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Health & Wellbeing: A very interesting, informative and important meeting is taking place in Scotstown Complex on Wednesday night next November 28th at 8.00pm. This is a meeting that all young adults and parents should attend. Philly McMahon, the Dublin GAA star, will be there to tell about his family’s encounter with the effects of drugs and by extension the other life-ruining attractions of modern day Ireland. There will be other interesting speakers there too and they will all be well worth listening to. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge. Well done to the Health and Wellbeing committee of the Scotstown club who has organised this opportunity for open discussion of this terrible plague. Each club and organisation has been invited and the public of Monaghan and beyond is welcome to attend. The title of the night is ‘Choices’ and we should all attend to hear what the choices are and how to make the right choices and how not to make the wrong choices. Coffee Morning: Another lovely Tea/Coffee morning in the Village Kitchen on Wednesday last and a few new faces which is great to see. We are also very pleased to say that Paudie in Emyvale Post Office part sponsored the morning last week, which means that we will be able to continue with the event into the weeks ahead. If you call in the Post Office says a little thank you to Paudie for his support and we hope that everyone will support the Post office as we do not want to see it on the list of Offices for Closure. Last week we had a Poetry reading session and the poems selected were ones that most learned at school and were able to say along with the reader. We also heard a different slant to the story of Cinderella!! We are looking forward to next week as one of those present is hoping to have a poem for us that has local interest, also from former school days and we will have something else too to entertain. Next week will be sponsored by Dermot and Nicholas from McMahon’s Shop and we thank them sincerely for their generosity. Hope to see you there at 10.30am. There is no ‘Closing Time’ and you can leave as early as you like and stay as long as you like. Date to Remember: Due o the amazing success of last year’s ‘do-nut day’ for Brother Kevin Crowley, Capuchin Day Center, Marie Colleran and friends have decided to do it again this year. It will be at Oakland Centre, Glaslough, on Friday, December 7th 2018 from 10.00am to 6.00pm. On behalf of the needy and homeless of Dublin Inner City, we are asking your support again this year. Last year’s amount raised was €3,814 and was delivered personally to Brother Kevin before Christmas 2017. Your generous support would be appreciated again this year. Yoga:Following great feedback from the participants who took part in our 6 week term of yoga classes we are delighted to announce that the class will be continuing for another 4 week term. This term will begin in Emyvale Tuesday 27th November at 9.30am. Yoga improves flexibility, builds muscle strength, perfects your posture, better your bone health, improves blood flow, improves sleep and has numerous other benefits. So it you are dropping your kids to school or want to kill an hour on a Tuesday morning, this will be the place to be! This class is for all ages 18+ regardless of age or previous experience - all are welcome. You will be in the care of an experienced instructor. Early booking is advised as places are limited. To book your place please call 042-9755126 or email pgallier@monaghancoco.ie WHERE - Taking place in the North Monaghan Sports Hub, located upstairs in the Emyvale Leisure Centre. WHEN - Tuesday mornings at 9.30am for 4 weeks, beginning Tuesday 27th November. Suitable for all abilities. €15 for the term. Must bring own mat. Early booking advisable as places are limitied. For more information or to book please contact Paul in Monaghan Sports Partnership on 042-9755126
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Community News:
Health & Wellbeing: A very interesting, informative and important meeting is taking place in Scotstown Complex on Wednesday night next November 28th at 8.00pm. This is a meeting that all young adults and parents should attend. Philly McMahon, the Dublin GAA star, will be there to tell about his family’s encounter with the effects of drugs and by extension the other life-ruining attractions of modern day Ireland. There will be other interesting speakers there too and they will all be well worth listening to. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge. Well done to the Health and Wellbeing committee of the Scotstown club who has organised this opportunity for open discussion of this terrible plague. Each club and organisation has been invited and the public of Monaghan and beyond is welcome to attend. The title of the night is ‘Choices’ and we should all attend to hear what the choices are and how to make the right choices and how not to make the wrong choices. Coffee Morning: Another lovely Tea/Coffee morning in the Village Kitchen on Wednesday last and a few new faces which is great to see. We are also very pleased to say that Paudie in Emyvale Post Office part sponsored the morning last week, which means that we will be able to continue with the event into the weeks ahead. If you call in the Post Office says a little thank you to Paudie for his support and we hope that everyone will support the Post office as we do not want to see it on the list of Offices for Closure. Last week we had a Poetry reading session and the poems selected were ones that most learned at school and were able to say along with the reader. We also heard a different slant to the story of Cinderella!! We are looking forward to next week as one of those present is hoping to have a poem for us that has local interest, also from former school days and we will have something else too to entertain. Next week will be sponsored by Dermot and Nicholas from McMahon’s Shop and we thank them sincerely for their generosity. Hope to see you there at 10.30am. There is no ‘Closing Time’ and you can leave as early as you like and stay as long as you like. Date to Remember: Due o the amazing success of last year’s ‘do-nut day’ for Brother Kevin Crowley, Capuchin Day Center, Marie Colleran and friends have decided to do it again this year. It will be at Oakland Centre, Glaslough, on Friday, December 7th 2018 from 10.00am to 6.00pm. On behalf of the needy and homeless of Dublin Inner City, we are asking your support again this year. Last year’s amount raised was €3,814 and was delivered personally to Brother Kevin before Christmas 2017. Your generous support would be appreciated again this year. Yoga:Following great feedback from the participants who took part in our 6 week term of yoga classes we are delighted to announce that the class will be continuing for another 4 week term. This term will begin in Emyvale Tuesday 27th November at 9.30am. Yoga improves flexibility, builds muscle strength, perfects your posture, better your bone health, improves blood flow, improves sleep and has numerous other benefits. So it you are dropping your kids to school or want to kill an hour on a Tuesday morning, this will be the place to be! This class is for all ages 18+ regardless of age or previous experience - all are welcome. You will be in the care of an experienced instructor. Early booking is advised as places are limited. To book your place please call 042-9755126 or email pgallier@monaghancoco.ie WHERE - Taking place in the North Monaghan Sports Hub, located upstairs in the Emyvale Leisure Centre. WHEN - Tuesday mornings at 9.30am for 4 weeks, beginning Tuesday 27th November. Suitable for all abilities. €15 for the term. Must bring own mat. Early booking advisable as places are limitied. For more information or to book please contact Paul in Monaghan Sports Partnership on 042-9755126
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