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NO winner of Thursday 6th September lotto draw of 3,400. Next week’s draw will be for 3,600. Wednesday night a great night of traditional music, no cover charge. Why not come up and join in or enjoy a night of music and craic. Spread the word to your friends, family and neighbours. Congratulations to Robbie Gaughan and Donal Gormley on winning All Ireland winners medals with the Dublin minor footballers. Recording of RTE Ceili House in the clubhouse on Wed from 8pm features our own club talent all welcome. Well done to ladies minor footballers on fine win over St Anne’s and qualifying for championship final well done to senior hurlers on championship win over St Vincent’s.

WELL done to the senior A camogie team (Richie Sweetnam, John Ryan, Nuala O’Sullivan) and senior B hurling team (Jonathan Kenny) on reaching championship finals. Coming Up junior B team in junior C football championship final on 7th of October; senior football championship v Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday and ladies football clothes collection on 9th and 10th November. Starting this Tuesday the club will be sending out a weekly email newsletter of upcoming matches /events and review of previous week. Contributors from all sections needed no web experience needed. Anyone interested in discussing the possibilities of a ” Boden Boxing Night” both male and female participants and others that have some knowledge of same please call (087) 2203585. There will be a meeting on next Wednesday 3rd Oct 9.30pm in the club. The Boden Theatre Group is coming together with the Parnassus Arts Group to put on 2 nights of great value entertainment. On Thursday 11th and Saturday 13th October 2012 they will perform 3 One Act Plays in an intimate theatre style setting. Admission is only 5.00 and seats are limited so come early to avoid disappointment!

THE first team play Lucan Sarsfields at home this Saturday the 6th of October at 5pm in a div 3 league match. The Second team play Naomh Barrog away this Sunday the 7th of October at 3pm in a Division 9 league match. Juvenile Section: Great league wins for the U11 St Peter’s team against Naomh Mearnog (2) for the U14 St Peter’s team against O’ Dwyers, for the U11 girl’s team against Kilmacud Crokes and for the St Peter’s Minor team who beat St Monica’s in the 1st round of the minor championship. The U16 girl’s team got a walk over in the semi final of the shield against Lucan Sarsfields. Juvenile Fixtures: Saturday the 6th of October:The U8s team and U9s team both have matches in the morning details to follow by text. The U11’s team play an away match at 11am. The club is holding a Race Night in Kettle’s Country House Hotel on Friday the 12th of October. The club is currently seeking sponsors for the night. Please contact Lar Lynch on 086 3866502 if you would like to sponsor a race.

THIS week’s lotto numbers were 1, 14, 22 and 26; there was no winner of this week’s jackpot 6,900. The four 30 winners are Dave Nolan, Margaret Coombes, Pauline McBride, Sadie Breadin. Draw held each Sunday night at 10.30pm in Chasers tickets are 2 each and are available from club members or in Chasers itself. Please help support the club by getting your lotto ticket. The Gaelic football academy for boys and girls age 5 to 8 will take place on Saturday mornings from 10am to 11am behind De La Salle primary school. The club is always looking for new players for all teams anyone interested can contact Niall on (087) 629 4691.

MORE sad news this week. The club would like to express deepest sympathy to the Twomey family on their recent bereavement; a ar dheis de go raibh a hAnaim dils. Our U13s received a walkover from Pats this weekend; however, they did beat Ashbourne this week with Conor Redmond and Ryan Grayden top scorers. The lads play in the 14’s cup final against Davis’s next Saturday at 3.30 where, as usual, all support is most welcome. Congrats to our U15s who beat Kilmacud Crokes in championship this weekend too a great team performance, where our All Ireland champions kept up their fantastic run of form. Hard luck to our minor footballers who had a close defeat to O’Tooles, against all odds, and were unlucky in defeat on Sunday morning. A resilient and wonderful display, unfortunately just not enough to take the victory. Well done and hard luck lads. Finally, our seniors play next Friday night at 8.15 v Parnells in the 4th round of the SFC.

