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TAR AMACH AGUS RITH DON GHAEILGE LE RITH 2012 AG TOISEACHT I nGAOTH DOBHAIR

first_imgIs féile náisiúnta Gaeilge é Rith 2012 a bheidh ar siúl ón 8-17 Márta 2012 i rith Seachtain na Gaeilge.Is slí nua é Rith 2012 chun teanga agus cultúr na Gaeilge a cheiliúradh go feiceálach i bpobail ar fud na hÉireann agus airgead á bhailiú d’fhorbairt na Gaeilge ag an am céanna.Beidh baitín sealaíochta lámh-dhearaithe speisialta le teachtaireacht folaithe istigh ann á iompar ag Rith 2012 ó thus go deireadh. Tógfar céad chéimeanna Rith 2012 i nGaoth Dobhair ar an 8 Márta. I ndiaidh an tsearmanais tionscnaimh, osclófar an Bata agus cuirfear an teachtaireacht tacaíochta don Ghaeilge isteach ann.Ansin, bronnfar an bata ar rásaí an chéad chiliméadair agus tosóidh an turas…Iomprófar an Bata timpeall na hÉireann ar feadh deich lá, ó mhaidn go hoíche, ar thuras 1000km, trí breis is 200 baile agus 15 gcondae.Críochnóidh sé ar Lá Fhéile Pádraig in Inis Mór, Árainn, Co. na Gaillimhe agus léifear amach an teachtaireacht tacaíochta seo don Ghaeilge.Tá cúrsa 1000km leagtha amach chun ollrith sealaíochta a dhéanamh ó Ghaoth Dobhair go hInis Mór leis na míllte duine ag glacadh páirte ann. Tharla an chéad Rith sa bhliain 2010 nuair a ghlac 20,000 páirt san fhéile.Níos mó sonraí ar www.rith.ieCOMÓRTAISRannóg A  Bunscoileanna:  Naíonáin – Rang 2, Clubanna óige 4-8Rannóg B Bunscoileanna: Rang 3– 6  Clubanna óige: aois 9-13Rannóg C Iarbhunscoileanna: Clubanna óige Aois 13 +Comórtas 1. Cumadóireacht ó bhéalCum rap, dán no amhrán i gcomhair Rith 2012.  Is comórtas grúpa nóranga é seo. Ba cheart don ghrúpa nó don rang go léir bheith ag obairle chéile agus iarratas amháin a chur isteach.Spriocdháta:   Dé hAoine, 24 Feabhra 2012.Comórtas 2. Griangraf / BratachaDear agus déan bratacha i gcomhair Rith 2012.  Ansin glac cúplagrianghraf agus seol chugainn iad chun an dea-obair a thaispeáint.Ullmhaigh na bratacha roimh an Aoine, 2  Márta 2012Comórtas 3. EalaínIs comórtas aonair é seo. Is féidir le gach duine sa ghrúpa nó sa rangiarratas a ullmhú.Rannóg A: Tarraing nó péinteáil pictiúr ‘Mo Cheantar Féin’ agus cuirteideal air.Rannóg B: Tarraing nó péinteáil pictiúr a léireoidh míniú arlogainm(neacha) i do cheantar.Rannóg C: Dear póstaer (le láimh nó go leictreonach) a léireoidh míniúar logainm(neacha) i do cheantar.Spriocdháta : Dé hAoine, 2 Márta 2012.Comórtas 4. ScríbhneoireachtIs comórtas aonair é seo. Is féidir le gach duine sa ghrúpa nó sa rangiarratas a ullmhú.Rannóg A: Cuir lipéad nó bolgán cainte leis an bpictiúr. (www.rith.ie/comortais)Rannóg B: Scríobh scéal faoi Rith 2012. Is féidir fíorscéal nó ficseana bheith i gceist.Rannóg C: Scríobh alt i gcomhair irisleabhair nó nuachtáin faoi Rith 2012.Spriocdháta: Dé hAoine, 24 Márta 2012. Duaiseanna :  Clódóirí ó Hewlett-Packard agus cluichí, leabhair agusCD ó www.udar.ieTAR AMACH AGUS RITH DON GHAEILGE LE RITH 2012 AG TOISEACHT I nGAOTH DOBHAIR was last modified: January 17th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Gaoth DobhairLá Fhéile Pádraigrith 2012Seachtain na Gaeilgelast_img read more

