May 2004 Newsletter
look forward to our Official Opening on 19th May. Hope to see
you all there.
to May’s Newsletter. We hope better weather is on the way especially
as we await this years Wonderful and colourful Parade for the
Bealtaine Festival. It will be on the first week in May. Parade
on Friday 30th April around 8 pm. Newbridge will be awash with
Children dressed up in bright colours and Street Artists will
be in attendance to entertain the large crowds expected. We would
like to wish our members doing exams in VTOS the very best of
luck, and would say to them to take it easy and not to allow themselves
to become stressed or pressurised . You are all doing very well.
We are here to support you.
going to school Another morning has arrived as the little kids
get up from bed just look at the innocent ,hardy child awoken
from dreams with a sleepy head immediately get ready for the day
with clothes neat a hurried meal their little hearts full of play
face another school time ordeal.
To the school they hurry along not knowing the reason for it all
in their fantasy World nothing wrong as they all line up at the
whistle wall drawing and arithmetic have to learn with curious
eyes and a working hand sometimes alone for mum they yearn but
school is over all is grand.
enchanting faces learning a lot which will benefit in future years
a good education these kids have got. May they learn with fun
and little fears each child to grow strong and unique with goodness,
culture and caring ways for future generations they will speak
to lead this world to Better days.
COMING TO AN END
points clear with Nine games to go, Arsenal are on their way to
another premiership title. I had a look at what game’s are in
store for them and I think they have it in the bag. Bolton home,
Man. U home, Liverpool home, Newcastle away, Leeds home, spurs
away, Birmingham home Fulham away, Leicester home
IRISH LINCOLNSHIRE PREMIER HANDICAP
This was run on the Curragh on March 21st last. It was 1 mile
long. It was won by TOLPUDDLE which is trained by Tommy Stack,
was ridden by W.N. Lordan, at a price of 9-2. It is owned by P.A.
Doyle, who got €55,335. The jockey got 10% of this. The trainer
also got 10%.
Second was Eurolink Rooster who was 20-1, ridden by D.M. Grant
and owned by T Manley who got €17,000. Third was Doire Chrinn
which was trained by D.P. Kelly, ridden by D.J. Moran and was
owned by Emmet Quinn, who got €8,500. Fourth was “Bricks and Porter”
which was trained by John A Quinn & ridden by P.B. Beggy, at a
price of 12-1. The owner is Greensbridge Syndicate who got €3,400.
Please can you help me out? Of course-which way did you come in.
do snowmen go to dance?
Q What can
you serve but never eat?
do you call a man with a spade?
do you call a man who’s lost his spade?
do you make a Maltese cross?
on his toes.
Q What do you
do with a blue banana?
to cheer it up?
does Tarzan get his loin-cloths?
do you call a gorilla with a machine-gun?
do you put criminal sheep?
are four Grand Slam tournaments throughout the year .They consist
of Wimbledon, which was won by Roger Feeder this year, The Swiss
sensation, who went on to win the Australian open as well. The
US open Grand slam winner was Andy Roddick who has taken over
Pete Sampras and Agassi as the next American number one. will
he equal Sampras’s seven grand slam titles we will have to wait
and see. The French open was won by Juan Carlos Ferrero who got
to the final the previous year only to be beaten by his Spanish
compatriot Albert Costa. The ATP goes on throughout the year with
valuable ranking points at stake Feeder holds the number one spot.
The top ten is what the top players want to get involved in a
big accomplishment. The Davis cup is over Ireland lost to Hungary
and Great Britain beat Luxemburg in their group.
Get Well wishes to: All our members who are unwell.
Wishes to: Stephen L, Stephen C, Tony, Frances, Patrick, Pat,
to our new members: Thomas.
Disclaimer The views, opinions and beliefs expressed in this newsletter
are not necessarily the views of Platinum Clubhouse.
Patricia, Tom S, Philip, Robert, Stephen, Patrick, Caroline, Eileen,
Lydia, Paul Editorial Team: Breda, Tom, Caroline, Lydia
Team: Breda, Tom, Caroline, Lydia