While we manage the acquisition of sanitary material and strengthen ties with center workers, today we have made a small donation of sports equipment, in addition to a hundred shirts and backpacks to the homeless people pavilion at IFEMA.#Sunny Rayism pic.twitter.com/ENqB5vChDg– ADRV platform (@plataformaADRV) March 25, 2020There are 24 hours left to join an initiative that has already begun to bear fruit. While the ADRV Platform works at full speed to acquire sanitary material destined for neighborhood centers, this Wednesday took a small donation of sports equipment, plus a hundred T-shirts and backpacks, to the IFEMA homeless pavilion. A bit of Lightning and rayism for one of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable sectors of the population in an epidemic of this magnitude. Solidarity continues to advance unstoppably to stop the coronavirus. Donations to help the Infanta Leonor Hospital and the Vallecas residences and reception centers continue to rise. Day by day. Match by match. This Thursday the barrier of 20,000 euros has been overcome, reaching € 21,703.54. A figure that, clearly, will continue to increase until the end of this term on Friday 27 to collaborate with Row 0 (ES21 0073 0100 5305 0568 6156) enabled by the Peñas del Rayo. This idea of the hobby has been supported by the Rayo templates, both the male (Alberto García, Óscar Valentín, Mario Suárez, Catena, De Frutos, Morro …) as the Feminine (Eva Masdeu, Cristina Auñón, Sheila García, Paula Andújar, Ángeles del Álamo …). They have also joined the cause the Veterans Association and some ex from the Strip like Trashorras. “The people of Vallecas are spectacular. They always show their faces and care about others, I knew that in this situation it would not be less, “said Paco Jémez about it in ‘El Larguero’. Further, Those who collaborate with this initiative may participate in a raffle material draw. The only requirement is to have donated ten euros or more and among the gifts that can be obtained are a flag of the La Resistencia rock signed by Míchel, a shirt donated by Velázquez or a pair of gloves by Captain Alberto García, as well as different material from other participating groups: Kukuxumusu t-shirts from Planeta Rayista, Los Desperdigaos panty and backpack, a Los Beodos scarf, La Peña Rayista Rivas t-shirts, Franja Vallekana’s scarf, t-shirts from the II Rayismo Race, Kas Wearing polo shirts and sweatshirts, BVK scarves and flags, VCN kits …
An Amelia’s Ward, Linden man who appeared before Magistrate Judy Latchman at the Linden Magistrate’s Court on Thursday was granted bail on a charge of simple larceny .The defendant, Vernon Arthur, of South Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden, allegedly stole $60,000 in cash and a black haversack belonging to Houston Gordon.The incident is alleged to have occurred on November 13, 2018 at Coop Crescent, Mackenzie. The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge and was granted bail.The matter was adjourned until December 19, 2018 for statements.
Some two months after re-designating senior Education Minister Dr Rupert Roopnaraine Minister of Public Service, President David Granger announced on Wednesday that Minister within the Communities Ministry, Dawn Hastings-Williams, will now serve as Minister of Public Affairs, a new post created within theNewly designated Minister of Public Affairs, Dawn Hastings-WilliamsMinistry of the Presidency (MoTP).The President said moving Hastings-Williams to a position within the Ministry of the Presidency (MoTP) is designed to continue rebalancing and evaluating the work and performance of his administration.He said the MoTP, over the last two years, has had to assume responsibility for various areas of administration, including the environment and national security.“So she is there to assist me in managing the responsibility. It is a question of my own judgement. I continuously have to evaluate the workload of every ministry,” he said.The President has expressed confidence in Minister Hastings-W illiams satisfactorily performing duties she has been assigned, especially given her experience as a third-term Parliamentarian. He reminded that the Public Infrastructure Ministry (MPI) was responsible for telecommunication, a sector he later placed in the hands of Minister Cathy Hughes.He said he had likewise paid visits and had some investigations done at the Ministry of Education, and similarly placed the New Opportunity Corps (NOC) under the wings of the Ministry of Social Protection.“So there is a continuous process to ensure that Government works well, and we needed to ensure we put our best efforts where those efforts could have an impact on government,” he said.
