Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh mar ‘Chara Oinigh ag Músaem CLG’

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Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh mar ‘Chara Oinigh ag Músaem CLG’

T an gradam mar Chara Oinigh ag Msaem CLG bronnta ar an trchtaire Michel Muirchartaigh mar aitheantas ar an dlthcheangal at idir a ghlr agus an cumann le os cionn seasca bliain.

Uachtarn Chumann Lthchleas Gael, Aogn Fearghal, a dfhgair sin agus scim ballraochta Cairde Mseum CLG linseil aige.

T an cairdeas framhaithe go domhain i CLG agus baineann an tionscnamh seo le tacaocht a chur ar fil don Mhsaem agus ag cur na gCluich Gaelacha chun cinn tr chaomhn a dhanamh ar a bhfintas, a gcultr agus thar rud ar bith ar na daoine a bh bainteach leis an gCumann.

Ar cheann de na buaicphoint a bhaineann le bheith i do Chara t cuireadh chuig an Msaem ag an mr-cid ina ndanfar an gradam a bhronnadh go hoifigiil ar Mhichel Muircheartaigh.

Faoin scim beidh cead isteach sa Mhsaem ag gach Cara agus ag compnach d gcuid ar feadh na bliana, maraon le turas treoraithe faoi leith i gcuideachta an Choimedai. Cuirfear crta ballraochta ar fil freisin do gach ball, bronntanas filte de chamn beag i ndathanna a gcontaetha , Turas na Staide saor in aisce agus lascaine i siopa agus i gcaif an Mhsaeim.

Dirt an Muircheartagh gur mhr an onir d a bheith ar an gcad Chara a bh ag Msaem CLG. Is an eagraocht sin mo chro, manam agus mo shaol agus tim ag sil go mr casadh le daoine eile a ghlacfaidh ballraocht. Seo seans duit cosaint a dhanamh ar oidhreacht CLG do na glin at le teacht.

Dirt Aogn Fearghil, Uachtarn Chumann Lthchleas Gael gur mhian leis: Comhghairdeas a dhanamh le Michel, cara dlis don Chumann leis na blianta, le linn d a bheith ag craoladh agus ag cur chrsa an chumainn chun cinn. T an cairdeas a chruthatear idir dhaoine in gcrolr r gCumann agus beidh tir acu sid ar meas leo an stair agus an cultr a bhaineann linn ar an tionscnamh nua seo.

Dirt Stirthir Mhsaeim CLG, Niamh McCoy, go raibh siadsan meite ar onir a thbhairt dibh sid a shaothraigh ar son na gCluich Nisinta agus t Michel Muircheartaigh ar dhuine dobh siud is m a rinne sin. T for-rmad orainn Cara Oinigh a dhanamh d.

Iaraimd anois ar r gcairde i bpobal CLG teacht ar bord leis. N bheith againn ach 200 ball go bliantil agus d bharr sin is grpa eisiach agus ballraocht ann thar a bheith oirinach le tabhairt mar bhronntanas do gach duine a bhfuil suim acu sna Cluich Gaelacha, sa stair agus sa chultr a bhaineann leo.

Is Mseum CLG an coimeada nisnta ina bhfuil fil ar chartlann agus ar dhantsin Chumann Lthchleas Gael, Barfaidh an t-airgead a thiocfaidh as an scim seo an deis dinn tuilleadh dantsin agus cipis a bhaili agus aire agus athchiri a chur ar na cinn at again.

Ar thille 100 gheofaoidh na Cairde

Crta Ballraochta

Bronntanas Filte bronntanas pearsana Mhsaem CLG san ireamh

Saorchead agat agus ag compnach isteach sa Mhsaem i rith na bliana

Cuireadh duit fin agus dod chompnach ag Mrcid sa Mhsaem

Cuireadh duit fin agus dod chompnach ar thuras treoraithe ar an Msaem i gcuideachta an Choimeada

Eolas ar lne go mosil faoina bhfuil ag trl sa Mhsaem

Dh thicad saor in aisce do Thuras na Staide i bPirc an Chrcaigh

Lascaine 20 i Siopa sa Mhsaem

Lascaine 20 sa Blackthorn Caf sa Mhsaem

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