Sales & Services: Learn to drive with these ADI Approved driving instructors

first_imgDonegal Daily’s new Sales & Services section gives you a list of the top businesses and services within Donegal.The Sales & Services section is now live on our website so if you require any business have a look at our brand new section for contact information.The purpose of EDT(Essential Driver training) is to save lives by maximising the safety of inexperienced drivers and helping them to develop the skills and confidence needed to share the road safely with others. Time2Drive Time2Drive school of motoring is run by Margaret Devine. Time2Drive has been helping new drivers pass their driving test first time since 2009.Margaret’s high pass rate and experience makes students feel at ease learning to drive.“I work at your pace and help you if you are nervous to overcome your fears and enjoy the skill of driving.” – Margaret told Donegal Daily. Click here to view contact details for Time2Drive or visit their website to view the latest deals & offers.Focus School of MotoringDriving School based in Letterkenny specialising in 12 (EDT)Essential Driving training Course also pre-test lessons, also car can be hired out for  driving test.Focus School of Motoring provides dual controlled car/cars for pupils to take their lessons. Pupils may also take lessons in their own car once they are deemed to have sufficient experience. Drivers of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. From time to time you may be able to avail of discounts when taking lessons with Focus School of Motoring for more information just call Liam.Click here to view contact details for Focus School of Motoring or visit their website to view discounts and latest deals. If you would like to get your business listed on Donegal Daily’s Business directory then please contact Hugh on 087 164 1160 or Don on 085 850 4125.Sales & Services: Learn to drive with these ADI Approved driving instructors was last modified: August 30th, 2016 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:driving lessonsfocus school of motoringsales & servicestime2drivelast_img read more

Protests target `Code’ viewers

first_imgMONTEBELLO – Jun Apostol and a group of friends stood outside the AMC Montebello 10 hours before the theater’s first showing of “The Da Vinci Code.” But Apostol, 70, was not in line for a ticket to the film. He and some associates from the America Needs Fatima campaign instead lined the perimeter of the venue and asked moviegoers to boycott the film. “We’re delivering the message to people that this is not a good movie,” said the Montebello resident. “They are stripping Jesus of his divinity and attacking what we believe in.” Apostol was among a slew of people across the United States protesting Sony Pictures’ version of the blockbuster novel by Dan Brown. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsOn Friday, about 15 local demonstrators said they stood in representation of the Legion of Mary, their church and the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property. Highly anticipated, “The Da Vinci Code” has been met with mixed reviews – mostly prior to its national debut – by groups throughout the United States. A Vatican official suggested that Catholics boycott the movie, and other groups have recommended that people still go to the movies this weekend, but that they watch something other than “The Da Vinci Code.” Montebello resident Susan Watkins said she hasn’t been bothered by all the hype. Nor was she discouraged by the group of protesters outside the Montebello theater on the film’s opening day. “I don’t listen to people telling me what to do,” said Watkins, 54, adding she read Brown’s book. “I’m not Catholic, but I loved the last pope. But I don’t feel other people should be telling me what’s right for me.” Apostol said his group’s protest is not intended to prevent people from seeing the film, but to warn them of what he believes are erroneous reports and depictions regarding Jesus. He and other protesters, which included residents from Monterey Park and Alhambra, held signs that read: “`The Da Vinci Code’ mocks our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church. Stop Blasphemy!” Demonstrators outside the Montebello venue remained silent throughout their efforts, several of them sliding rosary beads between their fingers as they prayed. Occasionally, Consolacion Gonzales of Montebello approached the curb and waved her sign at passersby. “We have to defend our Lord,” said the 72-year-old Catholic. “He died for us, and we’re mocking him and making him an ordinary person – and he’s not.” East Los Angeles resident Josh Dominguez said he understands religious groups’ concerns about “The Da Vinci Code.” Personal beliefs aside, the 18-year-old, who said he read Brown’s novel two months ago, was also among the first in line for the film’s debut in Montebello. “I just thought it would be an interesting movie,” Dominguez said. “I really liked the book, and if it’s a good movie, I will recommend it to other people.” Passerby Aarnell Jones of Compton admitted he wasn’t very familiar with Dan Brown’s book, its movie adaptation or anything involving “The Da Vinci Code.” After inquiring about the protesters’ campaign, Jones, 32, later said he may opt to watch the film “to investigate what’s so bad about it” on his own. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3024160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img