ACI Resource Day Planned for March 2014

19/12/2013Print This Post
Click back here soon in the New Year for more details.

Resource Day: Click back here soon in the New Year for more details.

We here at ACI are planning a Resource Day for March 2014 which will be aimed at ACI members involved in local reform groups or those considering embarking on the task of trying to establish a local reform group. The programme for the day will include a number of speakers with experience of working in the voluntary sector as well as a series of workshops  or  focused on the key organisational tasks. Further details will be circulated in the New Year, click back here for more details.


4 Responses to “ACI Resource Day Planned for March 2014”
  1. Jo O'Sullivan says:

    That’s great to hear! I’ll be top of the queue to sign up for such a day.
    I wish all the ACI Team a wonderful, blessed and peace-filled Christmas Season and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving so much of your time and talents to rest of us.

    Nollaig Shona Daoibh

  2. Ana Bermingham-Doran says:

    The day sounds great!Anyone interested in doing something about having a group in Cloyne? Ana

  3. Jo O'Sullivan says:

    I hope you get some response Ana. We’ve started to meet in the South Dublin area – well, we’ve had ONE meeting so far! Our next one is scheduled for Tuesday Jan 28th in Kimmage Manor Parish Hall, off Whitehall Rd., Dublin 12 at 8 pm. All are welcome to attend.
    I find myself varying between “Who do I think I am, trying to set up a meeting?” and “All I have to do is put one foot in front of the other and be guided by the Spirit. It’s not down to me to lead or direct things!” It’s not always easy to keep that trust, but I keep reminding myself of it!So, people of Cloyne, get in touch with Ana!

  4. Jo O'Sullivan says:

    I have to make a HUGE correction to my last comment. The next ACI Dublin South meeting in Kimmage Manor Parish Hall is actually on Tuesday evening, the 21st, not as stated. The other details are correct.
    I’m truly sorry for messing you about like this.

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