Carnew notes week February 20th

SYMPATHY 

Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Kathy Doyle, nee Byrne  Community Village/Mucklagh who died recently.

To the family and relatives of Liam Butler, Castlewhite who died recently and was buried in Askamore cemetery.

To the family and relatives of Colm Donnelly, Tinnock who died recently and who’s funeral mass took place on Saturday followed by cremation.

To the family and relatives of Teresa Kelly, nee Geraghty, Community Village/ Dublin who died recently and was buried on Saturday in Monaseed cemetery.

GAA LOTTO 

Carnew GAA lotto was not won numbers were 1,9,18,19, lucky dips were Aoife Molloy and Joan Doran, the next draw is 27th February and the jackpot is €12,700. Tickets only €2 from local shops or members, thanks to everyone for their support to date.

ROAD RUN/WALK 

Kilrush Askamore GAA Club

Annual Road 5km Run or Walk

Sunday March 5th 2023

Askamore Community Centre

Register @ 1pm

Start time @ 2pm

Adults e10

Children e5

Family e20

Prizes & Refreshments on the day.

Monthly Garda Station In Askamore Hall

on Wednesday Feb 22nd 2023

11am – 12 noon

All welcome

Ballyellis National School

Enrolment Notice for September 2023

We are currently accepting enrolment applications for Junior Infants starting in September 2023.  Please contact the school at 053 9426159 or email the school at ballyellisns@gmail.com to receive an enrolment form.

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The meeting room in the club house is available for meetings, etc if you would like to book please contact Niamh on 0877702498

Kilrush Drama Group – The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh

Kilrush Drama Group  are busy preparing for  the All Ireland Open Circuit with one of the modern classics of Irish theatre. The Beauty Queen of Leenane by world renowned playright, Martin McDonagh. It is set in the mountains of Connemara and tells the story of Maureen Folan, a plain and lonely woman in her early 40s, and Mag, her manipulative, aging mother. Mag’s interference in Maureen’s first and potentially last romantic relationship, sets in motion a chain of events that are as tragically funny as they are horrific.

Mick Byrne will direct this powerful drama and the role of Maureen Folan will be played by Joanne Logue. Playing the formidable role of Mag Folan, Maureen’s mother, is Hilary Madigan. New comers to the group are Niall McGrath from Carnew and John Joe Murphy from Kilrush who play the roles of Pato and Ray respectively.

South Wicklow Drama Festival

The dates for the 2023 South Wicklow Drama Festival are March 18th to March 26th. Once again the Festival has a varied and interesting line-up for Drama Lovers. 

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