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Watch your waistline! Top five Christmas coffees that contain HUGE calories

first_imgOne thing that is very popular at this time of year is the Christmas themed coffees.It should be said, that most of these aren’t actually coffee and are more of a variety of calorific hot chocolates that sell by the thousands.So, which of these are the worst for your waistline? As with anything, it is usually the ones that taste the best.COSTA GINGERBREAD LATTEThis is a Christmas favourite.Costas Gingerbread Latte.This is hugely popular over the festive period and for good reason.  🎅It tastes great. Advertisement But, this does come at a cost, and that cost is almost 400 calories.323 calories7g of carbs24.2g of sugar14.9g of fat.This is almost a meals worth of calories in one drink. Gingerbread FrappuccinoAs I only drink coffee in Starbucks. I didn’t know there was a difference between a Gingerbread latte and a Gingerbread Frappuccino.Turns out there are almost 100 calories of a differenceThe Gingerbread Frappuccino comes in at 480 calories while the gingerbread latte comes in at 392 calories. Advertisement The carbs and sugar are almost DOUBLE of the latte also.Coming in at 80g carbs and 79g sugar, compared to 42g carbs and 39g sugar in the latte.Billionaire Hot Chocolate from Costa CoffeeThis is going to be very popular this year.Coming in at 528 calories with 63g of carbs and 52g of sugar.It is a whopper, to say the least.If you are still planning on treating yourself, go for a small to save yourself some calories.  Advertisement Café Neró’s Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate. Again, it’s another seemingly innocent Christmas themed drink and you wouldn’t think it could do that much damage.Unfortunately, you’d be wrong.A large version of this comes in at 623 calories and has 5g of carbs.77.7g of this is sugar and has 25g of fat also. Advertisement While this is higher in calories, there are higher to come.Hot chocolate with everything on it.We look at Costa Coffee Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows and Whipped cream.Basically, it’s the works.Everything is on this, the ultimate indulgence, and the calories show this.This is the largest number of calories out if all the drinks I looked at. Advertisement Coming in at;750 calories 4g of carbs68.5g of sugar34.2g of fatIf you were to have a Christmas cookie along with this, you’d be taking in over a thousand calories for a snack.There you have it. The top 5 Christmas themed drinks, that are the highest in calories.Could you make them fit into your diet?Anything is possible, but you wouldn’t be indulging too often on this if you were looking for weight loss or to just maintain a bit of control over the festive period. Again, as with everything moderation is key.#Leanin2019If you would like to focus on getting in shape for Christmas, we can help you to get Christmas party-ready.Click the link below and get signed up to our Christmas workouts.8 weeks to get you in the best shape of your life for the Christmas Party season. LADIES CLICK HEREMEN CLICK HEREWatch your waistline! Top five Christmas coffees that contain HUGE calories was last modified: November 3rd, 2019 by Emmet RusheShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Christmas comes early for 90-year-old €2,000 raffle winner Peg!

first_imgThe Annual Croí Golden Ticket Raffle results were announced on Wednesday, December 18, with 90-year-old Peg Murrin from Killybegs winning the top prize of €2,000! The second prize of €1,000 went to Claire Connolly from Oranmore, now living in Australia.Claire’s Grandmother Julie, a stroke survivor and member of Croí’s Stroke Support Group, purchased the ticket for her granddaughter. The draw took place at 1:30pm in Croí House, with a total prize fund of €5,000.An incredible €65,000 was raised through Croí’s annual Christmas fundraiser, with funds going to support stroke survivors and their carers. With thanks to generous donors, Croí is able to offer free stroke support services, including specialised physical activity programmes and support groups.Former Garda Sergeant John Kelly from Cregmore, Co. Galway pulled the winning names from the draw.John survived a stroke eight years ago and now receives specialist support from the Croí Health Team, including communication sessions with a Speech and Language Therapist. The winners of the 2019 Croí Golden Ticket Draw:· 1st prize, €2,000 – winner is Peg Murrin, Donegal· 2nd prize, €1,000 – winner is Claire Connolly, Australia· 3rd prize, €500 – winner is Ursula Dineen, Sligo· 4th prize, €250 – winner is Ultan McDonagh, Galway· 5th prize, €250 – winner is Kevin Cume, Co Clare6th – 15th prize, €100 – winners are Marie Partridge, Dublin; Thomas Walsh, Mayo; Flan Tierney, Clare; Margaret McLaughlan, Donegal; William Quinn; Marie Darcy, Galway; Marian Carey, Donegal; David Kavanagh, Galway; Derek Kennedy, Galway; Hugh Martyn, Galway.Seller’s prizes: Sr Margaret Coyle, Galway; Kathleen Heraty, Mayo; Kathleen Joyce, Galway.Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets – your support helps us continue to help stroke survivors and their families. Special thank you to our Golden Ticket Raffle prize fund sponsor Coen Steel for their generous support, and Corrib Oil for sponsoring the seller’s prizes.Christmas comes early for 90-year-old €2,000 raffle winner Peg! was last modified: December 19th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:croiKillybegsPeggy MurrinRafflewinnerlast_img read more

