Glarryford's busy Winter Season

31 March 2017

A brief over view of what Glarryford YFC have got up to over Winter

Glarryford's busy Winter Season

 Glarryford YFC had a very busy winter organising many successful events. First up was the annual dinner which was held in Ballymena Rugby Club with David Oliver, YFC Vice President being our guest speaker. After a delicious dinner served up by Jane’s Kitchen David presented the annual awards. Members, parents and friends then enjoyed taking part in various games.

 

Next it was time for the return of Glarryford’s big night, 'The Wife Wants a Farmer' which was held at Tullyglass Hotel on the 2nd December. Lisnamurrican member, Emma Heron, pulled out all the stops to impress the judges to finally go on and pick the famous William Beattie from Finvoy YFC as her husband to be! 

 

Saturday 10th December, many Glarryford members helped to organise our annual children's Christmas party. This was thoroughly enjoyed by all the children as they got a visit from Santa a couple of weeks early! 

 

The following week, 17th December, Glarryford held their annual Christmas themed tractor run which saw well over 100 tractors attend covered in fantastic Christmas decorations!!

 

Christmas passed and Glarryford immediately started practicing for their arts festival performance of 'Geronimo' which has been placed in one of the five performances heading to the Gala! The club would like to extend their thanks to producers Judy and Jimmy King, Mellisa McComb and to the choreography and backstage crew, whose help is greatly appreciated.

 

Glarryford YFC held a big breakfast and car wash morning for David McClean's Cancer Treatment fund where we raised              £1574 for a very worthwhile charity!! A massive thanks goes to everyone who turned up to support and help at the event. 

 

Glarryford entered two teams in the YFCU NI Quiz where one team gained 2nd place. Congratulations to both teams who took part!

 

Glarryford YFC top four officials work endlessly throughout the year to maintain the clubs success. The hard work paid off at County Antrim's AGM where Jessica Reid was placed 2nd in top secretary and Cathy Reid was placed 2nd in top PRO! This is a great achievement and reward for all the effort put into organising events. 

 

There are just a few dates for all the supporters of Glarryford YFC. Our parents and friends evening is being held on Sat 25th March at 7:30pm at Clough Presbyterian Church. Everyone is more than welcome to come along to hear the clubs scandal, see the junior sketch, get a last watch at the arts festival production and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat. Next up is the Church Service on Sunday 9th April at Clough Presbyterian Church from 7:30pm. Refreshments will follow after the service and all family and friends are more than welcome to attend. Supporters bus for the Gala on Saturday 1st of April is leaving Glarryford (venue to be confirmed) at 6pm to head to Londonderry! If any family, friends or supporters would like on this bus, please contact club secretary Jessica Reid on 07525910829! 

 

Glarryford are now looking forward to a busy spring with many events on the cards!

 

 Glarryford YFC had a very busy winter organising many successful events. First up was the annual dinner which was held in Ballymena Rugby Club with David Oliver, YFC Vice President being our guest speaker. After a delicious dinner served up by Jane’s Kitchen David presented the annual awards. Members, parents and friends then enjoyed taking part in various games.

 

Next it was time for the return of Glarryford’s big night, 'The Wife Wants a Farmer' which was held at Tullyglass Hotel on the 2nd December. Lisnamurrican member, Emma Heron, pulled out all the stops to impress the judges to finally go on and pick the famous William Beattie from Finvoy YFC as her husband to be! 

 

Saturday 10th December, many Glarryford members helped to organise our annual children's Christmas party. This was thoroughly enjoyed by all the children as they got a visit from Santa a couple of weeks early! 

 

The following week, 17th December, Glarryford held their annual Christmas themed tractor run which saw well over 100 tractors attend covered in fantastic Christmas decorations!!

 

Christmas passed and Glarryford immediately started practicing for their arts festival performance of 'Geronimo' which has been placed in one of the five performances heading to the Gala! The club would like to extend their thanks to producers Judy and Jimmy King, Mellisa McComb and to the choreography and backstage crew, whose help is greatly appreciated.

 

Glarryford YFC held a big breakfast and car wash morning for David McClean's Cancer Treatment fund where we raised              £1574 for a very worthwhile charity!! A massive thanks goes to everyone who turned up to support and help at the event. 

 

Glarryford entered two teams in the YFCU NI Quiz where one team gained 2nd place. Congratulations to both teams who took part!

 

Glarryford YFC top four officials work endlessly throughout the year to maintain the clubs success. The hard work paid off at County Antrim's AGM where Jessica Reid was placed 2nd in top secretary and Cathy Reid was placed 2nd in top PRO! This is a great achievement and reward for all the effort put into organising events. 

 

There are just a few dates for all the supporters of Glarryford YFC. Our parents and friends evening is being held on Sat 25th March at 7:30pm at Clough Presbyterian Church. Everyone is more than welcome to come along to hear the clubs scandal, see the junior sketch, get a last watch at the arts festival production and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat. Next up is the Church Service on Sunday 9th April at Clough Presbyterian Church from 7:30pm. Refreshments will follow after the service and all family and friends are more than welcome to attend. Supporters bus for the Gala on Saturday 1st of April is leaving Glarryford (venue to be confirmed) at 6pm to head to Londonderry! If any family, friends or supporters would like on this bus, please contact club secretary Jessica Reid on 07525910829! 

