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THE Banner County’s most eligible young men will strut their stuff on stage for a great cause tomorrow night.


Rape Crisis Midwest is holding its sixth annual Dainty Daisy event this Friday, October 20 at Woodstock Hotel at 7pm.


This year the organisers are shaking up the event a little; they will have lip syncing along with challenges that are top secret but guaranteed to make everyone laugh.


“The Dainty Daisy event is our biggest fundraiser for the Rape Crisis Midwest Ennis centre, this funding is essential to keep our Ennis Centre open. The Centre provides counselling and support to both women and men who have survived rape and sexual abuse in adulthood or as a child.


“The Centre receives no direct Government funding to service the overheads like rent, heat & electricity or administration costs. Thus we would love to welcome you all to Woodstock Hotel in Ennis on Friday evening,” a spokesperson for the Rape Crisis Centre said.


If you wish to speak with someone at Rape Crisis Midwest call 061 311 511

Stuart Holly is the editor and co-founder of The Clare Echo. A native of Ennis, Stuart studied at St Flannan's College before obtaining a journalism degree in Dublin. After interning at The Evening Herald, he landed his first job with The Irish Daily Mail, Stuart worked in newspaper production with the Independent Group and in Auckland, New Zealand before a lengthy spell as a pun-spewing sub-editor at the Irish Daily Star. In 2015, Stuart returned to The Banner County where he took up employment as a news reporter with The Clare People.

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