Present in the morning
Coffee will be held on Thursday morning, September 23, from 9.30 am to 1.30 am at Kathleen Ousulivan’s home in Carigburn.
Here are some of the recent achievements of New York Parish: New York’s 300-DD White Prize, New Delhi’s Paul Delani’s € Award, and Scullabogue’s 100 John Watcher’s Third Prize.
The next series of parishes will begin on the last Sunday of September with regular prizes. Tickets can be purchased from any member of the New Zealand Diocesan Council, the local post office, Foley Pub or the parish church. All help with local parochial purposes.
Local division: The most recent winner of the pot was Marie Osulivan of Carigbirne. The cracked pot is held every second Thursday. Envelopes are available at the local post office, parish church, folk pub and any ward council member. The revenue comes from the local community’s sports field and the church’s financial support.
New Ross, the local St. Daddy’s middle-throwing team, came from Black Rowers in New Ross, New Ross, for the third time in a row, 4-14 to 0-17.
The junior ‘A’ team lost to Frumley at the hands of Naomi and Gore.
Thanks to Liz Kent, the manager of the Wixford Medium Medium soccer team, for her incredible success in bringing the whole of Ireland’s middle soccer team to Crack Park in a short period of time.
On the way to the finals, some of the most famous football districts, such as Kildare, Sigo, Laois, and Armaga, won. Katie White, another local girl, was on the panel. Hopes for next year’s championship look bright.
Are you interested in gardening and horticulture?
Calling anyone interested in gardening and horticulture. Ark F Arsi is looking for new community garden volunteers in New York. All inquiries to Carmen 089 266 3893
We are happy to say that most things are now backing up and working in Rahina.
Center Day Monday and Wednesday from 11pm to 3pm There are a few places if anyone is interested.
Please contact Moira on 051 442 888
The Scottish Irish Dance School will return on Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 8pm at the Parish Hall.
Please contact Kay 087 9035296
Active Retirement Group Meeting Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Anyone interested should contact the office on 051 442 888.
Community Plant Garden Project
Have you ever considered creating your own vegetable garden at home? Get started this fall by creating a community garden at SWWFRC with some great tips from local gardener, Annette Weekham. Hear about the history of plants, copy and plant high altitude gardens, learn about different types and uses of plants, how plants are harvested and dried for food use, and how to make potash. Learn how to distribute cutlery in kindergarten. This will be an eight-week course starting in September. It runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Register your interest by emailing Manager@swwfrc.ie in the coming weeks.
Please note that our Comprehensive Counseling Service will resume on September 14. For questions or an appointment, please contact Emma at 051 389418.
Upcoming Courses at REaD
Below is a list of our next accredited courses starting September 2021.
Bookkeeping: QQI Level 5. Communication: QQI Level 5. Training and Development – QQI Level 6. Child Care – QQI Levels 5 and 6. Care Skills – QQI Level 5. Pain Relief – QQI Level 5. ICDL (formerly ECDL). Getting Citizens Online – Free Computer / Desktop / Smartphone Parts.
Courses operate on a certified minimum number of participants. Social security recipients may be eligible for funding for courses. Simple payment plans are available for all courses. For more details or to book a place at any of the above courses, call 051 389418, or email us at email@example.com or facebook at facebook.com/swwfrc.
Information, advocate and advice.
SWWFRC has recently launched our new information, advocacy and counseling service. If you would like information on employment, education, safety, security or any other matter, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Theresa at 051 389418.
We currently have several vacancies in our community employment program. These include a babysitter and a cafe assistant. For more details, please email Jane.
Following our basic Chainsaw lesson, QQI Step 5 – Drop and plan small trees.
It costs 8,228 and financial support is available. All tools are available. Note that you must complete a basic Chainsaw course to participate in this course. For more information or to reserve, please contact Jane at email@example.com or 085 2569680.
Duncan Beach Market
Why not fall for this delightful food and craft market on Dankano Beach. It is open until midnight on Sunday, September 5 pm (weather permitting). Delicious desserts and crafts made by local people, so please come along and support them.
St. James GAA Lottery
The club would like to thank all those who bought tickets for last Tuesday’s draw. There were no winners of 14,000 euros in the draw and the winning numbers were 9, 10, 24 and 26. St. James’ Club had one match: three winners. Paddy Banville, Kampala. The jacket for the next lottery on September 21 will be ,000 14,000 (reserve € 9,500). Lottery tickets are available from committee members and local shops and bars.
Paul Moloy, who recently died in a car accident in Pittsburgh, USA, is deeply saddened by the death of Elaine Finn, Balihakbeg, of Solittle. May his meek ones live in peace.
