S.S.I.P. Manager, Damien Byrne would like to thank all those who took part in the recent Carol Singing initiative to raise funds for Simon Community and Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Outreach Project (DROP). over €2,400 was collected this year. And its not too late to make a contribution.
Cuala SSIP is organising carol singing in conjunction with the Dun Laoghaire Outreach Project (DROP). Money raised will go to the Simon Community and DROP. If you can sing or play an instrument, please help on Sat 16th Dec. at St Michael’s Church.
Cuala has always been very open and welcoming in integrating people with additional needs into our club and we commend our coaches for their successful work to date. We are now embarking formally to fully integrate children with disabilities into our club by up-skilling and empowering our mentors through a “Cual-A-bility training course to be held on Sat. Nov 18 in Ballyogan Community Centre (Updated venue!) , 10:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
Cuala and the wider GAA community was saddened to hear of the recent death of John McKnight, father of Catherine, father-in-law of Fionán Breathnach and much loved grandad of our juvenile players Caoimhe, Orla, Éabha and Eoin Breathnach
Cartlann Digiteach Cuala is delighted to announce the acquisition of a wide-ranging set of photographs and news clippings courtesy of Bridie Dunphy . This 1974 image is of a presentation to mark a wonderful season for the Minors (who finished top of the Dublin Minor Football League) and to honour the achievements of their manager, the late Mick Dunphy.