 

Glarryford are now looking forward to a busy spring with many events on the cards!

 

Glarryford YFC had a very busy winter organising many successful events. First up was the annual dinner which was held in Ballymena Rugby Club with David Oliver, YFC Vice President being our guest speaker. After a delicious dinner served up by Jane’s Kitchen David presented the annual awards. Members, parents and friends then enjoyed taking part in various games.

 

Next it was time for the return of Glarryford’s big night, 'The Wife Wants a Farmer' which was held at Tullyglass Hotel on the 2nd December. Lisnamurrican member, Emma Heron, pulled out all the stops to impress the judges to finally go on and pick the famous William Beattie from Finvoy YFC as her husband to be! 

 

Saturday 10th December, many Glarryford members helped to organise our annual children's Christmas party. This was thoroughly enjoyed by all the children as they got a visit from Santa a couple of weeks early! 

 

The following week, 17th December, Glarryford held their annual Christmas themed tractor run which saw well over 100 tractors attend covered in fantastic Christmas decorations!!

 

Christmas passed and Glarryford immediately started practicing for their arts festival performance of 'Geronimo' which has been placed in one of the five performances heading to the Gala! The club would like to extend their thanks to producers Judy and Jimmy King, Mellisa McComb and to the choreography and backstage crew, whose help is greatly appreciated.

 

Glarryford YFC held a big breakfast and car wash morning for David McClean's Cancer Treatment fund where we raised              £1574 for a very worthwhile charity!! A massive thanks goes to everyone who turned up to support and help at the event. 

 

Glarryford entered two teams in the YFCU NI Quiz where one team gained 2nd place. Congratulations to both teams who took part!

 

Glarryford YFC top four officials work endlessly throughout the year to maintain the clubs success. The hard work paid off at County Antrim's AGM where Jessica Reid was placed 2nd in top secretary and Cathy Reid was placed 2nd in top PRO! This is a great achievement and reward for all the effort put into organising events. 

 

There are just a few dates for all the supporters of Glarryford YFC. Our parents and friends evening is being held on Sat 25th March at 7:30pm at Clough Presbyterian Church. Everyone is more than welcome to come along to hear the clubs scandal, see the junior sketch, get a last watch at the arts festival production and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat. Next up is the Church Service on Sunday 9th April at Clough Presbyterian Church from 7:30pm. Refreshments will follow after the service and all family and friends are more than welcome to attend. Supporters bus for the Gala on Saturday 1st of April is leaving Glarryford (venue to be confirmed) at 6pm to head to Londonderry! If any family, friends or supporters would like on this bus, please contact club secretary Jessica Reid on 07525910829! 

 

Glarryford are now looking forward to a busy spring with many events on the cards!

 

Glarryford YFC had a very busy winter organising many successful events. First up was the annual dinner which was held in Ballymena Rugby Club with David Oliver, YFC Vice President being our guest speaker. After a delicious dinner served up by Jane’s Kitchen David presented the annual awards. Members, parents and friends then enjoyed taking part in various games.

 

Next it was time for the return of Glarryford’s big night, 'The Wife Wants a Farmer' which was held at Tullyglass Hotel on the 2nd December. Lisnamurrican member, Emma Heron, pulled out all the stops to impress the judges to finally go on and pick the famous William Beattie from Finvoy YFC as her husband to be! 

 

Saturday 10th December, many Glarryford members helped to organise our annual children's Christmas party. This was thoroughly enjoyed by all the children as they got a visit from Santa a couple of weeks early! 

 

The following week, 17th December, Glarryford held their annual Christmas themed tractor run which saw well over 100 tractors attend covered in fantastic Christmas decorations!!

 

Christmas passed and Glarryford immediately started practicing for their arts festival performance of 'Geronimo' which has been placed in one of the five performances heading to the Gala! The club would like to extend their thanks to producers Judy and Jimmy King, Mellisa McComb and to the choreography and backstage crew, whose help is greatly appreciated.

 

Glarryford YFC held a big breakfast and car wash morning for David McClean's Cancer Treatment fund where we raised              £1574 for a very worthwhile charity!! A massive thanks goes to everyone who turned up to support and help at the event. 

 

Glarryford entered two teams in the YFCU NI Quiz where one team gained 2nd place. Congratulations to both teams who took part!

 

Glarryford YFC top four officials work endlessly throughout the year to maintain the clubs success. The hard work paid off at County Antrim's AGM where Jessica Reid was placed 2nd in top secretary and Cathy Reid was placed 2nd in top PRO! This is a great achievement and reward for all the effort put into organising events. 

 

There are just a few dates for all the supporters of Glarryford YFC. Our parents and friends evening is being held on Sat 25th March at 7:30pm at Clough Presbyterian Church. Everyone is more than welcome to come along to hear the clubs scandal, see the junior sketch, get a last watch at the arts festival production and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat. Next up is the Church Service on Sunday 9th April at Clough Presbyterian Church from 7:30pm. Refreshments will follow after the service and all family and friends are more than welcome to attend. Supporters bus for the Gala on Saturday 1st of April is leaving Glarryford (venue to be confirmed) at 6pm to head to Londonderry! If any family, friends or supporters would like on this bus, please contact club secretary Jessica Reid on 07525910829! 

 

Glarryford are now looking forward to a busy spring with many events on the cards!