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St. Joseph’s High School need your vote

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St. Joseph’s High School need your vote

As part of a nation-wide school’s competition, St Joseph’s High School, Newry has entered the EduCamino photograph competition in a bid to win the prize of taking 20 pupils to Spain to take part in the Camino Way trek.  The image, taken by Mr Brendan Fearon on the side of Slieve Gullion overlooking Camlough Lake and Mountain, incorporates Mr Fearon’s Year 9 form class and the iconic Yellow Arrow symbol of the Camino Way trail.

You can help St. Joseph’s High School win this exciting trip and also raise the nation-wide profile of the Ring of Gullion by visiting the Follow the Camino Facebook page and ‘liking’ the St. Joseph’s High School image in the EduCamino photo album.  The picture with the most ‘likes’ will win the competition.  For more information please visit the school’s website.

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