Club Notes 22 AUG 2014

Harmony Community Trust Glebe House visited the club on Wednesday as part of a cross community initiative when a group of young people tried gaelic football and camogie for the first time; earlier in the summer a group from the club enjoyed a residential at Glebe House.

 

To help keep our kitchen and toilet facilities in tip top shape, we are hoping for 24 names which means all anyone has to do is 1 hour every 6 weeks with a group of 4 people. See An Riocht Facebook for details or call into the club.

 

New Cookery Programme for young people starting Tuesday 13th September; Everyday Meals for Young People on a budget, work with a professional chef to feed yourself for the week.

 

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A Chara

The purpose of this e mail is two-fold

Firstly  

I am asking if personnel within your Club would be available to assist as Match Day Stewards in Pairc Esler on this coming weekend at the Senior Championship Quarter Finals.

If anyone within your Club would be interested then could you please forward me their contact details, stewards would need to be available from 6pm on Friday and/or from 5.45pm on Sunday or if they are only available on one of these days all offers of assistance are welcome.

Secondly

I am attaching details here of an upcoming course for people who would like to assist as Stewards at Match Days in Down in 2017.

The course will run for 5 sessions and will be held within Down, beginning in early November; each session/module has a brief written assessment; the first 4 sessions will cover the content of each module and the 5th session will be used for completing assessments. Each session will take 3 hours.

This qualification is recognised by DCAL & Croke Park and is funded by SportNI & Ulster GAA

Is Mise

 

Seán Óg McAteer

 

 

 

Concert in the Kingdom Hall in aid of Fr Nicky Hennity’s Mission Appeal

Thanks to the stewards who helped at the concert in the Kingdom Hall in aid of Fr Nicky Hennity’s Mission Appeal.

Planning and Physical Development and Finance Meeting

There is a joint meeting tomorrow evening, Tuesday at 7pm regarding Planning and Physical Development and Finance. We have something for everyone to get involved with - grant applications to be jointly worked on, minor development works, essential repairs and maintenance to be organised. We need your expertise for one hour to get things up and running. Please spread the word!! Thanks

Phil’s Petting Farm and the trip to Formula Karting

At the Summer Scheme last week, the highlights werevisit of Phil’s Petting Farm and the trip to Formula Karting.

No Need 4 Speed

Kingdom’s Safe Driving programme ‘No Need 4 Speed’ is filling up quickly so if interested let us know asap. Those who complete the programme in full will receive a certificate, and financial assistance with driving lessons. This is a ‘whole community’ project and Kingdom welcomes interest from young people who may not be regular attendees of Kingdom. Anyone interested should call out to the club and speak to Lee. This project is funded by ARCS and will incorporate the Ulster GAA ‘Live to Play’ road safety education project.

Its August already and thoughts turn to the autumn/winter programme at Dunavil. The Safe Driving project is a great one to get things started but if you have any thoughts on activities you want included then let one of the leaders or board members know. Sherman Hall has offered to continue Basketball practice into the dark evenings so if there is enough interest that could be a worthwhile activity for a number of age groups over the duration of one night a week.


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Upcoming Activities

Wednesday 18th

11am Men’s Shed; 6pm Ladies Circuits; 7pm P1 to U12 Camogie Presentation Night; 7pm Kingdom Walkers from the Leisure Centre; 7pm All Together Now Disability Inclusion programme for aged 12+

Thursday 19th

6pm Irish Dancing; 6.30pm to 8.30pm Activities for aged 4 to 8 boys and girls; 7pm to 9pm Girls Club for aged 8 to 12 years; 7pm to 9pm Bridging the Divide Inclusion programme; 7.15pm visit from Mourne Youth Forum LOHAH group; 7.30pm U13 Football An Riocht v Clonduff; 7.30pm Senior Football Kilcoo v An Riocht 7.40pm Basketball Andersonstown Tigers v Knights at La Salle.

Friday 20th

11am Men’s Shed; 7pm Kids Movie Night; 7pm to 9pm Boys Club for aged 9 to 12 years; 6.30pm P6 Football; 7.30pm P7 Football

Saturday 21st 

7.30am Kingdom Walkers at Mourne Park; 11am P1/P2 Football; 12pm P3/P4 football; 3pm Birthday Party

Sunday 22nd

10.30am Breakfast at Dunavil; 11am U11 Football An Riocht Gaels v Ballyholland ‘A’ and An Riocht Ogs v Mayobridge ‘B’; 2.30pm Birthday Party; 8pm Bingo

Monday 23rd  

11am Men’s Shed trip to Tayto Tandragee; 6.30pm Secondary School aged Drop-in; 7pm Girls Club for First Year+; 7pm Dunaman Community meeting; 7pm P6 Football in the hall; 7.30pm Irish Language Beginners Class; 9pm Lotto

Tuesday 24th  

 

6pm Irish Dancing; 6.30pm to 7.30pm, Kilkeel Library presents Irish sources of local place-names by Gordon McCoy Irish Language Education Officer East Belfast Mission, everyone welcome (booking essential); 7pm Primary School aged Drop-in; 7.15pm Bootcamp.