Importance of Friendship Highlighted at Mothers’ Union Breakfast

By Lynn Glanville

MU Breakfast

Mothers’ Union members from every corner of Dublin and Glendalough converged in Leixlip on Saturday morning (February 28)
for a diocesan Mothers’ Union women’s breakfast. Old friendships were renewed and new ones were made, which was appropriate as the theme of the gathering was friendship.

Members were welcomed by diocesan MU President, Joy Gordan, who was delighted with the large numbers of women who had turned out for the breakfast. She welcomed their guests Sylvia Quinn of GFS and Major Gillian Dicker of the Salvation Army.

The guest speaker was Jacqui Armstrong from Donegal spoke on the theme: ‘Friendship – How full is your bucket’. Following a game of signature bingo, Jacqui talked about the qualities of friendship and the importance of being positive.

Photo caption – Joy Gordon, Jacqui Armstrong and Sandra Knaggs.

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