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CLOTHES COLLECTION:
Tue 16th & Wed 17th Apr: The National School parents' association will be holding their annual clothes collection at the School during the following times - 9am - 11am and 5pm - 7pm. Funding will go towards the provision of maths and science equipment in the school.
GIVE BLOOD:
Tue, Wed, Thur, 23rd, 24th, 25th Apr: at the Longcourt Hotel Newcastlewest V42 TD72. This is an appointment based clinic. Please call 1800 222 111 to book an appointment. They recommend that you have eaten something and have had plenty of cold drinks. Allow yourself about an hour and a half to complete the process at the clinic from the registration to refreshments.
VACANCY:
Granagh Development Assoc are looking for a Secretary, temporarily, until the AGM in October. It is open to Male or Female candidates. Contact any of the officers, Joe, John, Anne or Mike or drop an email to -granaghcommunity@gmail.com
CUAN MHUIRE:
It may not be suitable weather for gardening yet, but one can always browse and plan. Cuan Mhuire garden centre, Bruree is open again and fully stocked. Open seven days a week, phone 063-90338.
MEALS ON WHEELS:
Croom Family Resource Centre are now starting to deliver a meals-on-wheels service. If you know of anyone who might benefit from this service, please make contact with the centre on 061-602878 or info@croomfrc.com
COFFEE MORNING:
Fri 12th Apr, 11am at Geary's Bar, Charleville. In aid of Cliona's foundation which has provided financial support to over 1160 families since 2008.
DRAMA:
2nd May - 11th May: 'Jilly Morgan's Birthday Party' is coming to the Belltable, written by Liam McCarthy. Fresh from her appearance in ' The Empty Nest' with Seamus O'Rourke, Joan Sheehy is jumping straight into the role of director for this play. Starring Georgina Miller and Patrick Ryan, this is a story of love, longing and obsession. Booking on www.limetree.ie or 061-953400
MONAGEA for CRY:
Sat 4th May; Cycle/Walk/Run: The tenth and final year of the CRY fundraiser. In 2011 two young people, Niamh Herlihy (21) & Darra O'Donovan (15) were lost to SADS. This event came about as a result, to raise awareness and funds for CRY. So one last effort for the final year.
GOLF CLASSIC:
June 14th at Charleville golf club. St. Joseph's Foundation are delighted to announce this year's classic, 'Drive for a Difference'. Join them and support all their upcoming projects by registering a team, sponsoring a tee box or a prize. More info, contact Susan on 086-0333310 or fundraising@sjf.ie

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