June is Bustin' Out all Over.
In Ballingarry Family Resource Centre (beside the hall),
Thursday 2nd June from 10am - 12pm, €10 per person over 60. No appointment necessary.
For information please ring 069 - 68054
Saturday 11th June: 9am - 1pm. Also, a Car Boot Sale with Tea/Coffee Morning in aid of
Ballingarry Family Resource Centre and The Jack & Jill Foundation
Doors open @ 8.30am for Boot/Table Sellers. €10 per Car Boot/Table.
All are welcome to sell Briq a Braq, household Item, Baby/Toddler Items, Furniture, Baked Goods, Homemade Items, Garden Items, Fruit & Veg, etc,etc. Also welcome, Hairdressers, Beauticians, Coal Merchants, Garden Centres, Sweet makers and Bakers to sell and advertise. Lucky Lines also sold on the
day. Free public entry.
OPEN COURSE DAY:
Liskennett Farm. Tuesday 21st June. 10.30am - 1.30pm.
Come along to find out about the Local Training Initiative Programme - Intellectual disability Practice, QQI Level 5.
this course will be commencing in October 2016 for 41 weeks. For further information, contact Barbara Ryan or Lorraine O'Connor at 061-399349 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org
This years' FAI Soccer camp will run from Mon 4th July to Fri 8th July, in Ballingarry. Each participant will receive a full FAI playing kit, football and a rucksack. If you wish to enrol your child, you can book online at www.fai.ie or by calling 1890-653-653.
The Cheshire Home is looking for volunteers to help with their annual garden fete which will be held on Sunday 3rd July. Volunteers will be involved with preparation of various stalls and running them on the day. All help would be greatly appreciated. If interested, contact Catriona Sheehy on 069-83279 for details.
Some places still available for the August trip. 9th-16th, direct flights from Shannon. Accommodation in Hotel Roissy.
For further details, contact Pat Dalton, 069-62306.
Happy 21st Birthday wishes to Jessie Stapleton who celebrated over the weekend, with family and friends.
Well done to Laura O'Keeffe, daughter of Conor and Breda, who received student of the year award at the Colaiste Na Trocaire graduation night last week.
In case you missed the article in last week's Observer - congratulations to Stephen Kiely on his new venture - Munster Floor Screed.
Just after opening in Granagh also, " Emerald Valeting & Car Wash " , set up by Pat Fitzgibbon. It is great to see people taking the chance with a new business, although it is definitely not easy. Wishing Pat & Stephen every success.
Sincere thanks to all those who contributed so generously to this collection at the weekend. A total of €400 was received.