Dromard club notes

November 23, 2020

Monthly Members Draw: Thank you to all our members who have already renewed your subscriptions to our monthly members draw for the 2020-2021 year. We ask all those who have yet to do so to please consider signing up in the coming days as the deadline is approaching fast. One year’s membership costs €100. The funds raised are essential for meeting the running costs of the Club and the upkeep of the facilities at Páirc na nGael, including our new walking track. A guaranteed €800 will be given away in each monthly draw with one €500 and three €100 prizes to be won every month. In addition, subscribers will receive 2021 Membership of Dromard GAA Club, access to the weekly Club Newsletter and entry into the draw for All Ireland Hurling and Football Final tickets. To renew your membership for the 2020-2021 year or to sign up to the draw for the first time please log on to the Club force site at https://member.clubforce.com/dromardmonthlydraw  The process takes less than two minutes to complete. You can also sign up by making a payment of €100 Cash or Cheque, or payment by all Major Credit or Debit Cards (contact any member of the executive for this), or set up a Standing Order of €100 annually or 4 payments of €25 per quarter payable in advance. This can be done through online banking or in branch. Thank you to all our members for your support.

Cavan: Congratulations to Cavan on winning the Ulster Championship for the first time since 1997. In particular, well done to all the players on the Cavan panel from our neighbouring clubs, to Ciarán Brady and Finbar McAvinue from Arva, to Gowna’s Dermot McCabe who is a selector and to manager Mickey Graham and all involved.

New Walking Track: Its great to see our new walking track being used extensively. Please be aware that the lights on the walkway turn off at 10pm each night. You are also asked to please remember when using the walking track to keep your dogs on a leash and clean up dog litter. Bicycles are not allowed on the track and ask your children not to take their bikes on the track. Thank you.

Mass: Due to COVID-19 and Government guidelines, Masses are online until further notice. Mass with our Parish Priest Fr. Pat Lennon is streamed live on Saturday evening at 7pm from St. Francis Xavier Church, Moyne and at 11am on Sunday from St. Mary’s Church, Legga. The website address to view the Mass from Moyne church is churchtv.ie/moyne and for Legga the address is churchtv.ie/legga One door at both churches will remain open for private prayer during the daytime. Anniversary Masses can still be booked for Saturdays and Sundays. Please take every measure that you can to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Message to the Community on COVID-19: We hope that all our members, players and supporters are keeping well and minding yourselves. Dromard GAA club would like to offer their support to anyone in the community who needs help with collecting prescriptions, groceries or any other essential items during this difficult time. All you need to do is contact Club Chairman Gerry Sheridan on 087 2394962 and we would be more than happy to help.

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