ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: Card results are as follows; 1st prize: Donie Hannon and Tom Lyons. 2nd prize divide: Dan O’Connor and Bernard Condon and Moss Creed and John Dawson. Table prizes: Carmel Quirke and Francie Fitzgerald, Sean Hanley and Majella O’Sullivan and Joan O’Brien and Mary Hyland. Raffle: 1st prize: Charlie O’Sullivan. 2nd prize: Ann Coughlan. 3rd prize: Carmel Quirke. Cards - every Tuesday night in Anglesboro at 8.30pm. Cards proceeds go towards the maintenance of the Hall and your support would be greatly appreciated.
KILBEHENNY WEEKLY BINGO: €20: Margaret O’Donoghue, Kay O’Gorman, Peggy O’Brien, Betty Keegan, Margaret Hannigan, Betty Stritch, Betty Slatterym Martina Finn, divide; Una McGrath and Mary O’Dwyer. €30: Betty McCabe. €40: Mary McGrath, Christy Condon, Bridie Murphy, Marian Richards, Eileen Martin, Tess Quirke, Nancy Condon, divide; Margaret Hannigan and Mary O’Dwher. €50: V O’Donnell. €100: Mary Roche. Sheets €30: Catherine O’Gorman. €100: Michael White. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Martina Finn. 2nd prize: €20: Mary Lonergan and 3rd prize: €10: Mary Martin. Free books – small; Joan Meaney and large; Bridie Macken. Bingo every Sunday night in Kilbehenny Community Centre at 8.30pm. The next monthly sheet will be on Sunday February 2.
SOCIAL DANCING: On this Friday January 24 Kilbehenny Community Centre hold a social dance with music provided by the hugely popular Dave Rea. Dancing commences at 9.30pm. Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome with all proceeds going towards the building fund.
ROUND THE FIRESIDE:Congratulations to Kilbehenny Community Centre, who recently recorded two programmes in the “Round the fireside” series on C103FM. This show is hosted by Jimmy Reidy. They were recorded before Christmas and were broadcast on the last two Monday nights which gave a great insight to the happenings in the area.
VOICE OF IRELAND: For the second year running the local area has interest in “The Voice of Ireland”. With Keith Hanley, whose mother Alice Gallahue hails from Anglesboro being the overall winner. Last Sunday evening, it was the turn of Kellie Lewis of Knocknascrow, Kilbehenny, when she got through the first round with a song by Kate Bush entitled “Running up that Hill”. Judges Cian Egan and Dolores O’Riordan from Limerick, and last years winning Judge Jamelia turned around for Kellie. Kellie is currently studying music at U.C.C. She has her own and called Kellie Lewis and the Timekeepers. She also writes her own music and songs. She comes from a very musical family. Her grandfather Johnny Mullins played at crossroads dances years ago and both of her parents, Billy and Mary Lewis are wonderful singers so as they say “the music is in her!” Congratulations Kellie and best of luck in the follow up rounds which commence in March.
OPEN NIGHT: On this Thursday night 23rd January, Mitchelstown CBS secondary school will hold an open night from 6.30pm to 8.30pm with the Principals address commencing at 7pm. This is a very important evening for students to help them and their parents to make their secondary school choice.
CLOTHES COLLECTION: Galtee Gaels Club na n-Og are holding their first fundraiser of the new season on Saturday 1st February between 11am and 12 noon. Used clothes can be handed in to the dressing rooms or in to Anglesboro Community Centre. Footwear, or leather goods can also be handed in. Your support for this fundraiser would be greatly appreceiate.d
WINNING STREAK: Congratulations to Paddy O’Sullivan formerly of Kilbehenny and now living in Tralee Co. Kerry who appeared on Winning Streak last week end. Paddy is working for Kerry County Council. He appeared on the TV game show as a member of a work syndicate. He won €30,000 cash and a car worth €22,000 for the group. Paddy is a former Galtee Gaels player and was a member of the u-21 County Champions of 1988. They were honoured recently to mark the 25th anniversary of the win. Paddy sent special regards to his Mam Mrs. O’Sullivan who is in her early 80’s and still going strong in Kilbehenny. Well done to all!