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Yes, we do exist!! This is a Fellowship

friendly association, especially with people who share one’s interests.
“they valued fun and good fellowship as the cement of the community”
companionship, companionability, sociabilitycomradeship, fraternization, camaraderiefriendship, mutual support, mutual respect, mutual liking;

and this was demonstrated this evening at the palatial Merrion Hotel in Dublin where Irish fellows congregated for a meetup organised by our area manager Rachel Barker and fellowship counselor Suzanne Lyle.  There were more booked than actually arrived but we congregated well each giving a rundown of where we all were at. (I managed to give my business card to all ). I can’t mention everyone but all were impressive.

We heard from Pipit empowering international cash transactions, the lads were just back from a meeting in Salzburg. Please have a look at their site you will be impressed.

Ronan of https://calmfinancialcare.ie/ was a bit apologetic for boring old finances but he is very much in the know where finances are concerned, especially the differences between the UK and Ireland.

Oh dear, I should have taken notes…

We had another fellow, a clinician talking about his work and an animator who I can definitely find work for.

Maybe Rachel or Suzanne can fill in the gaps (yes that is an invitation). I am publishing this on the forum.

Last but not least was Susan the librarian at http://tcd.ie/library wow a very clued in lady and needs to be in touch with our forum historian Susan Bennet @WSG  they will get on like a house on fire. Helen’s broach was eye-catching:

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I spent a lot of time selling the forum so I hope we will see both Suzanne and Rachel joining us there, they are both to be congratulated on a fine event and I look forward to working with both of them in the future.

YAY! The Fellowship rocks!