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Lady Cards Battle Lady Panthers

first_imgThe 5th Grade Lady Cardinals played their last home game of the season against St. Lawrence on Monday Night.  It was an intense game to the very last second, but the Cardinals fell short and lost with a score of 12-11, bringing the team to 3-6 on the season. Jaelyn Owens, Bridget Lohmueller, and Karsyn Watson continued with great on the ball defense. Watson also scored 2 points. Isabel Imel and Katelyn Rahe wowed the coaches with their aggressiveness on the floor fighting for the ball and Rahe nabbed a crucial loose ball at the end of the game. Meg Ritter took some great open shots and Cora Roth passed the ball well, finding the open person. Paige Watters had some awesome offensive rebounds that led to her scoring 4 points. Rachel Suttmann played an all around great game, she lead the team in scoring with 5 points and several steals. The Cardinals play their last game on Thursday at St. Nicholas. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Anne Suttmann.The 6th Grade Lady Cardinals lost Monday night to visiting St. Lawrence 12 to 6. Kenzie Maple has 4 points and Lucy Abplanalp 2. Emily Schebler , Maria Voegele and Ainsley Sipples led the defense. Thanks to Meg Ritter, Cora Roth and Karsyn Watson for playing up tonight. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Dan Abplanalp.last_img read more

What was the craic in Donegal in 1999?

first_imgThe Donegal Women in Business Network is celebrating their 20th Anniversary this year with the theme of #LookingBackMovingForward.The non-profit group is looking back over decades of female entrepreneurship in Donegal while looking ahead to the future of business in the county. They are also launching a celebration ebook about local women in business. For this ebook, they are calling on the Donegal public to help shed a light on events of the year 1999. What stories dominated the news? What was your favourite song in 1999? Were there any big events, special county visits or concerts? What new businesses opened up? What was in style?If you have some memories to share, Evelyn Mc Glynn, PRO of the Donegal Women in Business Network, wants to hear from you. Please email [email protected] in the next two weeks. Any news, big or small, would be greatly appreciated for possible inclusion in the ebook.The countdown is on to the Donegal Women in Business Conference in Lough Eske Castle on October 1st. The event will celebrate all women in business in Donegal, with speakers sharing key inspiration and advice. A varied mix of businesswomen and representatives from many industries and stages of business will be sharing their stories. The keynote speakers are Rosaleen Hegarty of Crana Knits, Inspirational Speaker Sr Helen Kelly, Laura Bonner of Muff Liquor Co and Rosy Temple of Magee 1866. Tickets are available now at https://bit.ly/2MjteJTTickets include a full-day of speakers and networking with lunch and the “Looking Back Moving Forward” 20th anniversary celebratory book will be gifted to everyone on the day.You do not have to be a member of the network to attend the conference. What was the craic in Donegal in 1999? was last modified: September 7th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:1999Donegal Women In Business Networkebooklast_img read more