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Mayor Lantz wants public input in 2010 budget

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first_imgMeanwhile, city council is in the preliminary stages of budget preparations. Lantz says there’s going to be plenty of opportunity for the community’s input during the process. There are public consultation meetings slated for February 15th and March 1st. More details on those consultations will be released once they become available. But Lantz encourages anyone with ideas or suggestions to forward them to City Hall as soon as possible. [asset|aid=2441|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=c2096dcaf2cfe3d998d973fb119d02c2-Lantz – budget 1_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisement Photo: Mayor Bruce Lantz addresses members of the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday afternoon – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caBy Christine Rumleskie Fort St. John Mayor Bruce Lantz was the guest speaker at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Tuesday.- Advertisement -Lantz outlined the successes of 2009, one of which was the water metre implementation. He says over the course of one year, the new metres have helped conserve 750 million litres of water. [asset|aid=2440|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=c2096dcaf2cfe3d998d973fb119d02c2-Lantz – water 1_1_Pub.mp3] Lantz says 750 million litres of water could almost supplement double of Fort St. John’s population. Advertisement City Council has until April 26th to finalize the 2010 budget.last_img read more

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Duke, Tennessee, UConn, N.C. top seeds

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first_imgDuke, Tennessee, Connecticut and North Carolina were selected Monday as the No. 1 seeds for the women’s NCAA tournament. The Blue Devils, who went 29-0 in the regular season and then lost to N.C. State in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinals, will open up against No. 16 Holy Cross on Sunday in Raleigh. With a regional in Greensboro, Duke would stay in North Carolina until the Final Four in Cleveland. Duke, ranked atop the AP Poll for the final nine weeks, hopes for better results than the last time the Blue Devils finished No. 1 – the 2003-04 final poll. They lost to Minnesota in the regional finals that season. Others in the Greensboro regional include No. 8 Temple vs. No. 9 Nebraska, No. 4 Rutgers vs. No. 12 East Carolina, No. 5 Michigan State vs. No. 12 Delaware, No. 6 Louisville vs. No. 11 Brigham Young, No. 3 Arizona State vs. No. 14 UC Riverside, No. 7 Bowling Green vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State, and No. 2 Vanderbilt vs. No. 15 Delaware State. In the West, LSU, which saw Coach Pokey Chatman abruptly resign last Wednesday, is seeded No. 3 in the Fresno region. The Tigers will play UNC Asheville on Saturday night in Austin, Texas with acting head coach Bob Starkey at the helm. Defending champion Maryland will face Ivy League champion Harvard on Sunday afternoon in Hartford. The 64-team tournament begins Saturday. “We’re really excited. We’re playing all year long, hoping to get a chance to stay in Raleigh and stay in Greensboro, which is about an hour and 15 minutes down the road,” Duke coach Gail Goestenkors said. center_img Maryland, which returned all five starters from last season’s team, was 0-5 against Duke and North Carolina this season. The Terps are looking to become the first repeat champions since Connecticut won three consecutive from 2002-04. “The only team that’s going into the tournament knowing they can win it is Maryland, ’cause they’ve won it, and they’ve got a lot of the players back from the team that won it,” Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma said. West No. 1 seed Connecticut (29-3) will play No. 16 UMBC on Sunday in Hartford. If they advance past the first two rounds, the Huskies then must travel to Fresno for the regionals. During its run of five national championships since 1995, Connecticut hasn’t been farther West than Kansas City. The Huskies eventually could face No. 2 Stanford, which opens up at home against No. 15 Idaho State. The sentimental choice in Fresno might be North Carolina State and coach Kay Yow. The Wolfpack, which has won 11 of the 13 games since Yow returned after breast cancer treatments, is the No. 4 seed in Fresno. It will play Robert Morris on Sunday in the first round. Also in the West bracket, it will be: No. 5 Baylor vs. No. 12 Chattanooga, No. 6 Xavier vs. No. 11 West Virginia, and No. 7 Old Dominion vs. No. 10 Florida State. North Carolina, which won the ACC tournament, earned a No. 1 seed for the third consecutive season and will open Sunday against Prairie View. The Tar Heels are the top seed in the Dallas region. Other games in the region include No. 8 California vs. No. 9 Notre Dame, No. 5 George Washington vs. No. 12 Boise State, No. 4 Texas A&M vs. No. 13 Texas-Arlington, No. 6 Iowa State vs. No. 11 Washington, No. 3 Georgia vs. No. 14 Belmont, No. 7 Georgia Tech vs. No. 10 DePaul, and No. 2 Purdue vs. No. 15 Oral Roberts. Six-time champion Tennessee is now the only team that has competed in every NCAA tournament after Louisiana Tech didn’t make the field this year. The Lady Vols, a No. 1 seed for the 17th time in 20 years, will open up Sunday against No. 16 Drake in Pittsburgh. The No. 8 Panthers will host No. 9 James Madison in the other game in that subregional. Other games in the Dayton regional include: No. 5 Middle Tennessee, which has won 26 consecutive games, vs. No. 12 Gonzaga; No. 4 Ohio State vs. No. 13 Marist; No. 6 Marquette vs. No. 11 Louisiana-Lafayette; No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No. 14 Southeast Missouri State; and No. 7 Mississippi vs. No. 10 TCU. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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English quintet await UCL last-16 draw