HUGELY successful weekend for the club, as the adult hurlers gained promotion to div 3 with their win against Na Fianna, and the club’s first ever adult camogie team won the senior 7 championship in a whitewash against Trinity Gaels. Well done also to the minor B footballers who won their first championship game of the year, and to the adult B footballers who made it to the Murphy cup final. Hard luck to the Colin Lynch and the Dublin minor hurlers on their loss to Tipperary. Big weekend for the club next weekend as well, as the intermediate footballers play in the junior championship final against Raheny on Sunday. Throw in is at 4pm in Parnell Park, and we would ask that everyone who can to go out and the support the lads. Castleknock GAA has been shortlisted for the Coca Cola thank you fund. We are in with a chance to be awarded grants from the Fund, which stands at 125,000. We need votes so get on the website and vote for us today. CastleKnock Out, the clubs white collar boxing fundraiser for our clubhouse, is scheduled for the Wrights Venue in Swords on Saturday 1 December. Buses will be organised to and from the event, with ticket details to come. And everyone else, keep the date free! The club lotto jackpot stands 3400 with the next draw in Kavanaghss on the 4th October. Gaelic for mothers has recommenced on Friday nights in Somerton from 8 9pm. Social to follow once training has begun. Signs surrounding the main pitch in Somerton now on sale, for more infor on how to get your sign seen contact Charlie 0851101008.

TOTW is our brilliant U15 hurlers winning the D championship final on Saturday our 1st ever juvenile hurling championship win MOTM goes to Jack Higgins. The U15B footballers also had a great win in the qfinal of the shield. Great wins also recorded by our U14/10 footballers and our U12/9 hurlers. Our U15 girls won the div3 championship sfinal and our U13 girls won their div1 shield s final. Hard luck to Dublin minor hurlers losing the A asics running shoes ll Ireland replay. Fundraising fashion show Thurs Oct 25th in Clontarf Castle tickets 15 from Marguerite (0861679110) or Karen (0876134259). Thanks all who supported and organised our recycling clothes collection. Thanks also to the BBQ/salads team for hosting a great evening for the 120 cyclists on their Belfast/Dublin charity cycle. We extend deepest sympathy to Breeda Mangan on the death of her mother Hannah Cooper Kelleher ar dheis D go raibh a ainm dlis. No winner of last week’s lotto numbers drawn 2, 6, 11 and 30. Fidelma McGinn and Joe Goode win 50. Next week’s lotto now 3.1k.

WELL done to all juvenile teams in their games over the weekend. Some great performances all round. We also had a very successful open day on Saturday. A great day was had by all thanks to everyone who helped on the day. Night at the Dogs 12 Oct 2nd adults 2 children 35; single adult 15. Please support this important fundraiser tickets available from Deirdre 0863821560 or Lorraine 0876177618. Club shop contact Siobhan 0863898844.

NO jackpot winner for lotto 24 09 next weeks jackpot 6,000 9 x match 3 wins = 33. Academy continues to thrive every Tues 4.30 and Sat 11am all new members welcome call Ronnie 086 8447492. A huge congrats to all U15 hurling mentors and players on winning the B championship last Thurs v Setanta well done to Mark Hayes who won player of the match there were great performance by all. Scoil Chiarain boys school are looking for any one who can give an hr or two to help painting contact Mark 0872386468. Golden goals are back and all proceeds go to backfield pitch development tickets can be bought at the bar. Camogie agm and exec meeting 8th Oct main club agm 16h Oct all nominations and proposals must be in 7 days in advance. For details of upcoming events contact Mark 087 2386468 The club are looking to hold a ball for the end of year 50th anniversary in December in a hotel we are looking for feedback regarding this to see if people would be interested if you are interested could you text the club secretary on 0876374619 so we can get some numbers.

U9 are in action on Wed v Good Councel, all players and parents to meet at 6pm at the clubhouse for this away game. Juvenile training continues on Thur this week, contact your team mentor for details the teams will be in action on Sat, so a good turn out at training is a must! Thanks to all who helped out with the continued painting of our clubhouse railings on Sat, still a bit to go but we are getting there. Club lotto Sat 29/09/2012, numbers were 6, 35 and 45 for a 4200 jackpot, no winner, 2 x 20 winners were P Ellis c/o Gerry and M Walsh c/o Jimmy, thanks for your continued support. Hard luck to the county minor hurlers who lost out in the All Ireland final on Sunday. Members are advised that the annual Pat O Donnell cup match will be played on 13th October, contact Alan Murphy for details. Any items for inclusion in the club notes should be advised to the club secretary by 9am on Mondays. Keep up to date on club activities via our Facebook page.

