Moyvane Notes – 19th July, 2005

Moyvane Notes.

The Annual Cemetery Masses  will be celebrated on Monday the 1st August at 8pm in Ahavoher Cemetery. Tuesday 2nd August at 8pm in Old Knockanure Cemetery,Wednesday 3rd August at 8pm. in Murhur Cemetery.  

Living Links Kerry    “Supporting the Suicide Bereaved"    For further details on how a Living Links Kerry volunteer can help you please phone the coordinator on 087 9006300 on Monday to Friday between 10.00 and 12.00

The Moyvane Charity Walk on Tuesday 26th July in aid of Abhaile Respite  (which caters for Nano Nagle children and their Parents)  and Local St. Vincent De Paul will start at the Marian Hall at 7.30 and take the usual route. Refreshments at the Hall after the walk. Sponsorship cards available from Jill McCarthy.

The Annual Fine Gael Church Gate Collection will be held next weekend.


MINORS   Moyvane defeated Knocknagoshel/ Brosna in the County league last week and that win qualifies them for the semi-final stage.   At the time of writing no definite fixture has yet been sorted out.  We will have more news next week.  They have been going great guns lately and lets hope they can go all the way.    
STAND     Work is progressing very well on our new stand and at this stage we are ready to get the roof on.     It is a very fine structure and when completed should be a credit to the supporters and members of our club.  We again ask everybody to co-operate with us while the construction is going on and stay clear and obey the warning signs.   

UNDER 8 and 10    Training will continue for our U8 and U10 on next Tues. night at 7pm.  All players are asked to be there and enjoy their sessions.    It is hoped to arrange challenge games for them soon. 

TEE SHIRTS   Moyvane G.A.A. tee shirts are on sale from the secretary Teddy Keane at 15 Euro each.   So support your club and wear your colours at get good value as well.  

Death : The death took place recently of Patrick (Pat) Sweeney (suddenly), Athea Village and late of Woodgrove, Moyvane. He was 54 years of age. His remains were removed to Athea Parish Church on friday last, he was buried in Holycross Cemetery following requiem Mass on Saturday last. He is survived by his wife, sons, daughters, mother Margaret, brothers Eamon, Gene, John and Pascal, sister breda, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.