Moyvane Notes – 2nd February 2015

There was no winner of last Thursday night’s Jackpot so it now goes up to €17,000, by far the biggest Jackpot ever. The numbers drawn were 12   13   15   23. Lucky Dips: €100 Fiona Kennelly, Ahalahana, Moyvane. €50 Linda Scanlon, Leitrim West, Moyvane. €20 each: Mary Lyons, Derry, Listowel. Leonard Evans, Listowel. Robert Hanrahan, Kilbaha West, Moyvane. Joan Pat Manaher, Athea. Helen Smith, Athea. Free Tickets: Mary Daughton, Duagh. Nicola Scanlon, c/o Geraldine Scanlon, Holly’s Gala, Moyvane. Michael O’Connor, Tarbert. Mike Lynch, Taxi, c/o Eileen Cronin. Kathleen Shanahan, Kilbaha, Moyvane. Next draw, this Thursday night, March 5th at Bingo in the Marian Hall.
On Wednesday last the Division 4 mixed team defeated Kingdom 5-2. The team was Denise Collins, Krystle Crowley, Michelle Corridan, Eileen McCarthy, Jamie Elliot, Felix Reali, Padraig Kearney and John Newman. Munster Brewster Cup was  played in Killarney on Sunday and Cork proved too strong for the Kerry team, winning 5-4 in the final so Kerry had to settle for Silver medals. Moyvane players on the team were Elaine Hudson and Michael J. O’Connor.
Congratulations to the pupils from Murhur N.S. who all gave wonderful performances in the North Kerry Scór na bPáisti Final last Sunday.  Along with four first places and two second places, the Moyvane Group were named “Overall Best Club” in the competition and the Shield was accepted by Club Scór Officer Tara Mulvihill.  A special word of thanks to Principal Mary Madden who gave access to the school and organised the pupils costumes and to the parents who brought the children to and from pratice.  Well done to all.  Best of luck to all who will compete in Knocknagoshel on Sunday, March 8th. 
Moyvane ICA will hold a Healthy Eating Demonstration with Sid on Tuesday, March 10th at 7.30pm sharp at the Marian Hall.  Admission is free. Raffle on the night. There will be an ICA meeting before the demonstration.
Fresh fish is now on sale every Thursday in Moyvane between 9am and 12.30pm outside the Post Office.
Mike’s Solo Band will perform at the monthly Afternoon Tea Dance in Fr. Casey’s, Abbeyfeale on Sunday, March 8th.  Dancing from 3pm-6pm. Teas served.  Raffle.  Admission €5.  This is a fundraiser for Abbeyfeale’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
A fundraiser for Abbeyfeale’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place at Cryle View Bar, Church St. (recently taken over by J. D. Harnett) on Friday, March 13th at 9pm. Tables of 4 will cost €20. Your support to help keep our Parade going will be greatly appreciated.
The very successful second annual pampering day is booked for the Devon Inn on Sunday, March 22nd from 3pm-6pm and will make a wonderful gift idea for Mother’s Day and birthdays. Demonstrations on hair and makeup, mother and daughter photo booth and a fashion show are among some of the events planned for the afternoon. MC for the afternoon will be Caroline Cuddy of Style by Caroline, who will give live demonstrations and plenty of advice to all attending.  Tickets at just €10 are available from the Festival office at Mary Dan G’s, the Devon Inn and Leen’Ns Hotel.  Follow us on Gather by the Feale facebook page, twitter @GatheringAfeale, our blog or our webpage
  • Weds. 4th, 7pm – John Holly (Stations of the Cross after Mass)
  • Thurs. 5th, 7.30pm – Sr. Ita Leahy who died recently in San Rafael, California and formerly of The Millstream Abbeyfeale
  • Fri. 6th, Moyvane, 7.30pm – Peggy Wallace, Lower Aughrim
  • Sat. 7th, Moyvane, 7.30pm – Michael Flynn
  • Sun. 8th, Knockanure, 1oam – Betty Goulding
  • Sun. 8th, Moyvane, 11am – Con & Bridie Flaherty, Tubbertoureen
  • Mon. 9th – No Mass
  • Tues. 10th, Moyvane, 7.30pm – Margaret & Michael Mulvihill


Christina O’Gorman of St. Patrick’s Terrace, Tarbert died unexpectedly during the week. Sympathy is extended to her son, Eddie and the O’Gorman Family.

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