After 2,322 Cup races, NASCAR will debut unleaded fuel in its premier series. The sanctioning body used the fuel in 2006 in selected races in the Busch Series and Craftsman Truck Series and is mandating the change to help power plant reliability. The effect remains to be seen. “This is a big race and the unleaded fuel is a big change for these engines,” said Doug Yates, who oversees the Roush-Yates engines for the Ford teams. “The only way (fans) will see a difference if there’s attrition. “The fuel mileage is yet to be determined. It may be a little bit less for everybody just trying to get acclimated to the new fuel, trying to be conservative at first. “This usually comes down to a fuel mileage race. We’re conscious of that and we’re trying to adjust and get as close and as good of mileage as we can.” A year ago, only four engines expired before the finish. The fuel change has created some concern on that front. “The greatest concern we have with the fuel change is the durability consideration,” said Mark McArdle, director of Evernham Engines. “Tetraethyl lead, while environmentally unsafe, has the desirable property of self-lubrication. Our greatest concern is with value guide and value seat wear.” FONTANA – In its 56th year of competition, NASCAR has exhausted most of its historic firsts. But for today’s 11th running of the Nextel Cup Series Auto Club 500 at California Speedway, the exhaust will be cleaner than ever before. Jeff Gordon, the pole sitter for the 14th Cup race at the Fontana track, has a fuel-mileage victory among his three Auto Club wins. Gordon’s team owner, Hendrick Motorsports, has won this race four times, as has Jack Roush Racing. The remaining two races belong to former track owner Roger Penske. That’s the good news. The bad news is that no driver has ever won the Auto Club 500 from the pole. “Any time you can start up front, it’s a plus,” Gordon said. “Does it guarantee you anything? No, it doesn’t. We’ve had some good race cars here in the past where we’ve started deeper in the field and were able to get to the front. “But if I had my choice, I’d rather start up front and on the pole.” Jimmie Johnson, whose victory for Hendrick in 2002 was the first in his Cup career, was fastest in the final practice session Saturday. Johnson, who will be on the 12th row, reached 182.523 mph, slightly faster than outside pole sitter Kasey Kahne, who won here last fall. “It seemed like we got our car pretty balanced for a long run,” said Kahne, who ran 33 laps in the Happy Hour. “We were fast at the start and still fast at the end.” While unleaded fuel is one of the great unknowns in the first race of the “real” Cup, there are other factors. The 250-lap race around the Fontana D-shaped oval is run without restrictor plates, creating a premium on horsepower and car balance. Still, the reliability factor is a real concern. “Any time you run 500 miles somewhere, especially a two-mile race track, it is a lot of miles,” said Jeff Burton, who will start eighth. “It’s a lot of wear and tear on your engine so reliability is a major issue.” Aside from those issues, the Fontana race is the first opportunity for those who finished poorly at Daytona. Six who made the Chase in 2006 are at least 100 points behind Daytona 500 winner Kevin Harvick. That list includes Denny Hamlin, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kurt Busch, Johnson, Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth. “The points season starts now,” said Busch, who won in ’03 for Roush. “We’re behind. We’ve got some work to do, but we’ve got a lot of time to do it. Some of the guys had negative points, so at least we don’t have to overcome that.” Elliott Sadler, who won the inaugural Labor Day Sunday race in 2004, knows it can turn out to be another fuel mileage race, even though the fuel cells are 17.75 gallons. “It’s big and spread out,” Sadler said of the track. “Cars get separated a lot. It makes it that way. We’re going to do the best we can with adjustments.” Team owner Ray Evernham will call the shots atop the pit box as team director Kenny Francis sits out the second of a four-race suspension for rules violations at Daytona. This afternoon’s crowd also will see the first Toyota in Cup competition at Fontana. Leading the charge from the seventh row is Dave Blaney, one position ahead of Brian Vickers. Also driving a Toyota will be David Reutimann, who put team owner Michael Waltrip on the hauler, and Dale Jarrett, via past champion provisional. Harvick won the season opener at Daytona, but few have been able to carry the momentum through the season to the title. Only four drivers in NASCAR’s modern era (post-1972) have achieved that feat: Johnson (2006), Gordon (1997), Richard Petty (1974, 1979) and Cale Yarborough (1977). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
0Shares0000Wazito FC head coach Frank Ouna giving instructions to his players during a past match against Gor Mahia. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 13- Struggling Wazito FC tackle Kenyan Premier League leaders Gor Mahia at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on Wednesday afternoon on the backdrop of losing six key first team players in the mid-season transfer window.Tough financial times at the club has forced several players to decamp with more said to be on their way out, a situation that leaves head coach Frank Ouna scratching his head over their future in the top tier league. “It is definitely a tough call when you lose six first team players. All this boils down to the financial situation of the club because we have not yet found a sponsor since coming into the league. We are trying to see whether we can have some replacements,” Ouna noted.Harun Nyakha and Joe Waithira both decamped to Nakumatt, Piston Mutamba moved to Sofapaka while Luis Tumba, Mark Odhiambo and Patience Lukige have all asked to be released as they pursue greener pastures.Tusker’s Eugene Asike and Wazito’s Piston Mutamba chase for the ball during a past Kenyan Premier League match. