Knockanure Notes – 8th October, 2012

KNITTING Classes for beginners to commence in Knockanure Community Centre in October, please contact the office on 068 49799. NEKD are providing an information officer at Knockanure Community Centre on Mondays from 1- 3.30pm. For information on Farm Assist, Rural Social Scheme, Back to School Allowance, Older People services, Medical Card and much more, please contact Philomena at 068 49799 or drop into the centre. FUTSAL started again in Moyvane community Centre on Thurs 4th Oct. Futsal is a indoor soccer game which increases skill and co-ordination played by boys and girls alike. 1st-3rd Class 5-6pm, 4th-6th Class 6-7pm, 1st 3rd year Sec/Comp 7-8pm. Last years Community Games teams Girls won Silver and Boys won Bronze,Contact, Brendan 087 1515627. THANKS: Scoil Chorp Chríost Parents Association, Knockanure were Bag Packing in Garveys’ Supervalu, Listowel on Saturday 6th October, your support is appreciated. We also wish to thank all who contributed to our Church gate collection in Moyvane on Saturday September 22nd and Sunday 23rd. contact Elizabeth 086 8417688. PLAN: A copy of the Moyvane Village Draft Plan is on display in Mike Kennelly’s old shop window Comments and suggestions can be forwarded, in writing, to any committee member or placed in the Suggestion Box which is located in Stack’s Butcher Shop. A copy of the plan is available on COLLECTION: The North Kerry Eagles Special Olympic Club is holding their Annual Church Gate Collection this weekend Sat. 13th & Sun. 14th October at all Masses. ADVICE: Kerry Citizens Information Service in conjunction with MABS are introducing a new free business advisory service in Kerry for sole traders/small businesses For more information, contact Frances Clifford, Development Manager, Kerry CIS, 4 Bridge Lane, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Phone 0761 07 7860. COURSE: Pastoral Ministry Course organised by the Diocese of Kerry is beginning during the coming week. There are two from our Parish Community doing the course, we wish them well. ST. JOHN’S Tralee Choirs have been invited by Red Hurley to perform with him when he appears at Siamsa Tire Theatre on Saturday 13th October next. They will also perform some pieces from their own repertoire on the night. FILM Festival; Local Director Gerard Barrett was due to have a Opening Gala of Pilgrim Hill at Siamsa on Tuesday 9th. Gerard gave an interview to Radio Kerry on Monday morning last promoting local film production. Active Retirement screening of film called, “It Happened one Nigh” at Siamsa on Thursday 11th Oct at 2pm. Tribute Night to long time movie maker John Lynch at Classic Movieplex, Listowel on Wed 17th at 8pm. RDS: Gradireland Graduate Careers Fair in the RDS Dublin Wednesday 10th October 2012. KERRY Ladies got good local support last Sunday at Croke Park. It is at great honour to reach the All Ireland Final, there is hope for better things next year as they build on the present foundation. MARATHON: The 2012 Limerick Women’s Mini Marathon takes place at midday on Sunday 14th October. It is 8km long and starts and finishes on the grounds of the University of Limerick. Information on the event at SEMINAR: Abbeyfeale and District Initiative in conjunction with Limerick Social Service Council are hosting the above seminar in the Devon Inn Hotel on Wednesday, October 17 at 7.30pm. Speakers include Dr. Kieran Murphy, Athea, Alan Quinlan and Christine Fitzgerald Grow. Free Admission.. Further information 068 31019. TABLETS: The HSE are asking people to hand in unused medicines to pharmacies, last year 4.6 tons were collected, why were the tablets prescribed