ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: Card results are as follows; 1st prize: John Dawson and Moss Creed. 2nd prize divide: Moss Moriarty and Moss Hanley, Ger Leahy and Tom O’Callaghan. Table prizes: Patricia Hanley and Eddie Morriarty, Donal Hennessy and Ann Coughlan and Billy Casey and Mikie Cleary. Raffle: 1st prize: Tom O’Callaghan. 2nd prize: Mickey Cleary. 3rd prize: Damien Peters. 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: Mary Leonard, Esther Roche, Betty Relihan, Nigel Lawton, Bridie Burke, Ellen Walsh, Helen Martin, Shania Rice. Divide x 4 – Breda Fox, Mary Leonard, Ellen Walsh and Betty Relihan. €30: Mary Lonergan. €40: Betty Slattery, S. Nolan, Christy Roche, Joan Meaney, Bobby Gardiner, Mary Macken, J & L Murphy, divide; Margaret Mullins and Nancy Condon. €50: Bernie Molan. €100: Mary Leonard. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Kay O’Sullivan. 2nd prize: €20: Breda Fox and 3rd prize: €10: Joan Power. Free books – small Joan Crotty and large – Betty Moloney. Bingo every Sunday night at 8.30pm.
SOCIAL DANCING: On this Friday November 22 the re will be an evening of social dancing at Kilbehenny Community Centre. Music will be provided by the very popular “Checkers Band”. The dancing will commence at 9.30pm. All support would be greatly appreciated as all of the proceeds are going towards the Community Centre building fund. Light refreshments will be served on the night.
RE-ENACTMENT: As part of the re-enactment of the closing of Anglesboro Creamery in August 1981, the Community Council in conjunction with Anglesboro Drama group are inviting all people who are on the original recording of the closing of the creamery in 1981, to attend an evening on this Friday 22nd November at 7.30pn to view the original recording. People are welcome to share their memories of the creamery. The new DVD will be available before Christmas, which should prove to be an ideal Christmas gift, whether at home or abroad. This is an open night for everyone and refreshments will be served.
GAA: Kilbehenny National School recently enjoyed the visit of the Munster Senior Hurling and the minor Hurling Championship cups. They were proudly brought to the school by Ollie Coffey, County Coaching Officer, who was overseeing the appointment of Johnny O’Mahony as the new schools coach to replace Kieran O’Callaghan, who served both schools very well over the past few years. Mossy English has taken over as the Schools Coach in Anglesboro, he is also replacing Kieran. Best of luck to both schools with their two new coaches. The evidence shows that the coaching must be working well, as there are two girls from each school on the South Limerick Primary Schools girl’s team. They are through to the final of the competition. They recently defeated the east division in the semi final. Best of luck to Roisin Breedy and Chloe Cleary from Kilbehenny and Amy O’Connor and Molly Ryan from Anglesboro.
FUN RUN: Anglesboro National School parent’s council held a very successful sponsored fun run on Sunday morning last. Over ninety participants too place in the run/walk. First home in the men’s section of the run were Richard O’Meara and George Wiley came second and local man Conor Moriarty came in third. The first three ladies home were Charlene Wiley, Mary Hogan and Catherine O’Sullivan. The first three home in the primary school children’s section were Keelan Hogan, Leah Quane and Conor McGrath. All runners and walkers enjoyed tea and some lovely treats in the Hall afterwards, where the prizes were presented to the winners. The Parents Council would like to thank all of the sponsors for their support.
KILBEHENNY CYCLING CLUB: The AGM will take place on Friday November 29 in the Community Centre in Kilbehenny. Nominations are now being taken for Chairperson, Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasureer, P.R.P, Child Protection Officer and Events/Club Development Officer. The deadline for these nominations is 25th November. Also please keep in mind the Christmas Party night is scheduled for 7th December in Dan Casey’s Bar in Kilbehenny. Further details in next weeks edition. For further details please contact Tom on (087) 2683587.
A.G.M: The Annual General Meeting of the Galtee Gaels G.A.A Club will be held in the dressing rooms on Friday 13th December at 8pm. Galtee Gaels ladies football club will host their AGM on 27th November at 8.30pn in the dressing rooms. All are welcome to both meetings.
RIP: Sincere sympathy is extended to the Carey and Keane families of Kilglass on the recent death of Jimmy’s sister Nora Roche. Nora was formerly Nora Carey of King Street, Mitchelstown. Burial took place recently in Mitchelstown. Sympathies also to the Condon families of Gerah, Anglesboro on the passing of their sister Catherine Bell of Fairhill, Cork last week. Removal took place to Farranree Church and burial took place in Kilcully cemetery, Cork. Ar deis Lamh De go raibh a h-anamacha go leir.
REMEMBERING OUR LOVED ONES: On this Sunday a prayer service for the dead will take place in St. Patrick’s Church Anglesboro at 2pm.
KILBEHENNY CELEBRATES 40 YEARS: To mark Ireland’s 40th year in the EU and this being the European Year of Citizens, Ballyhoura Rural services will be holding a special day of celebrations in Kilbehenny Community Centre. The function carries the slogan “Treasuring the old, embracing the new; Ireland in the EU” will take place on this Friday 22nd November from 10.30am – 4.30pm. Guest speakers on the day will be Aidan Gleeson, Chairman of Limerick County IFA and Phil Prendergast MEP. There will be a number of fun workshops and exhibits for all in attendance to enjoy. The day is designed to highlight what services are available for older adults. It will be of benefit to all as they span across different interests and areas that would give older people a chance to try something new and active retirement groups present on the day can also benefit. The cost for the day is €15 for the day and €20 if transport is needed. Lunch is included. Should you have any queries, please contact Kay on (061) 383677. Kilbehenny community activist Moss Fitzgerald extends a huge Cead mile failte to all who anticipate attending. Kilbehenny Community Council is delighted to host this event in their new Community Centre which is designed to cater for events such as this. Moss thanked everyone for their work and commitment to the new building project so far and all that’s left to be done are the few finishing touches, which will be completed in the New Year. Well done to all involved and best of luck to the 40th celebration on Friday. Moss has a great day lined up for all of dancing, tai chi, therapeutic hand massage and dancing with parkinsons, so come along and enjoy it all!
SAFE PASS: There is also a Safe Pass course in Kilbehenny Community Centre on Friday 29th November. Please ring Moss on (087) 8214991 to make an enquiry or book your place. Early booking is advisable.