Eureka School Kells - “Making a Difference”

Eureka Secondary School in Kells recently held a coffee morning / information session at the Headfort Arms Hotel.   During the information session, Mr McKee, the school teacher who is supporting the initiative, committed to introducing the Prosper Meath “Making a Difference” award in the school.  Eureka’s “Making  a Difference” project will involve an 8 week programme to support senior citizens by a group of Transition Year student.  This project is being run in association with Third Age Ireland.

Key figures attending the coffee morning including Minister Helen McEntee, Jackie Maguire Meath Co Co CEO, representatives of Third Age Ireland and Meath Partnership, local councillors, the Gardai and other groups.  Shane Carolan, the manager of the Prosper Meath Kells Service was also in attendance.

The Prosper Meath relationship with Eureka Secondary School is forever growing. In October 2018, the group, again supported by Mr McKee, took part in our Walkability Study of Kells.  We are honoured to have this valuable connection with Eureka Secondary School.