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Liam (bg-tc-ppp1253.monmouth.com - 209.191.48.251)
Posted on Friday, April 27, 2001 - 08:04 am:   Edit Post Print Post

A chara,

***English translation follows***


[1] Tionólfaidh Daltaí na Gaeilge clár lá (Satharn na nGael) De Sathairn, 26ú dé Bhealtaine 2001, i gConshhocken, Coill Phenn. Tá súil againn go bhfeicfidh muid ansin thú.

Tá an post giota beag mall an babhta seo, ach ní bheidh fadhb ar bith agat mar seo an chéad uair gur féidir leat chuile rud a dhéanamh (cláraigh agus íoc as an gClár) tríd an idirlíon! Tá Faisnéis Ghinearálta, Eolas an Bhealaigh & Foirm Chláraithe le fáil tríd an nasc thíos:

http://www.daltai.com/calendar/sat01.htm

[1] Daltaí na Gaeilge will hold a one-day Irish Language Immersion Program (Satharn na nGael) on Saturday the 26th of May 2001, in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.

The regular mail is a little bit slow this time, but you won't have any problem because this is the first event you'll be able to do everything (register and pay for the Program) through the internet! General Information, Directions and a Registration Form are available through the link below:

http://www.daltai.com/calendar/sat01.htm


[2] Agus níl tú ro-mhall le haghaidh ár nDeireadh Seachtaine Gaeilge, 11ú-13ú de Bhealtaine 2001 in Esopus, Nua-Eabhrach.

Tá Faisnéis Ghinearálta, Eolas an Bhealaigh & Foirm Chláraithe le fáil tríd an nasc thíos:

http://www.daltai.com/calendar/may01.htm


[2] And you're still not too late for our Irish Language Immersion Weekend, May 11th - 13th, 2001, in Esopus, New York.

General Information, Directions and a Registration Form are available through the link below:


http://www.daltai.com/calendar/may01.htm


Slán agus beannacht,


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