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Mary Chawke, Banogue. RIP

CHOMHBHRÓN: Our sympathies to the family and relatives of the late Mary Chawke (nee Lane), Dohora, Banogue, and formerly of Castleroberts, who passed peacefully on Saturday 23rd in UHL. Wife of the late Martin, predeceased by her son Kieran. Deeply regretted by her loving sons Jim, John, Martin, Noel, Liam, Colm, Michael, daughters Marion (Twomey), Margaret (Larkin), Bernie (Bailey), Regina (Downey), Patricia (Collins), sister in law Ann Lane, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and many friends. Reposing at Daffy's Funeral Home, this Wednesday 27th, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm with removal to St. Peter and Paul Church, Banogue. Requiem Mass on Thursday, 28th Fe

Are U going to the OsKaRs:

BANOGUE DRAMA: Thursday 21st Feb: Having had a great run with their hilarious comedy ' Separate Beds ' , the group are running a charity night for local man Mark Noonan. Unfortunately Mark has been diagnosed with Lyme Disease at only thirty five years old. Hoping there will be a big attendance on the night, in the parish hall. Admission €10 and €5. Shop and raffle each night. GAA OsKaRs: Thursday 21st Feb: Casting Night for the GranaghBallingarry GAA Oskars - don't miss it. Kevin Rowe of Kevin Rowe Events briefed the meeting on the workings of the Oskars last week. They do all the work ... you only have to turn up. No need to learn off lines. It is very profession

Kay Horgan. RIP

CHOMHBHRÓN: Our sincere sympathies to the family of Kay Horgan (nee Fitzgibbon), Lisduane, who passed peacefully on Monday 11th, in the loving care of the staff in Milford Care Centre. Predeceased by her brother Sean. Survived by her husband Tom, son Joe, daughters Margo and Triona, grandchildren , daughter in-law Catherine, sons-in-law Donal and Rich, brother Tony, sisters Mary (Cagney), Helen (Cullinane) and Norina (Sheehan), brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews , nieces, neighbours, relatives and friends. She was reposed at O'Grady's Funeral Home with Requiem Mass in St Joseph's Church Granagh and burial afterwards in the local cemetery. Go dtuga Dia aoibhneas na bhFlaitheas

Adieu for another Year.....

GRANAGH PLAYERS: The Producer, Cast and Crew would like to thank all the audiences who travelled to support them again this year. A special mention to our wonderful sponsors, thirty seven in all, who contributed and supported the raffle each and every night. To our volunteers, both inside and outside the Hall, who give up their time so willingly to make sure everything runs smoothly and efficiently. The play success is down to community spirit and co-operation. It is so encouraging to have such support and makes all the rehearsing worthwhile. One of our members, Mary Flynn, will be leaving and moving from the parish this year. Mary has been with us for the last five productions

PHOTOBOOKS - TO ORDER:

Did you like the Liam McCarthy Book...????? Would you like to order one ??? Contact Marian Sheehy - Email - marjosheehy@eircom.net If you would like a Book made for any occasion, Marian will do it.... put your photos on a memory stick and she will do the rest.

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