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St. Patrick's Day:


MASS - St. PATRICK'S DAY:

Granagh - Thursday 16th at 7.00pm. Ballingarry - Friday 17th at 10.30am.

Wednesday Mass at 9.30am with Adoration until 5pm. No Adoration or Mass on Friday 17th.

ST. PATRICK'S DAY:

The biggest event of the week is the St. Patrick's Day parade - in Limerick they have ' Our Stories ' as the theme and it begins at 12pm.

Among the highlights this year are local Street Spectacle Company, Lumen​.

Also, Award winning Luxe, street and circus performers, will ​be​ bringing ​ "​ All the Rainbows ​" pagent​

to Limerick. Spotlight Stage School ​will be​ bringing their award winning performance and colourful entry

​ ' ​Lost in Music ​ ' ​ to the streets of Limerick.

O​ther local​ parades - Rathkeale 12pm. Kilmallock 1pm. Newcastle West 3pm.

Friday 17th also - The Hunt Museum open (Free Adm) from 11am - 2pm, bi-lingual tours of their collections. The Milk Market will be open from 10am - 4pm for food, crafts, music and fun.

​Sunday 19th March: - ​ The streets of Limerick will be filled with lively musical tones and the spectacular sights of over 1,000 talented marching band musicians from across Ireland, Europe and America ​, for the 47th running of the Limerick International Band Championship. Led by The Irish Army Band, Ireland’s only international band competition will start at Pery Square at 12 noon, march down O’Connell Street before ending with a free concert for the public in Arthur’s Quay Park where the championship winners will be announced.

Greetings: Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig to all our families and friends thar lear.

FITNESS CLASSES:

​Next Class, Thursday 16th Mar, 7.30 - 8.15pm, in the Community Centre.

​A​ll fitness levels welcome​d. All the ladies send get well wishes to Fiona Griffin.

SEACHTAIN na GAEILGE.

Ná déanagaí dearmad to use a cúpla focail this week. Did you know Gaeilge is in the top 100 languages most used online so they are dedicating 16th March as Social Media Day for the language. If you are online don't forget the use the #Gaeilge.

C​AMOGIE CLUB 45 DRIVE:

Fundraiser ​ for the Club on Monday 20th March, in Granagh Hall 8.30​pm . ​Another busy season ​ just beginning so we are asking for your support on the night. ​ ​

​There will be cash prizes as well as a raffle with great prizes. Top prize €300, 2nd prize €150. ​

We are also selling tickets for a door raffle​, prize of €100, all tickets bought include entry to the game on the night. ​ ​

Tickets can be bought from our senior players and local shops. Anyone interested in sponsoring prizes or donating to the club, please contact Nora O’Connor at 087 6852905 or Tony Fitzgibbon at 087 6598380 ​Entry will be €10, there will tea and refreshments on the night​.​

GRANAGH UTD F.C:

Lotto Results: Friday 10th March. No Winner. Winning Numbers. 11. 16. 27. 28.

Lucky dips: Carmel & Tom O'Shea. Eileen Twomey. Kay O'Donoghue.

Lotto Results: Jackpot of €5,500. No Winner. Winning Numbers. 1. 6. 9. 30. .

Lucky dips: Peg Treacy. Tom O'Regan. Stephen & Paul O'Brien.

Next week's Jackpot € 5,650.​ ​Thank you for your support.​ Tickets can be purchased from O'Gorman's shop, ​ ​The Rock Bar and Hickey's Bar Croom.​

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN's DAY:

As International Women's Day was celebrated on 8th March, it is good to read what William Golding, the British Novelist and Poet, wrote - " I think Women are foolish to pretend they are equal to men. They are far superior and always have been.

Whatever you give a Woman, she will make it greater. If you give her sperm, she will give you a baby. If you give her a house, she will give you a home. If you give her groceries, she will give you a meal. If you give her a smile, she will give you her heart. She multiplies and enlarges what is given to her. So, if you give her any crap, be ready to receive a ton of s**t."

REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED:

For the month of ​March​ we remember our family, friends and neighbours, whose mortuary cards are displayed on the Church noticeboard:-

​Tom Treacy, David Conway, Kiloughty. David Clifford, Kilmacow. Michael & Mai Hourigan, Knockfierna. Stasia O'Regan, Graigacurra. Eileen Noonan, Granagh. Kitty Fitzgerald & Margaret Boyce, Kilmore. Edward Sheehan, Lisduane. ​ Tom O'Regan, Liskennett. Fr. Ronald Costello PP. Margaret McEniry, Derryclough. Maria & Morgan Power, Pallasgreen. Leo O'Connell. Ellen Flynn, Ardagh.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE:

Art Class beginning on Monday 27th March ​€40 for a 5 week Course. ​All are welcome to join in.

Chiropody ​will be held on Thursday 6th April from 10am - 12pm, no appointment necessary. ​ ​

€​10 per person over 60. Over 60's Social Club beginning on Monday 10th April from from 2​.00​pm​.​

​Different Activities e​ach​ week​, €3 per person ​and everyone welcome.​ For information please ring 069 - 68054.

DvDs for Sale::​ ​Eventually, we have a quantity ​of​ dvd's of ​ ' The Hostage '

now in stock at 'Gorman's Shop.

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