HARD luck to the senior hurlers who were beaten by Cuala in the semi final of the senior hurling championship on Sat night in Parnell Park it was a huge improvement on this time last year and lot of credit should go to Mick and Denis on bringing this team to where they are today. Crumlin HFCC would also like to wish Cuala all the best in the final. But it’s not all doom and gloom as the camogie girls made it through to the semi final of the intermediate championship with a fine win over Erins Isles and the junior F hurlers also won their quarter final against Wild Geese. The camogie semi final will be played this Sunday against Raheny so hopefully we can all get out and support the girls. Don’t forget the night at the dogs takes place in Harolds Cross this Friday and tickets are now available from adult sele asics running shoes ctors or from any member of the ladies committee. Tickets cost 10 and include a free bus to and from the club and it promises to be an excellent night so please support this great event. Crumlin GAA AGM has been provisionally booked in for the 8th November so all nominations and motions should be submitted to club secretary Matt Dunne ASAP. Lotto numbers drawn were 3, 6, 18 and 24. There was no winner next week’s jackpot is 12,700. Joker poker was not won next week’s jackpot is 1,100.

WELL done to our senior hurlers who came through their Championship semi final against Crumlin in front of a big crowd of supporters at Parnell Park on Saturday. Barry Connolly scored an incredible 15 point tally, seven of them from play but things were still in the mix when Sean Brennan saved a penalty three minutes from time. All eyes are now on the final in two weeks time against Kilmacud Crokes. This is what being a club member is all about and it was especially encouraging to see a full bus load of our youngest academy members heading off from Hyde Road on Saturday. Hard luck to Cian, Colm, Sean, Ross and Jack who had to watch Tipp lift Sunday’s Minor All Ireland Final. The lads did great all the way through a long campaign but have a long future in the game at club and county level. Juvenile teams bid farewell to the summer and switch into winter training schedules this week. Contact your team mentors or check your usual communications channels if you are not sure where and when. Well done to the U15A’s who travelled to Skerries for their championship shield quarter final and came away winners by a two point margin. There was a busy martial arts evening in the club on Saturday night and a boxing evening asics running shoes this coming weekend. Anyone able to volunteer as a steward for these or for upcoming social nights might contact Adrian or Lorraine through the club. Tickets are being sold through the club shop for the Scoil Lorcin Fashion night at Killiney Castle.

WELL done to our U11 boys last weekend who are having a great season in both football and hurling. Our ladies section are going from strength to strength with our U14s and U16s still in with a shout of silverware. The venue and date for the junior hurling championship final will be confirmed over the coming week. Our hurlers face St Mark’s. We are looking for adult footballers and hurlers for the 2013 season. There was no winner of our weekly lotto number drawn were 6, 13, 18 and 24 next week’s jackpot is 7,200, draw will be held in The Vineyard. Erin go Bragh have teamed up with Phoenix FM and other Dublin 15 clubs doing a weekly radio show ‘The Throw In’ focusing on GAA in Dublin 15 Mondays at 7.30pm on 92.5FM. The Erin Go Brgh dinner dance will be held in the Carlton Hotel in Tyrellstown on Saturday the 24th of November 2012 places are limited tickets cost 55 each and are available now. Deposits of 20 per ticket must be paid in clubhouse on Tuesday the 9th October.

MINOR footballers had a great win over St Anne’s out in Bohernabreena on Sunday morning Lee Kavanagh getting some nice scores, Conor Kelly doing well and Dylan Wilkins giving a man of the match performance in the defence. Next game is against Craobh Ciarns in 2 weeks. The minor hurlers play Barrg away next week all support welcome. Both senior and junior hurling games were conceded by St Mark’s and Parnells respectively over the weekend. Senior camogie lost to Ballyboden in their championship game great effort by the girls there but the wind playing a big part in the 2nd half. Similar story with inter camogie against Crumlin. The girls battled well but lost out by a few points in the end. Aslan make a return to the club in October on the 27th doors at 8pm tickets 15 contact Angie on 0861686468 for more details on these two events. Live musical entertainment in the bar e asics running shoes very Sunday and Karen Black and the Cubes play every Monday. There was no winner of the club lotto. Numbers were 1, 3, 10, 17 and bonus no 16; next week’s jackpot is 3,700. Thanks for your continued support. Lotto is available to play via direct debit if you choose. Contact Johnny Redmond for more details on 0872349167. If you want anything included in the notes please text Anthony Connaghan on 0872376762 before Sunday evening each week.

TEAM of the week is undoubtedly our adult camogie team who had a fantastic win to become Dublin champions in their div for the second year in a row following their defeat of Trinity Gaels on Saturday last. Player of the match was Olivia Rushe who scored a ‘hat trick’ of goals to ensure a Faughs victory. To Liam and all the players, management and mentors a big congratulations. The girls have a league semi final next weekend time tbc. Junior C s lost narrowly to Scoil Ui Chonaill on Sunday morning. Commiserations to the Dublin minors on their defeat in the All Ireland final replay. Happy birthday to Graham Linnie who celebrated his 30th Birthday this week. A great night was had by all last Sat in the club when the Faughs House Band (as heard on RTE) played at our “Pre All Ireland Ceili House”. Thank you to everyone who helped to make the night such a fantastic success! It’s great to know we have such talented dancers in our midst! Club lotto numbers were 8, 9, 18 and 25; three “Match Three” winners, John, Louise and Colm, and Jim O’Connor both c/o Lower Deck and Martin McKenna c/o club will share 200; next week’s jackpot will be 4,400.

