Music in the Air :
Musica Fusion, Music School was officially opened Sunday 30th August with a marvellous concert and
delicious nibbles. Wishing Susie and Sophie Butler every success with their new venture. Pictured is the Lego Guitar, made by Eve Butler - ohh the patience !
Our sympathies to Breege (Kane) O'Brien, Ballyguile, on the death of her father Michael late of Renvyle, Galway.
He is survived by his wife Maimie, sisters, son-in-law Donal, grandchildren Alice and Isabel, relatives and friends.
His requiem Mass was held on Friday 28th last and he was buried in Renvyle Cemetery.
Johnny Kiely, Granagh passed away at his home last Saturday. He is survived by his wife Nora, sons, daughters,
sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, sisters, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
Requiem Mass was held on Tuesday, September 1st, and he was laid to rest afterwards in the local cemetery.
Go mbeidh leaba í measc na naomh acu.
The Development Association are looking for some volunteers, who might be interested in helping with the running of
our monthly Tea Dances. We hold six dances, beginning in October through to December and then February through to April.
They are held on the third Sunday of each month, 2pm – 6pm, where we serve teas, run a raffle, have a few dances and clean-up
If we do not have an adequate number of people to fill a rota, we will not run them at all. Please contact John Bennett, Eileen
Power or any committee member, by this coming week-end, if interested.
Lots of photos up on the web site, including the 2014 presentation to Water Group members and the All Ireland sharp-shooters of 2003.!
The Local Business Directory has been set-up and the first six have been quick off the mark to have their services advertised.
As this service is free of charge, we would encourage anybody running a business to send in their details to – firstname.lastname@example.org
It has to be advantageous to let people know what services are provided locally, if business is to stay local.!
I’m sure people have old photos and documents, which we would like to borrow and put them up on the site. Many people who have emigrated
would love to see and read interesting details about the parish, which also bring back memories of their youth. One of the latest people to contact us from New York was Ita Moriarty ( nee O’Brien), sister of the late Jerry, Woodcock. If details are not collected now and recorded, they may be lost forever.
Congrats to David Morrissey who just celebrated his 21st Birthday in The Rock, on Friday night. Saturday night was taken over by the Kelly family and friends
to celebrate Claire’s 50th. Tom and Marian Noonan celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary this month.
However, top of the list is our own Mairéad Chawke. An amazing lady, who celebrated her 93rd birthday in August, remains hale and hearty.
Many congratulations and best wishes for continued good health and happiness.
Liskennett Autism Centre are having their official opening on Friday 18th September at 3.00pm. All welcome to attend and see the beautiful job that has been done.