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TEN YEARS OF SINGING – INISHOWEN GOSPEL CHOIR CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY

first_imgThe Inishowen Gospel Choir is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a special concert.The Inishowen Gospel Choir in action.The birthday celebration takes place on Saturday, November 21st at the Colgan Hall in Carndonagh.Formed in north Inishowen in 2005, the choir has gone on to become one of the north west’s best-loved musical acts.In the last decade the choir has appeared at events and festivals around Ireland and abroad, performing in Poland, the Netherlands, France and at the world famous Glastonbury festival for three years in a row. The choir has just had one of its busiest summers in recent years, which included playing the main stage of Body & Soul at the Electric Picnic, a festival the choir has performed at for the last four years.The last decade has also seen the choir collaborate live on stage with some of Ireland’s best-known musical talents including Moya Brennan, Liam O Maonlai, Declan O’Rourke, Duke Special and Bronagh Gallagher.The choir has invited back former members for the celebration and will also be performing with some of the musical acts that are closely associated with the Carndonagh-based singers.The night will bring together three acts involving the three founders of the choir – Lorna McLaughlin (The Henry Girls), Kate O’Callaghan, and Siobhán Shiels (Great White Lies).Acts involving the choir’s current musical directors, Neil Burns (Comrade Hat) and Anna Nolan (Velvet Alibi), will also perform. All the acts are active participants in the north west’s vibrant live music scene.The choir will also perform from the repertoire of gospel, folk, roots, rock and soul that has kept audiences coming back over the years.Although based in Inishowen the choir attracts singers from across north Donegal and Derry city.Anna Nolan said the choir is excited to have brought all the acts together to perform for the special occasion.“The choir has been a constantly evolving entity and has meant so much to so many people,” she said. “Down the years it has been a place where locally-based people from different backgrounds have come together to share the joys of singing and friendship. It has given these people the opportunity to sing in various contexts from festivals to churches, on tiny stages to massive stages. We hope that the choir continues its important work of bringing smiles to faces for years to come.”Tickets cost €10 – full price, €8 – concession, €5 – children, and are available at local Carndonagh outlets or on the door. Doors open 7.30pm. For further details or interviews contact manager Yvonne McFadden on +353 860 584 017 or musical director Anna Nolan on +44 7971 196 479.TEN YEARS OF SINGING – INISHOWEN GOSPEL CHOIR CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY was last modified: November 12th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalInishowen Gospel Choirlast_img read more

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CHRISTMAS PLEA TO SAVE DOOMED DONKEY MARY AND THE THREE WISE MEN!

first_imgAn animal sanctuary owner has sent out a Christmas SOS for a home for a donkey called Mary who is in foal.‘Mary’ is one of four donkeys that will be put down for Christmas if homes are not found for them.The owner of the Donegal Donkey Sanctuary, Danny Curran, said he simply has no room at his ‘Inn’ at the sanctuary in Raphoe. The abandoned donkeys were found wandering in St Johnston this week by Gardai.Gardai say the animals will have to be destroyed if they are not rehomed.Mr Curran told Donegal Daily he is already full to capacity with 54 donkeys at his stables.However he says he will clean and check the donkeys and drive anywhere in the country to find them a new home. “I basically have no room at the Inn for Mary and the three wise men as we have called them.“I would never turn an animal away but we are simply bursting to capacity.“If we do not find homes for them, they will have to be put in the pound and then destroyed over Christmas,” admitted Danny.The sanctuary owner, who started caring for donkeys five years ago, says anyone with even a small bit of land and some shelter could keep the donkeys until a longer-term home is found.“One of the donkeys, Mary, is in foal and will need to be looked after. “But the other three, the three wise men, are all in good condition. Even if we can get temporary homes over the Christmas period, then we can get something sorted in the New Year,” he said.And Danny adds that he is prepared to drive anywhere in the country to make sure the donkeys are saved for Christmas.“I think it’s very touching at this time of year that we can’t find a home for a donkey in foal considering Mary was carried by donkey to Bethlehem.“Donkeys are the kindest of creatures and I will drive anywhere to make sure these four donkeys have a good home this Christmas,” said Danny. Meanwhile Danny said demand for his services are only going up every year.The sanctuary, which is run completely on voluntary contributions, has plans to build five more stables and a small visitor’s centre in the New Year.CHRISTMAS PLEA TO SAVE DOOMED DONKEY MARY AND THE THREE WISE MEN! was last modified: December 21st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Dany CurranRaphoe Donkey Sanctuarylast_img read more

