Mount Sion GAA Club Notes
Return To Play
Ladies FootballLadies Football training returns on Friday, as always girls from 15 up to 18(this year) are more than welcome to come up and get involved, also Colin and Biff would be delighted if there was anybody willing to give a hand with the team too regarding coaching etc.
Online BingoOnline Bingo on Thursdays continues to be a big hit with more players joining by the week, remember anyone can sign up for the following week’s game at the link on the club force app. Contact Tina for any enquiries Bingo
Wild Willow CafeThe Wild Willow food truck has been a lovely addition to the club grounds and we’re delighted to see it getting great support, if you’re up around at the playground or just in the vicinity why not call in on Saturdays and Sundays between 11 and 3 and sample some lovely homemade cookies and great coffee to take away !
National Club Draw
Healthy ClubFrom our Healthy Club Officer Michael Power,
Age & Opportunity – FitLine
FitLine is a volunteer telephone line designed to help older people who want to feel a bit healthier, but perhaps don’t have the motivation, confidence or information on where or how to take that first step. The service is completely free. We’re encouraging people to free phone 1800 303 545 and learn more. After you’ve made the first call, a FitLine mentor will arrange a time to ring you every two weeks until you’re happy with your progress. FitLine mentors are volunteer older people who understand the challenges of getting active. They’ll give you information, advice and gentle encouragement to get moving. To find out more free phone I800 303 545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also visit our website at https://ageandopportunity.ie/active/fitline/ . Our FitLine leaflet is attached to this mail and provides all the details on the free service.
Ireland Lights Up / Keep Walking Keep Well
We hope to have an update on the “Ireland Lights Up – Keep Walking Keep Well” campaign later in the week, this has been postponed due to Covid restrictions but hopefully it might go ahead in a slightly different format during the summer as outdoor events are phased back in.
Engaging Men Webinar Series: Why Men’s Health?
You are invited to the first in a series of webinars focused on Engaging Men. The Why Men’s Health? webinar takes place on the 29th April from 12.00 – 13.00 and registration is here. HSE Health and Wellbeing, together with the Men’s Health Forum in Ireland, the Men’s Development Network and the Men’s Health Research Centre in IT Carlow will host this series of webinars which will bring you expert insights about the work and learning from the delivery to date of the HSE National Men’s Health Action Plan ‘Healthy Ireland Men’.
MembershipMembership/juvenile registration is now live and can be done through the Clubforce app or by following the link below. Clubforce Registration. Thanks to everyone who has paid their membership already, our club registrar Paul Galgey is available to answer any questions regarding membership and is available for anyone who may not be able to pay online, he can also answer questions about the 5 and 10 year membership schemes.
We would ask as many members as possible to join the Development Donation scheme, at this current time our only revenue is this scheme and membership. Anyone wishing to pay membership or join the Donation Scheme please contact Peter Walsh.