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10TH ANNUAL PPU GOLF OUTING – THURSDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER @ MILLTOWN GOLF CLUB – DETAILS TO FOLLOW

Marian College Past Pupils Union has pleasure in inviting you to the 10th Annual Brian Nesbitt Perpetual Trophy, which will be held at the Milltown Golf Club, Dublin on Thursday 3rd of September 2015.

 

Golf   - 18 holes singles (Stable ford) for the Brian Nesbitt trophy and a 3 person team event.  Tee reserved 2 – 4.00pm.

 

Meal  - 3 Course meal approx 8.00 pm followed by prize giving

 

The entry fee for the day will be €85. This covers the green fee, prizes and meal.  Those attending Golf only the cost is €55.  If you don’t play why not join us afterwards for the meal which costs €30. DOWNLOAD GOOKING FORM HERE

 

Standard of Dress – Appropriately dressed on the course with SOFT SPIKE SHOES only. Neat dress essential at all times in the clubhouse.   No mobile phones on the course.

 

Those wishing to play must complete the attached form and scan or fax it back to Peter (6431401). Peter can be emailed at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

If you wish to pay online to the PPU bank account below are the details.  Please email Peter to say you have paid online.

 

BIC BOFIIE2D – IBAN IE97BOFI  90137894062308. PUT YOUR NAME IN THE REFERENCE SECTION OR PETER HAS NO WAY OF KNOWING WHO HAS PAID.

 

I look forward to seeing you on the day.

 

Tom Farrelly

President PPU

 

 

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO LIMITED NUMBERS AVAILABLE, A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE POLICY WILL APPLY FOR THIS OUTING.

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Joe Schmidt to Address Guests on the Pursuit of Excellence

Marian College will celebrate their 60th Anniversary with Gala Dinner in Aviva Stadium

 

Monday, 6th October: Marian College, Lansdowne Road, Ballsbridge, have today announced that Joe Schmidt, Six Nations winning Irish rugby coach, will address guests at its 60th Anniversary gala dinner in the Aviva Stadium on Friday 28th November.

Founded in 1954 in the beautiful setting of Riverside House on the banks of the Dodder, Marian College is a Marist Brothers Catholic Secondary school with a current student population of 400. The schools motto is Optimum Optare – the pursuit of excellence, a theme which sits incredibly well with Joe Schmidt who guided Ireland to Six Nations silverware earlier this year.

Speaking ahead of the event, Paul Meany, principal of Marian College said: “As current Principal of the school with a long and proud history in the community, I’m delighted to be involved in the planning of this very special event for Marian College.   Positioned right on the doorstep of the iconic Aviva Stadium at Lansdowne Road, Marian College is a local landmark and synonymous with the pursuit of excellence in education and sports for generations of local people. The calibre of the students who have passed through the doors of Marian College and who choose to gather at Past Pupil’s Unions events like these to share stories of their achievements and successes or simply just to reconnect with old friends is a testament to the bonds that are formed over the years.  This year, we are proud and delighted to welcome Joe Schmidt, a true ambassador for the pursuit of sporting excellence in this country as a guest at our 60th Anniversary celebrations”.

All past pupils are welcome and this Gala Dinner is an excellent opportunity for past pupils to renew old acquaintances and celebrate the outstanding contribution that Marian College has made.

Tickets, priced at €65, are available to past pupils or groups by contacting Peter Magee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

For further information check out http://www.mariancollege.ie/ppu-news-events/

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Fiona Askin: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel: 01 661 8915 

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Marian College Age ActionToday we all gathered at the morning at Age Action. We saw the computer class and watched how AA volunteers work with seniors. After lunchtime Susan took us to Marian College Boy’s School. Here we gave presentations to the class of boys about Lithuania and I answered their questions. After the presentation we had a tour of the school with college Deputy Principal Mr Hughie O’Byrne.
Ryte visi susirinkom Age Action kompiuterių klasėje. Stebėjome, kaip AA savanoriai dirba su senjorais. Po pietų Susan palydėjo mus į Marian College berniukų mokyklą. Mes parodėme savo skaidres apie Lietuvą ir aš atsakiau į klausimus. Po pristatymo mokyklos direktoriaus pavaduotojas p. Hughie O’Byrne aprodė mums mokyklą.
Marian College is a non fee paying Catholic Boys School located in Dublin. Four hundred pupils study here. Five of them are Lithuanians. One of them, Renatas, helped us and translated during the tour. This young boy plays in the basketball team (a real Lithuanian!) and he is a good student.

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