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14* in MARCH:

March 27, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COTTAGE MARKET:
Saturday 30th March, Kilmallock Peoples Hall, 11am- 2pm.   Beautiful handmade patchwork, Baked Goods, Jams and Preserves, Kilmallock Men's shed with their quality timber work, Lough Gur, GIY and many more.. There is something for everyone....  pick up some unique Mother's Day gifts.   
Edith from Athenry Candles will have her stall packed with beautiful handmade soaps and candles! 
Karen from The Flower Bar will be bringing her gorgeous flower arrangements.  Perfect floral gifts for Mother's Day which happens to be the day after !
Marianne Kelly has been busy crafting and gathering a wonderful selection of items for her stall also.

 

'THE SNAPPER' QUIZ:
Friday 5th Apr:   The Rock Bar, 9pm.  In the run-up to the GAA Oskars, a few fundraisers are being held to help defray the costs.    Mr. Burgess and Associates are inviting you to a fun Table Quiz in the local.

 

65 ROSES DAY:
Friday 12th April is Cystic Fibrosis National Awareness Day.   They will be selling purple Roses, pens, wristbands, shopping bags etc to help provide vital services and support to people living wit CF in Ireland.   They are looking for volunteers nationwide to sell their merchandise .   If you want to help - contact Brendán in the office on 01 496 2433 / brendan@cfireland.ie, or visit www.65rosesday.ie for more info.

 

An tIONAD GLAS:
The Organic College in Drumcollogher are thinking of running a half day Saturday workshop (10-2) for Organic Vegetable growing for Beginners, soon.   If you are interested or you know of someone who is interested email your details to antionadglas@gmail.com 
If the day goes well and people are interested in going further, they will be doing a few more workshops on subjects like: Composting, Liquid Feeds, Green Manures, Soil Health and Fertility, Tunnel Growing, Rotations, Succession Sowing.

 

TROCAIRE:
As you have heard, Cyclone Idai destroyed large parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi last week and heavy rain is continuing with more forecast.
People in the region were praying for rain so that their crops could grow, but what has hit them is a devastating cyclone that has destroyed everything in its path. The impact of the cyclone is enormous – they could face months of hunger as a result of the loss of crops.
Bishop Crean, who is Chair of Trócaire, said they are responding to this crisis in all three countries.  As well as providing immediate humanitarian relief, Trócaire will work with communities over the months and years ahead as they rebuild their lives.    Your donations during this Lent will go towards helping these communities and others who are in urgent need of aid.

 

DIARY:
Sat 30th Mar:            Cottage Market, Kilmallock,  11am-2pm.
Tue 2nd Apr:             8-Wk-Yoga Class begins in Community Centre at 7.30pm.
Fri 5th Apr:              ' The Snapper ' Table Quiz in The Rock Bar.
Fri 12th:                    65Roses for Cystic Fibrosis National Day.
Fri 12th:                     In aid of Milford Hospice - 80s Disco Rathkeale House Hotel.  
Sun 14th:                  Spring Fair, St. Joseph's, Charleville. 
Fri 19th:                     Team Limerick Clean-Up,
Wed 24th:                 Give Blood, Colaiste Chiarain, 5pm - 8pm.

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