Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Bridie Kelly (Nee Hilliard), Mill Lane Carnew and was buried on Monday in Tomacork Cemetery.
To the family and relatives of Anthony Wilson, Strathnakelly, Tinahely who died last week.
Carnew GAA lotto is now on line the first draw for the new year was the 4th January at 9pm, the jackpot was not won, lucky dips were Eddie Brennan and Elma Hughes, the next draw is 18th January at 9pm and the jackpot is €7,200.
If you would like to join contact any of the committee for details.
Carnew Emmets Juvenile Clubs would like to thank all our players, parents, supporters and especially the local businesses who have supported us throughout 2020.
Unfortunately, GAA activity is curtailed at the moment because of current level 5 restrictions but we are looking forward to resuming training in the very near future and we are always open to new members. Further details will follow in due course.
KNITTING AND CROCHET
As we are in lockdown again blankets, cardigans, hats, mitts and bootees are needed for the premature babies for The Coombe, Crumlin and Wexford hospitals. Thanks to everyone who has donated to date it is very much appreciated
Masses are back on line so check your Facebook pages for times, or church media for those on their website.
Please everyone stay safe and well, the best way of doing that at the moment is staying at home, if you need to go out for shopping please make sure and wear your mask, social distance and sanitize your hands.
I know most of us have been doing that since March and looks like we have to do it for a lot longer. Mind yourself and remember there is lots of things we can do to keep us occupied, ie reading, word searches, jigsaws, knitting or crochet, sewing, go for walks within our 5km, baking, remember also to check on elderly neighbors or just give them a ring occasionally and chat with them.
Stay safe and please god we will get through this.