Successful GAA year at juvenile level
PLENTY OF PARENTS PRESENT ON A TRULY POSITIVE NIGHT
Published 17/01/2013 | 08:56
THE local juvenile GAA club reviewed another successful year when they sat for their AGM in the clubrooms Thursday night. With a big number of parents present the mood was positive.
Chairman John Hartnett welcomed the attendance and thanked all involved in the running of the club in the past year.
Secretary Helen Ducey presented a detailed account of activities and paid tribute to fellow officers for their co- operation.
Treasurer Susan O'Connor gave details of the club's financial situation and paid tribute to all who took part in various fundraisers and those who were so generous with sponsorship.
Before election of officers gratitude was expressed to Scór organisers, Margaret Kiely, Marie Casey and Danny Linehan for his commitment to the promotion of handball, to the officers, coaches, selectors and the parents.
Junior club chairman Colm O'Connor presided and the officers were elected as follows: Chairperson, John Hartnett; Vice- chairperson: Margaret Kiely; Secretary: Helen Ducey; Assist secretary: Brian Abernethy; Treasurer: Andrew O'Connor; Assist treasurer: Susan O'Connor; Child Protection Officer: Marie O'Keeffe; Results Official: Marie O'Keeffe.
Additional committee members: Gillian Kenny, Moira Murphy, Tadgh O'Connor, Danny Moynihan.
Managers: U8 Dan Duane; U10 Richard Enright; U12 Danny Moynihan; U16 Johnny O'Keeffe.
Club calendars are on sale at Voodoo Hair Salon and your support is appreciated.
The social takes place in the Wallis Arms Hotel on Friday, February 8, with tickets currently available: € 15 adults and € 10 juveniles.
GAA CLUB SOCIAL
This great night out takes place on Saturday, March 9, at Dromhall Hotel, Killarney, with music by The OC Trio.
Honoured will be the winning minor and under-21 teams with the winning 1988 junior championship side.
Tickets are available from all committee members and cost € 25 each.
The numbers were 12, 14, 15 and 31. Lucky dips to Nora Ankettell, Gneeves; Teresa Murphy, Glounreach, Kiskeam; Eileen O'Connor, Main Street; Kayla Daly, Lamanaugh. Seller's prize to Dan Rahilly.
Comprehensive school night classes commencing Monday next are: yoga, all levels, 7.30 to 9pm; art, practical first aid and computers for beginners.
The Disabled Drivers Association annual church gate collection takes place this Sunday, January 20.
Improve your computer skills Tuesday. Details from ( 029) 76032.