Glenswilly GAA notes
First Aid Course
Almost 30 people completed a first aid course at the clubhouse last weekend. All teams were represented on the course which was arranged by the club’s health and wellbeing officer Elaine McFadden. The club are delighted with the turn-out for the course. Many thanks to Elaine for organising the course.
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.
Minor Board meeting
The club will host its next minor board meeting in the clubhouse on Monday, January 25th next at 7.55pm. At least one manager from each group is asked to be there.
The general monthly meeting will take place directly after the minor board meeting at 9pm on January 25th next. A delegate will be elected to replace County Board delegate Paddy Tinney who is now Assistant Treasurer with the Donegal County Board.
Keep fit and Couch to 5K
A number of keep fit classes 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 winner of last Wednesday’s lotto was Seamus McMonagle of Fintown who matched three numbers. The numbers were 6,17,18 and 24. Lotto sellers for the rest of January are as follows: Jan 16th Ciaran Gallagher and Paul McCool, Jan 23rd John McFadden and Darren McGinely, Jan 30th Joe Gibbons and Michael Canning. If your night don’t suit contract one of the the people on this message to change nights and any problem after that contact Cathal Gallagher on 0871239102.
Bingo continues in the hall each Wednesday night at 9pm with some great cash prizes on offer.Tags: