CHURCH NEWS: Morning Mass is back in Granagh every Thursday & Friday morning at 10am, unless there is a funeral. Sunday 1st Aug is the parish Sacristan's annual collection. You all know how dedicated Kathleen is in looking after our Church, I do not know what we would do without her. Nobody really knows the amount of work she does in the background, every day of the week. You can show your appreciation this coming weekend. REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED: For the month of July
Everyone hopes for good weather on their wedding day, well Muireann O'Connor hit the jackpot on Saturday last. On one of the hottest days this year, Muireann married her fiance John Keely. We wish them a long life full of good health and happiness. As they say ' Marriage is great, but the housework is the killer .'
Another new resident on the Kilatal road. Congratulations to Emer & Harry Dore on the arrival of their baby boy Cathal on Sunday 18th, just in time
Foxglove. Fairy Thimble. ORGANIC COLLEGE:
An tIonad Glas, the Organic College in Drumcollogher is delighted to announce that they will be opening the student shop to the public, every Thursday from 12pm to 4pm. They will have lots of seasonal produce, plants, jams, chutneys, compost etc available throughout the season. Keep an eye on the college's social media page for updates on what's available. Contactless card payments accepted.
We send Happy Birthday wis
The very unusual Bee Orchid, growing in Liskennett Wood. GIVE BLOOD:
As a frontline essential service, it is vital that the IBTS continues to collect enough blood and platelets to maintain the supplies to our hospitals during the Covid-19 situation. Hospital demand is now back at Pre Covid levels so it is important our donation clinics collect enough blood each week. Nearest clinics - St. John's Pavilion Mulgrave St Limerick. Monday12th July16:45 - 20:00. Greenhills Hote
Wed 7th - Sun11th July; Kilmallock, ( from car park), at 8pm. Don't forget to book your tickets for Joan Sheehy's production - ' In the Middle of the Fields'. Starring: Kathy Rose O’Brien and written by Mary Lavin.
Audiences can expect a unique atmospheric experience, in an open sided tent, so wrap up well.
The story centres around a young widow who displays a strong independent spirit in running her farm. An encounter one night, with a neighbouring farmer