Irish Youth Foundation and Youth Work Ireland are looking for volunteers to give just 2 hours of their time for a bag pack National Collection Day on the weekend of Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th November.
By giving just 2 hours of your time you can make a big difference to the lives of young people in Ireland. Volunteers will be part of a team at a Tesco in their local area community, led by a Team Leader who will supply them with all the encouragement and materials needed to have a great day! If you can help out please contact Anne / (01) 858 4521.
Congratulations to all the Tidy Towns Groups in Louth who recieved an increase in marks once again this year and to Medal Winners Tallanstown (Gold), Blackrock (Gold), Dundalk (Gold), Drogheda (Gold), Ardee (Silver) and Knockbridge (Bronze).
Congratulations also to the Special Category Awards Winners – Stabannon for the Gum Litter Taskforce Award, Dunleer for the Tree Project Award, Carlingford for the Waste Prevention Award and Blackrock who were runners up in the Sustainable Development Award.
For anyone interested in joining Dundalk FM as a volunteer you are invited to an Information Evening on Thursday 12th October from 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
We are also hosting a Radio Documentary Idea Generation Workshop at the station on Thursday 5th and 26th October from 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
Then drop in to have a coffee and a chat with our documentary makers.