ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize divide: Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan and Joan Oâ€™Brien and Mary Hyland. Table prizes: Willie Oâ€™Mahony and Tom Davern, Tom Hogan and Eddie P. Morriarty and Damien and Martin Peters. Raffle: 1st prize: Willie Oâ€™Mahony. 2nd prize: Billy Casey. 3rd prize: Moss Creed. Cards - every Tuesday night at 8.45pm.
KILBEHENNY MONTHLY 45 DRIVE GAME: On this Saturday night Kilbehenny Community Centre will host a â‚¬10 card game in the Community Centre commencing at 8.30pm.
KILBEHENNY WEEKLY BINGO: â‚¬20: Bridie Murphy, Mary Curran, Una McGrath, S. Walsh, Betty Moloney, Rose Nixon, Bridie Murphy, Rose Nixon, divide; Kay Russell and F. Murphy. â‚¬30: Joan Meany. â‚¬40: Betty Moloney, Nigel Lawton, Kitty Fox, Martina Finn, Nigel Lawton, Mary Macken, Mrs. Oâ€™Shea, divide; Nigel Lawton, Bridie Macken and Betty Slattery, Martina Finn, and Bridie Macken. â‚¬50: Betty Moloney. â‚¬100: B. and D. Rice. Sheets â‚¬30: Ger Murphy. â‚¬100: Pat Lawton. Raffle: 1st prize â‚¬30: Una McGrath. 2nd prize â‚¬20: Joan Price and 3rd prize â‚¬10: Eileen Martin. Free Books - small; Pat Oâ€™Brien and large; Joan Meaney. Bingo every Sunday night at 8.30pm.
ANGLESBORO MONTHLY BINGO: â‚¬20: Sharon Oâ€™Keeffe, Amy Childes, divide; Tommy Gallagher and Ann Piggott, Nora Gallagher, Mary Coleman, divide; Joan Gallahue, Catherine Crotty and Tom Lyons. Mary Lane, Patrick English and Catherine Cunningham. â‚¬40: Philly Kiely, Catherine Crotty, Eddie P. Moriarty, Philly Kiely, divide; Tom Lyons and Tess Quirke, Sharon Oâ€™Keeffe, Eddie P. Morriarty, divide; Peg McCarthy, Alice Hennessy, Leanne Quirke. Divide; Mary Coleman and Joanne McGrath. â‚¬50: Billy Oâ€™Callaghan. Sheets â‚¬30: divide; Mary Coleman and Eddie P. Morriarty. â‚¬100: Ann Piggott. Raffle: 1st prize â‚¬30: Eddie Naughton. 2nd prize: â‚¬20: Amy Childes and 3rd prize: â‚¬10: Billy Oâ€™Callaghan. All proceeds from this bingo event went to Anglesboro Tidy Towns. The next monthly bingo game will take place in Anglesboro Hall on Friday 3rd May.
SCRAP COLLECTION: Kilbehenny Community Centre would like to thank all who donated items for their collection on Saturday last. All proceeds will go to the building fund. They also wish to announce that they successfully completed their potato planting last Saturday. Hopes are high that we will have a much better summer this year. They are looking forward to harvesting the potatoes in time for their annual Potato Festival which will beheld this year in mid August. It will also form part of the Gathering event.
WALKERS: On this Thursday night Kilbehenny Walkers will meet up for their first walk of the new season at Galtee Castle car park. Meeting time is 6.40pm for registration and the walk will commence at 7pm. The annual registration fee is â‚¬20. All are welcome. Meanwhile Anglesboro Walking group will have their second walk of the new season on Monday 15th April. They will meet up in Kings Yard car park Kilbehenny at 7pm. They will walk the Attychran Loop. It will take approx 1.5hours and will be led by Ann Oâ€™Brien and Eileen Fitzgerald. You can keep up to date with the walking schedule by visiting http://anglesboro.com or www.facebook.com/borowalkers
WASTE MANAGEMENT: On next Monday night at 8p.m, Limerick County Council in association with Flynn Furey Environmental will be hosting a FREE waste Prevention event in Anglesboro Community Hall. Attendees can learn more about waste prevention ideas for the home and the wider community areas. The main focus will be placed on the three Râ€™s, Reduce, Re-use and Re-cycle. To learn how to get the most out of your household recycling, and get a brief introduction to home composting please feel free to attend. Expert advisors from Limerick County Council will be in attendance to answer your queries. Further information can be sought by contacting the Environmental Section at (061) 496192. Anglesboro Tidy Towns Group was chosen to host this event due to their wonderful impact since entering Tidy Towns for the first time two years ago. Light refreshments will be served.
DRIVE TO SURVIVE: The curtain came down on Anglesboro Community Councils Contribution to Drive to Survive on Thursday night last, when the local drama group staged â€œA wake in the westâ€ for one last show. All of the proceeds went towards Drive to Survive. As the curtain was opened for the finale the most surprised member of the full house attendance was Drama group President Tom Roche. He was 80 years young on that very day. He had decided to celebrate his birthday in a quiet way. However, the Drama Group had other ideas! Tom was the recipient of a candle lit cake and a lovely framed picture. This was kept secret from Tom. All present were loud in their praise for him, as he has made a huge contribution to all Community Groups in Anglesboro and his gentle, respectful presence has greatly enhanced many an occasion since he came to live there in 1981. The celebrations later continued in the Galtee View Bar, where Tom was honoured with many tributes for this great contribution to Community Life in Anglesboro. Happy Birthday Tom, every health, happiness and good wish from all your friends in the Boro.
VOICE OF IRELAND: As usual Keith Hanley did us all proud when he performed on the Voice of Ireland last Saturday evening. He lifted the roof of the building with his performance of â€œI just wanna praise youâ€. His grandmother Noreen, mother Alice, Sister Eileen and Uncle Thomas Gallahue were all present to cheer him on, as were a huge number of other supporters, not to mention the huge following he has in Charleville, Ballylanders, Anglesboro and all around the country. Keith won in his category after an absolutely brilliant display of talent. He was the only contestant who danced with background choreography and he showed that he could dance!! He received eight points with huge praise from Judge Cian Egan. Cian advised him to diversify from the usual jaunra he has taken up to now and â€œstrip it backâ€ to a slower tempo song. Sharon Corr said â€œI just wanna praise youâ€ and congratulated him on his great routine with eight points. Super star Brezzie gave Keith huge praise saying that he would travel to hear him playing, he had it all, the great voice and the ability to perform. He said that Keith was streets ahead of the other performers in his presentation on Saturday night. Congratulations Keith, weâ€™re all behind you. Weâ€™re looking forward to hearing you sing again and know that you will go all the way. Well deserved!!
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