Our June meeting was full of anticipation for the summer ahead. Many members are travelling abroad for holidays and we look forward to seeing some exciting photos from their adventures.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
June meeting is always our Annual General Meeting and we thank our outgoing officers for their time and dedication in making Déise Camera Club the friendly and inviting club it is. Following detailed reports on the past year we are making plans for the forthcoming year with many projects in the pipeline! We welcome our incoming officers and wish them well in their roles.
Chairperson – John Foley; Vice-Chairperson – Gerry Kenneally; Secretary – Mary Herlihy; Vice-Secretary – Mairead Forrestal; Treasurer – Denis Ryan; Vice-Treasurer – Patricia Hurley; PRO – Noreen O’Brien and Vice-PRO – Kieran Russell.
The monthly theme for June was MULTI-COLOURED and we weren’t disappointed! The selection to choose from was amazing, well done everyone fantastic effort again! Congratulations to Mary Herlihy taking 1st and 3rd place with her entries ’Artists Tool’s and’ Reykjavik Cityscape’ respectively also congrats to John Murphy taking 2nd place with ‘Tulips from Amsterdam’.
Theme for July will be SIGNS. Some upcoming themes to be looking out for include Reflections, Abundance and Aging. Keep you on your toes and alert!
Déise Camera Club member and Photographer of the Year 2017 John Murphy was awarded a Licentiateship in Photography from the Irish Photographic Federation at a distinction sitting held in Mullingar recently. This award represents an overall accreditation of proficiency and skills in several areas of photography. Huge congratulations to John on his wonderful achievement. Here is the panel John submitted.
Our next meeting will be on 10th July 2018 in The Park Hotel , Dungarvan. Until then we wish you happy clicking!
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MULTICOLOURED: 1st ‘Artists Tools’ by Mary Herlihy
MULTICOLOURED: 2nd ‘Tulips from Amsterdam’ by John Murphy