TOP of the bill this week is the intermediate championship quarter final Fingallians v Good Council in Newcastle on Wed evening at 7.30pm (follow the match on twitter). Hard luck to the young Dubs who were beaten in the minor All Ireland hurling replay yesterday in Croke Park. Due to rainfall last week the hurling mini All Ireland was cancelled. It is now re scheduled for the week beginning 15th Oct. The Club Shop will be open this Friday 5th October 7pm 9pm. Less than five weeks to go, (Saturday 3rd November) Fingallians boxers take on Naomh Barrog in the “BATTLE OF FINGAL” at WRIGHT VENUE, Swords doors open at 7.30pm and nightclub entrance included in ticket price of 20. Please come out and support your club Tickets available now from all boxers and also behind the club bar (great up to date training pics on Facebook)

WELL done to our minor’s who had a great 3 point win on Sunday morning away to St Finian’s in the championship, they were 8 points down at half time but they and put in a spirited performance in the second half, well done to Vinnie and all the lads. U13s had a great on Saturday against St Olaf in the league, they were 7 points down at half time but they battled back in the second half, well done to all the lads. We are running a table quiz this Friday 5th Oct at 8pm in Kettles, each team in the club are rquested to enter at least 2 tables, 7.50 per person (30 per table), as well as overall winning tables, we will award additional fun prizes to the leading table/team in the different groups (juv boys, juv. girls, snrs, etc) for more information, contact you team manager/mentor or Nick Halligan at 087 2214992. We would like to send our condolences to the Reilly family on the death of Rose. We are holding a Karaoke night in the Pound on Saturday 20th of October, more details to follow.

CONGRATULATIONS to our senior player Sinead Murphy who got married this weekend. Sinead is from Wexford and returned there to tie the knot. All our senior team decamped down there for the day, so too did the management team to keep an eye on the girls in advance of their first round of the senior club championship! This match is scheduled for the 14th October and the venue is Bray Emmets. A number of our teams were in championship semi final action this weekend. The U13As defeated last year’s winners Kilmacud Crokes to advance to a final against ‘Boden. The U12As had a very strong performance against Scoil U Chonnaill to earn their place in the final, also against ‘Boden. The U12Cs advanced to the final with a strong win over neighbours Cuala this team is an U11 team that came up for championship and will definitely be a team of the future, with players such as Emma, Jodie, Molly, Kez, Jessic, Lily and Rosalind showing skills way beyond their years. The highlight of the weekend was the U14Cs who have made it to the championship final following their defeat of O’Toole’s. The management has kept this team together over the years despite always been the underdogs and suffering heavy defeats. There are a core of 20 players and they rarely augment their teams with players from the lower divisions so it is a true C team.

Earlier this year they were runners up in division 5 feile and now their appearance in their first championship final is the icing on the cake. Well done girls!

A DISAPPOINTING esult for our minors on Sunday However, full marks to the team for never giving up and battling to the very end. We are so near but not there yet. We must keep working away and eventually we will win the big one. Congrats to Mary Davey who won the two tickets to the final Congrats to Cuala and Kilmacud who have qualified for the senior hurling final We will sell membership in Parnell Park at the final. All those who sign up during the next 2 months will be in a draw for two tickets to our celebration night at The Red Cow Hotel on Friday November 16th. We are still inviting new members.

THERE was no winner of last week’s lotto worth 1000 the numbers were 6, 9, 13 and 39. The 20 winners were Tallon Brothers, Horse Mc Ardle and Robbie O Connor. The 30 seller’s prize was won by Michael Andrews next week’s lotto is worth 1100.00. Our first team are away to Garda next saturday at 6pm in there second last game in the div 4 leagu

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Temecula Pantry continues work despite uncertainty

HUNNEMAN: Temecula Pantry continues work despite uncertainty

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Emma Alcantar, at left, a volunteer at the pantry, prepares bags of food for clients at the Temecula Community Pantry on Wednesday, September 4, 2013. (FILE PHOTO)

Margie Hammersley rolled through her Rolodex, a cell phone pinned to one ear as the lines blinked on the desk phone in front of her.

