High School of Dance
Levation Dance School has a new Acro and Air Arts and TRIPLE AS programs.
It combines ACRO’s fall, balance and flexibility skills with some of the exciting skills learned at Euro Hop, and you have a unique new program specific to ESPA students.
Students enrolled in this class will also have the option to take additional classes in the Acrobat class and become members of our TRIPLE A SQUAD, allowing competition and performance opportunities as an acro group.
More information is available at www.elevationschoolofperformingarts. com / Basic-01.
Win a house and a car
The Glenali Hurling Club’s ‘Win House and Car’ fundraising campaign is well-received locally.
To purchase a ticket, visit winahouseandcarinwicklow.com. Hard copy tickets are available at Brown Store Glennelia or please contact any committee member.
Follow the Glenealy Hurling Club on social media to keep up to date with the competition and other bonuses.
Glenali IT Center
Registration for the following part-time courses starting in September 2021 is currently underway at the Glenali IT Center.
ECDL, manual and computerized bookkeeping and payroll, Photoshop, Advanced Word and Excel. Phone 0404 44980/087 3113352.
Film Production Course – Looking for a career in film and creative media? They want to take advantage of job opportunities in the film industry. A new program has been launched. Beginning this September, the BTEC International Diploma Part-Time Course is a project-based, interactive and creative training program, focusing on ‘hands on’ practical skills. It covers cinematography, lighting, audio production, film production, and real estate. Complete financial support based on criteria. Register now because space is limited.
Contact Glenali IT Center on 0404 44980/087 3113352.
A.D. The names of all the people who completed the domestic energy survey by 2020 have been added to the MiHome home energy control kit by the Larg-Glendalo Sustainable Energy Action Team.
Congratulations to Michael Kulen, the Kitty winner.
The United Nations Climate Change Report has clearly outlined the challenges that even small rural communities, such as the Large / Glendalog, face. Climate change is now “widespread, rapid and intensifying” and the window is closing quickly to prevent catastrophic change.
The report also warns that rising temperatures, droughts and floods, and key temperatures will only break ten years from now.
Improving energy efficiency in our communities is critical to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and avoiding dependence on fossil fuels.
The Wicklow County Council plans to temporarily close the Coly Row Street in Wicklow City in October.
The temporary closure will take place from Monday, October 11 to Wednesday, October 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Roads will be in place and off Glende Road, drivers will have to continue straight and make their way to Summerhill, then leave at Cryon Park Square.
From Crinion Park, head straight to Summerhill Square and then right at the intersection with Glendale Road.
Road closures are essential for gas indoor connections.
Roundwood and the Woreda Community Council are registered to administer the Senior Alarm Program, which provides assistance to the elderly.
In the event of an emergency, a personal alarm is a guarantee that you will be able to contact family members or neighbors quickly.
Provides peace of mind and security. For more information, please call 086 8055040.
Maternal and infant groups
Brockag Resource Center has now provided space for mothers, babies and adolescents.
If you are interested in managing this group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as there is currently financial support.
Under this program, financial support applications should only be made by non-profit and parental and community groups that involve parent involvement in the community.
Grants usually range from € 100 to € 1,250.
Wildflowers on Facebook
The Larag and Glendalo communities are home to beautiful wildflowers that bloom in the summer.
Although often unnoticed, these wildflowers provide an important source of nutrients for our pollen suppliers.
Using photos, a new Facebook page has been created to provide information on wildflowers growing in the area, and their names and distribution.
The only organization that supports the elderly is providing a national support line and additional support for older people who have or are having problems with VV-19.
Only call 0818 222 024 if you are concerned about your own safety or the safety of an older person you know.
Check out Wwwalone.ie
The tennis court at the Anamo Center is back.
If you have any questions or would like to make a reservation, please contact Christine on 086 805 7431.
Children’s tennis coach is held every Saturday at the Anamo Center.
Anyone interested in participating on Saturday mornings can visit www.jsta.ie to book a place for children’s tennis.
Grand Salam Bridge
This week was the second night of the New Season Bridge Club season, as recommended by the CBAI governing body in accordance with the new protocol guidelines.
Members and visitors alike are playing on a protected bridge behind a large clear perimeter division.
When the players arrive wearing masks, the Dominican Ecology Conference Room is well lit and the windows are open and there is a hand sanitizer. Once the players are seated, the masks can be removed.
The club is very concerned about providing a functional playground and has gone to great lengths to try to balance the health and safety of everyone now and in the future.
The new venue will take on something that is familiar to everyone, but so far the club’s actions seem to be allowing Wednesday night’s matches to resume.
The results of the first night in the North-South position saw Jennifer and Paddy Finnegan beat Caroline Brown and Pam McDonald to second. In third place was Linda Walsh and her partner Rose Behan.
Mary Dickinson and Michael Ryan, the two-time winners of the East-West, showed off their clean heels to second-placed Una McGowran and Larry Ryan.
In third place were Claire Sally and Margaret Grant.
The results of the second night saw Margaret Grant and Claire Sally win the North-South pair. Linda Walsh and Carol Woodden came in second, followed by Susiy Byron and Evelyn Hasti.
The East-West couple won by Rose Behan and Billy Dunne. In second place were Maggie Glenfield and Daphne Walne, followed by Una McGowran and Larry Ryan.
If anyone would like to provide the service or share the skills with the team, please contact the Center. For more information, call Dennis at 0404 45600, email email@example.com or log on to the Center.
Larag / Glendalo’s active retirement team wants to express their heartfelt condolences to their families after hearing about the sudden passing of Frank Oliver Croati.
He was a member of the group and attended weekly meetings and monthly lunches before VV.
He misses all of Larag and Glendalo’s active retirement and all members of the local community.
The next meeting will be on Tuesday, September 28, at the Breakfast Center for Tea / Coffee, Light Exercise and 10.45 to 12 p.m.
We hope things will return to normal in October and the weekly meetings should be able to resume.
Bingo is expected to continue on the radar in October, it has been confirmed.
The Rddrum Development Association (RDA) Weekly Games in the RDA Hall in the RDA Hall has been going on since the outbreak of VV-19. However, changes to public health guidelines will allow some home events, including bingo, to continue in October.