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President Higgins due in Cavan on Tuesday

Thursday, 20th February, 2014 4:23pm
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President Higgins due in Cavan on Tuesday

President Michael D Higgins.

President Higgins due in Cavan on Tuesday

President Michael D Higgins.

The President Michael D Higgins will visit Cavan on Tuesday, February 25, to officially open Ozanam House at River Street, Cavan Town. The development by the local St Vincent de Paul is a 6,500 sq ft development over two stories. The ground floor is given over to Stepping Stones Pre-School, while the first floor is meeting rooms and social rooms for education and training by the St Vincent de Paul.

The property is named after Frederick Ozanam - the founder of St Vincent de Paul.

Bishop Leo O'Reilly will also perform a blessing on the occasion from 11.30am to 12.15pm.

During his visit to Cavan, President Higgins is also expected to visit Drumlin House in Cootehill.

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