USA Leadership and Development Programme (LEAD) needed now more than ever

first_imgDear Editor,The much talked about Local Government is a point blank facade. It is a fraudulent scheme that has been foisted on the people with a seemingly pleasant outward appearance whereas in its workings there is a horrible reality.The reasons for my statement is that you just have to look at what transpired in the intervening two years since the last elections and you will be jolted to the stark reality that absolutely nothing was achieved by this Administration in the troubled area of governance.There are vivid signs of retrogression wherever Local Government has entered a community. There are still clogged drains, with the intendant mosquito infestation; there are still large piles of solid waste build-up, leading to cockroaches and rat invasion.Added to these evils, we have to deal with corrupt deals from equally arrogant and corrupt officials who are always buzzing around the Treasury. Is this the Local Government they were talking about? Is this the good life?The fact is the inept Central Government has simply passed the buck on to the local communities so that they would not be held accountable for the wrongdoings there.And you don’t have to look very far, because most, if not all the areas, held by the People’s National Congress or its affiliate partner, the Alliance For Change, the problems are multitudinous that are always in the news.So, I call on The ABC’s in our midst especially, the USA here in Guyana, you foisted a programme to “educate” the People’s Progressive Party/Civic on how good and clean governance should be administered, why not put forward such a programme now? We are in dire need of it!The leadership and development project (LEAD) meant to teach us natives down here as to how good and proper civilised beings ought to conduct themselves, well; I must say we need it now more than ever. Could someone in the USA Embassy apprise us on this one? Just asking?Respectfully,Neil Adamslast_img read more


first_imgKarl Lacey will be a key figure for Four Masters – when they face Bundoran in the relegation/promotion play-off.U12 Boys FootballTraining for next years U12 boys football team continues every Wednesday night at 6pm in Tír Cónaill, new players always welcome.Senior Men’s Football The senior men’s football team will play Bundoran in the play off to stay in Division 1 for 2016 after their win over Termon at the weekend.Bord na nÓg Awards NightThe Bord na nÓg awards night takes place on Sunday November 22nd in the St John Bosco Centre from 7pm to 9pm. All coaches and managers are asked to be there from 6pm to help set up the venue. GAA President Aogan O’ Fearghail will be in attendance on the night.‘Come Cook With Us’ Fundraiser This vital fundraiser for Bord na nÓg takes place on Thursday November 19th in the Abbey Hotel from 8pm. Tickets are available from all underage managers and are priced at €10. Contestants on the night include Austin O’Kennedy, Mark Sweeney and Davy Crawford among others. There will also be a comedian on the night alongside the cooking. All club members, parents, players and locals are asked to get behind this fundraiser, with all money raised on the night being reinvested in the underage of the club.SRB AGMWell done to Lee Jordan who  reelected as assistant secretary to the SRB.Club Lotto ResultThere was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot of €3,100 in Week 16 of the 2015/2016 season draw held in the Abbey Hotel on Monday November 2nd. The €25 winners in the Lucky Dip were Teresa Mc Gonigle, Ballyboyle, Brid Mc Ginley, New Row, Catherine Greene, Drimark and Mary Harley, c/o An Post.The numbers drawn were 4, 11, 16 & 19 with the jackpot now standing at €3,200. New members are still welcome so why not play online now at www.fourmastersgaa.comSenior Board AGMThe Senior Board AGM, Sunday 6th Dec , 7.30pm @Dom’s Pier 1. AGM nomination forms  available at Liam Mullin’s Shop, Abbey Hotel reception and from  club officers. Soft copy available on request by email to, [email protected] Scór na nÓgThe club entered a team into the Scór Céílí and quiz in the regional scór competition in Glenfin on Sunday. Thanks goes to all the participated on the day and to Paulline McGuire for organising.Good LuckBest wishes to the senior AVS boys football team who play Milford this Tuesday, a large number of club players are part of this squad. Hard luck to the senior AVS girls team who lost out to Glenties last week.GAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS FACE BUNDORAN IN PROMOTION/RELEGATION PLAY-OFF was last modified: November 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAASportlast_img read more