The first part of the Club plan is nearing completion where over 65 having attended and contributed over the past 8 months to the above issues. The Club plan sets out to give a clearer view of where all members wish the club to go and how that can be achieved.
Rúnai Deaglan Ó Martín and an Cathaoirlach Cormac Mac Gairbheith will both host the next two meetings, one in January and one in February and when dates are announced, we will be looking for members and supporters who haven't yet attended to come along and contribute to the Club Plan. Your Club....Your Plan.
We also encourage those away from home to look at the Club plan headings and to email contributions as they are also very valuable as we are very aware that members and supporters away from home are a big part of CLCG Naomh Mhuire both now and in the future.
Click on the image above for more information on how to have your say. Go raibh maith agaibh. http://www.naomhmhuire.ie/club-development-plan.html
Please use your Naomh Mhuire Cope rewards keys when shopping at the COPE
Supermarkets in Annagry or Dungloe over Christmas and New Year.
At the last count Naomh Mhuire were in the lead over Dungloe and Na
Rossa GAA clubs as well as RNLI for customer traffic but this could of course
easily change as Xmas is such a busy shopping period.
The Club aim is to win the rewards incentive through the Cope with any
money received going straight into facility and coaching development.
Please use your Naomh Mhuire reward key in the Cope.
There will be a quiz held in Sharkeys this Saturday night starting at 10pm. All proceeds will go towards the club. Thank you for your support.
On Wednesday January 4th and as part of a much requested Healthy eating and weight loss project, we are organising a New Year kick start to healthy living.
This is aimed at both ladies and gents who feel that they want to loose weight and need the encouragement of a group to push on and shed the pounds. There will be a registration (cost €10) and weigh in in the Clubhouse in Mullagh Dearg on Wednesday, January 4th at 7pm. We will then meet weekly (€5 charge) and organise a different evening activity/talk each Wednesday. Talks by people who have done really well in losing weight, nutritionists talks , light circuit training, walks etc....while encouraging all to loose a few pounds weekly.
This is a kick start programme but maybe that trigger that is required and anyone and everyone is welcome from those wishing to shed a few pounds to those who want to start and get back into shape in 2012.
The club are hosting "A Night at the Races" in Sharkeys Lounge Annagry on the 27th December at 9pm.
Horses are now on sale and can be obtained from club committee members or Players for €20.
All support is much appreciated. Go raibh maith agaibh.
NOVEMBER DRAW WINNERS
€400.00 Joe Kelly, County Dry Cleaners, Letterkenny
€200.00 Joe McGee, Gaoth Dobhair
€100.00 Michael Sharkey, Anagaire
€100.00 James McBride, Mín Doire na Slua
€100.00 Anthony Doherty, Beal na Cruite
€100.00 Jimmy Boyle, Rann na Feirste
Peil a mBan held their annual awards for u/age girls in the clubhouse on fri. 2nd Dec. Top awards on the night went to the u16 girls who won the co. u16A championship, as well a receiving their co,medals all players on the panel were presented with training tops for their acheivements.
Yearly awards were:
On a note of Caution a new committee needs to be put in place ASAP to ensure the good work that the club has done this last two years is not lost. At the moment their is NO committee in place and unless parents and anybody interested in running a committee get together their will be no Ladies and under age for Peil na mBan in 2012. These facts are the stark reality of the situation people.
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The Club AGM takes place this Friday evening December 9th in the Clubhouse at 7pm.
The nominations for the election of officers can be made on the night. Motions for discussion and voting upon must be with the Club Runaí no later than 6pm on Wednesday 7th and may be hand delivered or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A good attendance is required so as to ensure the continued work of the club. Everyone is welcome. Go raibh maith agaibh.
On 10 December 2011 the highly anticipated charity album, “Le Cuidiú De”, will be launched in Áislann Rann na Feirste at 8:30 p.m. One of the highlights of the album is Daniel O'Donnell's first recording in Irish, a unique version of the classic song, “You Raise Me Up”. “Le Cuidiú Dé” showcases original recordings in Irish from a who's who of top Irish vocalists including Moya Brennan (Clannad), Donegal Person of the Year Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh (Altan and T with the Maggies) Maighread & Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill and Aoife Ní Fhearraigh to name but a few. All proceeds from the sale of the album will go to support the Donegal Hospice Homecare Service. The CD is priced at €15 and will be on sale in various shops throughout Donegal and through the website, www.lecuidiude.com. Please come out and support this worthy cause.
For further information please contact Eileen Boyle 087 9950029 / Maighréad Hanlon 087 9634435
“Le Cuidiú Dé” is the brainchild of Rann na Feirste natives Eileen Boyle, who wrote the lyrics of 14 songs for the album, and Maighréad Hanlon, both of whom have worked tirelessly over the last year to make this album a reality. All proceeds from the sale of the album will go to support the Donegal Hospice Homecare Service.
Speaking about the album, Eileen Boyle said, "families across the local community have experienced the dedication and support of Donegal Hospice Homecare Service and we felt that this album was an opportunity for local people to give something back. We contacted local artists and asked them to participate in this special project and all gave their time and talent free of charge. This album represents local people coming together in these difficult financial times to support a worthy local cause".
The title song, “Le Cuidiú Dé”, was made possible due to Peermusic UK, Ltd., and Universal Music AS, who kindly gave permission to translate the classic song “You Raise Me Up”, originally written by Brendan Graham with music by Rolf Lovland, for this project. All fees were generously waived for this good cause.
Speaking on RTE Raidió na Gaeltachta last Friday, Daniel O'Donnell said, 'I am overjoyed to be part of this project. It is an honour to be joined on the album by the cream of Irish vocal talent, especially with all funds raised from album sales benefiting the Donegal Hospice Homecare Service".
A section of the title song can be heard here.
The following vocalists feature on the CD:
Le Cuidiú Dé is an independent and non-profit project. A list of supporters can be found on www.lecuidiude.com
An evening of celebration and presentations in the clubhouse this evening as the club celebrated our ladies successes this year.Congratulations to all the ladies teams, U-14's, U-16's and the senior ladies team. Thanks to Donald Sharkey, Robbie O Donnel, Conal O Gara, Bríd Sweeney, The Senior Board and all the mentors who helped throughout the year!
1: Katie O Donnell, Joint U14 Most Improved Player.
2: Sarah Doherty, Joint U14 Most Improved Player .
3:Sarah O Gara and Aoife McGarvey, Joint U14 Players of The Year.
4: Lauren Rodgers - U 16 Most Improved Player.
5: Caroline Sharkey and Jade O Donnell, Joint U 16 Most Improved Players.
6: Player of the County Final Award, Áine Hanlon