A quick reminder that the dinner dance will take place in the Station House Hotel this Saturday, January 30th at 8pm.
Music is by The Cufflinks. Anyone looking for tickets should contact club treasurer Bryan Faul.
The club’s registration night will take place on Saturday, February 6th between 7pm and 9pm. The price of registration is €15 per juvenile (18 and under), while a family of four children and upwards will be a total of €50. Adult membership is €40. There is no family membership.
An adult membership plus a yearly lotto will costs €70 while a yearly lotto costs €50. On the night Garda vetting forms will also be made available. Any adults who comes into contact with children bet that in training or at games MUST be Garda vetted.
Missing club property
It has come to the club’s attention that a number of chairs are missing from the hall. If anyone has these chairs or may know of their whereabouts, can they please contact any member of the Hall Committee of simply have them returned. Indeed if anybody has accidentally come across any club property, can they please arrange to return it to the clubhouse.
Mental Health Charter
The club has erected posters around the clubhouse including the committee meeting room in ration to the Mental Health Charter at the club. Members are asked to take a couple of minutes to read them.
Scor County Final
The Scor County Final takes place in the clubhouse this Friday night at 7.30pm. If anybody can help with parking or making tea or in any other way, can they please contact Sharon McGinty?
Tea night – change of date!
The date of the Tea Night, organised by the Glenswilly GAA Ladies Board, has changed. The tea will now take place a week earlier – on Friday, March 4th in the clubhouse. But hosts and hostesses are still needed! Each table will seat approximately 8 – 10 people.
The host/hostess will provide everything for the table – food, crockery, cutlery and most importantly – the guests! An envelope is provided for each guest to make a donation towards club funds. This is a novel idea undertaken by the ladies and support from all club members is appreciated. If you are willing to take a table or perhaps can help in any other way, please contact Bernie Lapsley on 086 3638204.
The club would like to congratulate Kelly Black, Roisin Conaghan, Katie Lapsley, Caoimhe Friel, Orla Mc Daid and Rachel Browne for getting their Gold Mark Volunteers Awards.
The awards are part of a programme led by Volunteer Now aimed at promoting and recognising sports volunteering for 14 to 24 years olds. GoldMark is a simple programme which requires young volunteers to keep a Volunteer Record, which is signed off by a club co-ordinator and Ulster GAA co-ordinator.
It builds on the success of Millennium Volunteers and is part supported by Department of Education. Young sports volunteers are awarded for 50 hours, 100 hours and 200 hours of volunteering. Well done girls.
There was no winner of last week’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 2,5,8 and 18. Carmel McGlynn from Driminaught, Newmills. Members are reminded that the lottos are available in most locals outlets everyday.
If anyone overseas wants to take out a yearly lotto then please contact PRO Stephen Maguire at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will put you in touch with the lotto committee.
The bingo continues each Wednesday night in the clubhouse starting at 9pm. Patrons are advised to get along early.
Keep fit and Couch to 5K
A number of keep fit classes (for men and women!) are now operating in the clubhouse throughout the week. The adult keep-fit class takes place on Monday nights at 7pm.
The juvenile (aged 7 and over) takes place each Tuesday night from 7pm and the Couch to 5K takes place on Wednesday nights, also from 7pm. All classes are taken under the watchful eyes of Martin o’Donnell and Jimmy Carolyn.
The club has been chosen by Tesco in Letterkenny for the monthly community fund. If any members do their shopping in Tesco, they are asked to collect the blue vouchers and donate them to the Glenswilly fund. We are very thankful to Tesco for choosing the club as part of the community fund.
County Board delegate
Mick Murphy has been chosen to replace Paddy Tinney as County Board delegate. The club would like to thank Paddy, who is now Assistant Treasurer with the Donegal County Board, for all his work.
The club has a number of Donegal GAA Yearbooks still left and people can get one by contacting either Peter McConnell or Bryan Faul.Tags: