ATHEA GAA CLUB NOTES
3 Year Plan Workshop
We hope to get back working on the 3 Year Plan for Athea GAA ASAP to guide us in the development of our Club over the next 3 years. A public meeting will take place on Thursday March 10th at 7.30pm at Con Colbert Hall. All are welcome.
Membership now Open for 2022
CLUB MEMBERSHIP is the cornerstone to the success and the running of your Club and we would deeply appreciate it if you would support your Club by becoming a member for 2022. Thanks to everyone who has purchased membership/tickets to date. By purchasing any of the membership options, you are helping to reduce our outstanding loan balance of €33,000 and to progress our Club Development Plan at Pairc na nGael.
Register online by following the link below or by finding the link on our social media pages
Athea GAA Club – Membership – Fundraising – Clubforce
Lotto. Club lotteries have been a regular part of fundraising efforts at sports clubs in Ireland for decades and Clubforce (as locallotto.ie) became the online home of club and society lotteries over 10 years ago.
Changes to draw for All Ireland Tickets 2022
If Limerick are fortunate to feature in an All Ireland Final in 2022, it is expected an allocation of tickets will be made available to Athea GAA Club. An open draw will then take place for tickets. In order to put your name forward for the draw, the following must be in place prior to the draw;
1. Membership to be paid in full (player/non player/track user)
2. A Ticket to be purchased in advance for either the Club Limerick Draw (Mackey) or the Athea GAA Club Development Draw
Only when both of the above are in place can a name be put forward for inclusion in the draw.
Dogs at the Walking Track
Dogs are welcome at the walking track, but we are appealing to all dog owners to please keep your dog on a lead for the safety of all track users. We would also remind everyone to please clean up after your dog.
A huge thank you to Ciaran Carey and Niamh for their fantastic presentation on Friday evening last at Con Colbert Hall, educating the public on services such as My Move Counselling for addiction and mental health. It’s safe to say everyone took valuable advice from the presentation and how crucial it is to ask for help when in a difficult place and feeling like you’re alone. From the Healthy Athea Committee we would like to thank everyone for attending the presentation. It’s great to see people in the community coming together for events like this. Hopefully many more to come.