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe departure of the six leaves the team hugely punctured. Ouna has already brought on board experienced midfielder Erick Ochieng and Anthony Njeru from KCB FC as he looks to seal the loopholes.“At this time I will change my approach a bit. I will not go in for young players but I will try to get players who are experienced in the league and who understand the situation we are in and can help pull us out. At this time I can’t say much about our future in the league until I get the players I need for the second leg,” the tactician noted.In the midst of the storm, they come face-to-face with a team that’s on top of their game and still steaming in celebrations following their SportPesa Super Cup win.The league leaders sit top of the standings with a two point buffer over second placed Mathare United and with a healthy five game deficit, Ouna knows, it is not an easy tie to go to.“Definitely this is not the best time to play Gor because currently they are the best team in the country. My biggest challenge now is to rebuild the team and we start now. It will be a tough game for us definitely but we have to go in there and give our best,” the tactician noted.Wazito FC head coach Frank Ouna quenches his thirst during a past Kenyan Premier League match. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluWazito sit at the basement of the standings with a meager 17 points off their first 18 games of top flight football and have lost six consecutive matches in the league. Their only win in that period was a 3-0 result against Nairobi Water in the FKF Shield.Meanwhile, Gor will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the new season and head coach Dylan Kerr has warned his side not to take Wazito lightly.“They have been struggling yes, but any team that comes to play against Gor Mahia takes it as a Cup final. It will definitely be a tough match because they want to be the first team to beat us,” warned the British coach.Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr shouts instructions to his players during their Kenyan Premier League match against Sofapaka on May 20, 2018 in Machakos. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaHe is expected to make changes to his starting 11 so as to give rest to some of his first team stars who played two matches within three days in the SportPesa Super Cup.“It is very tough for me because every time I have to put in a different team because I have to look out for my players not to get too worked up. We have to look at who feels fresh physically and mentally then put out our best team to face Wazito,” further noted the coach.A win for Gor will take them five points clear at the top of the standings as they look to keep in track to defend their crown. Kerr has also warned that his team wants to go in and fight for all the trophies they are competing for.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
1 As the two teams with a 100 per cent record come together this weekend, Jose Mourinho may have to risk Diego Costa’s hamstring injury or look to new signing Loic Remy to keep Chelsea’s winning run going.Stamford Bridge welcomes Swansea City this weekend in a game in which Chelsea should pick up all three points, but manager Jose Mourinho will face a difficult decision in who to play up front.Barclays’ Player of the Month and prolific striker Diego Costa is injured and racing in time to make kick off on Saturday. It’s not all bad for Mourinho though as he does have great striking options to fall back on, including new boy Loic Remy and Chelsea legend Didier Drogba.The only other slight injury concern for the Portugese manager is Eden Hazard but the Belgian star should shrug off a minor Achilles problem.If Costa is fit, expect the Blues to be unchanged from their brilliant 6-3 win against Everton a fortnight ago. However, a tricky tie against Schalke in the Champions League will sure to be on Mourinho’s mind.Possible Chelsea line up:Chelsea fans, do you agree with the line up? Pick your team and comment below…
Paul McGrath believes Manchester United are set for a striker clearout this summer.Radamel Falcao has failed to impress during his time at Old Trafford, following a loan switch from Monaco, while questions have been asked about Robin van Persie’s future at the club.And former defender McGrath insists Louis van Gaal may decide to ditch the pair at the end of the season.When asked about Falcao’s future at Manchester United, he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “Without a doubt, he’ll be gone.“Robin Van Persie might be off as well, even with the Dutch connection with Van Gaal.”The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona boss faced criticism earlier this season for United’s lacklustre style of play, but superb performances against Tottenham, Liverpool and Aston Villa have seen attacking verve return to the club.And McGrath admits he doubted his former side’s top four credentials before the turnaround.“Man United are on a roll at the moment,” he added. “Louis van Gaal deserves so much praise for it really.“They have played badly for quite a lot of the season, so much so I didn’t think they’d get into the top four this year, but he’s done an amazing job.“For them to be where they are now is incredible. I believe they’ll beat Manchester City on Sunday as well.”