There was no Jackpot winner in the Tintern Lotto draw last week. Two markers matched three numbers and each received € 100. They were; Myra Whelan, Ballycullane PO Noel and Karen Furlong, c / o S Furlong. Jackpot, 6,950 in the coming weeks, will share ፊዎች 200 with three winners in the coming weeks. Tickets for sale at all local shops and committee members. Fate takes place every Tuesday night at 9 p.m.
Day Care Center
St. Louis Day Care Center, Ramsgare welcomes older people from our community who want to use the services we provide. In the last months of VV-19, we have all felt the need to connect with friends.
As winter approaches, it may be time to think outside of the house one or two days a week when you are warmly welcomed, socializing, engaging in activities, chatting and laughing. Enjoy freshly prepared delicacies from our kitchen. Our cooks are here to help with special dietary requirements. Our nurse is ready to deal with any minor medical issues.
Services offered include bus collection, laundry, bakery, GP clinic, chiropractic, hairdressing, auxiliary bathing, food on wheels from Monday to Friday. We like to think of St. Louis Day Care Center as a home away from home.
If you are interested, or know of the benefits of attending Kindergarten, please contact us at 051 389509 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ballycullane Plow Association wishes good luck to all the contestants in this week’s All-Irish Farm Championship.
Ballycullane Tidy Towns will be exhibiting at the Minor Complex on Sunday, October 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be craft shops, bring in, buy tea, and race. Inspect your garden, balcony and house for unwanted resources to raise money for the care of the village. Leave your donations with Rosie (F. 087 6316659), Jackie (087 9573229) or Ann (087 6788652). Your support is greatly appreciated.
The Camross ICA Guild held its September meeting at Camros Hall on Monday, September 6, and was chaired by Mary Kelly.
Compassion is extended to the family of former member An Donovan and to all who have recently suffered. Minutes, letters and finances accommodated.
Final preparations were made for the 60th anniversary of the celebration on Sunday, the 12th.
Some members of Tegon joined the Federation’s charity trip to JFK Park on Sunday, September 5 to help the Wexford Hospice Home Care and Rape Crisis Center. The President thanked the donors for their contributions as well as the Ele Power Power Walk. Hospice Home Care Coffee Day will be held on Saturday, October 2 at the Camros Hall from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The ICE garden is complete and visible, thanks to the members for watering and feeding the plants during the summer, and thanks to everyone who donated stones, pebbles, pebbles, and improved our ICE baskets.
Congratulations to Eileen Rowe on the Liba Chair Yoga on Wednesday, September 22, starting at 7:00 pm with the publication of the book “Mr. and Mrs. Blue Tit” by Gilead graduate Myrad Ogurman. . Well, Mariad.
The team wishes all the best for the Oxford camogie girls, especially Ciara Banville and Aisling Halligan.
This Wednesday, September 15, at 8 p.m. There is a lot to discuss, and everyone is welcome to attend.
Music and song night
Jimmy Hogan and Lar Kenny will perform at the Comoros Hall on Friday, September 17 from 9pm to 11pm. The committee was delighted with the event and could not wait to hear music and singing in the building rather than the general silence. Doors will open at 8:30 p.m. Strike. € 10. We look forward to a happy evening.
Please note that there will be no Mass on Saturday night at the Church of the SubGenius. At 9:30 p.m.
The Rossbercon CE plan has space for a retail assistant in the St. Vincent de Paul store. DEASP Community Terms and Conditions apply to all applicants. For more details, please call 086 3642592 as soon as possible.
The school’s cross-country race will be held this Friday, September 17 at the Parish Center (Albasatros) at St. Joseph’s Training Campus for boys and girls, under 13 and under 16 years of age. Participating schools are Lystraine, Balifidi, Shanbog, St. Cannes and Glenmore. Registration is 5 to 30 and the process will take place at 6 p.m.
Tulager-Roberts Jr.’s attackers face tough times in the Kilkenley League / Championship. After that big loss to Windagap in their opening game, they followed another to Galmoi, which they went from 3-16 to 0-20.
The next exit is at Gragnana Mangag and that will not be an easy assignment. If you don’t pick up the pieces soon, it will be out before this year’s championship. The under-15s were no better, losing 3-9 to 1-9 in Grag / Balikallan.
There was a serious car accident on Tuesday in Lystra on New Ross / Mulinavat Road. Both vehicles were severely damaged and the passengers were killed and injured.
Since the outbreak of the epidemic, this special route has been very busy, and many heavy trucks are using it instead of using the right way through Watford. Therefore, all drivers must be very careful about heavy traffic on the highway and highway.