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May brings flocks of pretty Lambs, skipping by their fleecy dams.

Wed, 11th May at 8pm: Granagh Community Centre. You are invited to a Summer Aloe Vera event. Come along to hear some free tips on achieving a healthy glow for the Summer. Sheila will have a range of products- from Aloe Vera skincare products to Aloe Vera drinking gels, for immune health and gut health.
All are welcome. Any enquiries, please contact Sheila Duggan on (087) 7830390.
Thur 5th May: Tea Day for the Alzheimer Society of Ireland. They continue to support people with dementia and their families in several ways - through Home Care; Dementia Advisers; National Helpline, and Online Family Carer Training. They spend over 89.5% of all funds received on direct care provision such as Day Care, Home Care, Respite, and Information & Advisory Services. The remainder is used for governance, advocacy, research, and fundraising costs. For practical information and emotional support or information on their supports and services contact The Alzheimer Society of Ireland National Helpline which is open six days a week Monday to Friday 10am–5pm and Saturday 10am–4pm on 1800 341 341 or email
Sun 8th May, 7pm: Knockfierna Hill. Jim McNamara will host a wildlife & nature walk on the Hill. Jim was founder and former director of An tIonad Glas, The Organic College, Drumcollogher and has a vast knowledge of flora & fauna as well as all things organic.
Your support for Trócaire last year brought relief and hope to 2.7 million people around the world - you are changing people's lives.! This year they are focusing on Zimbabwe where the growing season was looking quite good, but then there were no rains in February or March and that changed everything.
Coupled with this year's disastrous harvest, is the effect of rising food prices. As in many countries around the world, including here at home, the war in Ukraine has seen the price of food and fuel sky-rocket in Zimbabwe in recent weeks. Items such as vegetable oil for cooking, salt, soap, sugar, batteries and candles are necessities, but the little money people have will now be spent on food. Education and payment of children’s school fees will not be a priority, unfortunately. If you have sent in your Trocaire box - Thank you. If you still wish to donate, you can do so online at
1st May,1931:- The Empire State Building in New York officially opens.
2nd May,1975:- Apple records closes down.
3rd May, 1991:- Last Dallas episode aired.
4th May,1944:- '' Gaslight", starring an 18-year-old Angela Lansbury in her film debut.
5th May,1961:- Alan B.Shepard became the first American in space.
6th May,1954:- Roger Bannister, the first man to run a mile in less than 4 minutes.
7th May, 1915:- The Lusitania is torpedoed, killing nearly 1,200 people.


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