MONSTER 45 DRIVE: Crecora card buffs, be aware that the fundraising for Knockainey National School continues on the 27th of January at the Community Centre with a monster 45 Drive. Play commences at 8:30pm and we are hoping for a good turnout. Prizes worth winning will be attainable on the night. For those who are unlucky in play there will be a chance to win prizes in a raffle. At the end of the night there will be an opportunity for tea and talk with friends and neighbours. All proceeds from the night will go towards the school development. Looking forward to seeing you all on the night. Also a draw will take place for those who buy tickets and do not attend. Tickets 10 euro are available to buy on the night, from any committee member or directly from John Macnamara Chairman 0868277622 or Gerardine O’Riordan Secretary 0877800046.
UPSKILLING IN BROADCASTING TRAINING: Those interested in becoming a volunteer broadcaster at West Limerick 102 Community Radio are now invited to take part in a dedicated 12 week training programme to develop the skills to produce and present high quality programming for the community station. Topics will include Role of Community Radio, Radio Presenting, Researching for Radio, The Role of the Producer, Technical Skills and News & Current Affairs. Course Free of Charge. Limited Places Available. Open to those living in the West Limerick area and interested in volunteering with the community radio station. For further information and an application form please contact Connie Broderick, WL102 on 069 66200.
FACILITATOR TRAINING: West Limerick Resources will be offering a part-time course for those interested in becoming a play and learning facilitator. The four month course will take place each Friday from 9.30am-12.30pm until the end of May in Newcastle West beginning February 1st. There will be an information session for interested participants this Friday January 19th at 11a.m. in the Newcastle West Community Centre. Course is free of charge to individuals living in the West Limerick area. Limited places available. For application form and full course details please contact: Theresa Shanahan on 069 79113 or email email@example.com. Alternatively see: www.wlr.ie.
GRANAGH PLAYERS: have unleashed another production on the public - They will be performing ‘ London Assurance ‘ by Dion Boucicault. They already performed his play ‘ The Shaughraun’ in 2011 but this one has never been performed in Ireland before. Set in Gloucestershire of 1840s, London Assurance is an entertaining and witty play, based around the complexities of an arranged marriage and a host of interesting and intertwined characters. Play Dates: Jan, 25th, 26th, 27th - 8.00 pm, Granagh Community Centre. Adm: Adults €10. Teens € 5. Shop and Raffle each night. Tickets available on the door. Should be an interesting night!
LIMERICK YOUTH SERVICE: will this year celebrate its 40th Birthday. In recognition of this milestone, LYS will host of a number of events throughout 2013 that will raise awareness of the role that LYS has and continues to play in supporting and encourages our young people. To keep fully up to date on these events as they occur, please copy the following link to your favourites and check it regularly: http://www.limerickyouthservice.com/