CDC Function Report

Ar an 14iú Bealtaine chuir an CDC ócáid tiomsaithe airgid thar a bheith rathúil ar bun. Cuireadh an oíche ar bun i dteach tabhairne an Deer’s Head ar Sráid Parnell i gcroílár chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath. Príomhaidhm na hoíche ná chun tarraingt ticéid a chuir ar bun os rud é gur dhíol baill an CDC na céadta díobh sna seachtainí roimhe sin ionas airgead a chruinniú dár gníomhaíochta amach romhainn. Cuid tábhachtach eile den oíche ab ea na daoine a bhí bailithe ann a chur ar an eolas faoi obair an CDC agus na spriocanna atá againn don todhchaí chomh maith le béim a leagan ar an bhfáth go bhfuil sé criticiúil eagraíocht ar nós an CDC bheith ar bun agus an eacnamaíocht trína chéile. Sheinn Celtic Symphony ceol ar an oíche, idir meascáin balléidí, ceol traidisiúnta agus roinnt popcheoil. Ag deireadh na dála is oíche lán de craic agus spraoi a bhí ann. Chomh maith leis sin baineadh aidhmeanna na hoíche amach, bailíodh airgead don CDC agus daoine a cuireadh daoine ar an eolas faoinár dtionscnaimh agus pleananna don todhchaí.

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On the 14th of May a highly successful fund raising event was held by CDC. The night was held in the Deer’s Head Public on Parnell Street in Dublin’s city centre. The aim of the night was primarily to hold a draw for which hundreds of tickets had been sold by CDC members in order to raise monies to promote our initiatives. Another aspect of the night, however, included the CDC informing all those present at the function of our objectives and the reasons why it is imperative that an entity such as the CDC be set up in these times of harsh economic depression. Music on the night was provided by Celtic Symphony who played a mixture of ballads, traditional and more contemporary music. All in all an enjoyable night was had by those in attendance and the purpose of the function to raise both funds for the CDC, and awareness of our work and plans for the future, was realised.

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