Moyvane Notes – 5th July, 2005

The Annual Collection for the Sick and Retired Priests’ of the diocese of Kerry will be taken up next  week-end, July  9th / 10th at all Masses,

Bus to Knock on  16th July contact 49580.

Phone Kiosk : There is to be a new single unit phone kiosk installed in the village to replace  the old Kiosk. It is hoped to be installed within the next few weeks.

Many thanks to all  those who supported our annual collection for M. S. on  last week-end.  Total collected was €679.67.

The Moyvane Charity Walk takes  place on Tuesday 26th July in aid of the local  St.  Vincent De Paul and Abhaile Respite (which caters for Nano Nagle  children  and their parents).  Sponsorship cards  available from Jill McCarthy, Sports Officer

JUNIORS   Moyvane defeated Ballyheigue in the Urban league on Fri. night last.  That was our final game and it looks like we are not going to reach the playoff.   Our next football will be in a few weeks in the Barrett Cup.
MINORS   Moyvane play Tarbert in Tarbert on Thurs. night at 8pm.   All players are asked to be in good time.
STAND    Roofing of the stand has now been completed and it is hoped to have it opened soon.  We are still asking people to be careful around the area until all the ground work has been completed.

UNDER 14     Moyvane are playing Tarbert in Moyvane on Wed. night at 7.30pm.   This is the final round of the league

UNDER 16   Moyvane play Gneegevguilla in Moyvane on Mon. at 8pm. in the County league.

TEE SHIRTS   Moyvane G.A.A. tee shirts are on sale from the secretary Teddy Keane at 15 Euro each.  We have them in all sizes so support your club and wear your colours at get good value as well

BLOTTO    The G.A.A. ask their supporters and players to help sell more blotto as we are totally depending on its income for to run the club.

Old Story : This man after spending many years in America decided to return to his homeland to retire, he visited relatives and he asked his relatives would there be an suitable place for him to stay in his retirement. So the man’s relatives decided that he could stay with them and that they would look after him. He had a large old fashioned trunk which he left in his bedroom, he used to say there was something in the trunk for a rainy day. So within two years of his return he passed away, after his funeral the relatives rushed home to open the trunk and only to discover  an umbrella in the trunk.