Coiste Chontae Liatroma C.L.C.G.

 

The National Inclusion and Integration committee through the local Coiste Chontae Liatroma Inclusion and Integration Committee are asking that all clubs would host a “Fáilte Isteach” morning to which all members of the local community would be invited. The invitation should be all inclusive, inviting new members, members of non Irish communities, newcomers to the area, minority groups, people with disabilities, and in general, people in the community who have not been involved in the GAA club.

 

For this occasion the club would provide a very warm welcome, introduce new members to the GAA game with the go games model being used.

 

Introduce new members to the clubs facilities, dressing rooms , meeting areas,Gym etc.

 

Display all club memorabilia, and perhaps video’s of games at all ages in which the club took part.

 

This exercise can have many benefits,

 

  • Newcomers to the community get the opportunity to get involved in the local GAA club.

  • Increase the club’s membership,

  • New people could come on board to help with the running of the club.

  • Increase the playing numbers particularly at under age, at a time when the numbers available to play our games is getting smaller.

 

There are many benefits for the club, and the local community from this exercise. It is hoped that all clubs will make an effort to host a “Failte Isteach” morning in the not too distant future and preferable before the end of March.

 

For further enquiries contact the Inclusion and Integration officer of Coiste Chontae Liatroma Gearoid MacSamhráin 0863742058 or email gerry.mcgovern.oifigeach@gaa.ie

 

 

The invitation should be all inclusive, inviting new members, members of non Irish communities, newcomers to the area, minority groups, people with disabilities, and in general, people in the community who have not been involved in the GAA club.

For this occasion the club would provide a very warm welcome, introduce new members to the GAA game with the go games model being used.

Introduce new members to the clubs facilities, dressing rooms , meeting areas,Gym etc.

Display all club memorabilia, and perhaps video’s of games at all ages in which the club took part.

This exercise can have many benefits,

  • Newcomers to the community get the opportunity to get involved in the local GAA club.

  • Increase the club’s membership,

  • New people could come on board to help with the running of the club.

  • Increase the playing numbers particularly at under age, at a time when the numbers available to play our games is getting smaller.

There are many benefits for the club, and the local community from this exercise. It is hoped that all clubs will make an effort to host a “Failte Isteach” morning in the not too distant future and preferable before the end of March.

For further enquiries contact the Inclusion and Integration officer of Coiste Chontae Liatroma Gearoid MacSamhráin 0863742058 or email gerry.mcgovern.oifigeach@gaa.ie

 

 

 

19-Feb-13 by Colette Fox – PRO