Moyvane Notes – 1st November, 2003

ADULT set dancing classes with Timmy Woulfe continue on Wednesday nights, beginners at 8pm. All dancers at 8.30pm.

Work continues on the old school built in 1874 and is now ready for re-roofing and will be roofed with old quarry slate.

Congratulations to Liam Roche, Ahalahana, Moyvane on winning €100,000 in an Irish Independent competition.

The weather still continues to be dry with most cattle still out on pasture, we must go back to the year 1995 to see land as dry as it is now. As the old saying goes, a farmer that need not have any worries facing the Winter, a reek at good dry turf for his cooking and heating needs, a stack of well saved hay for his cattle, a pig in the barrel to supply meat for his family over the winter.

The death took place of Sr. Lydie (Sarah Kearney) of the Little Sisters of the Poor, Raheny, Dublin and late of Moyvane Village.

Foster carers for children and young people are needed in Kerry. If you are interested in becoming a foster carer and would like to find out more, then why not come along to one of our forthcoming information evenings on Thursday, October 20 at the Killarney Court Hotel at 7.30pm.

The Moyvane Development Association – large crowds of people converged on the village last weekend for the annual bank holiday weekend generating a great atmosphere around the place. The Association has produced an All Purpose Postcard and is available from Fitzmaurice’s Foodstore and Holly’s Foodstore, Moyvane.

Stations Moyvane, Thursday, October 30 at the home of Thomas and Marie Mulvihill at 8pm for Lower Glenalappa and Glenalappa West.

Friday, October 31, at the home of John and Mary McEnery at 10.30am for Gortdromasillihy and Tubbertureen.

Saturday – November 1 – Feast of All Saints – Holy Mass at Moyvane at 11am.

Saturday – November 1 – 7.30pm Vigil Mass Ann and Jimmy Flaherty, Glenalappa.

Sunday – November 2 – Moyvane 11am for the Holy Souls.

Diocesan Collection next Saturday and Sunday for Irish Church Commissions and agencies.