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Getting Snapping for Kerry...To mark the centenary of the Easter Rising 1916, Muckross House Research Library, Killarney, are inviting everyone to create a photographic record of County Kerry on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April 2016. The photograph should reflect an aspect of Kerry life or Play. Step 1. Take a photo on the weekend of 23-24th April, Step 2. Upload your image to www.snapciarrai.ie Step 3. Vote for one of these four charities: Kerry Life Skills, Kerry Diocesan Youth Service, Kerry Stars Special Olympic Club and Kerry Cancer Support Group. Each charity is guaranteed to receive a minimum of €2,016. At the Launch at Muckross Gardens were from left, Denis Reidy, Manager Muckross House, Jay Galvin, Kerry Cancer Support Group, Denis Murphy, Kerry Stars, Paul O’Sullivan, Kerry Stars, Sheila Casey, Kerry Life Skills, Patricia O’Hare, Muckross House Archivist, Audrey Reidy, Kerry Cancer Support, Tim O’Donoghue, Kerry Diocesan Youth Service, Jane Curran, Kerry Stars, Chris Barron, Kerry Life Skills.Photo:Valerie O’Sullivan/NO REPRO FEEA campaign’s been launched to encourage Kerry people to take photographs of their everyday lives in the county next weekend.
The Muckross House Research Library in Killarney, wants to create a photographic record of Kerry on Saturday the 23rd and Sunday the 24th of April.
It’s their way of marking the centenary of the Easter Rising, as well as helping a number of good causes.
Everyone who uploads a photo to snapciarrai.ie is allowed to make a donation to one of four local charities.
Patricia O’Hare from Muckross House, describes the kind of photos they’re looking for: