Weekly News Roundup - Thursday 12 Oct 2006
ST JOSEPH’S AFC: St Joseph’s AFC will hold their monthly meeting on Monday, October 16 at 8.30pm. These meetings are held to develop the club and sort any issues arising within the club. Everyone is invited to attend and more support from parents at these meetings would be very welcome.
We have major problems this year with large numbers and shortage of team leaders. Any persons interested in helping the club move forward should attend this meeting.
VARIETY GROUP: There will be a meeting of Tinryland Variety Group in Tinryland Clubhouse on Thursday, October 12 at 8pm. This meeting will be a ‘get together’ for existing members to celebrate another successful year and also a chance for those interested in finding out more about the Variety Group. Anybody wishing to get involved is welcome to come along. This year it is hoped to produce a show in time to participate in the Wexford Tops competition early next year, as well as running another X-Factor Competition following last year's success.
JUVENILE GAA MEETING: A meeting of Tinryland Juvenile Football Club will be held in Rathcrogue Centre on Tuesday, October 17 at 8pm.
It is hoped to finalise the line up of mentors for all underage teams next year at this meeting. Anyone interested in making a contribution over the next year are asked to attend.
The club would like to thank all those who helped out over the past year.
EXHIBITION: The County Carlow Womens’ Network are holding their 4th annual Womens Health and Well-Being exhibition in the Seven Oaks Hotel on Wednesday, October 18 from 7pm to 10.30pm.
There will be speakers on the following topics: “Minding Yourself in Relationships”, “Health Tips across the Life Span for Women” and “Colour me Beautiful”.
For the first time the event will also include some health screening services and a large number of other organisations will also have information stands. Admission to the event is •5 and all proceeds will be donated to Carlow Womens Aid. Light refreshments will be served and early arrival is recommended to avoid disappointment.