Albion Rovers AFC will host their annual Easter Soccer Camp next week.
The camp runs Tuesday to Thursday, April 15 to 17, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily and the cost is €20 per child.
The week features a general camp, goalkeepers, all girls and a guest appearance from Drogheda Utd players and Droggie.
The camp will be filmed for a TV feature on the club to be screened by irishtv.ie. Forms are available from team managers or in Eddie's Place Club Shop. Alternatively you can simply call Liam Callan on (87) 6376639 to register.
A joint Penitential Service for the three parishes of St. Peter's, St. Joseph's Mell and Mellifont will be held in The Church of the Assumption, Mellifont Parish, Tullyallen on Wednesday, April 9, at 7.30 p.m. This is an opportunity for parents to bring their children to confession for Easter. The celebration will be youth centred. Please note there will be no mass in Mell that evening.
ENTREPRENEURS ATTEND FORUM
TWO LOCAL businesswomen were among sixty female entrepreneurs with a combined turnover in excess of €44 million, who gathered last week to attend a Going for Growth National Forum in Co. Kildare.
Gillian Moore of Fuschia Make-up and Denise Walsh of Relish Cafes were just some of the enterprising women selected to take part in the current cycle of Going for Growth, a support initiative for female entrepreneurs.
Between them, the businesswomen currently employ over 650 people and almost a third of them are already exporting.
LABOUR PARTY Senator and European Election candidate Lorraine Higgins has urged people not to let Drogheda charities suffer because of bad publicity arising from the recent Rehab and CRC pay controversies.
'I've met recently with fantastic charities such as the Drogheda & District Support 4 Older People and Drogheda Resource Centre, but they have reported falls in donations since this issue entered the public domain.