Moyvane Notes – 12th March, 2005


THE dry weather has been of a great benefit to the people of the locality with a lot of cattle out grazing.


Moyvane Seniors start their County league campaign with a game against Churchill in Churchill on Sundat March 20. We are really going to try and get up a division this year so a big effort is asked for. Work is due to start on the Stand next Monday morning and it is expected to be finished by the end of March. We ask everybody to co-operate with us while the construction is going on and stay clear and obey the warning signs. Membership for the Moyvane G.A.A. club is open at €10 for ordinary and €30 for players (that is to cover players Injury Scheme.) This will close on March 31 and only people joined at that date will be eligible for big match draws for tickets and votes at our next A.G.M. We encourage people to join up as it will save a lot of problems later in the year.


A Diocesan Collection will be taken up next Saturday and Sunday for Emigrant Services


A Care in the Home Training Course run by the Carers Association may be of interest to those who are caring for someone in their own home or who may wish to pursue a career in caring. Course duration is 12 weeks. 3 hours per class. Contact Tarbert Bridewell 068 36500 or Carers Association 066 7121399. Commencing first week in April.


Enrolment at the Community College Listowel for First Year pupils will be accepted on March 9 an 10 from 9am to 5pm.


The death took place recently of Jack Leahy Gurtinard, Listowel and late of Lisaniskea, Knockanure. He was 89 years of age. His remains were removed to Listowel Church on Monday , he was buried in the old Cemetery knockanure following Requiem Mass on tuesday. He is survived by his brother Monsignor Michael, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.