Moyvane Notes – 29th January, 2005


Unfortunately we are no longer in a position to allow groups to participate in sporting activities in the hall on a casual basis. All activities carried on in the centre must now be covered by specific insurance polices. Patrons must be members of a club or society, which holds a current Public Liability Insurance Policy. A copy of this current insurance policy must be presented to the committee prior to making bookings from February 1. We regret any inconvenience but we are forced to implement the instructions of our insurers. Any queries to members of the hall committee.


A chiropodist will attend the Marian Hall on Saturday January 29 at 1pm. Contact Eileen Quinn 068-49472 for appointment.


A night of story telling will be held in St John’s Heritage Centre, Listowel on Friday, February 4th at 8.30pm, in aid of the tsunami disaster fund. Tickets €10. All proceeds to the Irish Red Cross. Bookings telephone (068) 22566.


St Michael’s College’s Enrolment and Open Night is on this Thursday 7.30-9.30pm. A limited number of places is available.


The marriage took place last Friday of Emer Horan, Aughrim and Alan Kidney, Limerick at the Church of the Assumption, Moyvane. The reception was in Limerick


Health & Fun Walk on Sunday January 30 at Newtownsandes Co-Op at 2pm. Six mile, over the Glin Road and back via Lower Aughrim. All are welcome.


Michael J O’Connor won the Division 1 & 2 handicap tournament in Tralee last week. Eileen Roche was finalist in Division 5.


A large crowd turned out for the charity headshave in Hanrahan’s All Star Bar Moyvane last Saturday, in remembrance of the late Michelle Foley. All proceeds from the event will go the tsunami fund in honour of Michelle Foley’s hope of working as a volunteer to help the victims of the tidal wave, a desire that was sadly never realised in life.


The AGM of the Fianna Fail Cumann will be in the Marian Hall this Friday at 8.30pm.


The death took place recently of Jack Lynch, The Garage, Moyvane. Born in Gortdromagowna, he was 59 years of age. His remains were removed to Moyvane Church on Wednesday last, and he was buried in Ahavoher Cemetery following Requiem Mass last Thursday. He is survived by his wife Mary, sons Sean and Paul, brothers, sisters, and extended family and friends.