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RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS TO BECOME HELPLINE COUNSELLORS

HELPLINE TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

RAPE CRISIS NORTH EAST CLG

CHERRYWOOD COUNSELLING CENTRE

RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS TO BECOME HELPLINE COUNSELLORS

 

Rape Crisis North East is offering you the opportunity to attend a Helpline Training Programme which will commence on Wednesday 6th February 2019 and finish on Friday 14th March 2019. The training is free and in return, we will ask you to commit to four hours of your time per week to provide telephone counselling support to survivors of rape and sexual violence.

Venue: Cherrywood Counselling Centre, Great Northern Distillery Offices, Carrick Road,
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Dundalk’s Cuchulainn Cycling Club – AGM report

Dundalk’s Cuchulainn Cycling Club recently held their AGM in The Spirit Store to discuss the season past and to outline the future development of the club. Club Chairman Sé Weston in his opening address outlined some of the some of the club’s milestones over the year, in particular the number of female members in the club, which has grown to 20% of it’s almost 400 strong membership. Another huge growth area for the club has been the underage section. Under the tutelage of Philip Kerley, the Monday night cyclo cross regularly sees in excess of 40 children from 8 through to 15 years old taking
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Christmas Panto – 8th to 13th Jan 2019

It’s that time of year again. Oh yes it is! Dundalk Musical Society returns to An Tain from the 8th to the 13th January 2019 with their Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Pantomime.

Evening shows will be on from 7:30pm nightly plus 2:30pm matinées on Saturday and Sunday.

Featuring a stellar local cast and a super talented chorus of over 100 local children and young adults, this panto has all the ingredients of a great night out with music, dancing, laughter and of course good triumphing over evil.

Tickets are now available from: www.antain.ie or by calling the box office on 042 9332332.

Tickets are priced
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Living With Sight Loss – Six Week Course. Sept 25th to Oct 30th

Join Fighting Blindness and RNIB for a free information course taking place in the Crowne Plaza, Dundalk, September to October. Lots of interesting topics covered.

Living with Sight Loss: Six Week Confidence Building Course Venue: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk, Co Louth Dates: Tuesdays, September 25 – October 30, 2018

If you’re living with sight loss in Louth, Monaghan, Sligo, Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim or Northern Ireland, this confidence building course could provide the practical and emotional support you need to face the future with confidence.

As well as providing an opportunity for people with sight loss to meet and connect with each other, family
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Cracks – An Tain Arts Centre, Thu 13th Sept.

Quintessence Theatre

I remember what it was like. Being like everyone else. Whole. Complete. Unshattered, unbroken. Normal. But things change. Now I’m falling between the cracks in myself, and I don’t know how to crawl back out…

A powerful piece of devised theatre from An Táin Arts Centre’s company-in-residence exploring the issue of mental illness in Ireland. Cracks premiered in October 2016 and is back for a fourth run due to popular demand.

Tickets 11am Students €10 / Teachers free | 8pm €15 / €10

Ladywell Shrine – 15th August

The annual devotions at Ladywell Shrine in Dundalk for the Rising of the Waters will take place on August 14th.

The devotions mass will begin at 11:15pm, starting with the Rosary. This will be followed by mass with the Blessings of the Water at midnight.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own bottles to be filled with holy water from the shrine, which can be blessed during the next day.

These personal devotions take place all day on the 15th of August.

Large crowds are expected to arrive at the Dublin Road shrine next week. People from across Louth, and our neighbouring counties such as
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Two holes in one at the Dundalk Lions classic

THERE were not one but two holes in one at the recent Dundalk Lions Golf Classic which took place on the testing 18 hole layout attached to Ballymascanlon House Hotel on the outskirts of the Co Louth town.

Patricia McAllister, a 10 handicapper from Laytown & Bettystown, aced the 114 yard index five fifth hole with a seven iron while Paul Connolly of Swords Golf Club, who plays off 13, holed his hybrid tee shot on the 185 yard index 10 14th hole.

The event attracted 24 teams and the monies raised will go towards taking 120 senior citizens and
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Car Boot Sale in aid of Rape Crisis North East – Sun 22nd July

Dundalk Lions Club Annual Golf Classic – Ballymac on Friday 13th July.

The Dundalk Lions Club Annual Golf Classic takes place on Friday 13th of July at Ballymascanlon Golf Course. Its a four person scamble with a shotgun start at 1 pm.

€50 per person gets you a round of golf and an evening meal in the hotel with entertainment. Sponsorship of a Tee Box or a Green is available for €25.

Also numerous prizes including Longest Drive and Nearest the Pin.

Contact James (087 2568895) for timesheet.

Tony Golden Cycle – closes July 9th

Registration for the LH286 Garda Tony Golden Memorial Cycle closes on Monday July 9th. This year’s event will be raising funds for Aoibheann’s Pink Tie and takes place on Saturday September 22nd with different routes to cater for all cyclists. This is the third year the cycle has been organised by friends and colleagues of the Garda who was shot in Omeath. The cycle will conclude with a meal in Blackrock Community Centre while there will be ‘ceol agus craic’ afterwards in The Clermont Arms

Action Quote

“You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.”

Your action for today is to take time to remember a dream you may have had in your youth and see if you can do something towards achieving it.

— Author and Scholar, C.S. Lewis