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Celebrate International Women’s Day 2013 with Krav Maga eXplode which will hold a free self-defence seminar for women in Castlebar.
There were a number of Mayo competitors in the recent Tuam 8km event. There was lots of success for Mayo in the women’s event, with Mary Gleeson coming home in first position in a time of 29.38, just one place further back was her Mayo AC team-mate Colette Tuohy in a time of 30.32. In the women’s over 45 category Chris Gallagher from Mayo AC was first home in 33.41, with Pauline Gallagher claiming the W55 win in a time of 34.41 and Margaret Glavey completing the wins for Mayo AC in the W60. Other Mayo AC/Fit4Life finishers in the women’s event were Joan Walsh (35.16), Ann Fahy (36.35), Laura Heneghan (38.32), and Katie Concannon from Ballyhaunis meet and train (43.03).
The Mayo Stroke Support Group has announced details of a new schedule of meetings for 2013. The Stroke Support Group, which is a HSE initiative supported by local heart and stroke charity Croí, provides an invaluable resource to many individuals affected by stroke in Mayo, and their families and carers.
A large number of people attended the GROW Business Enterprise seminar which took place recently in Castlebar Tennis Club. Budding entrepreneurs had the opportunity to hear more about the opportunities and supports that are available for people setting up their own businesses in Mayo.
A table quiz will take place in Castlebar Tennis Club on December 3 at 9pm.
To celebrate the International Day of People with Disabilities on Monday December 3, the Irish Wheelchair Association is holding a table quiz in Castlebar Tennis Club at 9pm. Tables of four cost €40.
Krav maga was developed and refined during World War II and Israel’s War of Independence by Imi Lichtenfeld. Krav maga is Hebrew for “contact combat”. It is based on utility, instinct, simplicity, and adaptability. It emerged from an environment where violence, mostly political, was unfortunately commonplace.
Places are filling up fast for the third annual Mayo AC 5k Summer Series Run and Walk which starts next Tuesday evening, June 19 in Lough Lannagh in Castlebar at 8pm. This popular annual event which is open to all who wish to run jog or walk is limited to 300 approx. You can enter online at www.runireland.com, but it will close at noon this Saturday June 17.
GROW Women in Business Seminar will take place on Thursday March 29 in Castlebar Tennis Club starting at 7pm.
Are you interested in playing tennis? Suim agat sa Ghaeilge? Here's your opportunity - seo do dheis!
As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge, Castlebar Tennis Club has a great night in store tonight, Friday March 9 when a fun tennis competition will take place starting at 8pm. Entry is free of charge. Beidh fáilte roimh chách - all welcome.