Carnew notes May 11

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Carnew Community Art Group – Exhibition
An exhibition of Art by Carnew Community Work Shop will take place in Carnew Community Care Centre, Carnew from Monday the 25th of May to Thursday the 28th of May 9 am to 5pm daily.

The official opening of the Exhibition will take place in Carnew Community Care on Saturday the 23rd of May at 8 pm. All Welcome.

Tinahely walking club
As we go to press the next two month walking schedule has not been decided as the committee meeting had to be postponed a few days. Members will be notified by text with the details of the walk on May 17 and details should be on the website shortly. Sorry for any inconvenience. These notes will be up and running with full information on walks next week.

Under 12 Hurling Div 1A

Carnew 3-6 Bray Emmets 1-6

Carnew came away with another great win on Monday May 4th in Arklow against a strong Bray Emmets team. Thomas Collins and Brandon Rossiter were consistent at mid field and were the building blocks to Carnew’s success. Carnew’s Henry Sheflin, in the body of young Daniel Redmond, was outstanding. He read the game like a story book and was always in the thick of it. Shay Guilfoyle let everyone know he meant business on the night as he drove all before him towards goals. Will Molloy made some important saves and had some great puck outs that kept the pressure off the backs. Shane Byrne, Dan Murphy and Maurice Sheil were solid in the back line, while Brandon Rossiter and Shay Guilfoyle were very impressive up front.

Ballyellis Crazy Golf Classic Saturday 25th April 2015
The “Crazy Golf Classic” has been a huge success with all monies going to the purchase of extra land for a larger playground for the children and space to train for football, hurling and camogie.

A big thank you to the parents and members of the Board of Management of Ballyellis School who sold tickets, put up posters and road signs and secured sponsorship.

 

The winner of the Ipad was Aoife Kehoe, Ballyconran,
2nd Prize Joe Kenny, Ballyconran – Drinks Hamper.
3rd Prize Larry Doyle, Bunclody – Voucher.

 

GET WELL
Get well wishes go to John Byrne, Ballingate. Ted Hayden, Croneyhorn.

 

SONGS OF PRAISE
There will be a Songs of Praise Service in All Saints Church Carnew on Sunday 31st May at 7pm. All are welcome to come and join in singing popular hymns. A retiring collection will be in aid of the Bishops Appeal for the Nepal Earthquake fund. Refreshments will be served in Colaiste Bhride after the service.

 

ROAD RUN
Carnew Heritage club are holding their annual tractor/car run on this Sunday 17th May at 12 noon from Carnew mart, refreshments afterwards in Colaiste Bhride, all welcome to come along, proceeds towards Carnew Community Care.

 

FASHION SHOW
The committee of Scoil Aodan Naofa Carnew would like to thank most sincerely all those who helped in anyway with the fashion show on 30th April in St Brigid’s Hall, to all who did the modelling, the shops, all who helped back stage, all who sold and bought tickets and all who donated prizes etc, it was very much appreciated.

 

LOTTO
The lucky dips in the GAA lotto was Jonathon O’Toole, c/o Paddy Cummiskey. Bernie Redmond, Soldiers Bench. Liz Keogh, Mountain View. Kathy Cosgrave, Tomacork. The next draw was 11th May in The lodge and the jackpot starts off at €2,000, well done to Alice Balfe, Kilcavan on winning the €9,400.

 

FUNDRAISING WALK
A 10k road walk from Camolin to Askamore will take place on this Sunday 17th May in aid of St Aidans Day Centre, Gorey and Askamore Munitre Na Tire project 2020 for more information contact Stacy on 0879922481, all are welcome.

 

TOMACORK SCHEME
Two positions are available in childcare for September 2015, applicants must be eligible for a C.E. Scheme, Fetac Level 5is essential, contact Eileen Norris, Little Acorns, St Brigid’s Hall, Carnew, Co Wicklow 0539423871, closing date is 22nd May.

 

COFFEE MORNING
On Tuesday 26th May in Jim and Ann Gilbert’s Askamore 9 till 3 to help offset the cost of bringing a child from Chernobyl [Dennis] to Askamore for the summer a few weeks in Ireland is able to add up to two years to these children’s lives, Dennis is coming to Askamore for the last five years and we thank everyone for their on going support .

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