The Home Economics Dept of Mulroy College has brought generations together in its new recipe book. Invitations were issued to friends of the College, from past pupils and staff members to local politicians and celebrities. The response was great. Many of the recipes are accompanied with stories detailing where each recipe came from and the memories associated with them.
This book really takes you on a sentimental journey as well as inspiring one. Ms Roisin Gibbons, HE Dept Mulroy College, was the main driver behind the initiative and received much welcomed help from Ms Mc Gettigan and students Gerard Higgins, Niamh Boyle, Aaron Sweeney, Emer Gibbons and Niamh Mc Gettigan. Pictured here is Mr Fergus Friel, former Guidance Counsellor, Mulroy College being present ed with the first copy of the Recipe Book.
Fergus is pictured with students Gerard Higgins, Niamh Boyle, Aaron Sweeney, Eimear Gibbons and Niamh Mc Gettigan who were involved in the production. Copies are available in local shops and from the college at a price of €8.