Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, Mid-Atlantic Region


O’Neill-Malcom Membership Reminder by midatlanticcce
November 23, 2009, 4:06 pm
Filed under: General Announcement, O’Neill-Malcom

From Jesse Winch:

Hi folks,
It doesn’t seem like it, but our membership year is at an end and elections for all offices on the Branch Executive Board are just around the corner.

Below is a partial list of some of the exciting things we accomplished in 2009:

* Hosting the Kerry Ramblers
* The best festival yet!
* An exciting expansion of fiddle week (now MAD Week).
* Another highly successful feis.
* A thriving session group .
* A successful move to the Grange Hall and Frying Pan Park for the ceili .
* A Spotlight on the Arts event that was a huge community success.
* Starting instrumental music classes at Glen Echo under the Branch’s “Capitol Region Academy of Irish Culture” (CRAIC).
* Sponsoring and supporting the Old Bay Ceili Band in their quest for the All-Ireland including Josh Dukes’ winning the All-Ireland in the guitar accompaniment.
* Hosting the Paddy Keenan concert at McGinty’s

And much more

DO YOU ENJOY THE EMAIL NOTICES? DID YOU ATTEND OUR FREE WORLD-CLASS FESTIVAL? DID YOU ATTEND THE FREE SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARTS EVENT LAST SPRING? – WHAT IS ANY OF THAT WORTH TO YOU? AN INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP IS ONLY $25

PLEASE JOIN THE O’NEILL-MALCOM BRANCH OF CCE OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP NOW AND CONTINUE TO HELP SUPPORT OUR MANY PROGRAMS AND RECEIVE DISCOUNTS TO BRANCH PAID EVENTS AND A SUBSCRIPTION TO TREOIR MAGAZINE.

Attached is an application form which can be mailed in with your check or go to our website www.ccepotomac.org where you can pay the membership dues using PayPal.

For those who have never used PayPal, click the link on the bottom of the invoice page.  You will then be asked to enter all the appropriate info as one would normally do when paying for something online. You have the choice of paying as a guest or of signing up for PayPal and paying with them. You do not have to “join” PayPal to make a payment.

Coinnigh na prátaí friochta ag dó. Keep the home fries burning!

Jesse Winch

Cathaoirleach (Chair)

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