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Nenagh Eire Og Club Notes 07 April 2021

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Nenagh Eire Og Club Notes 07 April 2021

Lotto
 
The lotto jackpot last night, 6th April was €4,500. Results of our lotto draw, which include the ten names drawn for the supplementary draw, are available on our website and social media platforms every week.  We thank you for continuing to support our lotto and ask those that have not yet signed up or who may have cancelled their auto renew during the recent suspension of the lotto to please sign up today - the link to join is on the Club Website - http://www.nenagheireog.com/
 
Membership 
Membership for 2021 is now due and while the deadline of March 31st has been extended, we are still asking that our players and supporters please pay their membership now. Foireann is the new GAA registration system and while membership should still be paid through Clubforce or to any Committee member, members must set up their own registration on Foireann. Information on how to do this is available on the club website and details have also been shared via the various player Whatsapp Groups. Families should also set up their own registration on Foireann.ie.
 
Condolences
We extend our sympathies to the family of Michael Nagle who passed away last week. Michael was a lifelong supporter of Nenagh Eire Og who, with his family, attended Club games regularly over the years. The Nagle family have been involved in all aspects of the Club, his son Jim is a former Chairman of the senior club while his other son Noel has been involved in coaching with the camogie club. His grandchildren also played both hurling and camogie with the club. To his wife Peggy, sons Jim and Noel, daughter Marie and the extended Nagle family we offer our sincere sympathies. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
 
Irish Life Healthy Club Donation
In recognition of our role in the GAA's Community Response to Covid 19, we recently received a grant through the GAA's Healthy Club Project in association with Irish Life and we acknowledge with thanks receipt of this. In the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic the club's role as a community support system came to the fore, helping people when they needed it the most. The Healthy Club Project is supported by Healthy Ireland, the HSE, the National Office for Suicide Prevention and Irish Life. The award-winning project aims to transform clubs into hubs for health in their communities and Nenagh Eire Og are delighted to be part of this project.

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