Ballyskenagh Drama Group will stage John B Keane’s Big Maggie in the Citeaux Hall, Streamstown, Roscrea, on Thursday, March 6; Friday, March 7, and Saturday, March 8. Check local press for booking details nearer to the time. For further information, email email@example.com
Public Speaking Training
Some people would rather jump out of a plane than speak in public. Many people feel uncomfortable when speaking in public or addressing large groups. Their throats tighten up, their heart starts thumping and their faces begin to blush – all good reasons to keep quiet. Good speaking skills can open doors, advance your career, improve your social life or enhance your involvement in the community.
Poor public speaking skills can close doors – you get passed over for a job promotion, being on the committee of your favorite sports club or you might have a brilliant idea but are unable to get it across. Don’t let your fear of public speaking hold you back. Become a confident speaker. Learn by doing in a fun and supportive environment. Visit Roscrea Toastmasters Club.
Open nights for guests and new members on Thursday January 16th and 30th January 2014. Meetings take place in Racket Hall Roscrea at 8pm sharp. New Year, new challenges. Coming in the door is the hardest part. All are welcome. Contact Noel on 087 9839484.
National Council for the Blind of Ireland – support your local charity. Donations required and much appreciated – clothes, bric-a-brac, small furniture. Can collect locally. Volunteers required – can you spare four hours weekly? Phone Jayne on (086) 3521134.
From Roscrea to New Guinea
The book was written by popular local man, Liam Doran who is a great grand nephew of John Moten. Copies of the book are now available in local shops, price €15. Copies available directly from Liam or Brian King at Roscrea Credit Union.