There will be a Foundation Football Course on Saturday 22nd February in Garvaghey GAA Centre commencing at 9.30am - 4.30pm. Any coach interested in attending is required to contact Club Coaching officer Sean Teague tel: 07769331657. All Coaches are required to bring indoor and outdoor gear.
CHILD PROTECTION COURSE
A Child Protection Course is scheduled for Friday 21st February in Garvaghey GAA Centre commencing at 7.30pm. It is compulsory that you attend both courses to complete the Foundation Course.
Club Membership and Registration for 2014 will take place on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th February in the club rooms after mass.
ANNUAL CULTURE NIGHT
The Annual Culture Night is fast approaching and anyone who would or could contribute to the music/drama/dancing etc or help with the organisation (planned for St Patricks week) can come to the hall at 7pm on Monday 3rd February or contact Amanda Donnelly in the evenings on 07515339123.
Anyone who may be interested in cooking/catering for the Senior Footballers on a Tuesday evening after training can phone with a quote Collie on 07970379741.
The annual dinner dance took place on Saturday night in the community hall and although numbers were down on previous years it was still a great night. The club would like to thank everyone who helped in anyway with the dinner dance and also thank The Charm Inn for a delicious meal and great service and also to Hype for the great entertainment.
IRISH YOUTH CLUB
Irish Youth club starts back Thursday 30th January 6.30 - 8pm.
IRISH CONVERSATIONAL CLASS
Irish conversational class for beginners starting Thursday 30th 8-9pm. Anybody interested in signing up contact Sinéad Warnock on 07849394001 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This class focuses on learning conversational Irish that you can use in your everyday life, all ages welcome.
PARENT & TODDLER GROUP
Will continue every Thursday in the Old School House from 10am to 12noon, all parents, grandparents and careers are welcome to come along with children up to 5 years old.
DEVELOPMENT OF GREENCASTLE
Over the past number of years Omagh District Council has been assisting communities in villages throughout the district to develop Action Plans to deliver a range of initiatives to assist in the regeneration of areas throughout the district.
The process has proved particularly useful in assisting local communities to bid into a number of funding streams which have been available, and in anticipation of a new tranche of funding, including the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, the Council wishes to assist the community of Greencastle to develop an Action Plan which will contain a raft of initiatives to leave the community in a state of readiness to apply for future funding. The plan will also prove to be a useful tool to assist the local community in lobbying Statutory Agencies for the commencement of any schemes/initiatives which have been clearly identified within the area.
The Council would therefore welcome the attendance of all interested parties who would like to contribute to the development of Greencastle at a workshop which is being held in Greencastle Community Centre at 7.00 pm on Thursday 6 February 2014.
An invitation is extended to the Greencastle community to come together to develop an Action Plan for the development and regeneration of Greencastle.