Ballyellis National SchoolCongratulations and best wishes to the Ballyellis NS School teams on their recent achievements. Good luck to the Girls who have qualified for the Rackard League Camogie mini-7’s Co. Semi-Final against Horeswood to be played this week. Also best wishes to the boys soccer team as they represent County Wexford in the small schools Boys “A” Cup in the South Leinster Finals to be played in Bunclody AFC this Thursday. The very best of luck to both teams.The Rackard Leaque Camogie and Hurling games will continue this week also.WALKING CLUB
On Sunday April 24 the walk is at Haddens Hill (Grade B, 10-12k, 3 hours). Meeting in Tinahely at 11.00.
On Sunday May 1 the walk is at Glendalough, details to be confirmed.
Please ensure to wear proper walking boots, to bring adequate food & drink and to pack (or wear) rain gear.
6KM WALK/RUNA Neon 6km fun walk/run will be held on Sunday 24th April at 12.30pm you can register on line on email@example.com €10 for adults €5 for children or on the day from 11am in St Brigid’s Hall, Carnew €13 adult or €7 children wit a neon colour dress code, and neon face painting on the day in memory of Shelly Behan and all proceeds towards Pieta House, all welcome.
Invitation to Mission
We warmly invite you, your family, friends and neighbours to come to our Parish Mission in St. Kevin’s Church, Tinahely Monday 25th – Friday 29th April next. All of us lead busy lives, and a parish Mission is an opportunity for us to slow down, to set aside one week to renew our faith and reconnect our lives with God.
This mission is for everybody and people of every age from near and far.
This Mission will be conducted by St. Patrick’s Community, a group of laypeople based in Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim, who have given over 200 Missions in Ireland and across the UK during the past 15 years, with a great response to their work.
The Mission team will bring the faith alive by sharing their own personal stories of how their struggles in life brought them closer to God. Their message appeals to all ages.
The Mission will have Mass and talks at 9.30 a.m. Monday to Thursday, and the evening mission will be at 7.30 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and will conclude on Friday evening with Mass and music at 7.30 p.m.
Each evening has a different reflection theme with talks, prayers and music.
Members of Parishes in the surrounding areas are welcome to join us during these special days. All are most welcome!
Carnew Emmets Presentation Night.
Carnew Emmets U14 and U16 got together on Friday night the 8th of April in Kenny’s Lounge to celebrate their achievements in the 2015 season. U16s were presented with their A Championship Final medals while U14s were presented with the medals they won in the B Final against St. Pat’s.
A large attendance was present to hear M.C. for the night Brian Doran welcome Casey O’Brien who was on hand to present the medals. Casey had a few words of congratulations and some good advice for the young lads to keep training and at every opportunity to pick up the hurl and practice and, no doubt, they would be the seniors of the future.
Brendan Lawrence of the Wicklow People was present to take photos and music on the night was provided by local entertainer Jimmy Reid. Brian Doran thanked mentors and trainers who had put in a great effort towards the lads’ success. Mick Kenny and staff were thanked for the use of the premises and for the refreshments which were provided to the players. An enjoyable night of music, hot food and crack was had by all who attended.
This year’s season has kicked off on a positive note for all age groups and we hope to have even more to celebrate after the 2016 season.
Happy 21st birthday to Quavie Doyle, Kilcavan. Happy 30th birthday to Joyce O’Sullivan, Umrigar.
SPLIT THE POT
The winner of Split the Pot for Carnew National School was Patrick Culkin, Croneyhorn winning €302, tickets are only €2 fron the school or local shops, thanks to everyone for their support todate.
Carnew First Responders are selling hearts on the 5th and 6th May at €3 each with proceeds going to The Heart Foundation.
There was no winner of the GAA lotto , numbers were 2,8,15,17, lucky dips were Maurice Sheil, Clonegal. Florrie Bower, Main Street. Jessica Wafer, Kilcavan and Gilla Kuwdne, c/o Damien Osborne, the nest draw is 25th April in The Lodge and the jackpot is €4,800, tickets only €2 from any player or local shop.
Congratulations to Olive Roche, Coolboy and Joe Bermingham, Rathoe who were married recently.
The next bingo in St Brigid’s Hall, Carnew is Sunday 1st May at 2.30pm.
The Carnew Heritage clubs annual road run is on Sunday 15th May at 12 noon.
The annual pilgrimage to Knock from Carnew Community Care will take place on 14th – 15th May cost €130.00 which includes bus transport, overnight accommodation and full meals on Saturday. This is the last year Sister Mary’s knock will offer accommodation and it is unlikely that future pilgrimages to knock will take place from Carnew Community Care. Reservation with expenses please by Monday 25th April to 0872995267, 0539426371, 26510.
Sincere sympathy is extended to Jack Raleigh, Ballingate his family and realtives on the death of his mother Ann in Bunclody last week.
To the family and realtives of Mary O’Keeffee nee Whelan, Tomacork who died on Saturday, her remains were removed to Carnew on Monday for 2pm mass and burial took place in Coolfancy cemetery.
Congratulations to all the children from Carnew and Coolfancy who made their confirmation on Sunday.