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EMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: MAKING YOUR GOALS FOR 2014

first_imgPERSONAL trainer and fitness instructor Emmet Rushe joins Donegal Daily today for a new series of articles aimed at helping you to get fit and healthy in 2014. Here is his first piece.By Emmet Rushe: January is upon us again, and with it comes a wave of fitness and weight loss as people set out on their New Year’s resolutions.The media is awash with advertisements for gyms, clubs, bootcamps and fitness classes. We are bombarded with weight loss products: pills, powders, diets, shakes and drinks… each one telling us why their way is the best way to start the New Year.With all of these options available to us, why is it that New Year’s resolutions never seem to last.Why do the majority of people, who start out with the best of intentions and with steely determination never seem to get past the first few weeks?They seem to have everything that they need on their doorstep, so what’s missing? What is holding them back from success? Anyone? Anyone? The answer has nothing to do with calories, cardio, weights or diets.The answer is simple…….. Planning your goal.How many of you have just rolled your eyes, or laughed, or think that I am talking out of my posterior? Now, how many of you are still 100% committed to your New Year’s resolution?Goal-setting has been the not-so-secret “secret” that the most successful people in the world have been using for years.When was the last time you wrote down what you wanted to achieve? I know that the majority of you are reading this and saying that you know what you want to achieve, but it isn’t as simple as just knowing what you want. If you truly want to achieve your goals, you need to set out a plan.The plan isn’t just a tool to confirm what you want, it will help reaffirm what you want. Goal setting provides stimulation and motivation.Once you know what your goal is, write it down and then put it up in places around your house where you will see it; on the fridge, in the bathroom, beside your bed, in your wallet or purse. You are basically programming yourself into doing what you want.The subconscious mind controls automatic behaviour habits. It does not think or reason. It works like a computer that can be programmed. If it gets bombarded with negative suggestions throughout the day, the outcome of your goals when things get tough will more than likely be failure. When you write down your goals and you are constantly being faced with them, reading them and accepting them as real, your subconscious will programme itself to do the same. When things get tough with training or with your diet, you will come up with a solution without even thinking about it. This can be the difference between hitting the snooze button or getting up and doing an early morning training session. It can be the difference between making a good breakfast that will set you up mentally and physically for the day, or rushing out the door at the last minute and grabbing whatever you can get your hands on.If you are truly committed to what you want for the New Year, go and grab a pen and paper and write down the main goal that you want to achieve. Write it in the present tense, as if you already have it. Keep it with you and read it every chance you get.Do this and your goals will last far beyond January.#TrainSmartFor more see: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Personal-Training-and-Performance/120518884715118?ref=hl* Emmet is the owner and operator of Rushe Personal Training and PerformanceEMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: MAKING YOUR GOALS FOR 2014 was last modified: January 13th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:columnemmet rushefitnesshealthletterkennylast_img read more

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High School Scoreboard – 10/14

