It's all about Daffodils:
Coffee Afternoon: Mary & Peter Morrissey, Coolruss are holding their Annual Daffodil Day fundraiser at their home on Friday 11th March from 2pm - 6pm.. All monies collected go to supporting advancements in cancer research, prevention, education and support services. It is a major funding source for the Irish Cancer Society.
Please support if possible. Free Raffle along with Mary's delicious baking.!
SENIOR CAMOGIE CLUB:
The Senior Club are holding a Fundraiser on Saturday 12th March in The Rock Bar at 9pm. €20 per table of four.
Raffle and Spots - Hampers, Easter Eggs, 3 month Gym membership in the Woodlands and many more prizes. The Club would really appreciate you support.
Choir will be singing for Masses on Wednesday 16th and Saturday 19th March. Rehearsal on Sunday 13th Mar at 6pm. All Welcome to attend.
Presentations have been made to the various groups who are the recipients of the donations from the production of 'Second Honeymoon'. Liskennett Autism Unit received €1000. 'Building Bridges Book Programme' in Granagh N.S.received €500. Bord na nÓg, €500. Granagh Utd.F.C., €500. Granagh/Ballingarry Camogie Club, €500.
Training in CPR and use of Defibrillator will take place in Granagh Community Centre on Saturday April 9th
at 10.00 am. Training will take approximately 4 hours , this training is suitable both for beginners and those in need of retraining. If interested in booking a place please contact Anne Hickey 086 8615864.
There are two defibrillators in Granagh, one at O'Gorman's shop and one outside the Rock Bar. These have recently been equipped with break glass units and with a key for ease of access. We believe there are many people in the parish who may have Defib training through work or school . We particular ask anyone involved in sporting organisations to avail of this . All people who have previously trained are due to retrain.
TEAM LIMK CLEAN-UP:
Team Limerick Clean-up 2 will take place this year on Good Friday, 25th March 2016. TLC is a very powerful event which creates a great community spirit.
The campaign is led by rugby legend Paul O’Connell and he is encouraging
everyone to get involved and join ‘The Clean Team’ . Registration is now open ww.teamlimerickcleanup.ie.
Once you have signed up to TLC2 they will be in contact with you providing further information about the day including details about health & safety clean-up kits , litter collection routes and tea/coffee outlets.
Any queries, please call 01 2953519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Wishing those who are in hospital or at home recuperating a speedy recovery, thinking especially of Michael Clifford, Maireád Chawke and Mary Lane.