ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: Outgoing Mayor of Kerry Cllr Niall Kelleher made a presentation on behalf of Kerry County Council to Fearghal Grimes, General Manager, University Hospital Kerry, to acknowledge the commitment of frontline workers during COVID-19.

 

Kerry County Council has this week acknowledged the commitment, dedication and hard work of frontline workers in Kerry during the Coronavirus emergency.

 

On Monday, the outgoing Cathaoirleach, Cllr Niall Kelleher, presented a ‘Cathaoirleach’s Acknowledgement’ to the management of University Hospital Kerry, representing health service personnel across the county, and to the management of An Garda Síochána to acknowledge the work of their members.

“As Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council during a very difficult and challenging period for our county, I was anxious, before I left the role, to pay tribute to those on the frontline who have helped to combat this unprecedented pandemic. Staff across the health and community services as well as policing and the emergency services have shown immense dedication and professionalism in their approach to the current crisis,” Cllr Kelleher said.

“I was pleased to present a certificate of the “Cathaoirleach’s Acknowledgement” to the management of University Hospital Kerry as well as the Chief Superintendent of An Garda Síochána and her colleagues as a token of the appreciation of Kerry County Council and my council colleagues.”

 

DEDICATION: Chief Superintendent Eileen Foster received a presentation from outgoing Mayor of Kerry Cllr Niall Kelleher on behalf of Kerry County Council to acknowledge the commitment of frontline workers during COVID-19.