Huge turnout to mark the 100th Anniversary of the 1916 Rising.
Our sympathies to the family of the late Kathleen O'Donovan, who died peacefully on Saturday, April 23rd .Predeceased by her husband Tom and daughter Laura Enright.
Survived by her sons, daughter Kay Tuohy, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, sister-in-law Nellie, nephew, nieces, relatives and friends. Requiem Mass was held on Tuesday, with burial afterwards in the local cemetery. Also ,John O'Sullivan, husband of the late Peg (nee Hedderman).
Survived by his family Brian, Alan, Shaun, Kevin and Stacey, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, mother-in-law, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and many friends.
Funeral arriving at St. Joseph's Church, Granagh, on Wednesday 27th, for 12 noon Requiem Mass.
Burial afterwards in Bruree New Cemetery
MOVIES IN THE HALL:
" Kung Fu Panda 3 " will be showing at the Hall tomorrow evening, Thursday 28th Apr, from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
Adm €5 per child, which includes raffle on the door ticket. Bouncy Castle afterwards.
Jim Chawke wishes to thank the people of Granagh for turning out in huge numbers for
the 1916 commemoration.
Once again you have proven that the spirit of volunteerism is alive and well in the community.
Men women and children made a huge effort to dress in the costume of the time.
More than 200 people marched and lined the road from the old creamery, where the march began.
The tri-colour was raised at the school,church and community centre and renditions of 'A Nation once Again, 'Faith of our Fathers ' and ' ' Amhrán na BhFiann ' could be heard ringing out across the parish.
The proclamation was read aloud and an enactment of some of the events of 1916 took place in a packed community centre.
The entire evenings proceedings were recorded for posterity.
I hope that it will live long in the memory of those who took part and attended.
Check out web site www.granagh.com and our facebook page - Granagh Community News for more photos.
ANNIE GET YOUR GUN:
Limerick Musical Society Presents this fictionalized version of the life of the real-life sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her romance with Frank Butler . Boasting a score of Irving Berlin gems including “There’s No Business Like Show Business”, I Got the Sun in the Mornin”, “Anything You Can Do”, and “They Say It’s Wonderful”.
Starring a superb line-up of Limerick talent including Hilary Orpen, Richie Hayes, Olivia Parkinson, Steven O’Brien, Aodhán Ó Conaill, Pádraig De Bhulbh and Glen Carr.
Thursday 28th April to Saturday 30th at 8pm. Directed by Des Henn , Choreographed by Niamh Twomey
and Musical Direction by Maire Keary-Scanlon.
Tickets 061-331549 or www.uch.ie
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE:
The following courses being held in the Ballingarry Family Resource Centre (beside the hall) every week.
All are very welcome to join in on these Courses.
Basic Computer Course every Monday from 10am - 1pm
Arts & Crafts every Tuesday from 10am - 12pm
Parent/Toddler Group every Wednesday from 10.30am
Personal Development every Thursday from 10am - 12pm
Chiropody will be held in Ballingarry Family Resource Centre
on Thursday 5th May
from 10am - 12pm, €10 per person over 60, no appointment necessary.
For further information please ring Grace on 069 - 68054
BIRTHDAYS: Congratulations and Happy birthday wishes to the following: - Peggy Tierney, Breeda Sheehan and Donal Hartigan.
Sunday 30th April: ' CRY ' Walk/Run/Cycle Monagea.