Moyvane

Knockanure Notes — 3rd July, 2024

RAMBLING House Knockanure on the first Thursday of the month.

THANKS to Fr. Liam O’Connell for his assistance this year and the past three years. We appreciate your cooperation and hospitality.

EXERCISE Classes starting on Thursday 4th July 11:00-12:00 at the Community Centre, Moyvane. These classes are for both men and women who are 55 years and over. This is run by Kerry Co. Council and is grant funded. However, €2 will be collected at the door at each class towards the cost of hall hire for each session. We encourage those in this age category to come along to the classes.

CHIROPODIST: Care of the Aged Moyvane/Knockanure, Chiropodist will attend Marian Hall on Monday 8th of July at 10.30 am. For appointment contact Noreen at 068 49238.

KNOCK: Annual Pilgrimage to Knock takes place Wednesday 3rd July 2024; Coach leaving Listowel 7.00a.m. Knockanure, 7.10pm Moyvane 7.15 pm Tarbert. 7.20pm. Contact Margaret Carmody: 087 297 6304 or Nuala Carmody: 068 36166.

MASS: Provisional Graveyard Masses, Friday 2nd August @8pm – Ahavoher; Monday 5th August @8pm – Knockanure, and Tuesday 6th August @8pm – Murhur. Aghavallen Cemetery – Friday 5th July at 7pm. Lislaughtin Abbey – Friday 2nd August at 7pm. Kilnaughtin Graveyard – Friday 9th August at 7pm. St. Mary’s Cemetery, Tarbert – Friday 16th August at 7pm. Lyre Cemetery Mass will take place on Sunday morning 21st July at 11:00 am and Duagh Cemetery Mass will take place in Springmount on Thursday evening 25th July at 8.00 p.m.

ST PIO & 1st Friday evening mass in Listowel at 6.00pm.

SYMPATHY: At a recent Board of Management Meeting the following vote of sympathy was passed To The Buckley Family Keylod Moyvane on the death of Tony Buckley.

DEATH of John Joseph “Jack” Moore. Jack was born to James and Bridget (nee McAuliffe) Moore in April of 1931 in Moyvane Village. Jack was predeceased by his brother Tom and sisters Hannah and Mary. He is survived by his sister Breda and 5 step-children from his second marriage, as well as 13 step-grandchildren (who knew him as Papa Jack). He is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Jack came to the United States in 1949 and settled in the Bronx. He joined and proudly served in the US Army in the early 1950’s. He worked at commercial bakeries along 11th Avenue in Manhattan for a few years before joining the Paper Handlers Union. He went on to work in the Union, mostly at the New York Times, for 44 years. Jack married his first wife, Joan (nee O’Connell) in 1956. Joan passed away in 1980 and a few years later Jack met and married Norah Crowley Considine. Jack and Norah lived for many years in Rivervale, NJ before her passing in 2019.

Jack was a proud Kerryman and American. He was a religious man and his faith helped him battle his illness over the past few years. He was a quiet, steady, dignified man who loved his family and friends and was much loved by them in return. Mass of Christian Burial for Jack was celebrated on Monday, June 24, 2024 at Holy Name of Mary Church, 114 Grand Street, Croton-on-Hudson, New York. Burial June 24, 2024 at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 10 W. Stevens Avenue, Hawthorne, New York 10532.

ANNIVERSARIES: 160th anniversary of the death of William Smith O’Brien, he is buried in Rathronan Cemetery; Padraig Madden, Maryanne Nolan, Josie Liston, Eileen Holly, Joe Thompson, John Kirby, Richard Kissane, Mickey Flavin, Joe Gunn, Mike O Halloran Sheila Birkinshaw,

MASS INTENTIONS: Sat.29th June’24- Moyvane for Eileen Scanlon (1st Aniv.) & Patrick “Pa” Scanlon, late of Kilbaha & deceased of the Scanlon family at 7.30pm; Sun.30th June’24 Knockanure for People of the Parish at 9.30am, and mass Moyvane for Richie & Mary Brosnan (Aniv.’s) Coilagurteen at 11am; Tues.2nd July’24 Moyvane for John “Jack” Moore, Recently Deceased, Late of Glin Rd. Moyvane & New York at 10am; Wed.3rd July’24 Knockanure a Private Intention at 10am; Thur.4th July’24 Moyvane for Patrick Shanahan & son John & deceased of Shanahan & Egan families at 10am; Fri.5th July’24 Knockanure a Private Intention at 10am; Sat.6th July’24 Moyvane for Jack Mulvihill (Aniv.) at 7.30pm; Sun.7th July’24 Knockanure for People of the Parish at 9.30am, and Mass Moyvane for Robert Nolan (3rd Aniv.) Carrueragh at 11am.

