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THE HALL - 50yrs on 7th Dec:

V.de Paul COLLECTION: On Friday 29th Nov, a collection day will be held at O'Grady's Supermarket, Ballingarry, on behalf of the St. Vincent dePaul Society. All funds are used locally. Many of you support our work - and for that we Thank you. Without this help we simply would not be able to support our fellow parishioners, on your behalf. In addition to funds, we are always looking for volunteers. If you are interested, please contact us on our designated phone number, 087-1602110. THE COLLEEN BAWN: Saturday 30th Nov; 8pm; Granagh Community Centre: The Full Moon Theatre Company, from Clare are performing their highly acclaimed production ‘Ellen Hanly- Colleen Bawn… the Eyewitne

Doing it Their Way.....

Seamus Twomey, Fiona & Jimmy Morrissey hit the streets of New York before attending Limerick Match V.de Paul COLLECTION: This coming weekend, Saturday 23rd Nov, there will be a church-gate collection for the St. Vincent dePaul, before Mass in Granagh. Many of you support our work. Thank you. Without this help we simply would not be able to support our fellow parishioners, on your behalf. In addition to funds, we are always looking for volunteers. If you are interested, please contact us on our designated phone number, 087-1602110. On Friday 29th, a collection day will also be held at O'Grady's Supermarket, Ballingarry. THE HALL - 50yrs: On Sat 7th Dec at 8pm, Granagh Development A

Have You Got Some ????

THE HALL is 50yrs Old: We need You to unearth your old photos, paper clippings, mementos etc by Friday 29th !!!! WHY ????? On Sat 7th Dec at 8pm, Granagh Development Association will be marking fifty years of Granagh Community Centre. We will be organising a display of photos, documents etc from all organisations that have used the Hall, over the years. Joe Power, Jim Chawke or any committee member will be delighted to receive them, on loan. Some of the past organisations - Legion of Mary, Muintir Na Tire, Pioneers, ICA, Apostolic Group, Card Committee, Macra na Feirme, GAA , Gun Club, Music Classes, etc If you were a member of any of these organisations, it would be wonderful

TROCAIRE CHRISTMAS GIFTS:

WILL YOU BUY TRÓCAIRE - Gifts of Love: Living G​ifts of Love​, which are Changing Lives. Choose a Gift. Your loved one receives a beautiful Card. You change a ​families' ​Life.!! Christmas is coming ....what about a sustainable and ethical gift this year, for a change..? The majority of people we know, have food and water, yet these basic rights are often denied to those in the third world. One in nine people do not have enough to eat, while millions are denied access to land and water. Drought and extreme weather are ravaging livelihoods. These life changing Gifts you purchase will have long-term effects and will have an amazing impact on a poor family's life. €5 - Soap, to stop the sp

' Dull Nov brings the Blast, then the Leaves are whirling Fast. '

CONCERN COLLECTION It is that time of year again when 'Concern' are asking the people of the parish for their support, this weekend, through Frances O'Keeffe, Ballingarry. Over twenty five years ago she worked with the Kurdish people who were fleeing a war in Iraq. Now their plight continues to be one of running to safety yet again. Concern is working with thousands of Kurdish people in Syria, some who have moved up to 9 times trying to protect their families. While she cannot talk openly about their work to ensure the safety of the team, they are providing food, water and shelter to these people. It cannot be done without your support. Everything you give makes a difference and C

" JOHNNIE's BRITCHES "

Mary Liston is preparing to stage the play ' Johnnie's Britches' by the Limerick born playwright, P.G. O'Dea, in aid of Banogue GAA A hilarious comedy that has not been seen in this part of the country before. O'Dea was born in 1898 and spent his years teaching in Athlone Vocational school. He had a keen interest in sport, taught gymnastics to the army recruits at Custume Barracks, Athlone, and held many displays and demonstrations in the barracks' grounds. His plays provide a unique insight into Irish rural life during the 40's, 50's, and 60's and are now considered to be true windows into the mind-set of the time. Performance dates - Nov - 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th & 21st, 22nd,

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