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Pre-Production Tips: How and Why to Break Down a Script

first_imgLine the ScriptThe first step in breaking down a script is to separate it into filmable scenes. This is called “lining the script,” and it’s quite easy when things are properly formatted. First, I’ll divide scenes via the scene headings or slug lines. Next, I’ll break each page down into eights. Dividing each page by eighths helps me figure out the timing and scheduling of each scene, and the film as a whole. Since one page of a screenplay is generally translated as one minute of screen time, using eighths just provides extra precision.The beauty of using StudioBinder is that it’ll automatically do this step for you. When I go to the breakdowns section, I can see that each scene is already separated by scene heading and measured by eighths. For example, scene thirteen of my script comes in at 4/8, which is half a page in length.Isolate the Production ElementsWith the script properly broken into scenes and divided by eighths, I’m now ready to isolate all of the production elements. StudioBinder makes this incredibly easy in the breakdowns section via tagging.To tag an element, I simply need to highlight then select a category. Elements include anything that’s going to be onscreen, including cast members, props, VFX, makeup, set dressing, etc. For scene thirteen, I have a number of elements:ELI — cast memberSunglasses — costumePhone — propJANE — cast memberBlinking Marker — VFX shotMAN — cast memberEach element has its own color code, and I can add categories as needed. If you’re doing this by hand, you’d simply use different highlighters or pens.Create the Breakdown Summary SheetOnce I have all of the elements isolated, I can now put together a breakdown sheet. With this step, I’m essentially categorizing and listing out all of the elements from the breakdown for each particular scene. Tagging the elements with colors makes this step extremely easy.Again, StudioBinder automates this step. It allows me to quickly view all of the elements, print out scene breakdown reports, and even prepare sides for cast and crew members. Check out the simple breakdown of scene thirteen below. All of the elements are now listed and categorized by color, making it clear what’s needed on the shoot date.When I’m finished, this report will allow me to quickly and easily see everything I need to think about and have prepared, leading up to a shoot day. With my script breakdown in hand, I’m now ready to move on to the next stages of pre-production.Interested in the track we used to make this video?“Sunny Destination” by Vincent ToneLooking for more on working with scripts? Check out these articles.Industry Insights: The Ins and Outs of Working as a Script SupervisorPre-Production Tips: The Basics of Breaking Down a ScriptThe Right Way to Give and Receive Feedback on a ScriptLearn How to Speak Filmmaking: Formatting the ScreenplayTips for Rewriting Your Screenplay Without Starting Completely Over In this video tutorial, I go over one of the most important parts of pre-production: how to breakdown a script — as well as why it’s so useful.In my last tutorial, I focused on how to format a screenplay. Since that’s done, I’m now ready to break down the script. So, why do we need to do this?Well, the breakdown helps a film crew prepare for production. With a proper breakdown, a production team can isolate all the necessary elements, put together a shooting schedule, create a shot list, and generate script sides.You can do this by hand, but remember: it’s 2019 — computers exist. There are many tools available to help facilitate this, but I’ll be using StudioBinder for this tutorial. Now, let’s take a closer look at how to do this.last_img read more

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