, Cllr Lisa Culbert, An Post Donegal and local business sponsors presented Dr. Jimmy McDaid, Donegal Hospice with a cheque from the An Post Donegal Charity Cycle which was held last month.
An Post Donegal were delighted to present €4135 to the Donegal Hospice from this year’s cycle.
To date An Post Charity Cycle Race have raised over €38,000 for the Donegal Hospice.
An Post Donegal’s charity cycle race committee would like to thank everyone who took part, supported the Hospice and sponsored and supported their 2013 charity cycle race in any way.
Pictured from left to Right : Paul Herrity, Delivery Services Manager An Post, Carl Rainey, Rainey Gibson & Associates / Top Quote Direct, Dr. Jimmy McDaid, Donegal Hospice, Cllr Lisa Culbert, Grace Ann McGarvey, GA Consultancy, Jamsie Doherty, Doherty Buses, Eddie Tobin, Tobins Service Station, Jarleth, An Post Letterkenny, Hughie Elliot, McGinleys Bar. Missing from Photograph, Mark Hunter of LK Bikes, Paul Harkin of Harkins Topaz and Gala Ballybofey, Pat Brady of The Bagle Bar.