Run4Pieta – Due to the current situation, Darkness Into Light can not take place as planned. Drumhowan GAA are taking part in a Run4Pieta fundraiser next weekend (16th/17th May). As a club we will walk/jog/run for 24 hours consecutively. We encourage as many members, families, friends and supporters to participate in this very worthy event to raise much needed funs to support the work of Pieta house. Each participant will be allocated a slot where they will walk/run and record what distance they covered. If you are interested in taking part please contact Megan on 0862247119 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be allocated a time slot which suits you. Further details will be available on our social media outlets.
Monaghan GAA It’s Good to Talk- Monaghan GAA have recently launched their “It’s Good to Talk” initiative to help support the older members of our community during this isolating time. This initiative gives those who are isolating or cocooning the opportunity to receive a call from a member of the Monaghan GAA senior team or management team. A short chat in a long day for someone who is now spending all their time at home could make all the difference. If you would like to avail of or if you know anyone who could avail of this opportunity please contact Megan on 0862247119 or by email email@example.com and the call can be organised.
Sympathy– The club wishes to offer it’s sympathy to Mary Quinn on the death of her father Packie, Martin on the death of his father in law, Club Secretary Tara, senior players Owen and Patrick, juvenile player Martin, former player Kevin, St. Bridgid players Ciara, Eimear amd Mary on the death of their grandfather. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.