Carnew notes week January 31st

SYMPATHY
Sincere sympathy is extended to Paul Little, Donishal on the death of his father recently.


BEE KEEPING COURSE
A free bee keeping course for beginners will start in February for 6 weeks, one evening a week, learn how to start up growing your hives and harvest honey, places are limited and will take place in Askamore Community Centre.

If interested book your place as places are limited.


FINCHES FITNESS
Finches fitness takes place in Askamore Community Centre on Wednesday mornings Pilates at 9am, fitness 10am, fit for anything 11.15am, Wednesday evening fitness at 7.30pm.

Colm ONeill fitness gym opening hours Monday-Friday 6.30am-10pm, Saturday 10am -4pm. Teen fitness every Tuesday &Thursday at 4pm & 4.45pm ages 12-15.


POSTAGE STAMPS
Old postage stamps are collected for St Patrick’s mission’s Kiltegan, leave a piece of paper around the stamp and can be left into the front porche of Askamore church.


SPLIT THE POT
Congratulations to this week’s winners of our Split the Pot draw for Scoil Aodan Naofa Carnew Jackpot of €252 goes to Ethan Brennan. Sellers prize goes Ruth Kelly who won a €10 voucher for Victors and Rebecca Byrne lucky dip.

Many thank for your continued support. Our next split the pot draw takes place next Friday 4th February.

Split the pot winner

Congratulations to Adam O’Neill, Mill Lane, Carnew who was the winner of €360 in this week’s Split the Pot.  

James Gregan, Croneyhorn, Carnew  was the winner of seller’s prize. 

Each student receives their envelopes on Monday and these must be returned by Thursday.   Enter as many times as you like and offer friends and family the chance to win.  Extra envelopes are available at reception or from any member of the parents’ council.  

Thank you for your continued support

Kilrush Drama Group 

Class – Kilrush Drama Group will present the amateur premiere of Class by Iseult Golden and David Horan as their 2022 festival production. The play will be performed in St. Brigid’s Hall, Carnew on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th February, and also on Thursday 3rd and

Friday 4th March at 8pm.  Director, Pat Whelan and actors, Michael Dunbar, Catherine Stafford and James Whelan have been busy working on Class for a number of months now and following their Carnew performances will go on to take part in the Open Section of Festivals around the Country.

Little Gem  In addition, for the first time ever Kilrush Drama Group will have two plays taking part on the Festival Circuit, with Mick Byrne directing Little Gem, a comedy by Elaine Murphy and starring Mary Earle, Margaret Nolan and Caitlin Clauson. This will be staged in St. Brigid’s Hall, Carnew on Sunday the 27th of February (for one night only), and will then be travelling the country on the Festival Circuit, partaking in the Confined section of the All Ireland Drama.


ENROLMENTS
Scoil Aodán Naofa Carnew is  now accepting enrolments for the junior infant class 2022/23. See details on school website www.carnewns.ie or ring the school office @ 0539426315.
RECYCLING The recycling centre is open every Saturday morning at Colaiste Bhride Carnew from 10am -11.30am where you can recycle cardboard, newspapers, bottles, milk cans, tins, small electrical items. Thanks to all who available of this service.

SOCIAL DANCING


Social Dancing in Askamore Hall on Friday 4th February 2022.
Doors open 9pm Music starts 9.30pm.
Music by John Flood
Admission e10
Refreshments served.
Hope to see you all there

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