Down Syndrome Ireland is going to the dogs

Yeah I know, it’s a truly awful headline. But I likes a pun, see, and there’s a whole litter more where that came from. Sorry. (No, I’m not.)

First though, the important stuff: DSI is taking over ten greyhound stadiums on Feb 26th to raise funds at the following locations.

  • Cork
  • Shelbourne
  • Dundalk
  • Galway
  • Limerick
  • Mullingar
  • Newbridge
  • Thurles
  • Tralee
  • Waterford

Tickets are €10 each, and as well as having a flutter on skinny daft dogs chasing a mechanical gizmo, you can join in with raffles, auctions and all sorts of stuff. Have a drink, have two, wake up feeling ruff next morning but hey! Better than blowing it at  the dog trac- er, yeah…

But seriously. As fun goes, there are worse ways to spend a tenner, and the wonderful folks at DSI need our support. It might seem obvious to state that we need theirs even more. So no bitching.

I’ll no doubt hound you some more on this later. With dogged determination. It will be ceaseless and without paws.

Ok, gone now.

Visit Down Syndrome Ireland here

Or phone 01 426 6500

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2 comments on “Down Syndrome Ireland is going to the dogs

  1. Sandicast says:

    not the best headline, but it does get attention

    • Nick McGivney says:

      Oh I dunno, Sandra. Maybe in that case not being the best headline is being the best headline after all. Thanks for stopping by, and good luck with bringing people to the dogs yourself. 😉

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