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27/10/2021

Ceol na Leanai bring Cashel talent around Ireland

A meeting of Craobh Caiseal Mumhan was held in Bro Ború on Tuesday, August 9. John Geehan Cathaoirleach opened the meeting. Ann Glesson Runai read the minutes of the last meeting and they were adopted.

A meeting of Craobh Caiseal Mumhan was held in Bro Ború on Tuesday, August 9. John Geehan Cathaoirleach opened the meeting. Ann Glesson Runai read the minutes of the last meeting and they were adopted.

John Geehan informed the Branch that as a result of Ceol na Leanai concert that was held in Brú Ború as a fund raiser for the Lions Club the group were invited to perform on the Gig Rig at the Fleadh Nua in Ennis also at Cois na hAbhna and then travelled to Ballincollig to perform at the Munster Fleadh Cheoil.

The monthly music sessions and drum classes will commence on Friday, September 2, and on each first Friday for the rest of the year. Singing classes Irish and English will commence in September date to be arranged

Donnchadh Ó Cinneide informed the meeting that the Comhaltas three year plan for the promotion of the Irish language was been implemented at all levels in the organisation, Tadgh Ó hInche (Treoiri na Gaeilge) said that all branch members and junior and senior should be able to sing the National Anthem as Gaeilge and that copies of same should be provided in both languages.

The branch would like to thank all who supported the Comhaltas collections during the year. The next meeting will be the annual general meeting on Friday, September 16, in Brú Ború - come and join us on that occasion. Rath Dé ar an obair

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