Couch to 5k
Why not avail of the opportunity to join the Couch to 5k jogging group for beginners which has just started up in Kill? The training is on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7.30 - 8pm each evening in the car park of St. Brigid’s Parish Church, Kill, in aid of the CRY unit at Tallaght Hospital.
Well done Peter
Congratulations to Ardclough’s Peter Graham on guiding Crumlin College to winning the Dublin VEC championship for the first time by beating Colaiste Ída by 1-11 to 1-09.
Naas Area Fianna Fáil will hold an area meeting in Kilteel provisionally on June 12 (date to be confirmed) at 9pm in the Kilteel Inn. The meeting is open to old and new members alike and will host a discussion on local and national issues. All are welcome.
Bingo takes place in Kill GAA hall every Thursday from 8.30pm – 10pm, All welcome.
There was no winner of the jackpot in the Kill GAA lotto draw of May 28. The numbers drawn were 03, 11, 12 and 22. There were two divides of the E200 prize and the lucky winners were B. Kelly c/o Leo and B. Byrne c/o Nichola. Next week’s jackpot is E9,450.
Membership is now due for 2012. Family membership is E120. Adult membership is E60, student and juveniles cost E50 and social membership is E25.
The junior footballers defeated Naas on a score line of 2-08 to 2-07 to increase their unbeaten run to seven games last Monday. This was a battling performance from the lads who had trailed by 3 points mid way through the second half. Two second half goals from Nathan Fitzharris and Ciaran Behan aided the team’s recovery. On a night when there was many excellent performances, Franklin Aghboola, Kevin Crowe and Donal O’Kelly all worked extremely hard.
The U12 footballers had a good away win at Carbury a great team display from all concerned, while the U14’s lost at home to Leixlip and away to Confey despite sterling efforts by a much under strength side they will play Round Towers and Eadestown in the upcoming week.
The ICA will meet on the third Monday of the month in the new St. Brigid’s National School Kill. Next meeting is on Monday, June 18, at 8 pm. All are welcome to join and are assured of a Cead Mile Failte.
The Playbarn in Johnstown is the largest playframe in Leinster for 0-12 years and is offering various packages for parties and school tours. More new changes coming soon. Find them on face book http://www.facebook.com/playbarnjohnstown. Like the page and be in with a chance to win a free birthday party. Contact them on 045882670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tidy towns meeting
The monthly meeting of Kill Tidy Towns will take place tonight Tuesday June 5 at 8.30pm in the Parish Meeting Room.
The Employ Service is supporting people with a disability to secure and maintain employment. Employability Service Job Coach will be available for meetings in the Obair Office, behind the Maxol Garage, Kilcullen Road on Friday mornings from 10am to 1pm.
Kill History Group
The final meeting of Kill History Group before the summer break is on Monday June 25 when the title of the talk will be “Are you mad also?” when Ciaran Mc Cabe will detail the events surrounding the murder of RIC Sergeant Michael Rogan and his family in Ballinadrumna near Enfield 1882.
Both meetings take place in the Parish Meeting Room at 8.30pm.
Zumba fitness sessions
Join in the new craze to have fun and get fit. Zumba Fitness sessions continue on Tuesday nights from 8- 9pm in Ardclough GAA Club. All welcome.
Irish dancing classes
Ardclough GAA is the venue for Irish dancing classes every Wednesday evening from 6-8pm. Please contact Pearl Mahoney 087 9593625.
Senior members of the Kill community are invited to drop in for a cup of tea or coffee, a chat and some home made buns, after mass at about 10.20am, every Wednesday in the Parish Centre. Drop in, meet with friends and catch up on all the local news. All welcome.
Is someone’s drinking affecting your life. Al-Anon can help. Meetings take place every Monday night at 8pm in the Parish Centre, Ballycane; on Wednesdays at 8.30pm in Parish Centre, Newbridge, Ph 431394; and on Thursdays in Aras Bríd, Parish Centre, Kildare, Ph 521352.
Juvenile hurling training takes place every Friday evening in Ardclough GAA Club from 6pm onwards. This includes the nursery group (ages 4-6), Under 8, Under 9, Under 10 and Under 12. Boys and girls of all ages and standards are catered for. If you are new to the area or would like your child to play hurling with a rural club, bring them along or contact Padraic O’Malley, telephone 087-2898282.