in the first place, costing probably millions to the taxpayer. DEATH took place on 29th September 2012 of Dolly Bridget Dillane, Doon House, Tralee, formerly the Hill, Moyvane. at Riverside Nursing Home. Dolly waspredeceased by her husband Thomas and is survived by her son Ian and sister Kathleen O Connor of Knockanure and sister-in –law Kathleen Stack of Moyvane. Requiem Mass for Dolly Dillane was celebrated at St Brendan’s Church, Tralee on Tuesday October 2nd, Interment afterwards in Old Rath Cemetery Tralee. Dolly was predeceased by siblings, Margaret, Willie in 2000, Mai in 2004,Tim in 2006. Her father Edward Stack died about 55 yrs ago and is buried at Murhur Churchyard with his wife Bridie O Hanlon who died c1956. DEATH took place of Edward (Eddie) Langford of Bansha, Killorglin on October 2, 2012. Eddie was predeceased by his wife Mary, nee Clifford and is survived by his son Richard, daughters Maura Moran Knockanure, Helen and Claire, sister Kathleen, brother John. Requiem Mass for Eddie Langford was celebrated at St James’s Church, Killorglin on 4th October 2012. Eddie Langford was laid to rest afterwards in nearby Dromavalla Cemetery, beside his wife Mary who died on 9th November 2010. Clergy at the Mass included, Fr. Liam O’Brien, Killorglin, Fr. Pat O’Donnell, Milltown, Archbishop Dermot Clifford, Fr. John Clifford O.P. Fr. Denis McGillycuddy and Fr. Gene McGillycuddy. DEATH took place on 4th October 2012 of Pat Stanley, Fleanmore, Ballyhahill. Pat is survived by his wife Ann, brothers Canon Mortimer and Michael and sister Mary. Requiem Mass for Pat Stanley was celebrated in the Immaculate Conception, Glin on Saturday 6th October 2012. Pat Stanley was laid to rest in Kilfergus Cemetery, Glin beside his mother Margaret Daly of Duagh who died in 1966, his father Joe Stanley died 1972, sister Eza died in 2006. His brother Tom died in 2004. Death took place on 22nd September of Timothy McElligott, late of The Bridge Road, Listowel. Survived by his wife Anne and son Gerard, he was predeceased by his first wife Cissie Kennelly. Following Requiem Mass in Listowel Church Timothy McElligott was laid to rest in St Michael’s Churchyard, Listowel. ANNIVERSARIES: Pat Nolan,, John O Mahony, Monsignor Michael Leahy, Fr Pat J O Donoghue, Kathleen Fuller, Hannah Hyland, John Cyril Tobin, Harry Stackpoole, Bishop James Collins, Annie Flynn, Bridger Daton, Paddy Horgan, Margaret Shine, Michael Harnett, Pat Stack, Michael Burke, Tommy Reidy, Michael O Connor; Mass on Sat. 13th at 7.30pm for Danny Kearney; Mass on Sun. 14th at 10.00am in Knockanure for Liam Sexton & the deceased members of the Sexton Family and the 11.00am Mass in Moyvane is for Michael & Nora Roche. YEAR of Faith will be launched by Pope Benedict on Thursday, October 11th CHURCH News; Harvest Thanksgiving on Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th October. Diocesan Collection for the Propagation of the Faith on Sat. 20th & Sun. 21st October Adoration Moyvane Wed. 10.00am to 7.00pm Knockanure Tues. 10.00am to 6.00pm Readers:- Vigil, John Corbett ;11.00am Amanda Coulson & Aine O’Connor; Knockanure: Patricia & Andrew Rogan. GAA: Best wishes to our neighbours, Feale Rangers (Athea and Mountcollins) who are the Limerick County Minor A champions for the first time, they beat Kildimo-Pallaskenry. Feale Rangers 1 13 Kildimo – Pallaskenry 0 09. POETRY: “The Purple Pencil”, a collection of reflective poems celebrating everyday life published by Red Hen Publishing, Duagh, will be launched by Nóirín Ní Riain in Newcastle West Library on Friday November 16th at 8pm. ST. JOHN’S; Thursday 11th 2 Tuff Yokes in Concert. Friday 12th The Kerry School of