Dates for Your Diary

Hi Folks

Congratulations to all who took part in the Fund Raising Event for Castleisland Day Centre on September 27th last. A major success, plenty of positive feedback and every one returned safely. A special mention for John Breen for his major contribution.

At the club meeting on the 24th, a number of decisions were taken;

Dates for Your Diary;

Winter Training; Due to the loss of day light hours, Club Training will take place over the winter each Wednesday evening, leaving MacElligotts, Castleisland at 7.00 pm, and doing one or two laps out to Ballycarthy roundabout and back. Front and rear lights are mandatory, and Hi-Vis is recommended. This training will take place regardless of the weather with the exception of ice/freezing temperatures. A further weekend session will probably also be run, depending on interest levels. It would be a shame to let our current fitness levels fade over the Winter.

October 24/25; We will take a social cycle, leaving Currow at 11.00am, destination to be decided, one night B&B and return on Sunday, somewhere in the 35 – 45 mile radius, all suggestions greatly appreciated. Kenmare looks like a possibility. Please confirm your participation by text to me no later than 7th of October. Support vehicle will accompany.

December 5th; Club Christmas Social in KIllarney, Hotel function room provisionally booked, however I will need confirmed numbers no later that the 15th of October. Set menu, usual fare €39 pp.

AGM; Date to be confirmed, but will be end of November.

Due to the greater flexibility of the web site as a means of keeping club members fully informed about developments, I will use the site as the ‘main notice board’ and will send a simple text “Check Site for Update” in future.

Kind Regards

Eamonn Collier

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