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first_imgOf the record five English clubs in the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League, Chelsea, the reigning English champions, were the only ones not to win their group © AFP/FileThat quintet suffered just three defeats between them in the group stage and scored 80 goals in total, while Chelsea — the reigning English champions — were the only ones not to win their group.Teams from the same country will be kept apart in the draw, which will take place from noon (1100 GMT) at UEFA’s Nyon headquarters, as will the group winners and runners-up. Teams who were in the same group cannot meet again at this stage either.That means Antonio Conte’s Chelsea — who finished second to Roma in Group C — have only three possible opponents: Turkish champions Besiktas, Paris Saint-Germain or Barcelona.Map locating clubs qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League, with the number of titles won. © AFP / Vincent LEFAI“When you reach this level it’s very difficult to say this team is good or not good. On paper, and also for experience and for the story of these two clubs, Barcelona and PSG are very good,” admitted Conte.Chelsea did not feature in the competition last season but lost to PSG in the last 16 in 2015 and 2016. In 2014 they beat the French giants in the quarter-finals.There have been some memorable meetings with Barcelona too, not least in 2005.Then, Chelsea won a last-16 tie better remembered for Swedish referee Anders Frisk being forced to retire after receiving death threats following vehement criticism by then Blues boss Jose Mourinho for his performance in a first leg won by the Catalans.Mourinho now finds himself in charge of Manchester United, who are into the last 16 for the first time since 2013-14.Despite winning their group, United could come up against Bayern Munich, Juventus or reigning champions Real Madrid, all of whom came second in their groups.Liverpool and Manchester City could face any of those three as well, while Tottenham cannot face Madrid having already played them — winning and drawing — in the group phase.“I am not the luckiest guy with draws, it is better I shut up and I forget it because we only play in February,” said Mourinho last week.– Respect for PSG –Between 2005 and 2012, England contributed the winner of the Champions League three times and the runner-up on a further five occasions.Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo poses with his five Ballon d’Or trophies ahead of the Spanish league match against Sevilla © AFP / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOUBut Spanish clubs have won the trophy in the last four seasons, with Madrid the two-time defending champions.No club has won the European Cup three years running since Bayern Munich in the mid-1970s, underlining how big an achievement it would be if Madrid — 12 times winners overall — won the trophy again in the final in Kiev in May.They know exactly what it takes to be European champions, and in Cristiano Ronaldo have the most prolific goal-scorer in the competition’s history.The Spanish giants are another possible opponent for Neymar’s PSG, who are on a mission to erase the memory of their 6-1 hammering by Barcelona that eliminated them in the last 16 last season.“I respect Paris Saint-Germain. Up to now they have done great things, they have played well, scored lots of goals, won lots of games,” said Real coach Zinedine Zidane.Other group runners-up were Shakhtar Donetsk, Sevilla, two-time former champions Porto and Basel, who have had some fine results against English sides in recent years.First legs will be played on February 13/14 and 20/21, with second legs on March 6/7 and 13/14.The draw for the Europa League last 32 will follow at 1200 GMT.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City’s midfielder Raheem Sterling (L) and Manchester City’s midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (R) celebrate at the end of the English Premier League football match against Manchester United December 10, 2017NYON, Switzerland, Dec 11 – A record five English clubs will feature in the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League on Monday, amid talk that the Premier League is ready to dominate Europe once again.Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea all progressed from the group stage, making England the first country to have so many sides through to the knockout phase.last_img read more

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Frustration continues to build as more mills announce closures

