Club Planning Night – Open Invitation

Athgarvan GAA club invites anyone willing to contribute their ideas towards developing a plan for the future development of the Club to a special planning meeting in Lumville House on Wednesday, 16 February at 8.00pm – meeting to conclude at 9.30pm.
More than anything else, the club wants your ideas about games development, improving the club’s facilities, PR, fundraising, increasing the number of volunteers in the club, etc.  Indeed, we want your ideas about what needs to be improved in the club and how these improvements can be implemented.
This meeting is very important to the future of the Club and a lot of thought has been put into ensuring that it runs effectively, so that at the end of the 90 minutes we will have concrete proposals around moving things forward, in a coordinated way.
The session will be facilitated by an expert facilitator with extensive experience in GAA club development.  He will ensure that everyone has an opportunity to make a contribution and he will help us make the most of the 90 minutes.
Anyone who might be in a position to contribute to the development of Athgarvan GAA club is welcome to attend the meeting – those currently involved with club, those previously involved and those willing to consider being involved for the first time.
Ross Kierans
Club Chairperson

OPEN INVITATION

Athgarvan GAA club invites anyone willing to contribute their ideas towards developing a plan for the future development of the Club to a special planning meeting in Lumville House on Wednesday, 16 February at 8.00pm – meeting to conclude at 9.30pm.

More than anything else, the club wants your ideas about games development, improving the club’s facilities, PR, fundraising, increasing the number of volunteers in the club, etc.  Indeed, we want your ideas about what needs to be improved in the club and how these improvements can be implemented.

This meeting is very important to the future of the Club and a lot of thought has been

OPEN INVITATION

Athgarvan GAA club invites anyone willing to contribute their ideas towards developing a plan for the future development of the Club to a special planning meeting in Lumville House on Wednesday, 16 February at 8.00pm – meeting to conclude at 9.30pm.

More than anything else, the club wants your ideas about games development, improving the club’s facilities, PR, fundraising, increasing the number of volunteers in the club, etc. Indeed, we want your ideas about what needs to be improved in the club and how these improvements can be implemented.

This meeting is very important to the future of the Club and a lot of thought has been put into ensuring that it runs effectively, so that at the end of the 90 minutes we will have concrete proposals around moving things forward, in a coordinated way – with each piece of the jigsaw supporting the other pieces.

The session will be facilitated by an expert facilitator with extensive experience in GAA club development. He will ensure that everyone has an opportunity to make a contribution and he will help us make the most of the 90 minutes.

Anyone who might be in a position to contribute to the development of Athgarvan GAA club is welcome to attend the meeting – those currently involved with club, those previously involved and those willing to consider being involved for the first time.

Ross Kierans

Club Chairperson

put into ensuring that it runs effectively, so that at the end of the 90 minutes we will have concrete proposals around moving things forward, in a coordinated way – with each piece of the jigsaw supporting the other pieces.

The session will be facilitated by an expert facilitator with extensive experience in GAA club development. He will ensure that everyone has an opportunity to make a contribution and he will help us make the most of the 90 minutes.

Anyone who might be in a position to contribute to the development of Athgarvan GAA club is welcome to attend the meeting – those currently involved with club, those previously involved and those willing to consider being involved for the first time.

Ross Kierans

Club Chairperson