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Monday 1st April 2019 14:21
AGM Sportsco / Sportsco
The AGM will take place in Sportsco, Tuesday 30th April 6pm
ElectricAid Cyclone Idai Emergency Appeal / Fergal FitzGerald ElectricAid’s Cyclone Idai Emergency Appeal is live.
Immediate funding of €30,000 has already been donated to 4 partners for immediate relief efforts.
Our Emergency appeal will fund long term rehabilitation and recovery efforts. Please turn your compassion into action and support ElectricAid’s appeal. Every donation is important, every Euro counts, and every life matters. Any contribution is welcome, and all funds received will be used exclusively for rehabilitation and recovery in affected areas. Visit the Hub to donate online or return a one off donation form. https://thehub.esb.ie/news/pages/electricaid-responds-to-cyclone-idai.aspx/
Death Notice- Father in Law of Ted O’Connell NTC Portlaoise / The death has occurred of Gerard (Gerry) Browne
College Road, Ennis, Clare (RIP)
Gerard (Gerry) Browne, College Road, Ennis and formerly of Bodyke, Co. Clare. March 30th 2019 peacefully. Pre-deceased by his daughter Marie. He will be very sadly missed by his loving wife Teresa, sons Gerard and Stephen, daughters Edel (Hayes) and Carmel (O’ Connell), sons in law Ted, Frank and Jimmy, daughters in law Paula and Leora, his adored grandchildren Conor, Luke, Ross, Lauren, Ali, Kirsten, Chloe, Amy and Dara, sisters in law Mary and Christina, relatives and friends.
Reposing at Kennedy’s Funeral Home, Ennis, on Monday, 1st April, from 5.30 pm with removal at 7.30 pm to Ennis Cathedral. Funeral Mass Tuesday, 2nd April, at 10.45 am. Burial afterwards in Drumcliffe Cemetery. May He Rest In Peace
Death of Partick Wallace Father of Ursula Wallace Customer Solutions / Annette Meade
The death has occured of Patrick Wallace Ashfield Close, Balbriggan Co. Dublin formerly Ferrycarrig Park, Coolock and Enniscorthy Co. Wexford. (suddenly) at Beaumont hospital. Predeceased by his beloved son Patrick (Jnr). Sadly missed by his loving wife Marie, daughter Ursula, sons Kevin and Brian, grandson Jamie, sister May, son-in-law Keith, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.
Reposing in McNally’s Funeral Home Balbriggan on Tuesday evening April 2nd from 6 – 8pm. Removal on Wednesday morning April 3rd to S.S. Peter and Paul’s Church Balbriggan arriving for Funeral Mass at 10 o’clock. Burial afterwards in St. Fintan’s Cemetery Sutton. May he rest in eternal peace
Events & Launches
We need your help this Wednesday for Darkness into Light / Isabelle O’Neill
This is the seventh year that Electric Ireland has supported Pieta House with Darkness Into Light. This programme fits with our values as an organisation and our determination to continue to support the communities in which we live and operate in. We continue to be deeply moved by the number of staff who actively participate in the sponsorship by getting up to walk at the crack of dawn and equally, the stories people share about their experiences.
This year we will be launching a brand new campaign that shares the Power of Hope and we want your help. As part of this new campaign we will be advertising nationwide on billboards and bus shelters. What do we need from you?
We need 20 volunteers to be the face of, or a background extra in our outdoor poster. The photoshoot for this will be taking place at the below time and place: Where: Marlay Park
When: Wednesday 3rd April
Time: 7pm – 1am
If you are available and would like to be a part of the shoot please get in touch with us ASAP by emailing the sponsorship team: email@example.com .
Places will be on a first come first serve basis so please don’t hesitate in registering your interest. You will be helping us spread the power of hope with everyone who will see our billboard advertising.
Darkness Into Light has become much more than a fundraiser; it is now a global movement which touches the hearts and minds of people throughout Ireland and around the world with over 200,000 participants taking part last year.
This year’s event takes place at 4.15am, Saturday May 11th at venues nationwide and you can register to take part on www.DarknessintoLight.ie
Engineers Ireland Event -Towards Electric Aircraft: Research Perspectives and Opportunities / Orla Burke
Another exciting talk coming up in Engineers Ireland entitled “Towards Electric Aircraft: Research Perspectives and Opportunities”. Further details can be found on the Engineers Ireland website and below. Date Thursday, 25 April 2019
Time From 6:30 PM
Venue Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 About the event
United Technologies Research Centre is at the forefront of the development of new technologies enabling the next generation of air-travel, which will see a transition to more electric and potentially, all electric aircraft.
In this presentation Dr Diarmaid Hogan and Dr Ray Foley will present an overview of the challenges facing the industry as it journeys towards an electric future and the potential solutions and technology requirements needed to achieve this ambitious goal. The transition from hydraulic and pneumatic systems to electric systems, and from conventional propulsion to hybrid-electric propulsion places UTC and UTRC in a unique position globally to deliver technologies supporting the future of air travel. This will be a key element in the contribution of the aerospace industry towards reducing greenhouse emissions, improve operating costs, lower noise, and improve reliability. About the speakers
Dr Diarmaid Hogan is a Senior Research Scientist at United Technologies Research Centre (UTRC) Ireland, where he is member of the Power Electronics Research group. He received his PhD in Power Electronics in 2017 from University College Cork, where he was the recipient of the Irish Research Council Enterprise Partnership Scholarship. At UTRC, he is involved in a number of projects spanning areas of hardware-in-the-loop and rapid prototyping testing for aerospace applications, advanced machine controls, modelling and control development for aerospace applications.
Dr Ray Foley is the Site Director at UTRC Ireland, where he has overall responsibility for the operations and management of United Technologies Corporation’s (UTC) European research hub. Ray began his career at UTRC in 2010, and has been involved in R&D activities supporting the various business units of UTC. Most recently he was Project Lead for the Collins Aerospace Systems program at UTRC. He has a PhD degree in Power Electronics (2007) from University College Cork. He has been a participant in several National and EU funded R&D projects. He is the author/co-author of over 30 conference and journal publications. Admission
Free and all are welcome to attend.
Sports & Social
Tag Rugby Sign Ups Now Open / Ronan Maher
Sign ups are now open for ESB Tag Rugby Club’s Summer Season.
The season will run for 9 starting in the last week in May and is a great way to stay active and to socialise.
Two leagues are available to players.
1. Terenure Sports Club
Game day: Wednesdays
Start Date: 29th May
2. Clontarf Road
Game Day: Thursdays
Start Date: 30th May
Players of all ages and experience welcome.
If you are interested joining, email firstname.lastname@example.org indicating which venue/s you wish to play.