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City Technical Committee Celebrates Student Achievements At Exhibition And Prize Distribution

Limerick’s City Technical Committee recently organized a captivating exhibition to showcase the exceptional talents of its students. The event, which included a diverse range of disciplines, highlighted the remarkable skills and dedication of the participants. Among the notable winners were Norah Deady, who took home the top prize in Dressmaking, and the skilled craftsmen James C Grittin, Joseph Kennedy, James U’Dea, and Arthur E Williams, who earned recognition for their outstanding work in Carpentry and Joinery.

The field of Telegraphy also saw outstanding achievers, with Robert H Croker receiving honours for his remarkable performance. Meanwhile, Thomas J Colbert, David élman, Jeremiah Murphy, Eugene A Wickham, and Michl Forrest were awarded Ordinary Grade Certificates in Telephony and Telephony.

The exhibition also featured various exceptional achievements in the scientific domain. In Theoretical Inorganic Chemistry, John J V Boyd, John J Cogan, James McNulty, Joseph Purcell, and W J Moloney emerged as the prize winners. The subjects of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Organic Chemistry saw James A McNulty and Charles W Prescott excel.

The field of Magnetism and Electricity witnessed the remarkable work of Percy M J Brett, F.J Humphries, W B Joyce, W H Davis, James A Hanranan, John McNulty, John O’Shaughnessy, Syndey Shea, and Emma K Wylde, among others.

Moreover, the students’ artistic prowess was on display through exhibits from the Art Society. Notably, Agnes Buckley’s exquisite lace design and Louis Hodkinson’s practical application of the nasturtium motif garnered special recognition. The exhibition also featured drawings and designs from various disciplines, including memory drawings, model drawings, and geometrical sheets.

The City Technical Committee took pride in acknowledging the successful students and the exceptional work displayed at the exhibition. The event served as a testament to the importance of technical education and fostering creativity among the youth of Limerick. The Committee congratulates all the prize winners and participants and looks forward to supporting and nurturing their future accomplishments.

Limerick Echo – Tuesday 06 December 1904