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Oct 08 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 4 of 4

Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour – source For my last weekly post leading up the the ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ event I thought I would provide a really educational and interesting tour of the human brain and how Alzheimer’s affects it. Alzheimer’s is an awful disease and I know one day we will find a cure …

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Sep 30 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 3 of 4

The three general stages of Alzheimer’s – source Alzheimer’s disease typically progresses slowly in three general stages — mild (early-stage), moderate (middle-stage), and severe (late-stage). Since Alzheimer’s affects people in different ways, each person will experience symptoms – or progress through Alzheimer’s stages – differently.   To donate and/or join our team for the Winston-Salem ‘Walk …

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Sep 23 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 2 of 4

Alzheimer’s Facts & Figures – source To donate and/or join our team for the Winston-Salem ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Saturday October 14th, 2017, click WSWGAA – WalkToEndAlz Thank You!   10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

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Sep 06 2017

2017 season reflections and more

Go raibh míle maith agaibh (Thank You) To all our players, social members, supporters and sponsors (Foothills Brewing, Carlisle’s Pub, Finnigan’s Wake, The Quiet Pint, Tanglewood Pizza Company, Omega Sports, The Porch, Body Complete, Homebrewer’s Clubhouse) for all your hard work and generous support throughout the year. There is a lot work that happens both …

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Jul 25 2017

DCCC is welcoming another Fulbright Scholar from Ireland

DCCC is welcoming another Fulbright Scholar (Jamie McGarrigle) from Ireland in early August. Irish language classes begin the week of August 21st. You can enroll online by clicking on any of the following:  Irish Language for Beginners Irish Language – Advanced Beginner

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Jun 14 2017

Timmy Cronin Senior Memorial Cup 2017

TOURNAMENT SUMMARY Date: Saturday July 15th Host: Winston-Salem Wolfhounds GAA Name: Timmy Cronin Senior Memorial Cup (TCSM Cup) Name Details: This is the club’s annual home tournament that was named after the club founder’s grandfather Timmy Cronin, who passed away in 2012. City, State: Winston-Salem, NC (Home) Field: Poteat Field, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 – Google Maps …

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May 31 2017

Connolly Cup 2017

The 2017 Connolly Cup takes place on June 3rd, 2017 in Charlotte, NC. Teams competing include past regional and national champions and new clubs. The Winston Salem Wolfhounds, Raleigh, Atlanta, Chicago Patriots, Kevin Barry’s Philadelphia, Austin Celtic Cowboys and Pittsburgh are all traveling to Charlotte. The event takes place at Matthews Sportsplex in Matthews. The tournament takes …

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May 17 2017

Wolfhounds at the 17th Annual Bethabara Highland Games!

On Saturday, May 13th, the Winston-Salem Wolfhounds’ participated in the 17th Annual Bethabara Highland Games at Historic Bethabara Park in Winston-Salem, NC. The Wolfhounds put on a Hurling and Gaelic Football demonstration as a part of the athletic games, alongside Highland Games events like the hammer throw and caber toss. The day was a celebration …

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Mar 31 2017

International night at DCCC

International night at DCCC where all culture will be celebrated. Date: March 30th Time: 5.30-7.30pm Venue: Davidson County Community College, Thomasville, NC – at the GYM John & myself where there tonight to represent the club and inform the people of Thomasville and beyond of the great Irish Sports and Culture club that is in …

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Mar 19 2017

St. Patrick’s Day 2017

March 17th, 2017 marked the 2nd annual Wolfhounds St. Patrick’s Day celebration (and annually GAA season kick-off party) at Foothills Brewing Tasting Room. We would like to thank all the wonderful and accommodating staff at the Tasting Room for hosting once again, give a shout out to Góilín for providing traditional Irish music, and a heart …

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