Moyvane Notes – 5th October, 2002

COMHALTAS: Set dancing classes will resume on Monday evenings at 6pm, and traditional singing classes will resume on Friday evenings at 7pm. Adult set dancing classes will resume on this Wednesday night October 2 at 8.30pm. New members welcome. Next year’s All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil will take place in Clonmel.

Under-21: The game with Duagh was called off last week due to a bereavement in the parish. Players will be notified of the re-fixture. The club extended sympathy to the family of Brendan O’Carroll on their tragic loss.

Juniors – The replay of the intermediate championship game with Asdee is fixed for Sunday October 6 in Tarbert at 2pm. Players are asked to be there in good time.

Moyvane G.A.A. club thanked everybody who supported their race night held in Brosnan’s.

The Thomas Moore Memorial Erection fund collection will be taken up at all Masses next weekend.

The local Moyvane Syndicate’s horse Cloudy Bay won a race at the Listowel Races on Thursday. The prize was E10,000.

Senior Badminton on Monday and Wednesday nights at 9pm. New members very welcome.

A chiropodist will attend the Marian Hall this Saturday between 1.30pm and 5pm.

Registration for the Youth Club will take place in the community centre this Friday at 8pm. All members must be registered by a parent.

Nicholas McAuliffe’s traditional music class will resume in Knockanure School this Thursday at 3.15pm.

Moyvane Development association are preparing for the annual village festival which takes place at the October Bank Holiday weekend. It will feature the Dublin City Ramblers in concert.

The death took place of Jim Hudson, Knockbrane, Lixnaw and late of Kilbaha. His remains were removed to Moyvane Church on Sunday. He was buried in Ahavoher Cemetery following Requiem Mass on Monday last. He is survived by his brother, sister, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

The death took place of Mary (Minnie) Sheehy (nee Collins) Meen, Listowel and late of Ahalahana.