Moyvane Notes 1st February 2021

MOYVANE GAA CLUB LOTTO:   There was no winner of the €9,600 Jackpot.  Numbers drawn were  15  16  22  30. Lucky Dips: €40.00 each: Maria Kennelly, Inchamore. Helen Monaghan, Online. Amy Condon, Online. Brid Mulvihill, Online. Michael Wallace. Thank you Julie Fitzmaurice of Moyvane Garden Centre for helping with the draw. Tickets are available online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page along with Kennelly’s Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage, Newtownsandes Co-op.You can also contact any Committee Member. Current Jackpot is €9,700 and the draw will be held on Sunday, February 07 at 8.00pm outdoors at Con Brosnan Park. As always thank you for your continued support.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP: is now open for 2021, €40 for players and €20 for students and non players. Membership can be paid to any committee member.

NATIONAL CLUB DRAW: Once again Moyvane GAA are selling tickets for the National Club Draw.  Tickets are €10 and all proceeds will go to the players fund. More details will be on Moyvane GAA Facebook page in the coming days. Tickets can be purchased from the players or by ringing Club Chairman Micheal Walsh on 0879817883.

CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION, MOYVANE. MASSES FOR THE WEEK: Wednesday, February, 03 Anniversary Mass at 7.30pm for  Tom & Nellie O’Connor, Glin Road, and their son, Con of Glin Road and Birmingham. Friday, February 05 Birthday Blessings Mass for Margaret Sweeney, on her 90th birthday. Saturday, February 06 Month’s Mind Mass at 7.30pm for Sheila O’Carroll, Deer Lodge, Killarney and Moyvane. Sunday, February 07 First Anniversary Mass at 7.30pm for Jack Shine, Glin Road.
CHURCH OF CORPUS CHRISTI, KNOCKANURE: Sunday, February 07 First Anniversary Mass at 9.30am for Mary Savage, Charleville, mother of Brenda Clancy, Lisaniskea.
GOODBYE TO JOHN Moyvane is hurting as it hasn’t done for a long time at the passing of John McGrath of Ahalahana. He fought the good fight with courage and a positive attitude. He enjoyed life at a pace until his diagnosis just before Christmas 2019. He worked hard but had a great work/life balance. The condolences on RIP are testament to how much he was appreciated and how popular he was. You can read an appreciation on written by his friend, John Mulvihill and it sums up the man he was. He raised an amazing amount of money for the Palliative Care Unit in Tralee to show his gratitude for their support and help during his illness. To his fiancee Erin, mother Carmel, sister Clare, brothers Micheal, Kieran and Donal, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and his  many, many cousins and hoards of friends he has left a void that cannot be filled. Words are meaningless but be assured the parish of Moyvane is with you all at this very sad time. John McGrath, Sunrise  01/09/1979 Sunset 26/01/2021. RIP.

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