Special celebration at Red Hughs presentation dinner dance – Picture Special

first_imgRed Hughs held their annual dinner dance in the Finn Suite of the Jacksons Hotel on Saturday, March 9th. A huge crowd turned out to celebrate thier senior men receiving both their Donegal Junior Championship and Ulster Junior Club Championship medals.Presentations were also made to the minor ladies team, who received their Division 3 Championship medals on the night along with all other individual club awards. Pictures of the thrilling night can be seen below…Donegal Ladies Captain Karen Guithre who was a special guest at the Red Hughes Dinner dance in Jacksons Hotel presents minor ladies most dedicated palyers to Ciara Gallagher and Kate Carlin .Photo By Gerard McHughRed Hughs Ladies Captain Elaine Melaugh makes a special presentation to Roisin Kennedy in memory of her Husband Gary on belhalf of the Red Hughs Ladies team at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal Ladies Captain Karen Guithre who was a special guest at the Red Hughes Dinner dance in Jacksons Hotel presents Orla McElchar and Amy Callaghan with joint minor player of the year awards .Photo By Gerard McHughRed Hughs minor team pictured with their management team at the Clubs dinner dance held in Jacksons .Photo by Gerard McHughRed hughs minor team captains make special presentations to their management team Gerard McColgan ,Shauna Carlin ,Elaine Melaugh and Ronan Gallen.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal Ladies Captain Karen Guithre who was a special guest at the Red Hughes Dinner dance in Jacksons Hotel presents Olivia Dullaghan and Dawn Hyndman with Red Hughs ladies most dedicated player of the year awards .Photo By Gerard McHughDonegal Ladies Captain Karen Guithre who was a special guest at the Red Hughes Dinner dance in Jacksons Hotel presents Elaine Melaugh with Red Hughs Ladies Senior Player of the year .Photo By Gerard McHughDonegal Ladies Captain Karen Guithre who was a special guest at the Red Hughes Dinner dance in Jacksons Hotel presents Nicola Callaghan with Senior Payer of the year .Photo By Gerard McHughBrianna McConnell and Elaine Melaugh make special presentations to Gerard McColgan ,Stephen Gallagher ,Shauna Carlin and Charlie Doherty on behalf of the Red Hughs Ladies team at their Dinner Dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel.Photo by Gerard McHughKathy Kelly of Red Hughs makes a special presentation to Donegal Ladies captain Karen Guithre who was a special guest at Red Hughs dinnner dance held in Jacksons Hotel on Saturday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Adrian Gallen with Red Hughs most Improved Minor team player to Adrian Gallen .Included in the photo are Ronan Gallen and PJ Gallagher .Photo by Gerard McHughBrianna McConnell and Elaine Melaugh make special presentations to Marie McColgan and Kathy Kelly on behalf of the Red Hughs Ladies team at their Dinner Dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel.Photo by Gerard McHughGerard McColgan makes a special presentation to Elaine Melaugh,Christina McMenamin ,Shauna Carlin and Kate Browne who have perresented Red Hughs Ladies foe the past ten years .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Tim Callaghan with Red Hughs joint Reserve player of the year award .Included in the photo are Thomas Devine ,John Creane and Damien Wilson .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Adrian Gallen with Red Hughs Minor Player of the year to Dara McMenamin .Included in the photo are Ronan Gallen and PJ Gallagher .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Darren McCreary with Red Hughs joint Reserve player of the year award .Included in the photo are Thomas Devine ,John Creane and Damien Wilson .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Cathal Doherty with Red Hughs young player of the year award .Included in the photo is Damien Wilson .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Peadar McGlinchey with Red Hughs player of the year award .Included in the photo are Thomas Devine ,John Creane and Damien Wilson .Photo by Gerard McHughMarie McColgan makes a special presentation to Alice Doherty wife of Hall of Fame Winner Charlie at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel.Photo by Gerard McHughRed Hughs Donegal and Ulster Junior champions pictured at their Dinner Dance in Jacksons Hotel on Saturday Night .Photo by Gerard McHughRed Hugh Captain Gerard Melaugh makes a special presentation to Donegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Charli Doherty with Red Hughs Hall of Fame of the year award .Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal County Chairman Mick McGrath who was a special guest at the Red Hughs Dinner dance on Saturday night in Jacksons Hotel presents Kathy Kelly with Red Hughs Club Person of the year .Photo by Gerard McHughSpecial celebration at Red Hughs presentation dinner dance – Picture Special was last modified: March 11th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:dinner danceRED HUGHS.last_img read more

