Church Notes: Reader for the Month of October at Meanus Mass is Claire Murnane.
The Eucharistic Minister is Bridie Mulqueen.
The collectors are Margaret and Dick O Rourke.
The Month’s Mind Mass for Michael J Noonan will be held in Meanus Church on Saturday, 26th October at 7.30 p.m.
First Communicants: On Sunday, 20th October at 11 a.m. Mass in Bruff Church the Enrolment Ceremony for the 2014 First Communion children and their Parents for the “Do this in memory of me” programme will take place.
Death: Sympathy is expressed to Mary Farrell, Caherguillamore, her husband Jimmie and daughter Jennifer on the death of Mary’s mother Christine O Connell, Fairgreen, Limerick who died recently.
Board Na nOg: As the season winds down for another year one very important event remains outstanding.
The Andy Fitzgerald memorial tournament will take place this Sunday Oct 20th at 4pm in the Bruff GAA field.
This year the tournament will be played at u10 level in a blitz format with 3 other clubs coming along to take part.
Bruff Bord Na nOg are honored to host this tournament in memory of Andy and hope you can come along to support the lads in what should prove to be a very entertaining hour or so of hurling.
Keep Fit: has resumed in Meanus Community Centre each Monday night commencing at 8p.m. All welcome to come along and join in the fun as well as shedding those few extra ounces.
The Parent Toddler Group has also resumed and is held in the Community Centre, Meanus each Tuesday morning from 9.30 am until 11 am. All very welcome to attend.
Set Dancing has resumed in Meanus Community Centre each Wednesday night, commencing at 8.30 pm sharp. All welcome to attend.
Winners at last Sunday night’s cards in Meanus were: First Prize: Paddy Quinlan and Eileen Maunsell and Pat Condon and Mike Greene.
Table Prizes: Mary Casey and Kate Culhane and Joe Finn and Kathleen Keyes and Tom Begley and Sean O’Connor
Raffle: €50 Ned Quirke, €25 Paddy Quinlan and €10 Peg Staff, Nora Mai Dunworth, Pat Condon ,Joe Carey, Eily Browne, Nora Mai Dunworth, Maureen Haigney
Old Irish Ways Museum: Large crowds turned out all day to the Open Day at Denis O Connor’s Old Irish Ways Museum in Caherguillamore which was held on last Sunday. Denis has an amazing amount of memorabilia dating from the 19th and 20th century which he has collected and put together over the years. Well worth a visit, Denis’ collection includes a fully stocked bar, school classroom and kitchen as well as an amount of other very interesting items certainly bring one back in time. See www.oldirishways.com for further details.