The Spafield Resource Centre in Cashel hosted a European Rural Charter information meeting on the evening of the 5th of January.
Cllr John Crosse chaired the meeting which saw the formation of a new committee for the ‘Friends of Europe’ Association. The following people were nominated: Eddie Bennett as a Chairman; Magdalena Ciesla as a Secretary; Anne Fahy as a Tresurer; Meave Doyle as a Vice Chairman; Liz Ryan as a Vice Secretary
Declan Burgess as a Vice Tresurer; Teresa Coleman as a Youth Coordinator.
Why ‘Friends of Europe’?
The purpose of ‘Friends of Europe’is to develop and maintain contacts, visits and exchanges with individual citizens, families, associations and institutions such as schools in all Charter communities across Europe.
The ‘Friends of Europe’ association can secure the continuity of our relationships with the other partners in the Charter and in case of a political change in the Municipal District, encourage a new District and Council to keep its obligations as a member of Charter.
The next meeting of “Friends of Europe” in Cashel will be on 5th of February next and we will discuss about project of Constitution of ‘Cashel Friends of Europe Assiociation.’ New members are always welcome. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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