Clarina Aug 17

MPCC CREDIT UNION: With effect from Friday, August 16, MPCC Credit Union will be re-locating its Ballybrown sub-office from the national school to Ballybrown Community Centre. It will open as normal from 7.00 – 8.00pm. Full details of opening hours in all our offices can be found on www.mpcccreditunion.ie

MPCC CREDIT UNION: With effect from Friday, August 16, MPCC Credit Union will be re-locating its Ballybrown sub-office from the national school to Ballybrown Community Centre. It will open as normal from 7.00 – 8.00pm. Full details of opening hours in all our offices can be found on www.mpcccreditunion.ie

KILKEEDY GRAVEYARD: The Annual Mass for our deceased relatives and friends will be celebrated in Kilkeedy Graveyard, Ballybrown on Friday, August 23 at 7.30pm. A collection for the upkeep of Kilkeedy Graveyard will be taken up at this mass. Please note that due to on-going renovating work on the Massey Vault, by Limerick County Council, there is no access through the main entrance gate and parking will be available on the road only. Patrons are advised to come early and park in the Ballybrown Church car park and walk back to Kilkeedy where possible. Your cooperation with the stewards would be appreciated and will ensure that access and parking will run smoothly. Thank You.

BALLYBROWN CLARINA COMMUNITY GAMES: Wishing the best of luck to all our athletes heading for Athlone next weekend. Our Skittles and Rounders teams will represent Munster in their respective competitions. Emer Conroy, Peter Kiely, Bobby Smith, Karl Buckley, Eoin Corby, Kila Curran and Caoimhe Browne will all compete in individual events. We would like to thank all the Community who have supported the team throughout the season and acknowledge the sponsorship contributions of the MPCC and Flextronics.

CLIONA’S FOUNDATION CYCLE: Now in its sixth year will take place on Saturday, August 31 leaving from the Honeyfitz Theatre, Lough Gur. With three routes this year including an 8km for family and funsters (fee €25.00), the organisers have appealed to experienced cyclists with a challenging 90km route (fee €30.00) and a less arduous 40km route (€30.00) for leisure cyclists. Following the cycle there’s a BBQ, face painting, music and bouncy castle to keep the entire family entertained. Registration online at www.eventmaster.ie. Sponsorship cards available from Cliona’s Foundation 087 - 188 7700. Pencil the date into your diary !