Ireland Lights Up 2021 Postponed

The GAA received communication from Sport Ireland who in consultation with the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht and Sport, have requested the postponement of the Ireland Lights Up walking initiative until the start of February (dependant on the Government guidelines at that time). We were informed that this late change of position was prompted by the continued escalation of the pandemic here in Ireland.

Healthy Club ‘Every Step Counts’ Challenge will proceed

The GAA Healthy Club ‘Every Step Counts’ Challenge in partnership with Irish Life’s MyLife App will proceed as planned and will start on Wednesday, January 13th and will run for 7 weeks. In each province there are 3x O'Neills vouchers up for grabs - €2,500, €1,500 & €1,000. Any club that tracks more than 4,000km during the challenge will be entered into the prize draw in their province. You can register for Every Step Counts on MyLife and download the app here: https://mylife.irishlife.ie/home

Ten Week Draw /Crannchur Deich Seachtaine.
The final two draws were made on Sunday evening with social distancing and regulations observed the winners were:

Week 9 winners:  €1000 Mary & Andy Service, Carrick €500 Mairead Connelly, Fintra €300 Liam & Ryan Byrne, Glencolmcille €200 Tanya Byrne, Largymore, Nora Shovlin, Bavin agus Malachy Haughey, Cashlings.

Week 10 winners:  €1000 Annie Gallagher, Killybegs €500 Charlie McDevitt, Churchtown €300 Malachy McCann, Buncrana €200 Mary & Peter Hegarty, Letterkenny,  Sarah Byrne, Crolly agus Mary Ann Byrne, Straleel.

We wish to express our gratitude to all who entered this year’s draw and with all the restrictions in operation it received a fantastic response we wish also to thank all who sold tickets and helped out in any way in this vital fundraiser for the club, we are also very grateful to Fr Kevin Donaghy and Ciaran Kelly who both gave their winnings to our minor board. Full list of winners can be viewed on our website.

St Bridget’s Cross Picture

Looking for the ideal handmade Irish made gift? You can get a unique framed St Bridget’s Cross in the club colours along with a blessing all hand made using all Irish products by former club player Gabriel Gillespie originally from Curris who is now living in Co Offaly. Each picture costs €120 with a deposit of €50 required. More details on our website here: https://tinyurl.com/y5moupnn

Club Lotto and Drive in Bingo

Suspended until further notice due to Government regulations

Condolences

We would like to extend our sincere condolences to family and friends of Brendan and Ronan O’Keeney, Killybegs who passed away recently; Brendan was a familiar figure at our weekly bingos over the years. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

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