University College Dublin pom pom dancing Commerce students do the Hippy Hippy Shake.
Marking the annual Commerce Day at UCD, the students get together to organise the largest annual fundraising event at the university.
Commerce Day itself begins early in the morning.
Sandra Robinson and Tom Hunt outline some of the events taking place to raise funds for CARI (Children At Risk in Ireland). CARI is a centre based in Drumcondra which cares for and provides therapy for sexually abused children and their families. Sandra and Tom are hopeful that they will raise more than last year's total of £37,000.
Commerce day begins in the early morning commerce students in fancy dress collecting money at traffic lights throughout the city. The afternoon will see a fancy dress parade through the streets.
This episode of 'Jo-Maxi' was broadcast on 8 December 1992. The presenters are Shauna Lowry and Celine Whelan.
Jo-Maxi' was a youth lifestyle programme targeted at ten to fourteen year olds on Network 2, a rebranded version of RTÉ 2 introduced in Autumn 1988. The programme contained features on a broad range of topics including animals, fashion, music, books and profiles of young people voicing their views on various subjects. The original presenters on the show were Ray D'Arcy, Geri Lalor, Clíona Ní Bhuachalla and Antoinette Dawson. It was first broadcast on 10 October 1988. In 1993 it was rebranded as 'JMTV' and continued until 1994.