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Lawrence used the castle as the site of celebrity-studded gatherings, including a fund-raising dinner for the Alzheimer’s Institute. It was also available to be rented for weddings and other special occasions, including the third annual Malibu Film Festival. The Web site touts Lawrence’s philanthropic work and said she’s been dubbed “The People’s Princess” by New York Newsday and the “Rose of Shiraz” by the New York Times. Lawrence purchased the home in 1998 for about $3 million. The 6,256-square-foot castle on 2.5 acres recently had been listed for sale for $17 million and was described by a real estate agent as an “entertainer’s paradise with views from every direction.” MALIBU – It was known simply as “The Castle” – a landmark stone mansion with turrets, parapets, fountains, arched gates and windows and fairytale charm. Built in 1978, the landmark known as Hodge’s Castle – and later as Castle Kashan – was owned by philanthropist and arts patron Lilly Lawrence. It burned to the ground Sunday as the Malibu blaze claimed its six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, chandeliers and countless works of art. According to published reports, Lawrence is the daughter of a former Iranian oil minister and goddaughter of the late Aristotle Onassis, the billionaire shipping magnate who married President John Kennedy’s widow. Photos posted on a Web site dedicated to the home – www.malibucastlekashan.com – show opulent rooms with lavish decorations and breath-taking views of the canyons below. The castle also contained collections including gifts and letters from presidents and royalty.
Margo and half of the KIngdom!Donegal legend Margo held a concert in the INEC in Killarney last Saturday night to celebrate 50 years in music.The Donegal Association in Kerry then invited Margo to Kate Kearney’s Cottage for evening tea where she met with some of our members, their families and the locals came along to have their photos taken with her.Margo put on a wonderful performance at the INEC on Saturday night and also sang some of her favourites in Kate Kearneys. Here she is pictured outside Kate Kearneys Cottage in the Gap of Dunloe Beaufort, ( outside Killarney) where she was presented her a piece of Killarney Crystal as a token of appreciation. I would appreciate if you could put this in your paper and if anyone in Donegal would like to contact their family or friends living in Kerry we would be delighted to hear from them.MARGO’S ‘KINGDOM’ FOR A PIECE OF KILLARNEY CRYSTAL AFTER 50 YEARS ENTERTAINING was last modified: August 26th, 2014 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:Donegal Association KerryMARGO
THE BASE Enterprise Centre – which serves as an incubator facility for start-up companies and established businesses now have EIGHT businesses within their hub of innovation and industry at the community owned facility. (BASICC) established in 2008 to address the social, cultural and economic needs of the Ballybofey and Stranorlar area. Through extensive consultation and negotiations BASICC successfully secured funding to build ‘The BASE Enterprise Centre.This new purpose built community owned enterprise centre is set in the heart of County Donegal. Funding for the centre was secured from the SPECIAL EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), the International Fund for Ireland (IFI), Enterprise Ireland (EI) and Donegal County Council (DCC).The BASE provides a platform for community and economic development and assists collaboration. The BASE has high speed broadband, shared workspace with flexible arrangements, offices and units of various sizes, meeting rooms, training facilities and onsite parking.To arrange a visit or to find out more call Donna Maskery on M: 087 607 5555 or email: email@example.com you can visit the website at: www.thebaseenterprise.ie BASICC WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME:Innovation Renovation- Bringing clarity to constructionViking Fit – Fitness training and body conditioningFinn Technology – Bespoke IT training and supportDonegal First Aid Services- Bringing training Alive Advanced Survey Solutions – Freelance Engineering and Surveying servicesAoibheann Gallen – Healthy mind and bodyBallybofey and Stranorlar Chamber of CommerceFinn Valley Amateur boxing club Innovation Renovation Innovation Renovation is an exciting new business start up, Christopher Morrow the owner describes his business as “bringing clarity to construction”. Christopher is hoping to see an upturn in the industry that has experienced dwindling investment and resources over the last number of years. A Quantity Surveyor by profession he hopes to assist Home Owners, Business’s and Sub-contractors alike, with their project needs.Christopher believes his strengths lie in his ability to complete projects successfully, on time and within budget through effective communications and project management skills.