CLOGH PLAYERS IN ALL IRELAND HANDBALL FINALS - Saturday 6th April 2013 In O’Loughlins, Kilkenny at 11am
GU17D: Kilkenny (Denise Love & Aoilean Hennessy) v Limerick (Laura Stack & Niamh Mc Carthy)
BU16D: Kilkenny (P. Cooney & D.Caulfield) v Tipperary (Jason English & John Ryan)
MANAGE YOUR LIFE BY MANAGING YOUR MIND - This is a FREE workshop hosted by the Kilkenny Campus of NUI Maynooth, College Rd, Kilkenny to celebrate the launch of the new First Arts option (MH901) .Presented by Dr. Fergus Heffernan on Monday, 15th April OR Tuesday, 23rd April 2013
Most of us are so engaged in life and all of its anxieties that we can find it very difficult to differentiate our own issues from other peoples issues, and this is having a profound negative effect on our physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. The workshop will help us learn in a very practical and fun filled way how to have more contentment in life, by managing ourselves and our time, and freeing ourselves from fears and consistent worries.
Who should attend: Senior Level Students, (their Parents), Guidance Counsellors and Mature or FETAC students interested in developing skills that will support the transition to College life. A short CAO Information session will take place following the above event.
Further details and an online registration form can be found at: www.nuimkilkennyfirstartsapril2013.eventbrite.ie OR by email:firstname.lastname@example.org
FAS AGM - The Annual General Meeting of the Board of Directors of the local Community Employment Scheme (CES) has been brought forward to Thursday of next week 11 April at 8 pm in the small hall beside the handball alley. All sponsor groups that engage or hope to engage FAS workers are being asked to send delegates and put forward nominations for membership of the board which is to be expanded. The three executive officers Chairman Billy Love, Secretary Charlie McCarthy and Treasurer Timmy Wilson will be stepping down under the time limit rule and will be replaced.
The name FAS will in future be replaced by the name SOLUS and will be funded by the Department of Social Protection. The scheme will be completing 22 years in the parish and has served numerous projects such as tidy towns, GAA, Childcare, Meals on Wheels and Graveyard maintenance providing up to 27 jobs at a cost of approximately €450,000 a year.