We had a great joint meeting with Clonmel toastmasters on 9th Jan. hosted by Jimmy Ryan as toastmaster for the night.
Clonmel club had two speakers, Jim Keating and Alan O’ Flynn, while Cashel were represented by Coman Wilkinson and Aine O Dwyer. All speakers were entertaining and inspiring. Mick White from Clonmel was our topicsmaster and got us all involved in various discussions. Our next meeting is on Thursday January 30th. Guests are welcome as always to our meetings in Gleesons Bar. In general meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. See you there!
Senior Citizens Party
Cashel Lions Club will host the annual senior citizens party at Halla na Feile on Sunday afternoon, January 26th at 1.30pm. It is hoped to get invitations out to all eligible guests during the next week. If you don’t receive one let not that deter you from coming. You will be very welcome. The party will take to usual format of a hot punch reception, followed by a four-course meal and a dance. If you require transport do let the Lions know, especially Paul Monks 086-2359886 or Paddy Downey 087-2460308. This is usually a most enjoyable occasion and the Lions hope that as many people as possible will come along and enjoy themselves.
Spafield Family Resource Centre
Rainbows Ireland,is a peer-support programme to assist children and young people experiencing a significant loss in their lives through a death, separation or divorce in their family. This programme starts in February. For further information please contact Fiona in the centre on 062/63622 Parent and Toddler group runs in Spafield Family Resource Centre every Tuesday morning from 10.30pm - 12pm. New members welcome.
Cllr Martin Browne has called the decision to stand down the second ambulance in Cashel for a week over the Christmas period “crazy and dangerous.” Cllr Browne intends to call a public meeting soon, to fight for its retention.