Congratulations to John Roche and Sabrina Doyle who were married recently.
To David Hall, Tomacork and Gillian Brennan, Ballingate who were married last week .
Carnew GAA lotto was not won, numbers were 220.127.116.11. Lucky dips were Adam Walter c/o Lisa Elliott. Wayne Austin, c/o Snowy. Amy Kehoe, c/o Kathleen. John Cosgrave. The next draw is 19th November in Sinnott’s and the jackpot is €2,600.
ASKAMORE COMMUNITY GAMES
Due to severe lack of numbers at the Community Games AGM, an EGM will be held next Wednesday, November. 14th at 8.30 pm in Askamore Hall. If parents don’t attend the EGM, there will be no other option but to close the club. This means that activities like draughts, gymnastics, table quizzes, badminton, soccer, art and handwriting will no longer be held in the Kilrush/Askamore area. This would be a huge disappointment to children who love being part of such activities. Please make every effort to attend next Wednesday to ensure that the community games continues.
Carnew Musical Society – My Fair Lady
Just a few more weeks for the cast and crew of Carnew Musical Society to put the polishing touches on their 52nd production, My Fair Lady based on Pygmalion by George B. Shaw, book and lyrics – Lerner and Loewe. The show will be performed in St. Brigid’s Hall, Carnew from Monday 26th November – Saturday 1st December.Coupled with a great storyline the show includes many favourites including,Wouldn’t it be loverly, I could have danced all night, Get me to the church on time, The Ascot Gavotte, On the Street where you liveand With a little bit of Luck to name but a few. Priority Booking, Sponsor and Super Sponsor Tickets are now available from
Would you like to support?
The cost of staging musicals is very high and Carnew Musical Society would not be in a position to stage Musicals without the continued support of local businesses and patrons for their sponsorship and patronage. Priority Booking tickets (which replaces the Associate Membership ticket) will be available from all committee and cast members at a cost of €17.00 each and will entitle you to priority booking for each seat purchased. If you would like to sponsor, a sponsor ticket will cost €40.00 and will admit two people and sponsors will have their names listed in the programme. Super Sponsor tickets are also available and please do contact us for more information about becoming a super sponsor. If you have not been approached for tickets and would like to purchase an Priority Booking or Sponsorship ticket, or would like to place an advertisement in the programme,please contact 087 9323990 (this is not the booking number).
Carnew Musical Society Super Draw
Also help with the cost of staging their annual show, Carnew Musical Society have a wonderful Super Draw each year and this year the prizes are:
1st Prize: Designer Necklace (Value €250.00) Sponsored by McGuire Diamonds, Gorey
2nd Prize €200.00 Sponsored by Ian Pearson, Orbital Fabrications UK
3rd Prize: Super Christmas Hamper including Turkey (Value €150.00) Sponsored by O’Loughlins Poultry Products, Courtown.
4th Prize: €100.00 Fuel Voucher Sponsored by Glen Fuels, Gorey.
The Draw will take place after the Final performance of My Fair Lady on Saturday 1st December, 2018.
The next bingo is on Sunday 18th November at 2.30pm in Colaiste Bhride, all welcome
Ballyellis National School “Split the Pot”
Friday 9th November winner of “Split the Pot” is Josie Doran, Monbay – winning €175. We thank everyone for supporting “Split the Pot”. Envelopes can be obtained from the School or any Parent and from Ashling Walsh after weekend Masses in Askamore Church.. Draws will take place every Friday morning in Ballyellis School.
SHINE A LIGHT
A sincere thank you to everyone who supported the events that was run for Shine A Light for the homeless, to all who donated prizes for the raffle, your support and generosity was greatly appreciated, €3,875 was raised by the committee in Askamore.
The annual cabaret for Tomacork will be held on Friday 16th November at 9pm in the usual venue, admission only €5 , all welcome.
AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP
A Community resource for families affected by alcoholism
Public meeting will be held on Thursday 22nd November at 8pm in St Joseph House, St Michael’s Place, Gorey opposite the RC Church. Are you concerned about someone drinking? Is someone’s drinking affecting you? Are you interested in learning more about alcoholism and how it affects the whole family?
Speakers from AL-Anon family groups, Alcoholics Anonymous, professionals, strictly over 18’s, admission free with complimentary tea and coffee.