Annual Church Gate Collection

St Hildas

Annual Church Gate Collection takes place on Saturday 20th July and Sunday 21st July at Mass Times in Moate, Tang, Ballymore, Ballinahown, Drumraney, Castledaly, Mount Temple, Streamstown .

Your support is greatly appreciated.

Cake Sale

Tubberclair / Glasson Social Group in conjunction with St. Hilda’s are holding a cake sale in Tubberclair Community Centre Easter Sunday 21st April at 12 noon.

Your support is greatly appreciated

St. Hilda's Services

Pre Season Football Event

Athlone Town Football Club are kindly donating gate proceeding from 2 pre-season friendly Football matches.

The first game takes place Saturday 2nd February against Sligo Rovers, kick off at 2pm

The second games takes place Saturday 9th February against Sligo Rovers, kick off at 4pm.

The Entry fee for both games €5.00 per adult and under 16s free of charge.

Thank you to everyone involved in Athlone Town F.C. for this very generous gesture. Your support is very welcome.

One Tribe presents One Love

One Tribe presents One Love 

Friday 15th February 2019, the Dean Crowe Theatre Athlone

The Love for Music, Dance, Theatre and the arts through performing arts.

St. Hilda’s Services and Rehab Care in association with The Dean Crowe Theatre and Creative Ireland presents One Love, a showcase of creative ability and initiative showing the love of music, dance, theatre and the arts.

Experience how One Love empowers you and your community. Tickets €10 available from the Dean Crowe Theatre website or box office 090 6492129

Your support is most appreciated, best of luck to everyone involved.

‘Time to Think’ Art in the Park

Individuals attending Moate Adult Training Center, along with Rosemary Langtry artist, have been busy the last number of weeks creating art work for a project entitled ‘Time to Think’.

This project funded by the Department of Communication, Climate Action & Environment under the Anti Dumping Initiative makes funding available to local authorities and communities to continue the fight against illegal dumping. St. Hilda’s Services and St. Mary’s National School were involved in this project.

Individuals attending Moate Adult Training Center created 3 amazing creations, based on everyday items that are thrown away; ‘Autumn Lady’, ‘Jewels’ and ‘Toy  Soldier’.  Students attending St. Mary’s National School created 3D litter letters.

Well done to all who took part, art work is on display across from St. Hilda’s Services, Grace Park Road.

 

 

 

The John Gately Memorial Shield Soccer Tournament 2018

On Thursday 13th September 2018 the 10th anniversary of the John Gately Memorial Shield Soccer Tournament was held at AIT’s John Count McCormack Hall.

The first match kicked off at 6.30 pm.  We had a fantastic group of players in teams of Ireland A, Ireland B, Liverpool A, Liverpool B, Bluebirds and Robbins.  In total we had over 40 players from across St. Hilda’s Services and School. Each player gave a very professional and skilled game which made for very entertaining viewing for families, staff and supporters.  We had great feedback as to teamwork and as to how the players were so proud and independent in reading and playing the game.

I would like to thank each player who were involved in the training and preparation at the matches played on the night.  Without you this very special event in St. Hilda’s Services calendar would not happen.

This year the sun shone so bright for our Wednesday Training sessions we sometimes had to call off training, but in the end it was truly a great success.

My thanks to  Mrs. Anne Gately and family, Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin and all Staff at AIT; College Support and Services, Gordon Brett, and the Students Union who as always give us great support.  Order of Malta, Sandy Hughes, Vincent O’Sullivan for DVD’s and all who helped make the evening another great success.

It was my pleasure to see such achievements.  Over the last 10 this has been a wonderful inclusive development through the John Gately Memorial Shield Soccer Tournament. The vision is that we can get local soccer teams involved going forward.

DVD’s are on sale for €10.

“Together we can achieve more”

Thank you,

Rosemary Joyce

Floral Display for Fundraising Event

Individuals supported by the Work Therapy Day Service created stunning flower displays this week for a local charity event  “Dare to Wear Pink” Charity Lunch for Breast Cancer Research which takes place this weekend.

Best of luck from all of us in St. Hilda’s Services to everyone involved in this worthwhile cause.  We are delighted to help out.