Nuacht Club 7 Márta
Don't forget it's 'Seachtain na Gaeilge!'
Healthy Clubs - Stress Buster - Starts 14th March
**THERE ARE SEVERAL PLACES LEFT AND IT'S IMPORTANT WE HAVE 30 PARTICIPANTS**
St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh GAA Club in partnership with Aware are running a 6 week life skills course aimed at teaching people how to better manage the stress of everyday life. It will take place in Plunketts lounge on Thursday’s from 7-8.30pm starting on 14th March. It is open to anyone over 18. To register go to https://bit.ly/2Bz0pTw
While the course is free, a deposit of €30 is required to register. This will be refunded on completion of the course. The course is particularly suited to those who, due to the nature of their lives, are prone to being under pressure or feeling stressed. Participants will be guided by trained facilitators to reduce stress and feel better by thinking and doing things differently.
This is one not to be missed so register early as places are limited to *30 people* and will be granted on a first come first served basis.
Upcoming Coaching Courses - STARTS TONIGHT!
This Weeks Adult, Camogie & Minor Fixtures
The Senior Camogie are in a Leinster Semi Final in the Club on Sunday so please come and support!
Upcoming Events - An Action Packed March!
(Tomorrow) Friday 8th March:
Senior Football Table Quiz, 8pm start
Please come and support the team for their annual fundraiser - Poster below.
Sunday 10th March:
Ireland Vs. France, 3pm start
Saturday 16th March:
The OPW would like to welcome the members of St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh to Farmleigh House in the Phoenix Park to help us celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge 2019.
Áit: Farmleigh House, Páirc an Fhionnuisce, D.15
Dáta: Satharn, 16ú Márta
Am: 10.15am agus 11.30am
Céard: Bilingual Seachachaí Storytelling Session
Costas: Saor in aisce. Free of charge.
Our Seachachaí Seó will intrigue adults and children alike with his bilingual tales. Seosamh tells stories in English and in Irish. He tells all kinds of tales – funny stories, Irish and international folk tales, anecdotes and rhymes. He might even sing a song or two!
There will be a bilingual guided tour of the house at 12.30 pm, again free of charge.
Sunday 17th March:
St Patrick's Day festivities in the club.
the ever popular John Hynes will in the lounge on Sunday night
Friday 22nd March:
The 2019 Daffodil Day Quiz
This quiz is for the Irish Cancer Society. This is the 10th year in a row that Tommy O’ Friel and Pat Brennan have held this ever popular quiz.
All the proceeds on the night go to the Irish Cancer Society which is a very worthy cause and coincides with Daffodil Day. Cancer unfortunately is experienced in almost every family and the Irish Cancer Society do fantastic work. However, they depend on volunteers and charitable donations from kind-hearted people to keep going. By supporting this Table Quiz, is one way of helping. It is always a very enjoyable night. Delighted if you could take part in this table quiz.
Sunday 24th March:
Feile Race Night
More details to follow next week
A Date for Your Diaries
Friday 18th July:
Annual Golf Classic - Westmanstown
Club Shop - Opening Hours
The shop is open this week on Saturday morning from 10.00am-12.30pm.
The numbers for the draw 3rd March were: 9, 13, 23, 25.
4 Match 3 winners: Geraldine O'Shea, Patrick Farrell, Carol O'Flynn, Niamh Walsh (€40 each)
Jackpot next Sunday: €7,650
There is a newly formed committee for all content related to the club and the wider community. We want to ensure all areas of the club get fair representation across social media and the newsletter. If you have any content you'd like to see published in the newsletter or published on social media please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any content for the newsletter should be sent by 10pm on a Monday evening for inclusion that week.
Take advantage of the newly refurbished lounge and book the clubhouse for your family functions & birthday parties. Please contact Joan @ 01-8389316 to check availability or make a booking.