Moyvane Notes

BLOTTO Results for Thursday night (JULY 27)Numbers drawn: 3   5   6  30. There was no Jackpot winner. Lucky Dips: €100: Breda O’Connell, Ennismore, Listowel. €50: Leesha Meehan & all the Mad Meehan’s, Ballybunion. €20 each: Bernie Mahoney, Puleen. Patricia Brennan, Abbeyfeale. Maria Meehan, Listowel. Emer & Ronin Kidney, Limerick. Hannah Enright, Enright’s Bar, Moyvane. Free Tickets: John, Jamie & Conor Leahy, Willowbrook, Listowel. James Kennelly, Moyvane. Darren Meehan, Ballygologue Park, Listowel. Philomena & Norella Molyneaux, Knockanure. Con Fitzgerald, c/o Marie Wrenn, Athea. Jackpot is €9,000 and the draw will be held at Bingo in The Marian Hall.
BINGO Did you know that the prize money at bingo every Thursday night is a minimum €3,000 but it could be as high as €5,000. Congratulations to Margaret Flavin, Newcastlewest who won €300 on Spin the Wheel. You can win between €300 & €2,000 on the wheel. You too could be a winner if you come to bingo any Thursday night. Bingo starts at 8.00pm. Thank you for your support.
SPLIT THE BUCKET Last Thursday night Eileen Healy, Lixnaw won €310.  Next draw will be held at Bingo on THURSDAY AUGUST 10. Thank you all for supporting this very important fundraiser for your local school. Envelopes are available in all the usual outlets locally, Holly’s Gala, Mike Kennelly’s HomeValue Hardware, Noel Stack, Butchers, Enright’s Bar, The Village Grill, Speedy’s Bar, Moyvane. Newtownsandes Co-op Curl up and Dye (Anna Enright Fogarty) and at Bingo in the Marian Hall.  €2.00 per entry or 3 for €5.00.
GRAVEYARD MASSES 2023: Don’t forget the Masses begin this week, Friday, August 04 Ahavoher. Tuesday, August 08 Knockanure. Wednesday, August 09 Murhur. All Masses at 8.00pm.
GOOD BYE to Denny (Denis) Flaherty who recently left this world and went to a better place. Denny passed away on Monday, June 19 after a life filled with health issues that never defined him. At the age of 20 or thereabouts a perforated appendix almost ended his life but there was a positive outcome, because it was while he was being treated in the hospital that he met his future wife, Eileen Guerin. She was his Florence Nightingale. Later he had many heart issues which forced him into early retirement. He loved the outdoors and his garden was a source of real joy to him. He was involved in everything that was good in Moyvane, from the Drama Group in the sixties, the Carnival Committee 1969/1984 to the Development Association & Tidy Towns Committee up to his final illness. His treatments never held him back. When he was good he did all the things he wanted to do. Even this year he went to Listowel Races, he did the Greenway, he went to all the local festivals. His determination was amazing. He always had a smile, he was good company and was well liked by all who knew him and worked with him. His funeral was a testament to that. His family were his pride and joy. He will be missed by the love of his life, Eileen, his son Gerard (Paula), daughters, Sinead (Ned) & Helen (Dan) his grandchildren Eva, Emilie, Bobby, Meabh, Niall, Eamon & Colm, his brother, Eddie, sisters Nuala, Elaine & Majella and many cousins.

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