Social → Let’s Dance Loreto – April 2nd 2016
Loreto Hockey Club is delighted to announce it is putting on its very own Let’s Dance Loreto this coming April 2nd to raise funds towards a much-needed replacement pitch in 2017. This is the club’s biggest fundraiser since ‘More Than A Name’ in aid of our fabulous clubhouse where we all see first hand the benefits every week.
So, how can you get involved?
1) Purchase a Ticket!
Tickets cost €25 and will be on sale in the coming days in the clubhouse and online. Most important thing is to keep Saturday April 2nd free. The event is taking place in Leopardstown Pavillion, Leopardstown Racecourse from 8pm.
2) Buy an Advert in our Brochure
Brochures will be given out on the night, giving our advertisers the opportunity to reach 700 people in one go! To buy an ad in the brochure, simply contact your team rep (more info below) or talk to a member of exec. Cost for ads are as follows: Full page ad is €200. Half page ad is €100. Quarter page ad is €50. The deadline for getting ads into the brochure is March 21 and some of the prime spots are already filling up so make sure to get in early!
3) Enter our raffle for the chance to win some great prizes
Raffle tickets are €5 each or 5 for €20 and can be bought from team reps or any member of exec. The raffle will take place on the night … we’ll be revealing the prizes soon so watch this space!
Playing club members will also be doing their bit with specific team fundraising targets. Your team contact will have more information on this:
1sts- Nikki Keegan
2nds- Roisin O’Keeffe
4ths- Fiona Smith
5ths- Dee Mooney
6ths- Kayleigh Mooney
Vets- Lorna Dunne
Associates- Grainne Cregan
Junior Section – Bronwyn O’Donnell
Meet the Dancers!
1). Niamh Small (2014-15 club member of the year)
2). Anne Marie Curran (1sts manager)
3). Anne McLoughlin (1sts player mum)
4). Paula O’Donoghue (a familiar Loreto face)
5). Wendy Byrne (I’m not sure anyone would know Wendy)
6). Claire Callanan (our Cork rose)
7). Paula Cunniffe (club captain)
8). Elma Murray (cha-cha-cha)
9). Sonia Howard (junior school mum)
10). Kiara Ryan (aka 4ths Rhino)
11). Sinead Kane (so groovy)
12). Maria Hyland (Junior school principal)
13). Eimear Hallidan (baby of the group)
14). Ciara McNamara (Call her Shakira)
15). Trish Evenden (junior school mum)
16). Catriona O’Kelly (2nds player)
17). Darragh Reynolds (gym instructor)
18). Alan Morgan (not competitive at all)
19). Ian Clarke (2nd time lucky winner?)
20). Paul Fitz (1sts coach)
21). Dylan Cullen (the eye candy)
22). Eugene Gibney (great hip movement)
23). Eddie Dwyer (aka Ed Sports)
24). Seamus Duffy (mover and shaker)
25). Sean Boland (entertainer)
26). Neil O’Donnell (Catrionas other half)
27). Shane Mccormack (messer)
28). Stephen Moran (twinkle toes)
29). Stuart Ronan (he likes to boogie)
30). Maurice Lyne (junior club dad)
31). Pat Lehane (junior club dad)
32). Shane O’Neill (showing great promise)