September Mona Newsletter

_____________September Editorial____________

Autumn is with us again.  Back to school, dark nights.  A good time to think of doing a course or maybe a night-class. We in Tir na Mona will be looking for people to participate in personal development courses - contact any committee member - if you are interested. Well! we are still continuing with our Legal Status process.  This will take a bit of time to sort out. Congratulations to all who worked so hard to make our Wild West Jamboree such a success - pity about the weather on the night. Well done Kildare on winning the Leinster Final and also the All Ireland Semi - Final.  We wish them the best of luck in the All Ireland Final. A.G.M.  time is with us again and we would welcome as many people as possible to attend our Tir na Mona A.G.M. in Peter's Pub Timahoe on Wednesday 23rd September at 8.30.  Please come along and support.

Liam Holton

News Items Wanted

Come on everybody! That's the message we would like to pass on to all you budding writers.  We need people to write stories or articles for the Newsletter.  It doesn't matter what the topic is.  Once you've written that article or story, you pass it on to any of us at the Newsletter.  We will be only too happy to print it.  So come on everybody, get writing.

School Power

All you children our there.  How would you like to see your poem, story, message, article etc. printed for everyone in the community to see. Why not write for the newsletter. You never know there just might be a little surprise at the end of the year!!!  What ever you do don't hesitate to give your work to any of us.

Up Kildare

The weekend saw great things for sport in Kildare and in Ireland.  Kildare won their Semi-final match against Kerry and Eddie Jordan's cars came 1st and 2nd in the Belgian Grand Prix.  The celebrations in Clane on Sunday night were out of this world, with hundreds of supporters lining the main the street of Clane.   C.K.R. had their Roadshow at the church of Clane and the music carried on until 11.30.   There were people of all ages there and for the majority of the time there was no trouble.  Let's hope we will do the same again in the four weeks time.


The views represented in this Newsletter are not necessarily the views of the MONA committee. While every attempt is made to print factual information, we are not responsible for third party information that may be incorrect at time of going to press. Where errors occur, every attempt will be made to redress and amend. All parties have the right to reply within the MONA Newsletter.

Thank you.


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