Moyvane Notes – 20th November, 2004


HAVE a stress free day out. No driving worries. No parking expense. Just sit back and relax and enjoy a shopping trip to Cork on December 1. On arrival at 10am you are free to do as you wish until departing Cork at 6pm. Leaving Moyvane at 7.45am. Pick up points Listoweland Moyvane. Cost is €16. Pay when booking with Eileen Roche, Noreen Roche,Marie Walsh or any I.C.A. member.Come along and visit Santa at the I.C.A. Family Fun Day on Sunday 5th December. A great day in store.


Colm “Stride” O’Brien Piano & Olive Donegan in Concert on Sunday November 21st at 8pm Sharp at Kirby’s Lantern Hotel Tarbert. A tribute to Ella Fitzgerald & Music of Scott Joplin, Gershwin, Cole Porter & Fats Waller Admission €15. Tickets on sale at Tarbert Bridewell.


Get revitalised with exercises anyone can do, in the Marian Hall every Friday afternoon 1.15pm to 2.15pm. All are welcome.


Seniors: Moyvane make their first defence of their North Kerry title on Sun. next in Ballybunion against St. Senans. This will be a close game as all championship matches seem to bring out the best of all players. They met at the same stage last year and Moyvane edged through after a tight game. St. Senans are in good shape after their great win over Desmonds in the last round but Moyvane are renowned championship battlers and will not surrender their hard earned title easily. Starting time on Sun is 2.30pm.


The No Name Club is a national youth organisation. Its founders believed that young people were entitled to enjoy their youth and that the abuse of alcohol and other drugs by teenagers constituted a serious danger to the well being of our young people.

The No Name club believes that, with help and guidance from concerned and informed adults, and also young people themselves, most young people are well able to cope with the problems they encounter as they grow up.

Through their involvement in the No Name Club activities the young people are encouraged to develop to their full potential by taking on the responsibility of planning and organising a wide ranging programme of social events in co-operation with the adult club leaders.

To promote and develop the No Name Club philosophy, aims and objectives the Shannonside No Name Club are holding a Church Gate Collection on Saturday/Sunday 20th and 21st of November

Community support would be greatly appreciated.


The Annual Eddie Carmody Commemoration takes place in Ballylongford this Friday November 29 at 8pm. All are welcome to come a long and honour the patriot.