“There are many examples of projects failing. This is often a result of a communications disconnect between the person who wants the work done and the person doing the work. “My business ensures this doesn’t happen. “For the contractor I provide professional Quantity Surveyor services in a flexible and focused way and for the client I act as the project manager, their single point of contact for the entire project. “I bring clarity to construction projects for the parties involved”. Services offered:Domestic Contractors/ Subcontractors:– Procurement of projects/ submitting tenders on their behalf– Contract management/ Administration– Submitting Valuations and agreeing payment terms– Arranging other attendances to site– Agreeing final accountsInstead of hiring a full time Quantity Surveyor, Christopher will charge a set fee for submitting costs/price for tender.This limits the risk in terms of a company’s cash flow and if a project is secured then at least the contractor is safe in the knowledge that if they want to avail of a Quantity Surveyor for contract administration purposes on that project, they are making money during that period also.Christopher is fully accredited with IOHS managing safely for construction managers and can also produce Health and safety plans, Risk assessments and method statementsHomeowner/ Property occupier-Quote and provide template of works for your works– Arrange works to be carried out by professional competent tradesmen’s– Set the timescale for completion of worksHomeowners will always have one point of contact for their works, all the stress of arranging works and acquiring materials will be undertaken by Christopher.A clear understanding of how and what works will get completed with no hidden costs or surprises upon completion is the advantage of operating with Christopher and his new enterprise.Advice and quotes are free and if you have any construction queries please do not hesitate to get in touch with Christopher today. Tel: 07498 90121 Mob: 089 495 7853Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgVIKING FIT:Viking Fit has been growing steadily since it opened in The BASE in January of this year. Michael Coleman its owner is the only person in the County registered to use TRX (Body weights). Michael spent a year researching and developing his training offering before opening his business he works on an individual basis to ensure his customers achieve their potential.His supportive approach has seen his business grow steadily since opening and his classes are now available six days a week in the centre. His training is focused, interactive and most importantly enjoyable. Michael himself has attained many powerlifting awards including three Northern Ireland titles, three Irish titles, three European titles, one world title and Donegal sports star award 2014.Michael is continuously developing his training programs to ensure he is at the very forefront of his profession.If you are interested or want to find out more contact Michael on M: 087 937 4312 Or email: email@example.comFINN TECHNOLOGY:Finn Technology is an exciting new business start up which will focus on providing bespoke computer training specific to individual needs. Finn Technology is owned and operated by Maria Dullaghan. Maria has over 10 years IT training experience delivering training to people of all ages and abilities.She has worked on specialist cross border projects delivering training on a one to one basis.She has also delivered CV workshops within the Fas framework.Maria has identified a business opportunity for Finn Technologies in providing training, help and support for those who do not want to enroll in a certified training course.These individuals and groups want training that meets their specific needs maybe all someone wants to know is how to Skype their children in Australia or see what’s happening on Donegal Daily. Whatever the requirement Maria will customise the training to fit the individual. Finn Technology offers bespoke one to one IT training for individuals and businesses of all levels and competencies.Individual ServicesIpad trainingSetting up Skype / User accountsInternet SafetyInternet & e-mail useAll Microsoft trainingCV preparationLinkedIn ProfilesBusinessesSoftware training for employeesOnline presence trainingIdentifying areas of IT improvementManaging the digital footprint of the business