Responding to an invitation by Kate Bielska from COPE Foundation, Noreen B, Melanie, Patricia, Geoff and Simon had a quick introductory meeting with six members of the Foundation on the morning of Thursday 7th. They were a very enthusiastic group, full of good humour and well up to the challenges we set for them.
Accompanied by Kate, eleven of us set off for a two hour Photo Shoot around Clonakilty, and in lovely autumnal weather, we photographed the town from Emmet Square to Astna Square and everything in between. We had great fun.
Kate will download all the images and one or two of us will meet her to sift through them with a view to printing a selection for an in-house exhibition in the near future.
It was a very successful outing and one which we should definitely repeat.
Our first formal meeting back after the summer break was chock-a-block with stuff. The chairman, Nicholas, went over the programme for the forthcoming couple of months until Christmas and gave some details of the upcoming competitions and challenges.
Well opening night has been and gone, the raffle has been held and the drinks drunk but the exhibition goes on.
Last Friday, July 21st saw the opening of what was the 10th Clonakilty Camera Club Annual Fundraising Exhibition, held at the Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery. This year the beneficiaries of the exhibition and associated fundraising activities are the Clonakilty Cardiac First Responders, a group whose members, drawn from the local community, go out and teach CPR to various groups in the Clonakilty area. Continue reading Annual Fundraising Exhibition, 2017→