G FACTOR: Galbally Gaa club will hold the G Factor, Saturday January 25 in Galbally community hall. This is a talent contest open to all ages and levels. So far we have roughly 10 contestants. Entry is €100, but each contestant is given a sponsorship card in which to collect there fee. There will be three cash prizes first second and third. Tickets for entry to the contest are €10 and are on sale from all gaa officers. This promises to a great night of music and Craic and any support you can give is very much appreciated. Regards, Mary Magner
COMPUTER COURSES: Computer Courses running at Galbally Community centre Jan/Feb 2014. Computer beginners course desktop skills Morning course Tuesdays 10.30 -12. Starting on 28th January. Practical internet skills for beginners (including email; shopping online; motor – tax online; booking a holiday). Wednesday 10.30 -12am. Starting on 5th February. Cost €10 per class or €50 for six classes. For enquiries please call Galbally Community Centre on 062-37279; Harriet on 086-0598312 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
CAMOGIE: Galbally Camogie club are hosting a presentation night for our U16 and U12 county champions. The teams will be presented with medals by senior club members who are on the county team. The presentation will be at 7pm followed with refreshments. There will also be registration for all age groups on the evening from 8pm. All will take place on Friday 24th January in the Community Centre Galbally. New members are most welcome. A special call for assistance from parents to help with coaching or assistant coaching in the underage teams as there needs to be more than one adult with the teams at all times. Coaching and refereeing courses will become available during the coming year.
HANDBALL: Galbally Handball clubheld their A.G.M on Thursday January 16. The above meeting was held at the the hand ball alley in Galbally. Chairman John Joe Fahy welcomed all present and opened the meeting. Thomas Donegan sec gave a detailed account of the activities of the club and stressed the need to promote our club more and to try and rise its profile.Michael casey treasurer outlined how the club is fixed financially. Jack Dillon whose contribution to this club is unreal spoke of the amount of county titles won.Meeting was also addressed by President Dan Cronin wishing club continued success in coming year. Election of officers- All the Officers were all returned unopposed. President Danny Cronin Chairman John Joe Fahey. Secretary Thomas Donegan. Treasurer Michael Casey. Chairman John Joe Fahey expressed the clubs thanks to all who helped in any way. He also spoke about The Limerick Development Draw and the need to increase the numbers in the draw this year. There is a development in the pipe line for the club this year which will need funding more will be revealed in the near future. Meeting was closed wishing everyone a happy and peaceful new year.
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