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Paula Shine. RIP

Paula Shine (nee Cantwell). Peacefully on November 23rd 2018 in the outstanding care of the team of the Bons Secours Hospital, Tralee. Predeceased by her husband Seán and son David. Deeply regretted by her children, Mary Shine Thompson, Brid Quinn, Michael, Carmel Tierney and Seán; grandchildren and great-grandchildren; sister Íde, daughters-in-law, Helen and Linda; sons-in-law, John and Michael; Brian; sisters-in-law; and a wide circle of relatives and friends. May She Rest In Peace She was reposed at O’Grady’s Funeral Home, Ballingarry, on Saturday, November 24th. Requiem Mass on Sunday November 25th, at St, Joseph’s Church, Granagh at 12.00 noon. Burial afterwards in the local cemetery.

TROCAIRE 2018:

Christmas gifts of Love to help make this world a better place. These gifts keep on giving for years..you are helping improve lives so that people can escape poverty and look forward to a better future. €5 - This gift will provide Soap to a family in Sudan, for six months. €8 - a gift of a Chick will provide nutritious eggs for the home and extra for sale. €15 - A Solar Lamp, a safe replacement for the kerosene lamp which will give families light for six hours nightly. €15 - will also supply a struggling family with Seeds and Tools. €20 - will give four children a hot lunch every school day for a month, in Somalia. €30 - A school Kit, which will help send a child to school, pay fees, te

THE BOOK IS OUT !!!

CUAN MHUIRE - MARKET: Thursday 22nd, the Farmer's market will be held from 10.30am - 12.30pm, at the Garden Centre, Bruree. Shop local and get lovely homecrafted Christmas gifts. You just might meet Marian Kelly, Kilmore who runs her own stand of mixed gifts for the Alzheimer's Society. VINCENT dePAUL COLLECTION: Saturday 24th at 7.00pm Mass: Granagh Church gate collection for the local branch of St. Vincent dePaul. Each year the local conference helps and supports people in the community. The support provided is very basic and includes help with food, heating and education costs. To continue to help those who need it most, they must raise €3,000 every year. They would be extrem

LEAST WE FORGET....

1918 -2018 Poppies grew amidst the graves. "The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war." - Douglas MacArthur [if !supportLineBreakNewLine] [endif] GRANAGH PARENT's ASSOC: Clothes Collection: - They are collecting, this week, any REWEARABLE clothes, paired shoes, belts, handbags, curtains, towels, bedlinen, soft toys are accepted. The collection company CANNOT accept: Mobile Phones, Laptops, Dirty or wet clothing, Mats, Carpets, Duvets/Pillows, Books. You can drop off bags at the school on Thursday 16th between 3pm & 7pm or on Friday 17th before 9.30am. CONCERN COLLECTION THANKS: The annual Church-gate

HARVEST-TIME:

Granagh Harvest Mass: 13th October. Foodstuffs donated to be shared out between ADAPT Hse & the local V. dePaul. GAA- BOOK LAUNCH: FRIDAY 9th Nov. 8pm. Ballingarry Hall. Granagh/Ballingarry Club are launching their book - '' In the Shadow of Knockfierna '', a history of the GAA from 1890 to 1990, written by Christy Kerins. Guest speaker will be Sean Kelly MEP & former President of the GAA. The history of the Club is finally down on paper after a lot of time and research so it will be a once in a lifetime opportunity for supporters. All are welcome with refreshments afterwards. CONCERN COLLECTION: The annual Church-gate Collection for Concern will take place at Granagh & Balli

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