Weigh-in at Cullen
The Cullen and District Special Needs Association Annual Weigh-In is up and running with weekly exercises and dancing continues with regular patrons again attending last Monday night.
The staging offers substantial financial aid to a grouping currently in the throes of initiating an ambitious project in Cullen to build a facility and shelter for those with special requirements.
And in recent times, the association completed the purchase of the old creamery premises in Cullen for the purpose of constructing a new centre.
The aims and needs remain the same, and the association are presently involved in a project and seek support financially and otherwise in the years ahead to provide and improve services for people with special needs in our communities.
Millstreet GP Dr. Patrick Casey returns with his scales each Monday night to monitor participant's weight and offer advice. Participants seek sponsorship in their efforts to shed unwanted pounds generated over the new year festivities.
For those seeking encouragement, aerobics are available each Monday night to offer exercises and those seeking to raise the dust off the floor can do so in waltzing and set dancing to the beat of local musicians.
At the close of the current series, the closing night will be marked with a presentation night and prizes donated by Guerins Supermarket from Ballydaly.