Carnew notes week November 26th

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TOMACORK CABARET

The committee would like to say a big thank you to everyone who supported and attended the annual Cabaret on Friday 16th November, to John Flood for the music and the golf club for the use of the venue.

 

BIRTH

Congratulations to Eugene and Coleen Clune on the birth of their son recently.

 

SYMPATHY

Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of John Byrne, Emmet Place, Carnew who died on Monday following an accident, his remains were removed to Carnew on Thursday for 2pm mass, followed by burial in Tomacork cemetry.

 

To the family and relatives of Sarah Stacey, Ballyshancarragh, Kildavin and formely of Deerpark who died during the week and was buried on Friday following 2pm service.

 

To the family and relatives of Cathrine (Kitty) Murphy, nee Kavanagh, Kiltilahane who died on Wednesday, her remains were removed to Askamore on Saturday for 11am mass, followed by burial in the adjoining graveyard.

 

SPLIT THE POT

The winner of Scoil Aodan Naofa, Carnew Split the Pot of 16th November was Adam Kavanagh winning €238, tickets on sale from the school or local shops.

 

GET WELL

Get well wishes go to Willie Walsh, Donishal. Paul Little, Donishal. Nellie Lennon, Hillbrook.

 

CARNEW HERITAGE CLUB PRESENTATION

Carnew Heritage club held their presentation night on Friday 9th November at 8.30pm in Kenny’s Pint Depot.

 

Proceeds from the annual Road run, the Garden County Country Fest and the working day were presented to Sister Josephine from Carnew Community Care receiving €750, Tony Buttle and Linda Dunne from South East Cancer Trust received €4,500. Margaret Cooper and Betty Finn for Talk to Tom received €4,500 and Mary O’Rourke and Clare Doyle from Friends of Local People with MS received €4,500. Carnew GAA club benefit from the proceeds of the Saturday night and the Heritage club from the working day.

 

The group has raised over €100,000 for local charities since it first began in 2005. A sincere thank you to everyone involved on a very successful weekend, especially the land owners, sponsors, exhibitors and many volunteers who helped make everything possible on the day.

 

COLAISTE BHRIDE STRICTLY

Well done to all who took part in the Strictly Come Dancing last week in Gorey, good luck to all in the final on Sunday December 2nd in The Amber Springs Hotel, Gorey against Creagh College, tickets available from the schools or the dancers. In the final are Molly Rose McDermot and Killian McDonald, Laura Doran and Conor Hughes, Ciaran O’Keeffe and Kate McConnell. Kevin Morris and Aine Teeran, Aidan Douglas and Michaela Smyth.

 

BINGO

The next bingo is on Sunday 2nd and 16th December at 2.30pm in St Bridget’s Hall, Carnew, all welcome.

 

TINAHEALY WALKING CLUB

Details of Tinahely Walking Club Sunday walks for the next two weeks:

Dec 2: Glen of Imaal, B, 13km, 4 hours. Meeting Tinahely 10.00, Fenton’s Pub at 10.30.

Dec 9: Askamore, B, 12km, 3.5 hours. Meeting Askamore Church 10.30.

As usual, please ensure to wear proper walking boots, to bring adequate food & drink and to pack (or wear) rain gear.

 

CARNEW AND DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY AGM

Carnew and District Agricultural Show Society will hold their

Annual General Meeting on Monday 3rd December 2018 at 8.30pm in Kenny’s Lounge, Corner House, Carnew. All Welcome.

 

Ballyellis National School “Split the Pot”

Friday 23rd November winner of   “Split the Pot” is  Paula Buttle, Donishall  –  winning €165.   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.

 

South East Radio/ Talbot Hotel Outstanding Achievement of the month Award.

 

 

Enda Morris, Principal of Ballyellis National School, Askamore was taken by surprise on Wednesday morning last when Alan Corcoran, South East Radio, awarded him Outstanding achievement  for  the Month for November on behalf of the school.

 

He was nominated for this award by Mick and Mairéad Kinsella, Pat and Ann Butler and James and Margaret Tomkins for his quick thinking and caring response after an unfortunate accident near the school involving their children, Aoife, Kate and Karen, past pupils of the school.

 

It is a great testament to the school’s caring ethos, that the former students and parents felt able to seek help from the local school.  It was because of Mr. Morris and his staff’s prompt and appropriate response to the incident that they were nominated for this well deserved reward.

Well done and Congratulations to Mr Enda Morris and all the staff in Ballyellis.

 

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