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category louth | miscellaneous | news report author Sunday February 13, 2005 15:46author by Sean Crudden - Cooley Environmental and Health Groupauthor email sean at cooleyehg dot comauthor address Jenkinstown, Dundalk, Co Louth.author phone 042 9371310 Report this post to the editors

February Meeting of Cooley Environmental and Health Group

A short meeting of Cooley Environmental and Health Group concluded some ot the business it conducted over the winter and made some plans for the spring and summer.
Secretary of Cooley Environmental and Health Group, Archbishop M D Hynes PhD OMA
Secretary of Cooley Environmental and Health Group, Archbishop M D Hynes PhD OMA

A special meeting of Cooley Environmental and Health Group took place in Jenkinstown on Saturday 12 February 2005 starting at 8.30 p.m.

The meeting heard that sales of the Pringle Report "Cancer Mortality and Morbidity in County Louth" were slow. It was decided to distribute some copies of the report to bookshops in the shopping centres in Dundalk. The treasurer of the group, Sean Crudden, said that an application for a grant to support the publication of the report was currently before the authorities, in Dublin, of Comhairle.

The treasurer said that a cheque for €300 was expected to come very soon from Louth County Enterprise Board. That cheque would defray most of the expenses incurred in organising, and running on 29 January 2005, the successful winter workshop on "Organisation and Health." The meeting voted a payment of €40 from its own funds to the treasurer to cover the costs he incurred in facilitating the workshop.

The secretary, Archbishop Michael Desmond Hynes, was instructed to write to Mary Grehan MD MCC to thank her for a donation of €100 to the group from her "councillor’s allocation." The meeting heard that Jim Loughran MCC had given a positive response to a request for a contribution to the group from him from his "councillor’s allocation."

A request had been issued by the facilitator of the winter workshop to Kalichi to try and create a written reconstruction of his very well received presentation at the winter workshop. The idea, Mr Crudden said, was to publish this piece of writing (if it is realised) on the group’s website and to submit it for publication to the local paper and also indymedia. It was further suggested that the secretary should attempt to write out a full version of his presentation to the workshop from notes the facilitator took on the day. The purpose for this would also be publication of the resulting text which would be of interest to a wider audience than merely those in attendance at the workshop on 29 January 2005.

It was decided to depart from Jenkinstown at 6.30 p.m. on Monday 14 March 2005 for a trip to the handball facility run by Carrickmacross Emmetts.

The next meeting of the group was fixed for Jenkinstown at 8.00 p.m. on Saturday 16 April 2005. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.

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author by Michele O'Reillypublication date Wed Feb 16, 2005 05:18author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Sean It looks like both the health service and religion are going through a rough ride at the moment. Hopefully very soon both will reap fruit for the betterment of all.

Michele xx

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