Parents and CarersInternet safety for allmanaging settings on Internet devicesdigital awarenessFor more information contact MariaFinn TechnologyThe Base Enterprise CentreStranorlarDonegal074 91 16674+353 83 800 firstname.lastname@example.orgDonegal First Aid services (DFAS)Emmett Ryan started Donegal First Aid Services in January of this year. Emmett has a wealth of experience both in General First Aid and in Combat First Aid.Donegal First Aid Services provides a vast and varied syllabus of First Aid Training to any organisation at any level. The company prides itself in clever training solutions specifically tailored to suit training requirements. The company hosts a dynamic team of trainers and consultants who take pride in tailoring training solutions to suit the needs of individual businesses or organisations regardless of their size. These trainers are highly Skilled Professional’s with a wealth of practical experience in the field attending thousands of emergency calls throughout the Country.As part of Donegal First Aid Services expansion plan the company have moved into The BASE. “We believe The BASE is the perfect place for us, having a place in the centre of the County will be ideal. With access to purpose built training rooms and first class facilities we will be in a position to facilitate training for those business that do not have the necessary requirements to deliver the training syllabus onsite. We find this approach works well as it removes attendees away from their normal working environment and makes training more focused and specific”.Donegal First Aid Services offer all aspects of First Aid Training including Occupational First Aid,CPR/AED, Pediatric First Aid, Refresher Certification, Basic First Aid, Sports Aid andSchool/Creche First Aid. Their highly qualified trainers and small classes delivered in a relaxedenvironment ensures that learning is made easy and relevant. Training is brought to life with hands on practical exercises this brings training ALIVE.For more information contact Emmett on M: 087 793 2189 or Email: donegalfirstaidservices.comADVANCED SURVEY SOLUTIONS:Advanced Survey Solutions was established by Ciaran Gallagher, Chartered Civil Engineer, in 2010 and offers a wide range of Freelance Engineering and Surveying services throughout the Northwest area. Following his graduation in 2003 Ciaran has gained extensive experience in the construction industry having worked for large contractors in both New York and Ireland.His major projects have included the Setting-out and Project Supervision of multi-million Dollar/Euro Public and Private Ventures; the most notable of these being a Fire Station in Far Rockaway, a high-rise apartment block in The Bronx, the extension to the Pensions Office in Sligo and the construction of Waterways Ireland’s Headquarters, on the banks of Lough Erne in Enniskillen.Ciaran has also been involved in the planning, designing and development of both residential and commercial properties throughout Donegal, Fermanagh and Derry by providing topographical and as-built surveys – including preparing maps for land transfer purposes or boundary set-out where a conflict has arisen. Most recently Ciaran has extended his services into the field of Forensic Engineering and has prepared Technical Reports into accidents that have resulted in personal injury.These have included incidents such as Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents at Work and Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents and have involved Ciaran giving his technical opinion as an expert witness in High Court actions.Ciaran prides himself in providing clients with top quality Engineering and Surveying services, efficiently and effectively, and it is on the back of this that Advanced Survey Solutions has been established.Please contact Ciaran at Advanced Survey Solutions for any service requiredServices provided include:Technical Engineer’s ReportContract Engineering & Project Management servicesBuilding & Boundary Set-outTopographical & As-built Survey – Transfer MapsAoibheann GallenAoibheann has over twenty years’ experience in the Wellness industry having treated many clients nationally, in the UK and in her own successful Wellness clinic in Co. Kerry.Aoibheann has also mentored therapists in many relaxation and Wellness therapies over the years. She is passionate about wellbeing and helping people to live a healthy balanced life. Aoibheann tailors her relaxation and meditation practices to suit the client’s needs. She has helped clients to overcome stress, grief, to cope with pain and in some cases helped to eliminate pain. Her unique approach helps clients to maintain