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Midleton GAA News 26th November 2012

26 November, 2012

Juvenile Notes

With the nights closing in and the main pitch closing for the winter team training venues and times will be changing. Keep an eye on the club website on the juvenile team page for your child’s team training times. Team managers will update teams by text when changes are due. We would ask parents to encourage their children to practice during the week even if the weather is bad, parents can practice catching the ball indoors. For players from junior infants to Fe 9 please remember to bring your €2 to training sessions. This money is vital to keep the juvenile section of the club funded.

Christmas Raffle Tickets
Anyone looking for tickets can get them from the club bar or from juvenile team managers.
Those who have sold their tickets or have unsold tickets please bring them back to your next training session or to Jim O’Sullivan, Mary Quinn or Cormac Quirke.
Many thanks to our prize sponsors again this year who have again come up trumps for the club.

Juvenile AGM
This years AGM will take place on the 29th of November. Anyone wishing to act on the committee should let any current committee member know in advance of the meeting. We would welcome new members to attend.

Club Gear
With Christmas fast approaching, club playing and leisure wear or vouchers can be purchased for presents. Just contact any of the team selectors or you can enquire through the club website . The Club shop will be open from 7.30 to 8.30 on Thursday evenings and from 11am to 12pm on Saturday mornings. Anyone looking for Christmas presents can also buy gift vouchers from the club shop. For full price list and images of the gear click HERE

Midleton Tidy Towns


Midleton Tidy Towns made a submission to the EMC Heritage Trust based in USA recently called "Midleton's Heritage Comes Alive!". Our entry has been selected as one of seven shortlisted finalists for the EMC HERITAGE TRUST DIGITAL HERITAGE AWARDS CONTEST. This annual global award contest is run by EMC and makes awards to community organisations who engage in the preservation of heritage online in 7 countries including Ireland, USA, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Chile, South Africa and UK. The submission was made with the voluntary help of several local heritage experts.
 The Tidy Towns committee is planning to create a digital online archive on Midleton's heritage from the mid-18th century to present day with the help of local volunteers and heritage experts. Currently this information is only available in print format. The online collection will include historical photos, information on protected buildings and the town's formation, interesting anecdotes, preserved documents and audio recordings. Committee Secretary Nick Becker commented: "Once created this information will become a sustainable resource for our younger generations and school teachers, visitors to Midleton will be encouraged to spend more time in our town which will benefit our business community in the long run. We are asking everyone in Midleton to cast their vote please".
User Voting to select the final winning entry will take place on the EMC Heritage Trust Facebook page and voting starts on December 10, 2012. We are in line to win top prize of $15,000 and we need everyone in Midleton to vote for our entry. Voting is done by submitting your private email address. Please help us win this fantastic prize by logging onto the following site!


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