The Annual General Meeting of Coiste Scor Chiarrai took place at Kerry’s Centre of Excellence last night.
Prior to the start of the meeting a minutes silence was observed for the late Betty O Brien, former Secretary of the County Scor, and Peggy Cronin, whose daughters Anne Mangan and Sheila McCarthy are very much involved in the promotion of Scor.
Treasurer Anita English was happy to announce that the Scor was in a fairly healthy state.
Chairman Christy Killeen made a plea to all Clubs in the County as we celebrate the 50th year of Scor to make a special effort to participate and at least take part in one of the 8 disciplines; (Scor Sinsear, Scor Na nOg and Scor Na bPaisti). The aim is to make sure all Club Cultural Officers have their respective Clubs represented. He thanked both Estuary Print, Ballylongford and Lee Strand for their kind sponsorship during the year. He finished up by thanking all participants who took part in the various discplines in all 3 Scor competitions along with their tutors and wished them well for the year ahead.
A vote of sympathy was extended to all Scor families who suffered bereavements during the year.
The following are the Officers who were elected for 2018/19:
Chairman Christy Kileen, Finuge.
Vice Chairman Jackie Walsh, St. Senans.
Secretary Suzanne Ni Laoire, Mastergeehy.
Assistant Secretarys Mary Philpott, Currow & Siobhain Casey, Reenard.
Treasurers Anita English, St. Marys Cahersiveen & Therese Keating, Na Gaeil.
Munster Delegates Tom Herlihy, Ballymacelligott & Jackie Walsh, St. Senans.
P. R. O. Jack Hennessy, Asdee.
Chief Steward P J Mulvihill, Moyvane.