In Pictures: Clonenagh NS host wonderful Christmas Show

first_img By LaoisToday Reporter – 19th December 2018 Council Facebook WhatsApp Home Lifestyle In Pictures: Clonenagh NS host wonderful Christmas Show LifestyleOut and About Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Clonenagh National School, Mountrath, held their Christmas Show in the Convent Hall recently.The Mountrath Forum very kindly gave the school the hall for the night.It was the most perfect location as it added to the overall theatrical experience for everyone there, as it still has the majestic curtains and vast stage.The audience were treated to a welcoming glass of mulled wine and a mince pie when they came in, from the Clonenagh Parents’ Association.Junior, Senior Infants and First Class performed some lively Christmas tunes and a wonderful rendition of ‘When Santa Got Stuck in the Chimney!’.Second Class to Sixth Class performed “Alas in Blunderland”, a play based on a mixture of fairytales and humour.The audience thoroughly enjoyed the children’s efforts and in turn, they were rewarded with a rapturous applause. #The children finished off the Christmas Show by singing some well known carols. Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic year TAGSClonenagh National School It was a night that the pupils of Clonenagh National School are sure to never forget.Our photographer Julie Anne Miller went along and grabbed some great pictures: Community RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Twitter Previous articleIn Pictures: Portlaoise AFC youngsters visit kids in Portlaoise HospitalNext articleDeaths in Laois – Wednesday, December 18, 2018 LaoisToday Reporter Facebook SEE ALSO – ‘I just can’t understand why lads would not want to hurl for their county,’ Brennan speaks after Carlow defeat Community Twitter Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ In Pictures: Clonenagh NS host wonderful Christmas Showlast_img read more

Lyle 7 back after opening 67-69 at Midwest Classic

first_imgOVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Jarrod Lyle followed his opening 4-under 67 with a 69 in windy conditions Friday in the Web.com Tour’s Midwest Classic, leaving the Australian seven strokes behind leader Zack Sucher in his first U.S. event since his second bout with leukemia. The 32-year-old Lyle had four birdies and two bogeys in the second round to reach 6-under 136 at the Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate. Sucher was 13 under after a 63. ”I’m proud and pleased at the way I’m playing,” Lyle said. I’ve been doing a lot of work at home in Australia and here in Orlando to get myself ready for now. It shows that the work I’m doing is the right work.” Lyle leads the field in greens in regulation, hitting 32 of 36. ”I couldn’t ask for anything better,” Lyle said. ”I would have been happy to make the cut on the number, but now I’m in a position where I could make a charge hopefully. Who knows what’s going to happen on the weekend. It’s just a lot of unknowns – how the body holds up, how the fatigue progresses. Now it’s just a bit of a guessing game, but everything is heading in the right direction.” Traveling with wife Briony and 2-year-old daughter Lusi, Lyle also is set to play Web.com Tour events Aug. 7-10 in Springfield, Missouri, and Aug. 14-17 in Knoxville, Tennessee. When Lyle returns to the PGA Tour for the start of the season in October, he will have 20 events to earn $283,825 and reach the equivalent of No. 125 on the money list in 2012, the year he suffered a recurrence. Lyle returned to play in November in the Australian Masters and played in the Victorian Open near his hometown in February. Jason Gore was second at 11 under after a 63, and former Kansas State player Aaron Watkins was third at 10 under after a 65.last_img read more

Royal opening celebrates CTRL completion

first_imgAROUND 1 000 guests were invited to St Pancras on November 6 to watch Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II perform the formal reopening of the magnificently-restored terminus, along with Section 2 of the 109 km Channel Tunnel Rail Link that links it to Europe’s expanding network of 300 km/h lines (RG 11.07 p697).Restoration and extension of the original station has cost £800m. Her Majesty said ‘this project is a wonderful illustration of what can be achieved through working in partnership, and says a good deal about how we can take a 21st century approach while at the same time having due consideration of our heritage’.The last Eurostar pulled out of Waterloo International at 18.12 on November 13, and the first revenue service left St Pancras at 11.01 on the following day. Eurostar says more than 1 million seats have already been sold on trains from St Pancras, raising the prospect of traffic reaching 10 million passengers a year by 2012.CAPTION: Passengers emerge into the St Pancras undercroft from the platforms above following the arrival of the 20.59 Eurostar from Brussels Midi on November 14last_img read more

Marijuana Control Board Rejects THC Limit Among Decisions

first_imgBoard members also voted to remove the cap on THC limits for marijuana concentrates. Just before noon members voted in support of an amendment that will allow on-site consumption in retail establishments. That approval makes Alaska the first state where legalized marijuana will be permitted to be consumed in sales businesses. Another decision made today, marijuana will be able to be packaged in such a way that will allow consumers to see the product before purchase. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Marijuana Control Board made a variety of decisions as it reviewed 42 amendments to the proposed commercial regulations today in Anchorage. And an amendment regarding non-cannabis products allowed to be sold at retail establishments, t-shirts and other merchandise are allowed however edible products such as tobacco cigarettes and food cannot be sold in those businesses.last_img read more