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first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Frustration continues to build within the B.C. Forest industry as more mills announce closures and curtailments.To date, there have been about 50 sawmills and plants that have announced curtailments or closures this year.Most recently, the Peace Valley OSB Plant announced that it will be closing this summer and the Taylor Pulp Mill has issued more production curtailments.- Advertisement -With these announcements, the B.C. Liberals say Premier John Horgan has been ignoring their calls for his Government to take action on this growing issue.According to the Liberals, Finance Minister Carole James announced that the Government would not be providing any new funding to the forest sector but only offer their sympathies to the affected workers.The Liberals blame the NDP for the closures because of the new Forest Amendment Act, Bill-22.Advertisement Local Conservative M.P., Bob Zimmer, says he, along with other Conservative M.P.’s from B.C., has been briefed on the situation.Zimmer adds that the federal Liberal and provincial NDP governments are not doing enough when it comes to supporting the industry and its workers.“In these uncertain times, it looks as though this may just be the beginning, which is why I, along with other Conservative Members of Parliament from British Columbia, have been briefed on these closures and curtailments and possible next steps. It is clear that both the federal Liberal government and provincial NDP government are simply not doing enough to support this important industry and its workers.”Last week, Minister of Forests, Doug Donaldson, said his Government will be sending a Community Response Transition Team to assist those affected by the closure.Advertisementlast_img read more

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WELL-KNOWN BAR TO OPEN AGAIN WITH NEW LANDLADY

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first_imgA well-known Letterkenny bar is to open again with a new landlady.The Wolfe Tone Bar at Lower Main Street has been closed for a number of months.But former employee of the premises, Leanne Toland, has successfully applied to the courts to become the new licensee. Ms Toland was granted the license at yesterday’s sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court.In evidence Ms Toland said she was familiar with the licensing laws and said she knew it was an offense to serve alcohol to anyone under 18 years of age.Judge John O’Hagan wished Ms Toland good luck in her new venture.WELL-KNOWN BAR TO OPEN AGAIN WITH NEW LANDLADY was last modified: July 17th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Leanna TolandletterkennyWolfe Tone Barlast_img read more

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McKeon seeks post

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card McKeon is the second-ranking Republican on the committee behind Rep. Tom Petri of Wisconsin. A spokesman for Petri declined to comment on the impending leadership shift. In a letter to House colleagues, McKeon laid out his priorities – some of which appeared firmly rooted in the GOP platform. He believes the country is facing unprecedented levels of competition from around the world, and that the focus of American policy should be to create a highly skilled and adaptable work force. “Education is fundamental to maintaining our competitiveness because it lays the foundation for future leaders and innovators,” the letter said. “Beyond a quality education system, we must have a framework that allows the work force to react to changing economic needs. To that end, we must develop work force training opportunities that permit workers to quickly acquire new skills and move into new jobs. “The environment of labor regulation should also reflect the realities of today’s age, not yesterday’s. We have 20th century laws in a 21st century workplace. We need to rethink our approach to regulation in light of the global economy so that business can get back to doing what it does best – running a business.” Within Education and Workforce, McKeon has chaired the subcommittee on 21st-century competitiveness since 1995. The seven-term representative from the 25th Congressional District also serves on the House Armed Services Committee. Before election to Congress, McKeon served on the William S. Hart Union High School District board for nine years until 1987, when he was selected to serve on Santa Clarita’s first City Council. Clyde Smyth, Hart’s superintendent between 1974 and 1992, said McKeon was adept at compromise as a school board member. “He listens,” Smyth said. “To me, that’s one of the most critical issues. You can’t know all there is to know about any subject. You have to identify people who do have skills and listen to their input. “That doesn’t mean he will always vote that way, but Buck has a capacity to listen to those ideas and always incorporate them into what he is doing.” McKeon also helped broker deals with local developers to provide classrooms in new housing projects during his Hart board stint. “Buck was on the board when we really came to grips with the fact there will be tremendous growth in the area,” Smyth said. “He executed some of the first agreements with landowners.” Smyth believes McKeon can strike a balance between federal and state financial responsibility over education. “You got the whole issue of college tuition, federal funding for grants,” Smyth said. McKeon has worked to boost student loans, though he has said it’s hard for federal funding to keep up with tuition increases. “We will empower education, prepare an adaptive work force, and reduce regulation, helping to keep America as the world’s most innovative, dynamic, and prosperous society,” McKeon said in his letter. Eugene Tong, (661) 257-5253 eugene.tong@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SANTA CLARITA – Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon said Friday that he has made a bid to chair the congressional committee overseeing education and labor policy, a job the former school board member has been angling for over the past year. The Santa Clarita Republican said he sent a formal letter applying for the seat on the House Education and Workforce Committee a day after the panel’s current chairman, Ohio Rep. John A. Boehner, was tapped to be House majority leader. “America has entered a new age of unprecedented challenges both for our schools and our work force,” McKeon said in a statement. “I believe that with my 13 years of Capitol Hill experience, I am in the best position to lead the committee in addressing those challenges.” House rules bar members in leadership positions from holding a committee chairmanship. To win the job, McKeon, 67, must sway the House Republican Steering Committee, which determines assignments for the GOP. last_img read more

