Catherine Whyte Pratt
GAA Lotto: Draw held on November 25: There was no winner of the Jackpot this week. Numbers drawn: 7, 11, 25 and 27. Lucky dip winners: Maria Hourigan, Willie Dooley, Jimmy Condon and Joan Doherty. Jackpot now €5,200. Tickets can be purchased from promoters, Scanlons shop or online at www.ballybrickenbohermoregaa.ie
Annual Cake Sale: Caherelly NS Parents Council will hold their Annual Cake Sale on Sunday December 8 after 11am Mass in the School Hall. All support would be greatly appreciated.
Congratulations: Congratulations to Nicole Burke who appeared on the Late Late Toy Show on Friday last with a group from Spotlight Stage School, Limerick.
Christmas Market: There is a Christmas Market in association with the Mid West Cancer Foundation taking place at Ballyneety Co-op and Creative Gardens on Sunday December 8 from 1pm – 6pm. All support would be greatly appreciated, great afternoon out for all the family.
Exposition: Please note the change of time for the exposition each Tuesday to 2pm – 9pm each week in Ballybricken Church. Exposition at usual time in Bohermore on Thursdays from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.
Draft Register of Electors: Names have to be in by November 25 for inclusion on the register of electors, if you want to ensure you name is included, you can check the draft register in the local library, Garda Station or online at www.checktheregister.ie
Monster Poker Classic: Ballybricken and Bohermore GAA Club are hosting a Monster Poker Classic on Friday 6 December in Kirby’s at 9pm sharp. Tickets are €100 and no buy back. For more information contact Martin Scanlon on 086 0859022 or Bernard Grene on 086 3650638. All support welcome and very much appreciated.
GAA Club Memorabilia: Club memorabilia is currently been collected for display at the Clubhouse. If you have anything you would like to contribute please contact Bernard Grene on 086 3650638.
Theatre: County Limerick Youth Theatre performs ‘Punk Guerrillas’ to the Honeyfitz Theatre, Co. Limerick from December 6 – 8. The punk music scene of the 1970s and how it inspired an entire generation of young people to “stand up and be counted” is the subject ‘Punk Guerrillas’. The cast of “Punk Guerrillas” have commenced rehearsals for the original play which is also loosely based around the experiences of the controversial Russian punk rock group, Pussy Riot.
The County Limerick Youth Theatre is an initiative of the Limerick County Arts Office and is funded by The Arts Council.
The Dynalyts – Junior Theatre members will perform The Pied Piper of Hamlet on the same nights with performances starting at 8pm. Bookings on 061 385186 / 087 285 2022 or tickets can be obtained on the door on the night. All performances start at 8pm. Please note – adult scenes and themes in Punk Guerrillas.