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Pack programme brings primary healthcare to the people

first_imgHealthcare workers will through the Pack be able to diagnose and manage a range of common ailments. (Image: UCT)A comprehensive low-cost medical tool, the Practical Approach to Care Kit, or Pack, which allows healthcare workers to diagnose and manage a range of common ailments, is now being rolled out by South Africa’s University of Cape Town.Pack covers 40 common symptoms and 20 conditions including cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases, TB, HIV and Aids, women’s health, and end-of-life care. This makes it an essential for poorer, under-resourced regionsNow BMJ, a global healthcare knowledge company, has joined with the UCT Lung Institute’s Knowledge Translation Unit to develop and distribute the Pack programme to healthcare workers in low to middle-income countries.INCREASING HUMAN CAPACITY IN HEALTHCAREThis collaboration will train and support doctors, nurses and pharmacists to improve primary healthcare in underdeveloped areas. BMJ will provide technical development, marketing, sales and licensing to help implement the Pack programme globally.“It is crucial for healthcare workers to be provided with the latest evidence-based recommendations, and locally relevant information, to diagnose and treat patients effectively,” said Dr Fiona Godlee, editor-in-chief at BMJ.“We are delighted to partner with UCT to bring the programme for use in underserved communities to help improve the delivery of primary care.”In accordance with South Africa’s National Development Plan or Vision 2030, in the healthcare sectorhuman capacity is key. Managers, doctors, nurses and community health workers need to be appropriately trained and managed, produced in adequate numbers, and deployed where they are most needed.Since Pack was first launched in South Africa in 2007, it has reached 20 000 health workers in 2 000 clinics and hospitals across the country.last_img read more

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How To Create a Blinking Eye Transition in After Effects

first_imgSome projects leave more room for creativity than others. If you’re looking for some out-of-the-box elements, check out this blinking eye transition.Some media, like music videos, aren’t constrained by the usual narrative filmmaking conventions, which allows filmmakers to create something unique that would be out of place in a narrative production. If you’re working in an experimental or free-form medium, here’s a little something to make your project unique: a blinking eye transition.The effect is simple enough. It primarily involves masking out the eye area, subtracting the mask, and then placing the footage behind the eye layer. Basic After Effects. However, upon further inspection, there are a few elements of the transition that may be a small challenge. What happens to the eyelashes mid-blink, as they would be a nightmare to mask around? How exactly do you time the blink? Let’s have a look.The MethodFirst, bring the footage of the blinking eye into After Effects and create a new composition.With the footage on the timeline, find the blink that works best for your transition, and trim the footage to start just before the blink, and then end when the eye is fully closed. We only want to use one blink in the composition. By using just the one blink, we can control the transition, so we can cut in the specific place (more on that later). Moreover, masking more than one blink would be a tremendous amount of work.With the perfect blink selected, find the spot in the timeline when the eye is fully open, and create a mask. Then change the type to subtract.We now need to animate the mask path, which we can do by clicking the keyframe stopwatch for the mask path.This is where I initially expected to stumble. How was I supposed to mask around the eyelashes as the eyelid closes? Well, you don’t. While we, as editors, will be watching the eyelashes enter the path of the mask frame by frame, the audience won’t see it because the transition will be over in a blink of an eye — quite literally. Since I captured my footage at 24fps, the eyelashes are caught up in motion blur, so they’re not very visible anyway.So, when you adjust the mask path as the eye closes, don’t worry about masking over eyelashes. Your primary goal is to make sure all of the sclera (white area) and the iris gets masked. To slightly remove the harshness of the mask, we’re going to introduce a soft feather of just 2px.For the eagle-eyed readers, you may have noticed in the second picture that the mask expansion stopwatch was also active. This was to remove the mask when the eyelid closes completely.It’s also a good idea to keep the eye quite dark and out of focus. This will help keep the focus of the composition on the scenes behind the eyelid, rather than the eye itself. To fix this, we’re going to do three things: decrease exposure, add a vignette, and add a gaussian blur. Since they are creative factors, the exact settings will depend on the darkness of your eye footage. I’m also going to increase the scale, so the eye itself takes up less of the composition.Now, the actual transitioning from scene to scene.The reason why we are only going to use one blink is that we need to be able to control when we want to cut to a different scene. If we allow the eye layer to freeze-frame before blinking again, we can allow our scene to unfold for a few seconds, and then play the blink footage again, but in reverse. This creates a transition that’s entirely under your control, rather than working according to the restrictions of the pre-recorded eye.This is how it looks on my timeline.Finished result: As I said in the introduction, you will mostly find this kind of transition in experimental or free-form work. Perhaps in a dream sequence or in a scene wherein somebody gets hypnotized. When you have the chance to work outside of the box, take advantage of it. Show your audience something they’re not used to.last_img read more

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J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik hoists tricolour in Srinagar

first_img He, however, said reasonable restrictions are put in place to maintain the law and order situation in the Valley.The situation in Kashmir continued to be calm since the abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5 as no major incidents were reported and due to this, the government has given further relaxation in prohibitory orders in many areas, the officer had said. Women police contingent take part at Independence Day celebration in Srinagar.  | Photo Credit: Nissar Ahmad Governor Satya Pal Malik hoisted the national tricolour at the Sher-e-Kashmir stadium in Srinagar, in the first Independence Day celebration in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of its special status.After unfurling the flag, Mr. Malik inspected the parade of paramilitary forces and Jammu and Kashmir Police.Addressing the gathering, Mr. Malik said people need not be worried about their identity after the steps taken by the Centre.He said the government has a zero-tolerance policy towards terrorism and sustained efforts by armed forces have ensured that terrorists have accepted their defeat.There is a sharp decline in terror recruitment and incidents of stone pelting after Friday prayers, he said.last_img read more

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