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Happy 70th John:





John, the Brothers & Marian.










BIRTHDAY:

Congratulations to John Griffin, Graigacurra, who celebrated his 70th at the weekend, may he enjoy many more celebrations.


CHURCH NEWS:

At Mass last weekend, Joan Brosnan's parents, Ned & Mary Duggan, were remembered, as well as her uncle Ned Madden. Also remembered, the anniversaries of Sadie & David Bennett.

At Mass on the 14th, Peggy Tierney's fourth anniversary was remembered. Also, her brother John Barrett, who sadly passed away last week, after a battle with blood cancer. The 66-year-old renowned Irish celebrity hairstylist operated his salon at Bergdorf Goodman and recently at his JB 57 Studio, in Manhattan, for over twenty years. He is predeceased by his parents John and Philomena, brothers Christopher, Jimmy and sister Peggy. He will be forever cherished by brothers Pat, Mike, Eddie, Joe, Gerry and sister Kathleen, their families, and a large circle of loyal friends in New York. May he Rest in Peace.


GRANAGH CHOIR:

Coming up in September, our choir director Roisin is making some changes and would like to set up a Folk Choir (guitar accompaniment). She hopes that the choir can sing once a month at mass as well as special occasions, with rehearsals once a month. It will be open to all and especially from secondary school upwards. Please spread the word and encourage any younger people, both male & female, to join.


GIVE BLOOD:

Wed/Thur, 15/16th Aug: Limerick Racecourse Patrickswell; 16:20 - 19:40. Tue 22nd Aug; Rathkeale House Hotel; 16:50 - 20:10. Please call 1800 222 111 to book an appointment.


USED STAMPS:

I am still collecting stamps for the missions, thanks to Catherine for the bag full.


LOCAL VOCALS:

A new social singing group for adults, is starting in Croom Family Resource Centre this September on Monday evenings 6-8pm in Croom Mills. Not just all about singing, but the all important tea, chats and craic. No singing experience is needed, just enthusiasm to get involved and open to all. You can attend every week or tip in and out, or indeed just trial a week and see if you might like it. The singing will be led and guided by Linda from Music Generation Limerick. To find our more or to add your name for the first week, call us on 061-602878 or email us on info@croomfrc.com


Liskennett's Halloween Farm:

Open to the Public, October 29th & 30th; Two hour slots available from 10am to 6pm. Sensory day: Saturday 28th . Liskennett Equine Therapy Centre, V35 X242

Prices the same as 2022. Please be aware of scam accounts selling tickets. Tickets are only available from our link - www.register.enthuse.com/.../LiskennettHalloweenFarm2023 or www.sjf.ie


UPCOMING EVENTS:

16th- 19th Aug; Cork Arts Theatre; ' The Empty Nest'; Oisín Sweeney’s first full play is an hilarious piece of theatre that looks at how couples negotiate life after the kids leave. Tony and Sheila are watching television. Again! Their children are grown and their grandchildren are invading their lives. Sheila wants to travel, Tony is determined to stay put.! Directed by Geoff Gould, the play stars Seamus O'Rourke and our own Joan Sheehy.

Fri 25th Aug; 7-8.30pm. Croom Sports Hall. Line dancing, learn the steps, get fit. Booking essential at www.cromadh.coc/events/all or call to the Civic Centre.

Sept 8th, 9th, & 10th; Glorach theatre, a new play called 'Katie' by Thérèse Prendiville.

It tells the story of Tony & Maureen’s grief-stricken journey as they mourn the loss of their only child, Katie. Cast includes, Tom Madigan, Josephine Roche, Seamus Lane, Joan O'Connell, David Goode & Katelyn Daly Griffin. Tickets available here http://www.glorachabbeyfeale.com or call (087) 138 3940

Sun 10th Sept; 10am - 2pm. Vintage Fair & Community Market; Food stands, Crafts, Coffee etc.V35FH29.

Sun 10th Sept; 1pm, Knockaderry Charity Vintage run; Kids amusements, magic show, puppets, auction & raffle. Proceeds to Children's Grief Centre & Ballybunion Search & Rescue.

Friday 22nd Sept; 8pm. Friars Gate. Free Event for culture Night. Trad music, dancing and storytelling.

Sat 30th Sept; 11am-1.30. Civic Centre. Ted Riordan, Cuan Mhuire Garden Centre, will talk us through a plan for gardening in the winter. Numbers are limited and booking is essential. www.cromadh.com/events/all or book direct at the Civic Centre.


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