photo by Rich Gillespie
This is the beautiful memorial that was placed at the lake on Arranmore. As you can see there is an otter on the left and a beaver on the right with a trout/salmon in the center symbolizing the unity of the two islands. Great credit goes to an Arranmore man 'Donnelly' Donnell who did most of the work himself and for little pay. He accepted what was left in the kitty for the twinning project as compensation. He is known on Arranmore as a tireless worker who does not stop until the project is done. He is also credited with doing some major work at the local cemetary to improve access.