Music Autumn Concert. Saturday 13th Mother F. For more information contact 068-22566. MASS at Rock ‘Poll An Aifrinn’, Keelacloghane Wood, Miltown on Sunday, October 21st at 3.30pm will be offered for the beatification of Fr. Tadhg Moriarty, O.P and companions. It will be preceded by the Rosary at 3.10pm. The celebrant will be Very Rev Fr.Gregory Carroll OP, Prior Provincial of the Irish Dominicans. DEAFHEAR drop-in service will take place on Friday, October 12th at Enable Ireland Adult Training Centre, Edward Street from 10.30am EDMUND RICE 250: An invitation from the Edmund Rice/Christian Brothers Past Pupils & Friends Steering Committee to an evening with former President Mary McAleese to mark the 250th anniversary of the birth of Blessed Edmund Rice. Tickets can be reserved on-line at Queries to Vanessa Moss on 01 8196782. PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL Open evening and enrolment for September 2013 in Presentation Secondary School, Listowel on Thursday 11th October, 2012 from 5pm. to 8pm. For further information please contact the School Secretary at 068-21452. THOUGHT: There is no labour where one loves, or if there is, the labour itself is loved, Augustine. SHANID Historical Society next lecture will be held on 15th October 2012 and is titled ‘Business and life in Shanagolden Village – reminisce and record’. It will be led by Chairman Joe Ryan, with contributions from Pattie Garvey, Tom Madigan, Hon. Treasurer and other local people. The venue for this lecture is The Old Stand in Shanagolden and it will start at 8:00 pm so do come along as everyone is welcome. TRADE: On the 13th September, MEPs voted to reject the European Commission’s proposal to impose a unilateral deadline of 2014 on African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries (ACP) to sign up to unfair trade agreements, and instead proposed extending the deadline to 2016. CLIMB: 30 Muinteareas members and 500 Limerick pilgrims made it to the summit of Croagh Patrick on Sunday Sept. 30th 2012. FASHION show in aid of the Invalid Section of Limerick Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes takes place in the Devon Inn Hotel on Thursday, October 18 at 8pm. All are welcome. KERRYMAN Feb. 3rd 1912. Brennan a driver was charged with cruelty to horses. Newtowndillon Races on 25th March 1912. Kerryman Feb. 10th 1912, praise for Fr William O Connor PP of Annascaul, he was a native of Moyvane. Kerryman Feb. 17th 1912, Dr Dillon reports complete disappearance of recent fever outbreak. Between November 1911 and Feb. 1912, 47 cases treated only 5 died. It was estimated that the cost would amount to £600 to £700. Death of Faulkner Collis Sandes DL. JP. Death on 8th Dec. 1911 of James Carmody born Ballylongford, a carpenter and an undertaker at Eagenville at age 58, his wife was Ellen Hagerty. Funeral of Mr Jeremiah Neville Bedford. Chief mourners were, his wife Mrs M Neville,; Jeremiah, Daniel and John sons; Mrs J Keane Abbeydorney, Mrs M Ryan Gurtnaminch, Mrs J Leahy Bedford , daughters; J Keane, M Ryan and J Leahy sons-in-law; Mrs Jer Keane?, Mrs D Neville and Mrs John Neville daughters-in law; Christie Keane, James Keane, Jer Keane, Jer, John and Michael Neville and John Leahy grand sons; Mary Ellen and Hannah Keane, May and Nora Neville, Hannah and Nellie Leahy and Mary Ellen Ryan grad daughters; Ty and Mrs Leahy, Hugh Leahy, Mrs D McElligott, Katie, Bridget, Annie, Julia and Maggie Stack, Mce Stack, Tom Stack, Joe and John Broderick, Denis and Mrs Browne, John, Dan and Edmund Browne, J and Hugh Goulding, Thomas and Mrs Barrett, J and Thomas Bambury, J and Mrs Prendeville, cousins; O Sullivan brother in law.