Hollywood notes July 21

Hollywood

Bingo

A big congratulations to Kathleen Magee, Blessington who won the €3000 jackpot at bingo last Thursday night.

Bingo takes place in the Hollywood Centre every Thursday night at 8.30pm. We have two jackpots – €3,000 and €2,500 to play for each week.

Lotto

The winning numbers in last week’s numbers were: 5, 9, 13 and 17 No winner. The €50 winners were: Cormac Donaovan, Stratford, O’ Connell Family, Crehelp, Dunlavin and Pat O’ Toole, c/o Hollywood Bingo.

Our Lotto jackpot now stands at €7,800. Get your tickets for the next draw 31st July from the Hollywood Centre, Daly’s shop and local sellers.

 

Acorns Playschool

Acorns Playschool are now enrolling for September 2014. There are still places available on the ECCE scheme. Please call Bernadine on 087 2406316.

 

Hollywood Fair

There will be an Open / General meeting on Tuesday 29th at 8.30pm in the Hollywood Centre. All welcome.

 

King & Queen:

The Hollywood Fair King and Queen of 2014 will be crowned on Saturday 2nd August in Poulaphouca House Hotel.  If you are interested in becoming the new King and Queen please download the Application form on our website www.thehollywoodfair.com . The closing date for Entrants is Friday 18th July 2014. We look forward to hearing from you.  If you have any queries please contact Samantha Murphy @ [email protected] 

 

Western Gales Juvenile Hurling

The members of the Western Gales Juvenile hurling teams wish to send a special thanks to D. J. Carey of Kilkenny hurling Fame for the two hours of coaching he gave them on Saturday 12th July. It was very much appreciated. Also a big thanks to the Ladies who supplied and served the food.

 

Hollywood Annual Sports Day

Results:

Under 6 boys: Owen Miley, Sean Corrigan, Peadar O’ Toole,

Under 6 girls: Mia Allen, Muireann Cowney, Ericka Mooney.

Under 7 boys: Jim Corrigan, Harry Reid, Karl Mooney.

Under 7 girls: Ciara Tutty, Mia Allen, Emily Corrigan.

Under 8 boys: Jim Corrigan, Karl Mooney, Ross Mooney.

Under 8 girls: Elana Allen, katy Halpin, Sarah Mc Donald.

Under 9 boys: Tony Clarke, Matthew Kelly, Luke Byrne.

Under 9 girls: Bryana Reid, katy Halpin and joint 3rd Elana Allen and Katie Corrigan.

Under 10 boys: Trevor Allen, tony Clarke, Tommy Mooney.

Under 10 girls: Bryana Reid, katy Halpin, Elana Allen.

Under 11 boys: Trevor Allen, Tony Clarke, Tommy Mooney.

Under 11 girls: Katy Halpin, Tara Winders, Katie Corrigan.

Under 12 boys: Alan Miley, Christy Mooney, Trevor Allen.

Under 12 girls: Zoe Kirkman, Niamh Kelly, Orna Byrne.

Under 13 boys: Alan Miley, Christy Mooney, Trevor Allen.

Under 13 girls: Amy Allen, Daisy Summer Cullen Dunne, Orla Clarke.

Under 14 boys: John Farrington, Harry Houlihan, Kraska Rory.

Under 14 girls: Amy Allen, Cristina Pernos, Orna Byrne.

Under 16 boys: Alan Miley, Christy Mooney, Trevor Allen.

Under 16 girls: Amy Allen, Orna Byrne, Niamh Kelly.

Boys sack race: Dubhaltach Mc Sweeney, John luke Hyland, Sean Dunne.

Girls sack race: kaztie Maguire, Caoimhe Blake, Roisin tutty.

Junior boys – mile: Christy Mooney, Brendan Harkin, and joint 3rd Ciaran Clarke & Mark Masterson.

Junior girls – mile: Joint 1st Elana Allen & Bryana Reid.

Senior boys – mile: Ciaran Corrigan, kaelan Burke, Harry Houlihan.

Wheel Barrow Race: Amy Allen & Orla Clarke, Dubhaltach Mc Sweeney & Ryan Mulvey, Alexander Struyckn & Roisin Tutty.

3 Legged Race: Amy Allen & Cora Allen, Grace |Kelly & Eve Maguire, Bryana Reid & Elana Allen.

Raffle: Áine Mc Dermott, Slievecorragh, Micheál & Olivia Kelly, Ballymore, Sheila Kelly’s grandsons, Crehelp, Julie Traynor.

 

Hollywood Vintage Fashion Show

A spectacular Vintage Fashion Show, held on the Saturday the 19th of July in the Community Centre, Hollywood, Co Wicklow, to a packed house was the opening event for the Hollywood Fair 2014. It also launched the Hollywood Fair Pictorial Book along with presenting two Special Olympians who recently won Gold and Silver in Limerick.  

The Hollywood Vintage Fashion Show was the brain child of Marie Tutty a director with the Fair, ‘My aim was to encourage and promote a greater emphasis on vintage fashion for this era and make it more accessible for people to get ideas for outfit and have some fun in the process’.

One of the highlights of the event was Gillian Burke the current Wicklow Rose, who presented Ann Nolan silver medallist and Padraig O’Reilly gold medallist with a token of appreciation for their wonderful achievements at the Special Olympics.    

Officially launching the Hollywood Fair Garrett Corrigan, stated; ‘The fashion show was a very appropriate event to kick off the upcoming fair, he was delighted with the wonderful turn out and praised the work Marie and her committee had put into organising the show’.

Garrett also thanked Rosie O’Connor, Jim Clarke and Tomas Richardson for all their hard work in compiling the official pictorial book for the 2014 fair, which is a collection of black and white photographs of previous years.

Geraldine Golden of a ‘Touch of Fashion’ Naas. Put on a spectacular array of vintage clothing dating from the late 1800 to the pre 50’s. Geraldine personally accessorised all the outfits to suit the models, music and ambiance of the occasion.

The No-name club were first to the stage, displaying professionalism beyond their years. Encouraged by enthusiastic applause they oozed grace and sophistication as they glided effortlessly down the cat-walk. They also provided the entertainment for the interval which included solo performances and dancing.

Local ladies and gentlemen modelled a striking display of vintage outfits after the interval. Classic vintage chic and elegance wowed the audience, their hair and makeup also enhanced and complemented the era as they graced the cat-walk.  Joanne Murphy who acted as hostess for the event introduced the twenty-three models and described their ensemble to perfection.

The evening was a tremendous success primarily due to the trojan efforts of all involved, to everyone who attended the show, the sponsors and Vintage Touch Fashion. We look forward to meeting you at the Hollywood King and Queen Competition in Poulaphouca House on the 2nd of August and the fabulous Hollywood Fair on the 13th to the 17th of August.

 

To book the Hollywood Centre, or place a notice in the local notes section here on www.wicklownews.net please contact the Centre on 045 864979 or Email: [email protected]

 

 

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