Local notes - KILCOCK



Sincere sympathy goes to the family of Pattie Bermingham Kilcloon who died recently. She was a much loved wife,mother,grandmother and sister. Burial was in Kilcloon cemetery. Ar Ndheis De Go Raibh si.


Warmest congratulations goes to Aishling Noone (Tirmoghan) and Jane Healy (Newtown) on receiving their John Paul 11 awards,along with all the other young people from the diocese,at a ceremony in Carlow recently.


ALMAS (Children affected by Aids and Poverty) wish to thank Mrs Margaret O Neill,Courtown Road,for her generous donation of £600 from the sale of her homemade jam and marmalade. Thanks to all who sold and bought the jam. All monies goes towards feeding and clothing the poorest of the poor.


Enrolment for St.Joseph’ Boy’s National School for September is now taking place. Please call to the school office or phone 01 6287628 for forms.


The theme for this year’s parade is ;- Blian Na Cruinne 2013- Come to the land of Myth and Magic Information leaflet’s from committee members. More details to come.


Cappagh camogie club under-age training resumes on Saturday 9th February at 11am. New players welcome.For more information contact Debbie (086-2681978) or Regina (087-9592696) Siobhan (087-7702930).


Parent and Toddler Story time for pre-school children takes place in the library on Thursday mornings from 9.30am to 10.30 am. Knitting Club on Thursday mornings also from 11.30am to 1pm. All welcome knitter’s and anyone wishing to learn now is your chance to learn a new skill. For Information contact (01-6284403) for details.

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