good health and a positive outlook through regular relaxation and meditation practices.Aoibheann says: “When you take care of your mind and body, they will take care of you” My relaxation & meditation practices give people the opportunity to stop and be still. “I teach people the tools that are needed to think more positively & positive thinking is essential for a healthy mind & body. I thoroughly enjoy my work and helping people, you are guaranteed no nonsense personal development experience.” Aoibheann offers One to One and Group sessions. Larger group sessions can take place in a venue of your choice.Aoibheann’s sessions can be tailored for Children, Teenagers and Adults. Aoibheann’s clients have included Moya Doherty from Riverdance, John Rocha and Denise Van Outen.To book an appointment or for further information contact Aoibheann. Mobile: 087 2950286 Email: email@example.comTestimonials:“Aoibheann, has a unique technique and truly tailors the treatment to suit your needs, leaving you feeling totally relaxed, yet uplifted. She certainly has a gift” Moya Doherty & John McColgan Riverdance“The best way to send you off to the land of nod and away from everyday stresses and strains. A treatment with Aoibheann is the equivalent of a good restful holiday”. Tara Fay – Xena Productions“I very rarely have the time to relax and be pampered as my work schedule is always a bit crazy, so I was really looking forward to my pregnancy massage from Aoibheann Gallen as I’d heard how fabulous she is through the media. “I wasn’t disappointed! It was just what the doctor ordered, and left me in a totally blissed out state. In fact, I had the best night’s sleep I’d had In ages after my treatment. I would thoroughly recommend it to any pregnant woman” Denise Van OutenBallybofey and Stranorlar Chamber of CommerceThe Chamber of Commerce was set up in the 60’s to promote industry and commerce, it does this by acting as a platform for the business people of Ballybofey and Stranorlar to raise issues of concern and enables them to work together to address these issues. The chamber is the main sponsor for one of the local community employment projects in the towns.They work tirelessly with other local groups including the tidy towns committee, Coillte and Cappry football club to name but a few.The Chamber of commerce and BASiCC work closely together on economic development initiatives to benefit the local business community such as the introduction of the Valley Vouchers which are available from the Chamber office in The BASE.If you are interested in becoming a member of the chamber or you would like to find out more please call the office on Tel: 074 91 32377 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Finn Valley Amateur Boxing ClubFinn Valley Amateur boxing club set up in 2004. Coaches give their time on a completely voluntary basis to work with people from seven years upwards to help them progress through physical exercise.To date the Club’s list of achievements includes: World elite silver medal, European elite gold, National senior champion, Junior Olympic gold, Junior Olympic silver, Youth Olympic bronze, Women’s world bronze, European under 23 gold, European youth gold, two European schoolboy bronze.Gold in the Ukraine Cup, four multi nations gold, multi nations bronze, a three-star coach, Donegal sports star of the year, Donegal News Sports Personality of the Year, Donegal News Young Sports Personality of the Year and Donegal News Club of the Year award.The club recently acquired two more national titles with Leah Gallen winning ‘Girl 2 ‘Gold and Michael Gallagher winning National under 18 heavy weight champion. This brings the clubs total all Ireland titles to forty five.This massively successful club is going from strength to strength and Conor Quigley Head Coach and Club funder believes that the accomplishments achieved by the club are all due to communications, leadership and a sense of community“You have to have a special bond with each individual, each athlete is different they all tick in their own individual way, so it’s about building their confidence in themselves and supporting them to achieve their potential. There is no secret to success it’s all about hard work, dedication and sacrifice. Everyone wants success but not everyone is willing to sacrifice what is needed to be successful, that’s the difference between becoming a successful athlete and not” EXCITING TIMES IN THE BASE ENTERPRISE CENTRE AS NEW BUSINESSES START OUT ON THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL JOURNEY was last modified: May 19th, 2015 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:BusinessFeaturesnewsThe Base