Avoca Notebook – November 25

St. Pats Avoca Weekly 50/50 Draw, November 2013

First Prize €80:    2nd Prize €50:   3rd Prize €30:    Sellers prize €15:

Avoca Community Play Group

Mothers & Toddlers every Friday from 10am to 12noon.

€3 per adult which includes coffee & biscuits.

Annual General Meeting

Avoca Community Hall Co. Ltd will hold their AGM in the Community Hall, Avoca on Thursday 28 November at 8.00p.m. Everyone is invited to attend.  Please come along, new members very welcome.

Avoca National School

The School is currently accepting enrolments for the next School year.  Enrolment Forms are available from the School Office and should be returned by the 20 December 2013.

Red Kite Walk

OFFICIAL OPENING CHANGE OF DATE. As we have linked up with The Golden Eagle Trust for an exciting new venture for the area, we have postponed the Official Opening of the RED KITE WALK until January when we will also be announcing details of the project. Watch this space for the new date.

Avoca Senior Citizens Committee

A cheque for €380.00 was handed over to Avoca Senior Citizens Committee. The money was raised through a scrap metal collection organised by Miley Doyle of Avoca Recycling Centre and Shane Barnes of Leon Recycling Arklow.  The committee wishes to thank everyone who donated Scrap Metal to the centre and for their constant contributions to the Senior Citizens Fund.

 Aughrim, Ballinatone & Castlemacadam Parish

We would like to thank all who supported and attended the Parish dinner dance, and also many thanks to the management and staff of the Woodenbridge Hotel for their hospitality.

Active Retirement

An Afternoon Tea Dance will be held on Sunday 24th November 2013 at the Avoca Community Hall from 3pm to 6pm. Music by The Wicklow Man. Admission €5.00

Everyone welcome young & old

Avoca Camogie Recycling

The manager of the Avoca Recycling Centre, Mylie Doyle has organised a skip at the centre for all types of scrap metal as a fundraiser for the Avoca Camogie Club. Having won the Intermediate championship this year the girls will be playing at Senior level next year. The club needs to invest in some new gear for training etc and hence the reason for this fundraising drive. So anybody out there who has any scrap metal to dispose of please bring it along to the recycling centre where it will help to raise funds for the club. If anybody needs scrap to be collected this can be arranged by contacting Mick Fahy on 087 1372585 or any club member. The club would like to thank Mylie and his staff for all their help in the past and we look forward to working together in the future.


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