BUSINESS: Following a recent meeting with the board of Directors of Letterkenny Sports Complex Development Ltd and the management of Aura Sport and Leisure have announced its action packed schedule for the complex over the coming months. In addition both parties noted that the membership and activity levels have increased strongly over the past number of months. The centre will be holding an open day on the 10th October to launch the newly refurbished pitches and showcase the various areas available for hire.With local clubs playing tournaments on the day, there will also be lots of family fun activities including a bouncy castle, raffle, refreshments and games taking place from 12pm- 4pm.The launch will showcase all the areas available for a variety of sports such as soccer, basketball, badminton, volleyball and much more. All are welcome to come down and soak up the fun atmosphere.Aura Letterkenny Leisure Complex offers excellent, state of the art facilities for health and fitness, including; a sports hall, running track, 3 x 5-aside pitches and one full size Astro pitch. Multiple groups can be catered for both indoors and outdoors, making it the ideal venue for teams, clubs or groups of friends looking to train, play or compete.The complex also plays host to the renowned Aura Swim Academy which will be rebooking for its next term from the 10th October.The new term will offer some extra classes with smaller class sizes, which is great news for any parent that recognises the importance of children’s swimming lessons.For gym goers; the centre is currently offering special 180 day memberships for only €180. The special introductory memberships have proven increasingly popular for people looking to kick start their fitness in the lead up to the winter months.“Aura has gone from strength to strength recently and we’re happy to report that memberships are also going strong at the centre.”“The arrival of the new Operations Manager Áine Temple has made a really positive impact” said Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh, Chairman of Letterkenny Sports Complex Development Ltd. Meanwhile the renowned Aura Arena is gearing up towards upcoming events such as the WFF (World Fitness Federation) National Championships on the 17th October, Ulster Irish Dancing Championships from the 26th October – 1st November and North West Motor Show on the 7th & 8th November.“There’s plenty of exciting times ahead at the Aura Letterkenny Complex and I believe the community will benefit greatly from all the upcoming sports and fitness related activities taking place” said Mayor Gerry McMonagle.For more information please contact the Aura Letterkenny team on 074 9106422 or visit auraleisure.ieBUSINESS: EXCITING TIMES AHEAD FOR AURA LEISURE CENTRE was last modified: October 6th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:BusinessFeaturesnews
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2And as he stood in the gymnasium just before graduation, he shrugged off the accomplishment and said he did it in honor of his mom. “I just wanted to make her proud because I remember when I started kindergarten, she was so happy that day,” Rubly said. “I wanted to go every day and finish this for her.” Rubly was among 162 seniors who walked in Thursday’s commencement ceremony at St. Paul High’s stadium as hundreds of family and friends watched. Also on hand was former St. Paul Principal Robert Gallagher, who was recognized for recently receiving the title of monsignor within the Catholic Church. Principal Frank Laurenzello, valedictorian Elena Sanchez and salutatorian Tanya Mansir spoke at the ceremony. Laurenzello said most of St. Paul’s graduating class would be going on to some form of postsecondary education – and that included Clement Gosch, 18, who recently won a $20,000 scholarship from the Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce and Industrial League Destiny Fund. “That was such a big help because I wasn’t sure which school I was going to,” Gosch said. “But now I can go to the bigger one, UC Irvine, because of this money.” In his speech, Laurenzello reflected on the graduates’ “busy” senior year. “But you’ve been there for each other when times were tough,” he said. “You’ve made a great impact on the St. Paul family. “You dared to dream, and now that dream is a reality,” he added. “God bless you all.” [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! • Photo Gallery: 06/08: HS Graduates SANTA FE SPRINGS – For most high-schoolers, graduation is a time of farewell, of reflecting on the good and bad experiences of the past four years and looking forward to the adult challenges ahead. But for St. Paul High senior Andy Rubly, his graduation Thursday afternoon meant he could finally take some well-deserved time off. Rubly, 17, hadn’t missed a day of class in his 13 years attending St. Gregory the Great Church School and St. Paul High School.