Tinahely Walking Club.
On Sunday December 15 the walk is on Kaideen (B walk), meeting in Tinahely square at 10.30am. On Sunday December 22 the walk is From Crossbridge to the Dying Cow (B/C walk), meeting in Tinahely square at 10.30am. Please ensure to wear proper walking boots, to bring adequate food & drink and to pack (or wear) rain gear. Full walking schedule is on the Tinahely.ie website.
Winner of Cake Stall Hamper: Suzie Mullen Whiterock.
A very enjoyable evening was had by all who attended the ICA Senior Citizens Party in Murphy’s Hotel on Saturday 30th Nov. The meal was excellent and the music by Denis Monaghan had everyone up dancing. The Raffle took place at the event. Prize Winners were: 1st E200 Peter Deegan Main St Carnew. 2nd E100 Helen Lawlor Knockananna. 3rd Hamper – Kevin Fitzgerald A.P.L. Tinahely. 4th – Btl Whiskey – J Healy Aughrim. A big thank you to all who bought tickets. Thanks to those who donated money and Spot Prizes. They are Automatic Plastics, Anthony Darcy, Philip and Rebecca Hadden, Damien Murphy, David and Joan Chambers, Centra Supermarket. Siobhan Hair Salon, Sonia Carroll Post Office,Tinahely Pharmacy, Laura Fitzgerald, and Green Cuisine.Tinahely Ica President wishes members and friends a Happy and Peaceful Christmas.x
Christmas Whist Drive
Tinahely Parochial Hall on Thursday December 12 at 8.30 p.m. Turkey, Ham, Bottles etc. Thank you for your support.
Tea/ Coffe Morning
Marita Byrne would like to thank everyone who attended and supported her tea/coffee morning on Sat 26th Oct for The Irish Cancer Society. The total amount raised was €340 which was donated in memory of her Dad Matt O’Neill. Once again a huge thank you to everyone, it was much appreciated.
Tuesday and Wednesday 2.00p.m. – 5.00 p.m and 6.30-8.30 p.m. Thursday 11.00 – 1.30p.m. and 2.30 – 5.00 p.m. Saturday 11.00 am – 1.30 p.m. Free internet acces, photocopying and a history section available.
A reading will take place in the library at 11.00 a.m. on Saturday, December 14th. Dermot Meleady will read from his book “John Redmond – The National Leader”. His previous book is Redmond the Parnellite. His new book has been reviewed in the Sunday Independent and the Irish Times. His book is on display in all the book shops in Dublin. Dermot is here at Tinahey Library to talk and sign books so if you would like to come along all are welcome.