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! G: Omar Lopez 11 run (Marco Reyes kick) L: Martin Garcia 30 fg L: Safety, punter downed end zone G: Phillip Nemcek 3 run (Reyes kick) Records (overall, league): La Puente 0-6, 0-2; Gladstone 6-1, 3-0. PACIFIC LEAGUE Pasadena 28, Glendale 18 Pasadena 6 15 0 7 28 Glendale 0 0 0 18 18 P: Andrew Bell 10 run (kick failed) P: Rashad McCord 32 run (McCord run) P: Bell 9 run (Ali Rassamdana kick) G: James Clay 1 run (kick failed) G: Clay 23 run (run failed) G: Jalal Saleh 12 run (kick failed) P: Bell 45 run (Rassamdana kick) Records (overall, league): Pasadena 2-4, 1-0; Glendale 1-5, 0-1. VALLE VISTA LEAGUE Pomona 41, Baldwin Park 38 (OT) Baldwin Park 7 7 14 7 3 38 Pomona 14 14 7 0 6 41 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week P: Kelly Johnson 1 fumble recovery (Ivan Verduzco kick) B: Angel Acevedo 1 run (Victor Carillo kick) P: Eddie Acosta 5 run (Verduzco kick) P: Teleli Pati 13 pass from Johnson (kick failed) B: Jose Carcamo 59 pass from Acevedo (Carillo kick) P: Rodney Alford 6 run (Alford run) B: Aaron Harris 1 run (Carillo kick) P: Johnson 89 punt return (Verduzco kick) B: Acevedo 9 run (Carillo kick) B: Harris 3 run (Carillo kick) B: Carillo 39 FG P: Alford 7 run Records (overall, league): Baldwin Park (4-2, 0-1); Pomona (3-3, 1-0). BOYS WATER POLO RIO HONDO LEAGUE Temple City 9, Monrovia 6 Temple City 3 1 4 1 9 Monrovia 2 1 1 2 6 Temple City scoring: Justin Coy 4, Jason Jen 3, Jonathan Wong 2. Monrovia scoring: Armando Ruiz, Mark Beemen, Allen Sanchez, Tom Bender, Chase Kittlson, Vinny Partain. Shots: Temple city 11; Monrovia 22. Goalie saves: Darren Sayphraraj (TC) 9; Armando Ruiz (M) 0. Records (overall, league): Temple City 7-6, 2-1; Monrovia 8-9, 0-4. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE Rowland 22, West Covina 5 West Covina 0 2 1 2 5 Rowland 9 1 2 10 22 West Covina scoring: Kenneth Palaab 2, Kenneth Sandovali, Charlie Nguyen, Andrew Dao 1. Rowland scoring: Mikey Edwards 6, James Um 4, Simon Bernal 2, Allen Taylor 2, Jonathan Hale 2, Domenic Marquez, Louis Takagi, Steven Gonzalez, Anthony Miller, Robert Chin. Shots: West Covina 16; Rowland 15. Goalie saves: Jackie Lam (WC) 3; Steve Wosman (R) 9. Records (overall, league): West Covina 1-12, 0-3; Rowland 15-5, 3-0. NONLEAGUE Arcadia 13, Wilson 3 Arcadia 5 1 1 6 13 Wilson 0 0 2 1 3 Arcadia scoring: Brad philippi 3, William Brown 2, Matt Fornaciari 2, Michael Andrawis 2, Alex Sy, Keita Teranishi, Michael Langendoen, R.J. Swanson. Wilson scoring: Howard Chen 3. Shots: Arcadia 25, Wilson 20. Goalie saves: Stephen Angell (A) 17; Steven Perez (W) 4. Records (overall, league): Arcadia 15-6; Wilson 4-12. GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE Bonita 5, Santa Ana 0 @SOC.BOX1:Santa Ana 0 0–0 @SOC.BOX2:Bonita 4 1–5 Bonita scoring: Carly Johnson (Kaili Hardy, unassisted, unassisted), Liz Garcia (unassisted), Yvette Donoho (unassisted). Shots: Santa Ana 5; Bonita 25. Goalie saves: Kristine Leonard (B) 4; Norma Gomez (SA) 10. Records (overall, league): Santa Ana 2-9, 0-6; Bonita 11-3-2, 3-2. GIRLS TENNIS MIRAMONTE LEAGUE Wilson 16, Charter Oak 2 At Wilson Singles: Wilson — Marcia Oen 3-0, Sylvia Tang 2-1, Audrey Yonesato 3-0. Charter Oak — Sara Napolitano 0-1, Kumiku Inoue 0-2, Olivia Graham 1-2, Kelsey Cooper 0-3. Doubles: Wilson –Saori Hanamure-Synthia Okihara 3-0, Amanda Yang-Rachel Tsao 3-0, Joy Sun-Catherine Ho 1-1, Cynthia Joe-Samantha Gonzales 1-0. Charter Oak — Lyndsay Vogel-Afrielle Fondevilla 0-3, Jamie Teragawa-Wendy Luong 1-2, Libby Dela Pena-Ivy Pena 0-3. Records: Wilson 13-0, 5-0; Charter Oak 5-6, 2-3. MONTVIEW LEAGUE Gladstone 13, Workman 5 At Workman Singles: Gladstone — Gabby Oleta 3-0, Jamie Calles 2-1, Vanessa Vasquez 2-1. Workman –Alejandra Moreno 2-1, Bernadette Kelly 0-3, Manelya Reyes 0-3. Doubles: Gladstone — Vanessa Ortiz-Anel Rivera 2-1, Stephanie Perez-Jessica Cabrena 2-1, Darlene Rodriguez-Stephanie Obeso 2-1. Workman — Bernice Quezado-Cynthia Bravo 3-0, Jamie Farfan-Arlene Vasquez 0-3, Erica Cardenas-Ashley Peach 0-3. Record: Gladstone 12-1, 6-0. VALLE VISTA LEAGUE Covina 12, San Dimas 6 At Covina Singles: Covina — Jacqueline Nguyen 3-0, Meg Tiangco 2-1, Benya Pokpongkiat 2-1. San Dimas –Ochie Sombolon 0-3, Jasmine Corona 2-1, Amanda Garcia 0-3. Doubles: Covina –Wendy Ojeda-Jazmyn Lopez 1-2, Grace Liao-Kimee Sarcos 3-0, Rebecca Prelle-Marr Tiangco 1-2. San Dimas — Angela Wardlow-Meagan Johnson 2-1, Lillibeth Kutigbak-Meagan Dean 2-1, Janae Cates-Christina Miranda 0-1, Janae Cates-Virginia Neel 0-2. Records: Covina 14-0, 6-0; San Dimas 4-7, 3-3. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL HORIZON LEAGUE At Alverno Alverno def. San Gabriel Mission 25-13, 25-20, 25-23. Records (overall, league): San Gabriel Mission 3-7, 0-5; Alverno 11-8, 5-0. Notes: Celina Flores (A) 15 kills, Honor Soluri (A) 10 kills, Katie Rockenbach (A) 10 kills; Anna Savino (A) 5 aces. MIRAMONTE LEAGUE At Wilson Wilson def. Charter Oak 25-9, 25-15, 26-24. Records (overall, league): Charter Oak ; Wilson 8-0, 3-0. Notes: Ashley Lee (W) 19 kills. MT. BALDY At Ontario Diamond Ranch def. Ontario 25-16, 25-20, 25-15. Record (overall, league): Diamond Ranch 7-6, 5-0. Notes: Diane Ortiz (DR) 10 kills, Amber Wilson (DR) 10 kills. SIERRA LEAGUE At Ayala Ayala def. Chino 25-16, 25-12, 25-12. Records (overall, league): Chino 2-9, 0-4; Ayala 8-7, 3-1. Notes: Brittany Williams (A) 16 kills. At Chino Hills HS St. Lucy’s def. Chino Hills 25-13, 25-15, 26-24. Record: St. Lucy’s 14-3, 4-0. At Diamond Bar HS Glendora def. Diamond Bar 25-22, 13-25, 22-25, 25-23, 15-5. Records (overall, league): Glendora 6-3, 3-1; Diamond Bar 3-1. Notes: Taylor Jacobs (G) 11 kills; Leanne Lagace (G) 10 kills; Alison Sharp (G) 13 kills; Torrie Brown (DB) 22 kills,16 blocks; Jen Conway (DB) 11 kills. VALLE VISTA LEAGUE At Covina San Dimas def. Covina 25-16, 25-11, 25-22. Records (overall, league): San Dimas 8-7, 2-2; Covina 0-4 (in league). Notes: Brittni May (SD) 10 kills. At Northview HS Northview def. Baldwin Park 25-20, 25-18, 25-11. Records (overall, league): Baldwin Park 1-9, 0-4; Northview 6-3, 4-0. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE At Walnut Walnut def. Nogales 25-14, 25-16, 25-19. Records (overall, league): Nogales 6-6, 1-2; Walnut 14-3, 3-0. Notes: Angeline Quiocho (W) 10 kills; Elaine Chen (W) 28 assists. NONLEAGUE At Los Altos HS South Hills def. Los Altos 25-10, 28-26, 21-25, 25-22. Records (overall, league): South Hills 16-3, 3-0; Los Altos 1-2. Notes: Allison Wilder (SH) 7 blocks; Madison Compise (SH) 10 kills; Natalia Gonzalez (SH) 15 kills. center_img FOOTBALL All games at 7 p.m. San Antonio League Nogales at West Covina South Hills at Rowland Mission Valley League South El Monte at Arroyo Rosemead at Gabrielino El Monte at Mountain View Miramonte League Charter Oak at Los Altos Wilson at Garey Sierra League Ayala at Damien Glendora at Chino Hills, at Ayala HS Baseline League Etiwanda at Claremont Serra League Bishop Amat at St. John Bosco, 7:30 p.m. Christian League Western Christian at Citrus Hill Montview League Duarte at Bassett Workman vs. Azusa, at Duarte HS Valle Vista League Ganesha vs. Covina, at Covina District Field Northview at San Dimas MT. BALDY LEAGUE Diamond Ranch at Don Lugo Nonleague Walnut at Bonita FOOTBALL MONTVIEW LEAGUE Gladstone 14, La Puente 5 La Puente 0 5 0 0 5 Gladstone 0 7 7 0 14 last_img read more

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Women’s Soccer Hosts Marquette in Home Opener Sunday

first_img Live Stats Marquette (0-5-1) is in search of its first win Sunday. The Golden Eagles were narrowly defeated by Colorado, 2-1, Thursday in Milwaukee. The Golden Eagles have played a challenging schedule with matches against then No. 12 California and No. 3 Duke. Marquette owns a 2-0-1 advantage all-time versus Drake, including a 3-0 win last season in Milwaukee. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s soccer team hosts Marquette Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Cownie Soccer Complex. The match is the home opener for the Bulldogs who started the season with six straight road matches. The game against the Golden Eagles will be streamed on ESPN+. Story Linkscenter_img Drake (2-4-0) closed the season-long road trip with a 1-0 win over North Dakota State. Sophomore Olivia Bruce (Lakeville, Minn.) scored in the 84th minute as the Bulldogs snapped three-match losing and scoreless streaks. It is the second goal this season for Bruce who leads the team. Sophomore goalkeeper Kelsie Stone (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) recorded her first career shutout. Bruce and Stone are two of 12 freshmen or sophomores who have logged significant minutes this season for Drake. Following Sunday’s match, Drake hosts South Dakota Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. at Cownie. The game will be shown on ESPN+. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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