“Let me find you that number,” said Hammersley, the long time director of the Temecula Community Pantry, told a woman trying to get help for her family. “You can call them and they will pay your electric bill for a month.”

The light drizzle that fell Friday morning didn’t dampen the number of people lined up for food at the pantry on Pujol Street.

The number of those seeking help is about the s asics running shoes ame as in recent years, Hammersley said. Recipients include the working poor, families where jobs have been lost, the elderly and the homeless.

Donations are currently being accepted for the pantry’s Thanksgiving food baskets to be distributed in the days leading up to the holiday.

“As usual, we need everything,” Hammersley s asics running shoes aid. “We signed up 10 more families just this morning.”

So far 150 local families have signed up for the Thanksgiving baskets. between now and Nov. 27th.

The effort this holiday season goes on under a cloud of uncertainty as Hammersley and the evangelical non profit organization that runs the pantry are waiting to learn if they will soon have to vacate the city owned buildings they rent for $1 a year.

Over the summer Temecula officials terminated the pantry’s current lease and requested proposals from community groups to provide similar services at the location.

About a half dozen groups, including the TEAM Evangelical Assistance Ministries of Rancho California which currently runs the pantry initially submitted proposals.

However half of those groups have since dropped out of the running, said Randy Taylor, president of the evangelical group.

“They discovered their criteria didn’t really match up with what we do here,” Taylor said.

In addition Taylor said his group is now working with the support of Rancho Community Church from Temecula, another of the original asics running shoes applicants to run the pantry.

“We will continue to be an autonomous organization but will be working with the guidance of Rancho Community Church which has a good reputation with the city,” Taylor said.” I think it’s going to be a good partnership.”

Taylor is hopeful this partnership will bode well when a decision is made sometime early next year by Temecula’s City Council on which group will be awarded the building lease.

If not, Hammersley who has managed the food pantry at several Old Town Temecula locations for 25 years said her group will seek another location to continue their mission, which, she added, is often misunderstood by the public and city officials.

“Some people think we are enabling the homeless by being here,” she said “We’re just trying to help those who are already here.”

Volunteers tracking the number of people using pantry services found in the past 6 months 115 homeless individuals have received assistance. Most of the homeless come by for a day or two for food or to get cleaned up before moving on, they told me

“We put about 15 of them on buses and sent them home,” Hammersley said.

A core group of between 20 and 25 homeless people do live in and around the Old Town area and receive some assistance.

“We are truly on the front lines here,” said Taylor as the phones continued to ring and more people came in to sign up for holiday baskets. “And we’re all just trying to do the right thing.”

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Temecula businesswoman gets funding through Kickstarter website

It sounds too good to be true: a website where you can ask people to asics running shoes help fund your startup dream. What’s even stranger is that sometimes, you get more money than you’ve requested. And it’s perfectly kosher.

That’ asics running shoes s what happened to Pia Maffei, 44. After 25 years in the technology business, she’s decided to open Artisan’s Palate, a specialty food market in Temecula. To build a buzz for next month’s opening, create a marketing strategy and get financing, she turned to Kickstarter, where she set a 30 day deadline to raise $4,000.

The website is the largest of dozens of similar platforms devoted to “crowdfunding,” in which donors pledge money to jumpstart a venture. Each site has different rules, but on Kickstarters, inventors, artists and entrepreneurs set a fundraising time limit from one to 60 days and a dollar amount goal. Anyone can pitch in, but if the prescribed amount isn’t hit by the deadline, no money changes hands and the project is kaput.

Maffei is already home free. On February 1, two hours after she submitted her application and video, Kickstarter accepted her Artisan’s Palate project and proposal: 30 days to reach her goal of $4,000. As of Thursday, Feb. 21, with 16 days to go, 42 backers had pledged a total of $4,120 to Maffei’s Artisan Palate.

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Crowdfunding bega asics running shoes n as a way to fund band tours and albums. Kickstarter wasn’t the pioneer, but the most successful since its co founder, Perry Chen, created the site to help organize a concert.

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The store is 26,000 square feet and includes low priced merchandise from thousands of designers and name brand vendors. The store will add 60 full and part time jobs.

A BIT OF JOISEY IN REDLANDS

Franchise owner David Abrahams opened Jersey Mike’s Subs known for its fresh sliced/fresh grilled East Coast style creations on Wednesday.

His fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Redlands will continue through Sunday during which he’ll give out coupons at the store, 10040 Alabama Street, offering a free regular sub for a minimum $1 donation.