The Academy’s main fundraising event is set to take place on Sat 4 Mar. Put this date in your diary now, support the Academy’s only fundraiser and watch out for more news about your Year Groups allotted time.
Damien Byrne, SSIP Manager, has just announced the launch of Cuala’s very own Men’s Shed. A place where men, regardless of age, background, or ability can learn and teach through doing stuff together while improving their own well-being by keeping physically, mentally and socially active. Open every Friday, 11 – 2 starting 10 Feb
The formal Cuala story can be traced from records of games in the area in the late-19th century and on through a variety of mergers, off-shoots, ‘rests’ and ressurections involving local clubs like Cuala Hurling Club, Naomh Mhuire, St Begnet’s, Dalkey Mitchell’s, Roger Casements and Cuala Boys. All of these clubs are part of the great Cuala journey – their history and that of the modern club are inseparable.
Cuala’s Sports & Social Integration Project is exploring the possibility of setting up a Men’s Shed for the local area. If you have any experience of setting up a men’s shed or are just interested in helping, Damian Byrne would like to hear from you.
Gambling addiction is becoming more prevalent in Irish society – especially among young men involved in sport. This seminar is an important resource for players, coaches and parents who have an interest in this area.
SSIP Project Manager, Damien Byrne, reminds us that the Womens Mini Marathon has traditionally enjoyed great support of Cuala. We want to maintain this fine tradition in 2016 and were looking for youth and adult volunteers to help administer Water Stations on 6 June.