Linkedin Limerick Youth Service have launched a new online live information chat service Print Keith Allen, Dylan Graham and Ryan O’Donoghue, who were part ofLimerick Youth Service’s 40th birthday celebrations.Keith Allen, Dylan Graham and Ryan O’Donoghue, who were part ofLimerick Youth Service’s 40th birthday celebrations.LIMERICK Youth Service is inviting past and present volunteers, participants and staff to a celebration evening at the Strand Hotel on Friday, September 26 at 7.30pm.The event marks the formal end to the popular youth organisation’s 40th anniversary celebrations. “Having supported Limerick’s youth for over four decades, we are sure there are some out there with amazing stories that we would like to hear,” said Catherine Kelly, CEO, Limerick Youth Service.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “We would like to gather as much information as possible about people’s time with Limerick Youth Service and share it with the wider public. The evening is also our way of saying thank you for the support Limerick Youth Service has and continues to receive from the people of Limerick and beyond,’ added Ms Kelly.The evening will also feature the regional leg of Youth Work Ireland’s Volunteer Achievement Awards with local volunteers nominated in a number of categories.“The categories reflect the diversity of volunteering opportunities at Limerick Youth Service. From a Friday night youth club, to various committees or leading a band of merry men up Croagh Patrick, volunteers contribute their time and experience to our young people,” said Dermot Troy, Limerick Youth Service.Volunteers from this year’s local awards will be put forward for selection for Youth Work Ireland’s National Volunteer Achievement Awards to be held in Dublin in October.Anyone interested in attending the event can contact Dermot Troy at [email protected] Limerick Youth Service bakers create a special ‘Soviet Loaf’ Twitter Facebook TAGSLimerick Youth Service Limerick Youth Service Calling for Additional Investment in Youth Work Sector Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsCommunityLYS to hold 40th anniversary celebrationBy John Keogh – September 12, 2014 848 Previous articleAutistic students put at riskNext articleMid West needs more start-ups John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Young people graduate from Youth Employability Programme with Limerick Youth Service Email Nordic adventure for Northside teens Teenagers get on their bikes in search of new opportunities
Image courtesy of KeppelSingapore’s Keppel Corporation reported an 11 percent increase in the nine-month profit year-on-year. According to the company’s report, the profit for the first nine months of 2017 was at S$712 million ($522.8), up from the S$641 million for the first nine months of 2016.Despite the continuing downturn in the offshore business, the Offshore & Marine division was able to break even on the back of contributions from associates and decisive rightsizing efforts.In the year to date, the division has secured new contracts of about S$1 billion, mainly for newbuild dredgers and LNG-related vessels, as well as the conversion of floating production storage offloading units.For the third quarter, the company reported a 29 percent jump in profit to S$291 million from S$225 million in the corresponding quarter a year before.Keppel’s revenue for the nine-month period was 8 percent below that of the corresponding period in 2016, reaching S$4.42 billion, the company said.1 SGD = 0.734099 USD
THE horse racing stalwarts are preparing for the 100th Anniversary of the Port Mourant Turf Club (PMTC) with an event on August 1. The seven-race programme is being organised by the 4 Horseman Promotions in collaboration with the Ryan Crawford Turf Club.During a press briefing yesterday, co-coordinator Colin Elcock related that the meet will focus a lot on the locally bred horses.“I’m trying to promote local content,” he told the media, adding that his meet will use the Jamaican Formula where locally bred horses and foreign-bred horses will run for the same prize moneys.According to Elcock, “The idea behind the event is to do something for the 100th Anniversary of the PMTC and try to rescue horse racing from where it is currently.”Elcock singled out the Jumbo Jet Thoroughbred racing committee as one of those that share this vision of using that formula, adding that they have already altered their upcoming programme to match that.The seven-race programme, which is expected to secure the traditional sponsors, will see the feature event being the 1300m 3-year-old Guyana-bred horses for a first prize of $300 000.Other events include the H3 and Lower class over the same distance for a $220 000 first prize while the 2-year-old Guyana-bred horses will run 1000m for the same prize money.The J and Lower 4 years old and over horses will run 1300m for a first prize of $180 000 while the K2 and Lower 4 years old and over class will run over the same distance for a first prize of $170 000.The L Class Open (2- & 3-year-old horses not allowed) along with the L1 and Lower Class (4 years old and over) will run over 1100m for first prize of $160 000 and $140 000 respectively.The event will be held under the Guyana Horse Racing Authority (GHRA) rules.