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Scór Champs:


SCOR:

Congratulations to the six girls performing "An American Wake" at Pallasgreen on Thursday night, who won the Scór County Final Novelty Act. They now qualify to take part in the Munster Semi-final at Cashel on Sunday. Mark O'Shea also took part in the recitation comp and while his performance was excellent he wasn't successful.

L-R Maura Friel-Lynch. Aislinn Herlihy, Olivia Bennett, Nessa Houlihan, Grainne Lynch, Caoimhe O'Flynn and Therese Noonan.

GRANAGH UTD. F.C:

Lotto Results: 4th Dec: No Winner. Numbers drawn - 3. 5. 7. 9.

Lucky dips: Kevin Carroll, Coolruss. Siobhán Sheehan, Croom. Jake O'Donovan, Granagh.

Jackpot for next week €2,650. Tickets can be purchased from O'Gormans Shop, The Rock Bar and

Hickeys Bar, Croom.

BANOGUE - EXTRA NIGHT:

In aid of St. Joseph's Foundation - Liskennett Autism Centre. Banogue Drama group will perform " It's the Real McCoy " for the final time.!! An excellent production, directed byMary Liston - this Thursday 10th Dec, 8pm.

Adults €10 and Children €5. A hilarious comedy, and a wonderful night's entertainment for a great local cause.

MOVIES IN THE HALL:

For the children - this coming Thursday evening, 10th Dec at 5pm. Showing the film - Hotel Transylvania 2. Adm. Children €5. Parents FREE. FREE Raffle. FREE Bouncy Castle indoors, afterwards for N.S. children. Candyfloss, Popcorn, Minerals for Sale. Tickets on the Door.

CHARITY CONCERT:

Susie Butler with pupils from her Musica Fusion School are coming to Granagh Community Centre on this coming Sunday 13th - 2pm to 4pm. Proceeds will be donated to Limerick Animal Welfare, Kilfinane. Adm €5. Up to one hundred kids from Musica Fusion School participating. Full Orchestra of 42. !! Lots of Ensemble playing - Guitar, Violin, Viola, Double Bass, Cello. Various Bands and Quartets. Fab Evening of Entertainment.

ORGANIC COLLEGE:

They are hosting a “Christmas Fest” on Thursday December 17th from 5pm - 8pm.

Taking the theme of the Continental style Christmas Markets there will be a wide range of market stalls selling crafts and food gifts including delicious chutneys, jams, home baking, plants, jewellery, and other goodies. You can also pick up natural gifts like Christmas Wreaths, hand-made soaps, balms and luxurious treats. There will be face painting for children and to relax visitors will get to enjoy tea & coffee, hot chocolate, homemade cakes, Broadford Youth Choir will singing Christmas Carols to get us in the Festive mood.

Christmas is almost upon us and what better way to celebrate than to support local community enterprises and come home with some unique Christmas gifts. Money spent locally will recycle within the community as well as giving the buyer top quality food and crafts. Fun for all the family!!

For further details contact the College on 063-83604 or check out our website: www.organiccollege.com

GRANAGH- GRAMM:

The Web site has a NEW Instagram page on www.granagh.com. We would like all you budding photographers to use the Instagram App on your smartphones to take some Xmas pictures that have a Granagh connection and attach the hashtags ‪#‎granagh‬ and ‪#‎granaghxmas‬.

Please ask your families abroad to send us their Xmas photos, all images will automatically appear on our Granagh-Gram page onwww.granagh.com. Don’t forget to ensure your Instagram account is PUBLIC (this is the default) or else they won’t appear on our website. We want to see pictures from home and abroad so get Granagh-Gramming! Looking forward to seeing a lot of festive pictures in the coming weeks !

PAPER ARCHIVE:

For the month of December, Granagh Dev. have paid a month's subscription to the newspaper archive on https://www.irishnewsarchive.com . Records for some papers go back as far as the 1830's, the Limerick Leader begins in Jan 1905. If you have an interest in checking out any paper in the country, for free, - log on to the above website with e-mail granaghcommunity@gmail.com and password, peach249.

TRAINING COURSE:

St. Joseph’s Foundation in collaboration with Cork ETB will deliver a Local Training Initiative (LTI) programme that prepares learners to work in the Intellectual Disability, Healthcare or Childcare sector.

The training programme will be delivered in Mannix College, four days each week, with work experience placement in St. Joseph’s Foundation, a Creche or a Healthcare facility on the fifth day.

On successful completion of the LTI programme learners will achieve a QQI Level 5 Major Award in Healthcare 5M4339, QQI Major Award 5M 2009 Early Childhood Care & Education and Minor Award in Intellectual Disabilities 5N1652. Learners may receive a training allowance, travel / meal allowance depending on their individual circumstances. The LTI programme is full time, Monday to Friday, starting in March 2016 and ending February 2017.

Application/enquiries to Geraldine Hennessy, LTI Co-ordinator on tel. 063-32030 or by e-mail lticoord@yahoo.ie

DIARY:

Thur 10th Dec: Teagasc Seminar, Kilmallock, 9am-1pm. Charity Night with Banogue Drama Group 8pm. Movie in Granagh Hall. 5pm

Sun 13th Dec: Susie's Charity concert in Granagh 2pm. Milford Hospice - Light Up a Memory.

Mon 14th Dec: 45 Drive in Granagh Hall. 8.30pm.

Thur 17th Dec: Organic College, Drumcollogher. Christmas Fest.

Sun 20th Dec: Afternoon Tea Dancing. 2.30pm

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