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Knockanure Notes

Knockanure Notes

Knockanure Notes – 10th October, 2007

DEATH took place on September 30th `07 of Joan Ahern, nee McElligott of Beale Hill and formally of Coolaclarig, her husband John Francis Ahern, sons Jerry, John, Paddy and Dan, daughters Marie, Noreen and Margaret survives her. Following Requiem Mass at Ballybunion Church on Wednesday Oct 3rd celebrated by Fr Hegarty, Canon Linnane and Fr […] Read More

Knockanure Notes – 3rd October, 2007

PLASTIC Collection will be held at Listowel Mart on the 5th and 6th of November from 9am to 5pm and at the North Kerry Landfill site from 19th to 20th of Nov, time 9am to 5pm, waste silage wrap only, details from 066 716 2000.THOUGHT: “Wisdom is like a Baobab tree: no one individual can […] Read More

Knockanure Notes – 26th September, 2007

IRELAND’S new Ambassador to the Vatican Noel Fahy was received by the Pope on Saturday September 15th `07.VENICE: Throwing rice at newly-weds will soon be banned in Venice as it attracts pigeons that soil buildings and streets.FLOODS: have recently occurred in Ghana and Togo, Sudan, Uganda, Somalia and Kenya, 200 people have died and hundreds […] Read More

Knockanure Notes – 19th September, 2007

ALL IRELAND: Kerry had another great win, Saturday and early Sunday morning droves were leaving the Parish to soak in the atmosphere of yet another All Ireland final. Soaking in the rain was forgotten, by most except some students who had poor drying facilities in their flats. The Clare County Board in 1947 put a […] Read More

Knockanure Notes – 12th September, 2007

THOUGHT: Some people bring great happiness wherever they go, others whenever they go” Kathleen Corrigan.NEW Moon on Sept 11th, we are having marvellous fine weather at present, it is very welcome after the long wet spell. Apples, plums, haws and blackberries ate nearly ripe, a big proportion of plums and blackberries are diseased and inedible.The […] Read More

Knockanure Notes – 5th September, 2007

CHURCH owns about 2,000 hospitals, clinics and rest homes in Italy, in Rome they have, 250 schools, 580 institutes, convents and monasteries, 18 hospitals, and 65 rest homes.THOUGHT: This did not once so trouble me, That better I could not love thee; But now I feel and know, That only when we love, we find, […] Read More