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Michael J. Shinnick

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www.avondhupress.ie

Just ask Fermoy man Michael John Shinnick who has been doing it for five years now and is in his second term.
The highest elected member of Scouting Ireland, he heads up a national team, his work taking him across the country, doing everything from meeting with Government ministers as he did last week to having discussions with other upper level officials. He travelled to the UK recently for a meeting with the Scouting Association there and this weekend will see him in Cavan on scouting business. A director of local company Micro Bio, the married father of two daughters is passionate about his scouting work and says he gets a great sense of achievement from it. Michael John Shinnick, who was one of the first members of the Fermoy 18th troop back in 1967 and who went on to form a troop in Glanworth and reopen others in Buttevant and Doneraile. He has served in many positions with Scouting Ireland since and is credited with playing a big part in the development of scouting in Ireland.


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Plans for this year's St Patrick's Day parade in Fermoy are well under way and this year's grand marshal, Michael John Shinnick, is ready to lead the extravaganza.
Many of us will know Michael John Shinnick as a director of the local indigenous chemical company, Micro Bio Ireland. The Fermoy St. Patrick's Day parade owes it existence to Michael John Shinnick who started the first parade over 35 years ago.


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Michael John Shinnick, operations manager at Micro-Bio, this week told The Avondhu of his immense pride at being elected to the role of chief scout of Scouting Ireland.
"I am very proud, honoured really," Mr Shinnick said, "It is something you wouldn't have dreamt of. You just get involved in something like the scouts, take up various roles within the organisation. Then, at some stage people come to you and tell you to put your name forward, that you have their support. I am very proud." Mr Shinnick first got involved in the scouts as a teenager in the late sixties and now finds himself the head of the largest youth organisation in the island of Ireland. Spanning the 32 counties, Scouting Ireland has over 35,000 members, 30,000 of which are youths. Amongst his many duties, Mr Shinnick will chair a national management committee of twenty people and will oversee 450 communities in six scouting provinces. Mr Shinnick was elected at the National Council elections, the largest the scouting organisation has ever held in Ireland, where he won over 400 votes from the 670 people in attendance. Fermoy town councillor, John Murphy, a first cousin of Mr Shinnick, congratulated him on the significance of this elevation.


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Michael John Shinnick, operations manager at Micro-Bio, this week told The Avondhu of his immense pride at being elected to the role of chief scout of Scouting Ireland.


www.waterfordscoutcounty.com [cached]

After all the presentations were made Fr Nicholas Mahony blessed the cabin and Michael John Shinnick - Chief Commissioner of Adult Resources - cut the ribbon.


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