Harps Notes 3rd February 2020

posted 3 Feb 2020, 06:19 by Derrygonnelly Harps   [ updated 9 Feb 2020, 04:18 ]

The Harps Lotto jackpot, now £3600, was not won on Sunday night. The numbers were 9, 13, 24 & 28. £20 each went to Paula McGlone, Pat McGrath, both Boho, and Mary McRoe, Enniskillen. Sunday night’s draw will be held in Old Pals with Gavin Duffy, Mary Cox and John Murphy on Lotto duty.

The club’s February committee meeting will be held this Thursday night at 9pm in the clubrooms.

The floodlights will be turned on again this Thursday from 7pm to 8pm for the 3rd week of the Ireland-wide GAA initiative. We invite everyone from the community to get together and socialise in a healthy way on these dark winter nights by using this opportunity to walk around the main pitch. A torch or head torch and high vis clothing is recommended. Children are very welcome but must be supervised by a parent or guardian. Unfortunately due to health and safety concerns, we can't accommodate dogs. Jacqui Magee & Colette Duffy from the club's Health & Wellbeing committee will be there to get everyone registered and to keep everything in order!

Yoga with Jim Fawcett continues this Wednesday from 7-8pm for Beginners and 8.15-9.15pm for Sports. New faces always welcome.

Our teenfit class for secondary school girls, coached by Jackie Cassidy, continues this Thursday from 7-7.45pm. £1 per class.

We are moving into the final week of our National draw promotion. There are 20 prizes to be won in this fantastic draw, with all profits made going directly to the promoting clubs. This year’s top prize is a Renault Clio, with a further nineteen prizes including Croke Park Concert or  All Ireland weekend packages, €1000 shopping vouchers and more. All support for our club’s fundraisers is very much appreciated, as is the promotion work by our members to make these initiatives successful for us. A big effort this week please! 

People may also have seen a number of Derrygonnelly Harps team posters in local outlets over the last while. These are the final part of our Action Mental Health fundraiser. The charge is £2 each or £5 for 3. The posters were kindly donated by the Print Factory. We hope to add the money from this to the money from the car wash in December and forward to Action Mental Health quite soon.

Finally, thank you to all of the Harps’ volunteers who gave up their time to help out with stewarding at the MacRory playoff match on Saturday. Some of us may well be on duty again this Sunday for the Fermanagh Ladies match. A very big crowd was parked and directed very clearly, so many thanks again.