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Wednesday January 20 2016 04:30 PM

Prize draw winners announced

Following the prize draw on RTÉ's fab News2Day we are delighted to announce the winners of the MS Read-a-thon School and Readers Prize Draw! 

School Prizes

€2,500 worth of books, kindly sponsored by The O’Brien Press:
Kilfenora National School, Kilfenora, Co. Clare

Class storytelling workshop with Irish author Sarah Webb: 
Scartaglen National School, Killarney, Co. Kerry

Class workshop with illustrator Sarah Bowie and illustrator/author Matt Griffin:
Lough Gur National School, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick

Readers Prizes

Thanks to everyone for taking part in this year's MS Read-a-thon

Author: MS Read-a-thon Team

Tags: ms, multiplesclerosis, readathon, winners, news2day, prizes

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