Latton GAA Club Club Notes – Week Beginning 1st January 2018
Lotto Numbers.Next weeks Jackpot is €7,500. Thanks for continued support of our weekly Lotto- Our Lotto will resume next Monday 8th January 2018.
FRIENDS OF LATTON-Its that time of year again,when Friends of Latton,annual contribution fall due, a very sincere thank you to all,who have already paid this years contribution . If your contribution is outstanding can you contact your executive member to arrange payment.The club greatly appreciate the generousity of all contributors to the Friends of Latton,your generousity is greatly contributing to the ongoing developments and maintenance of club facilities,as currently underway,with the earth moving and leveling for the additional playing field,fully light walking track etc.”LATTON O’RAHILLY G.A.A. CLUB-AT THE HEARTH OF THE COMMUNITY”.
Goal MileDermot & Christina Weldon latton would like to send a sincere thank you to all who came out on St Stephen’s morning to walk a mile in Aid of GOAL . A total of 815 was raised .
Christmas Party NightFriday 29th December seen us celebrate our Christmas Party with the Davis Brothers . A greart night was had by those who came along for the fnal event of our Centenary year. We thanks you for such great attendances at our event during a very busy 2017.
New Year wishesWe would like to wish each and everyone involved in our Club in any way a very Happy New Year . Thanks for all your support in 2017 and we look forward to your continued support in 2018.
Mc Kenna Cup We would like to wish our club Representatives alll the best in the campaign in 2018.
Latton O’Rahilly Club Lights Up with Operation TransformationIn a bid to make exercise more accessible on the dark winter nights, ‘Ireland Lights Up’ will see participating clubs turn on their floodlights/lighting systems between 7-pm-9pm each Monday for a six-week period (22nd January – 26th February, 2018) as Operation Transformation returns to our screens in the New Year.Each Tuesday/ Thursday our club and community members will be invited to come together at participating clubs to walk off the Christmas excess, catch up with their neighbours, and banish the winter blues. (Walking is proven to benefit both our physical and mental health.) GAA clubs are already becoming hubs for health through the Healthy Clubs Project, with at least one Healthy Club in each county.During the six-week period Operation Transformation cameras will visit a selection of participating clubs ( You never Know we might be chsoen ) across the series, with all clubs encouraged to capture their stories via videos and images for use on the show, GAA.ie, and RTE’s various platforms.