LATIN MASS will be offered this Sunday 30th June at 12.00 noon at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Rathass, by Fr. Bernard Healy. More info from LatinMassTralee

COLLECTION at Masses weekend 6th & 7th July for Sick & Retired Priests.

ST. JOHN’S CHOIR have been invited to perform at Teach Siamsa, Finuge on Sunday afternoon 7th July, to mark the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Teach in Finuge between 2pm and 5.30pm.

All are welcome.

CONGRATULATIONS to Alice Devlin on being the June winner of Split the Bucket in the Knockanure School draw, Alice won €165.

BEAT Wishes to Fr. Sean Jones who has been appointed to become Parish Priest of Waterville.

ST JOHNS: Wed 3rd- Concert with the Whileaways; Friday 12th concert with Don Baker, Sunday 14th – Theatre with Mamo: Songs my Grandmother Gave Me, details from 068 22566. Theatrix Summer Camps | St. John’s Theatre & Arts Centre in Listowel 15th July & 22nd July. More from 068 22566.

SUMMER MARKET: Ballybunion Market opened on Saturday 1st June until Saturday 31st August from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Huge variety of crafts, food gifts each week with 25 vendors to choose from.

RATHFREEDAGH GARDEN FETE: Sunday, July 7th.

SEISIUN 24: The Summer Seisiún Show at the Devon Inn Hotel Templeglantine is due to commence on Thursday July 4.

ABBEYFEALE WOMEN’S SHED: Meet and Greet, Tuesday July 2nd. 11-1pm at the Adult Education Centre ( The Old Tech) Mountmahon. Open to women aged 18-118. Bring a friend, share ideas. More information email: Abbeyfealewomensshed

2024 RALLY FOR LIFE: Ireland’s Largest Annual Pro-Life March. Saturday, July 6 in Parnell Sq. Dublin at 1.30pm.

CELEBRATION in Killarney for the 4th of July.

RING of Kerry 6th of July.

CYCLE: THE 24th annual Tour de Munster charity cycle was officially launched by Seán Kelly recently at Limerick’s Plassey House. Tour which takes place from August 8th to August 11th and cyclists will travel 600km across the six counties of Munster to raise funds for the Munster branches of Down Syndrome Ireland.

TG4: Live coverage of the quarter finals and semi-finals in the Ladies Football TG4 Championship. Saturday 06/07 – 13:00 Cork v Waterford , 17:15 Kerry v Meath , 19:30 Dublin v Galway. Sunday 07/07 – 17:45 Armagh v Mayo. Presented by Máire Ní Bhraonáin.

TINTEAN Ballybunion will have Nathan Carter Born on 28th May 1990, spent his childhood years in Liverpool. At the age of four, he learned to play the piano accordion. He is also a gifted singer. He will be in Ballybunion on 6th of July 2024.

WARM weather great for growth and saving hay, also very special to visitors both locally and from abroad. Ballybunion seems out of fashion, most people when they are out socializing, have to mention some foreign place they were at.

TRIATHLON – July 27th. Ballybunion Triathlon Club, announce that a completely brand new route has been put in place for the Sprint Tri event this July.

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths) Summer Camps and Art Summer Camps will start soon in Listowel. For all boys & girls going into 1st to 6th class this September. All details and online registration at www.designerminds.ie. Give your child the opportunity to explore, create, innovate and learn in a fun and supportive environment.

JOBS: MTU have made 14 new roles in research management and administration under the Technological Universities Research and Innovation Supporting Enterprise programme. MTU have received €14.6 million in funding earlier this year under the TU RISE.

JOB: The Diocese of Kerry are seeking a dynamic and experienced Communications and Social Media

Officer. This is a full-time role. Applications from candidates seeking a part-time position focusing on either Radio communications or Technology would also be welcomed. Further details on

www.dioceseofkerry.ie

DAIRY : Farm organisations have voiced their concerns over a move by Tirlán to seek 150 redundancies that some believe could signal a “massive restructuring” of the dairy sector.

The Kilkenny-headquartered co-op, Tirlán, today (Thursday, June 20) confirmed that 150 jobs are likely to go across the organisation as a result of a new “cost reduction programme”.

The president of the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA), Denis Drennan, warned that this could be “just the beginning of a massive restructuring” of the dairy sector which he said is due to “Government policy”.

https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/warning-that-dairy-sector-could-face-massive-restructuring/

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