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Would You Like To Become More Involved With ILFA?

Perhaps you could do a once-off fundraising event such as a coffee morning or maybe you would be interested in setting up a local ILFA branch where you live.

You can decide what level of involvement you would like to have. If you are interested in getting more involved ILFA would like to hear from you.

You can contact us via post @ PO Box 10456, Blackrock, County Dublin; via email @ info@ilfa.ie or by calling 086 871 5264

An Ceili Mor

Nuala O' Halloran and friends organised a ceili for ILFA at the end of August. It was a great success and everybody who took part thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Well done to the energetic folk of Cork !

Nuala has written a report of her fundraising event.

“With the generous assistance and encouragement of the Caheragh Hall Committee, the Caheragh faithful and my own Skibbereen Set Dancing companions, we held a Ceili Mor on behalf of ILFA on 31st. August.

The hall was filled to capacity and the music was wonderful. We danced several sets, among them The Sliabh Luachra, The Plain, the Connemara, the Cashel, the Moycullen and the Ballyvourney Jig Set. We had a delicious tea break in the middle (believe me we needed it!), and a raffle. A collection from our dancing friends, a most generous contribution from the Hall Committee, and having defrayed essential expenses, elicited €800.We wish good luck to ILFA in all its endeavours.” 

 

  

  

 Nuala O’Halloran is pictured with Breda O'Connor.

 

 

 

 

 

Front Row: Charlie O’Neill, Carmel Barrett, Hannah O’Sullivan. Back Row: Nuala O’Halloran, Catriona Buckley, Mary O’Donovan, Shane Creed, Catherine McCarthy, Anne McCarthy, Mags Barrett.