St Aidan’s looks to the future after celebration

THE wheel of life came full circle at St Aidan’s High School in Derrylin at the weekend, as it celebrated 50 years at the heart of the community with a special service of thanksgiving, while looking ahead to the future.

Half a century ago the school was officially declared open by the then Bishop of Kilmore Austin Quinn at a ceremony attended by politicians, clergy, and a representative from every family in the parishes of Killesher, Kinawley and Knockninny. It had been these families and the wider community that had led a campaign at the time to build the much-needed school in the area.

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