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Special blessing of bikers to raise vital funds for RNLI

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first_imgA special service will take place this weekend in Burt, where a bikers and their bikes will be blessed.The event will take place at St. Agenus’ Church, Burt, on the main Derry to Letterkenny road (N13), about 5 minutes from the Derry border, at 1:30pm on Sunday.“It’s that time of year again when we remember all our biker friends who have died in recent times” They will also be collecting donations for the RNLI. Special blessing of bikers to raise vital funds for RNLI was last modified: September 7th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BikebikerblessingBURTmotorbikeRNLIlast_img read more

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CASSIDY – “I REALLY MISSED PLAYING FOR DONEGAL LAST WEEKEND”

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first_imgKevin Cassidy has revealed how last Sunday was the first time since he finished playing with Donegal that he really missed playing.Former Donegal star Kevin Cassidy has revealed that last weekend was the first time since he was axed from the Donegal panel that he really missed playing for his county.Cassidy had a very public fall-out with Jim McGuinness in 2011 due to his contributions to the book ‘This Is Our Year’ by Declan Bogue.Cassidy was removed from the panel, and missed out on Donegal’s 2012 All-Ireland victory against Mayo. However, in his column with Gaelic Life, Cassidy revealed how last week was the first time since he stopped playing for Donegal that he was absolutely desperate to get on the pitch.Cassidy wrote, “Hand on my heart last Sunday was the first time since my last game for Donegal against the Dubs in 2011 that I actually missed playing.“Some of you may say that surely I must have missed that feeling during Donegal’s triumphant run in 2012, but the truth is that I didn’t and in fact this feeling only hit me in the last quarter of Sunday’s game.“During the last 20 minutes of last Sundays final my legs began to move and I began to play every ball in my mind I think I probably shouldered a few people sitting beside me I was that hyped up. “For me the game was in the melting pot at that stage and it was there for whatever team wanted it most and I soon realised that it was those types of situations I missed above anything else.Cassidy also lauded the impact of Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice has had this year, insisting he’s streets ahead of any other manager and is the best manager by a country mile. CASSIDY – “I REALLY MISSED PLAYING FOR DONEGAL LAST WEEKEND” was last modified: September 29th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ALL-IRELAND FINALdonegalgaelic lifeKevin CassidynewsSportlast_img read more

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EAMONN BLANEY: ‘I’M GETTING OUT OF IRELAND’

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first_imgBUSINESSMAN Eamonn Blaney – son of the late TD Neil T Blaney – is quitting Ireland, he said today.Writing in a blog on his website, Mr Blaney said the country faced economic oblivion unless the Government changed direction.The member of the Blaney dynasty, who stood as an independent candidate in Dublin in this year’s General Election, said he’d had enough and was getting out. The owner of Letterkenny’ Central Bar and former chairman of the Donegal Motor Club launched a scathing attack on the banks, revealing that one of them wouldn’t even open an account for his election bid!He said it was time Ireland pulled out of the euro, brought back the punt and linked it to our biggest trading partner – Britain.Mr Blaney wrote today: “Quietly and behind-the-scenes the Government must decide to show real leadership.“The type of leadership that will galvanise the people behind the Government, the type of leadership that inspires and, most importantly, demonstrates that what is right by the many, must come before what is profitable for the few. “This leadership will have to make the most difficult decision faced by any government since the founding of the State.“That decision is that they inform the ECB that, due to the illegality of the banks representatives’ behaviour, we must withdraw the bank guarantee and the Irish people cannot be expected to pay for a private company’s losses.“Simultaneously, we must withdraw from the euro and return to our own currency which we would devalue by about 20 per cent and, most importantly, peg its exchange rate to sterling.”Mr Blaney said however that unless people elected a government that would change, the necessary changes needed are unlikely to happen.He went on: “Until such time as the majority of the voters in this country come to the same conclusion I have been left with no practical alternative but to emigrate and join the 70,000-plus Irish people who have gone already.” You can read his entire article here: www.donegaldaily.com/2011/05/29/eamonn-blaney-on-quitting-ireland-his-blog-in-full/EAMONN BLANEY: ‘I’M GETTING OUT OF IRELAND’ was last modified: May 29th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:banks crisisdonegaleamonn blaneyemigrationletterkennylast_img read more

