TIPPERARY GAA YEAR BOOK

From www.tipperary.gaa.ie
A reminder that the deadline for the receipt of material for the Tipperary GAA Year Book, especially obituary notices, is November 1st. The Year Book Committee hope that many people in the county will be willing to take out advertisements in the book, which helps to defray the costs of production. Fiachra O’Keeffe, Glenough, Rossmore, Cashel is the advertising agent for the 2010 Yearbook. The final date for the receipt of advertisements in November 13th and it is hoped to have the book, which will be printed by the Nenagh Guardian, in the shops by December 11th.

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TIPPERARY GAA YEAR BOOK

It’s that time of the year again when the preliminary work on the production of the Tipperary G.A.A. Yearbook commences. Chairman, Seamus King, informs me that the first meeting of the committee takes place this Thursday in Lár na Páirce and it’s all systems go after that. The deadline for the receipt of material, especially obituary notices, is November 1. This year, the Yearbook will be of special interest because of Tipperary senior hurlers’ tremendous performances in the National League and the championship. The book will record the highlights of these achievements, as well as the efforts of the other county teams in hurling and football, and all the other G.A.A. activity within the county. Also, the highlights of the 125 celebrations within the county will be recorded. The committee hope that many people in the county will be willing to take out advertisements in the book, which helps to defray the costs of production and, with this in mind they have appointed Fiachra O’Keeffe, Glenough, Rossmore, Cashel as advertising agent for the 2010 Yearbook. They are hopeful that he will get a good response. The final date for the receipt of advertisements in November 13 and it is hoped to have the book, which will be printed by the Nenagh Guardian, in the shops by December 11.

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