Tarbert Sept 21

YOUTH CLUB: Following a successful AGM on Friday September 13 we are pleased to announce that Tarbert Youth Club will go ahead this year. Many thanks to the parents who have joined the committee to make this possible. Registration for the Youth Club will take place on Monday September 23 at 8.30pm in the Community Centre. Cost of registration is €10 per child. Due to issues with parental supervision last year it has been decided to take a deposit of €20 from a parent, refundable when their night’s supervision is completed. We hope this is acceptable to parents as it would not be possible to run the club for insurance purposes without adequate adult supervision.

YOUTH CLUB: Following a successful AGM on Friday September 13 we are pleased to announce that Tarbert Youth Club will go ahead this year. Many thanks to the parents who have joined the committee to make this possible. Registration for the Youth Club will take place on Monday September 23 at 8.30pm in the Community Centre. Cost of registration is €10 per child. Due to issues with parental supervision last year it has been decided to take a deposit of €20 from a parent, refundable when their night’s supervision is completed. We hope this is acceptable to parents as it would not be possible to run the club for insurance purposes without adequate adult supervision.

CONGRATULATIONS: Well done to Tarbert Tidy Towns Committee on getting a very respectable points increase in the Tidy Towns contest. The Committee members and their helpers put an amount of work into showcasing our parish in an ever improving splendor and it is encouraging to see their efforts being rewarded.

RACING WEEK: Wishing all race goers a good week at Listowel Races and hope you pick a winner or two, but don’t forget the shopping.

DOG NIGHT: Tarbert Community Centre Committee wish to thank everyone who supported them in their fund raising night at the dogs. It was a great success and after expenses there was a profit of 11,195 euro, reducing the debt to 8,805 euro which is a manageable amount.

CHURCH MATTERS: Preparations for the forthcoming mission are under way and a meeting of volunteers will be held next week to ensure no stone is left unturned in the effort to make the mission a tremendous success. Are You Willing to Help? Mission Week October 19 to 25.

STATIONS: People who intend to host a Station this autumn you are asked to contact Fr. Danny as it is hoped to have the Stations finished by the end of November. A meeting of the station district people will be held in the Presbytery on Tuesday September 24 at 8pm. Your presence will be much appreciated.

ICA: Tarbert ICA meetings will resume on Monday, September 23 at 8pm. Prior to the meeting the members will meet at the Bridewell at 7pm for a cup of tea, a chat and a an Autumn stroll to the Shannon Bar. Hi Visibility jackets provided.

GAA LOTTO: There was no winner of last week’s lotto draw. The numbers drawn were; 1, 21, 22 and 25. Bar Prize winner Joe Mulvihill, Lucky Dip winners were: Denis Sheehan, Tom Buckley, Mary Langan, Patricia Stack and Jackie Henchy. Next week’s draw will take place in Carmody’s Bar with a jackpot of €3,800. Thanks to all those who continue to support the Lotto.

GAA NEWS: U-16: Shannon Rangers were defeated by a stronger East Kerry side in the County Championship semi-final last Wednesday night in Blennerville on a scoreline of 4-8 to 2-10.

U-13 defeated Ballyduff on a scoreline of 4-9 to 1-9 and play St. Senan’s this Monday in the quarter final of the Tommy Madden cup.

MATCH FIXTURE: Minors take on Listowel in the quarter final of North Kerry championship in Ballylongford next Sunday at 12 noon.