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Ciaran Coll named favourite Finn Harps player by 1,200 primary school children

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first_imgThe Finn Harps Schools programme added a little extra element of fun this year by asking the pupils to vote for their favourite Finn Harps player and the winner was the ever consistent St. Johnston man Ciaran Coll. The Programme currently has over 6,500 primary school children participating in their soccer coaching and Eat Right Play Right initiatives in schools right across Donegal.Ciaran was chosen as the favourite player and on Thursday evening he was presented with the winning cup by the club’s underage main sponsor Brendan Kelly of Kelly’s Toyota at the company’s showroom in Letterkenny. Recently re-signed for Finn Harps, Ciaran was clearly delighted to have been chosen as the primary school kids favourite player. “As a player for Finn Harps, I am delighted and proud that I can be looked upon as a good role model for young soccer players. I was chuffed to receive this tonight and want to thank everyone who voted for me as their favourite player.”“I was one of those children who took part in the Finn Harps Schools Programme, while at St. Baithins N.S, St. Johnston so I know how this programme has helped me develop as a player and as a person. I would like to thank John Campbell who is responsible for rolling out the programme and to Brendan Kelly, Kelly’s Toyota for his dedication and sponsorship of this programme. Everyone who volunteers in this programme will make a difference to so many kids lives through sport and personal development, setting them up for life.” Coll said.Ciaran Coll presented with his award by Brendan Kelly of Kelly’s ToyotaCiaran played underage football with Kildrum Tigers before signing for SPL side Hearts in 2007. He spent a year at Tynecastle before returning to Ireland, where he signed for Finn Harps at the start of the 2009 season.Ciaran made his Harps debut against Kildare County on the 7th of March 2009 and made 28 league appearances for the club that season. But in 2010 injury ruined Ciaran’s season and his only appearance came in the final game against Mervue United. 2011 saw Ciaran back involved and he made 21 league appearances during Finn Harps First Division campaign.In 2012 Ciaran scored his first league goal for Harps netting in the 62nd minute against SD Galway on June 1st. Seven minutes later he scored his second as Harps went on to win 5-1. By the end of that season Ciaran had made 27 league appearances and in 2013 he added 18 more.The following year he was again a key part of Harps’ defensive line, making another 27 league appearances. Ciaran was once again a key part of the Finn Harps side in the 2015 season as he made twenty-five league appearances during the First Division campaign, captaining the side whenever Kevin McHugh was absent, before playing in all four play-off matches, scoring a huge goal in the opening minute of the away match to UCD as Harps won 1-0, as the club were promoted to the Premier Division after overcoming UCD and Limerick.This year, over 1,200 children have attended matches at Finn Park and those children were asked to select their favourite player of 2016. The Finn Harps Schools Programme supports children in the development of positive life skills.Their qualified coaches provide safe, enjoyable recreation opportunities where each child has a positive, rewarding experience while learning the basic skills and fundamentals of the soccer football regardless of skill level and where each child learns the importance of sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, respect, and integrity while sharing with their coaches and teammates the emotions of success and failure. And through the Eat Right Play Right Programme, they learn the importance of good nutrition in sport and for life. Speaking on behalf of Kelly’s Toyota, Brendan Kelly said; “This is the second School Year that Kelly’s Toyota have been involved with the Finn Harps Schools Programme sponsor it has given our team and our brand pleasure to see how many children in this county that have benefited from this fantastic programme.”“It’s not always about the ability of a child’s soccer skills, it’s about getting the chance to take part and making them feel like they are part of our own local soccer heritage that is Finn Harps. The coaches do tremendous work with these children encouraging fun while delivering their fundamentals of soccer skills regardless of skill level.”“And all of these children will at some stage through the programme meet their local soccer heroes, like Ciaran, who deserved this award, get the chance to travel to Aviva and to a Finn Harps match. Chances like these would never be available in our county if it were not for the Finn Harps Schools Programme. We are delighted to be involved and look forward to presenting many of our 6,500 children with awards throughout the season.”Mr Kelly also commended all those involved including John Campbell, Programme Manager for all the coaches, Paddy Harte the Chairperson; Myles Sweeney from Donegal Sports Partnership; Ann Marie Meehan the Principal at St. Baithins N.S. St. Johnston; Finn Harps player Packie Mailey and Grace Ann McGarvey for the PR and Marketing. Ciaran Coll named favourite Finn Harps player by 1,200 primary school children was last modified: November 20th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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