Emy Belles was formed so that ladies would have a chance to socialise, further their
education & realise their full potential through learning & self development.
It is open to all ladies irrespective of class, creed or culture. It is not confined
to ladies in the Emyvale area, we welcome members from all areas. Its success depends
on all members taking part in talks, courses & demonstrations. As a result, our aim
is that they will enjoy a fuller & more involved life.
Nollaig na mBan 2018 ... HERE Spring Baking Demo .... HERE
Emy Belles AGM
The AGM was held in Emy Lakehouse on Tuesday 27th February, and the attendance
heard Chairperson, Geraldine Watterson, outline some of her personal highlights to
date in Emy Belles. The turnout was rather small, due to weather concerns, but everyone
really enjoyed the delicious Indian Supper from Emy Spice. A cheque for €600 was
presented to Dairine from SOSAD to help with Suicide Prevention and Support. The
committee is actively seeking new members and new ideas in order to move forward
with more appeal for younger women. This is the current priority - to emphasise that
the Belles is for all ages, from any area, to provide all kinds of activities and
events. The next meeting will be on Tuesday March 13th, at 8.30pm in The Hub, when
Lynn McElvaney from Dochas will talk about services and courses available for women.
The evening will be themed for St Patrick's Day so please consider wearing green!
The ladies will get stuck in and make fresh champ on the night for supper. Everyone
is very welcome. It's always a bit of craic with the Belles.