Tennis coaching every Saturday morning in Monroe at the following times:
7 to 12 year olds: 10 to 11am; Over 12s: 11a.m to 12noon.
New members welcome.
This month’s branch meeting will be held on Monday, May 9 at 8.30 in Phelan’s Halfway Bar, Rathronan. All members 15yrs and over are invited to attend. After the great success of our first Family Trad Session, this will be repeated on Sunday, May 22 from 4-7 p.m. in Phelan’s Halfway Bar. Bring all your family and friends along for an enjoyable evening. To encourage singing amongst our youngers members, we will be starting up singing classes for children on Friday evenings in the back part of SS Peter and Paul’s school, Kickham St, Clonmel, beginnig this week on May 6 from
7.30 to 8.15. €5 per class. Songs in English and in Irish will be taught.
We extend our sympathy to the family of Martina Doyle, especially to her husband Danny, daughter, Margaret, grandson, Darragh, sisters Mary and Tessie, relatives and friends.
AMERICAN TEA PARTY
The American tea party held recently in the Parish made €2000.The proceeds will go towards the cost of the garden of
remembrance that will be erected to the memory of the priests who served in the parish and the religious from the
parish who worked at home and abroad.
Many thanks to the organizers, the hostesses and those who supported the social.
Congratulation to Stephen Keane and Aoife Ruane, who were married in Lisronagh Chruch on Friday.
Congratulations also to Garry Moore and Karen Redmond,who were married in Powerstown Church on Saturday.
We wish both couples a long and happy life together.
We welcome into the Christian community, Hannah Mai Deegan, who was baptised in Powerstown on Saturday, and congratulate her parents Ashley and Leona.
We welcome also into the Christian community, Jack Dylan O’Keeffe who was baptised in Powerstown on Sunday, and congratulate his parents Eoin and Aoife.
Friday next is the first Friday of the month.Mass in Lisronagh on Thursday at 7.30pm. Mass in Powerstown on Friday at 7.30pm
Eucharistic devotion on Friday from 4.00pm to 7.00pm.
Many thanks to all who contributed to the Easter collection for the priests of the parish and diocese. Any remaining Trocaire boxes should be handed in soon.
PILGRIMAGE TO FATIMA
Parish pilgrimage to Fatima and Lisbon coast takes place from 19th to 26th September.
Cost €850 Booking --Susan Phelan-Tel-6121352.
Results of the game on April 19
1st on 12 games John O’Dwyer and Michael Aherne, 2nd., divided between Maisey O’Grady and Kathleen Hallinan and Roseann Carew and Noel White. Table Prize John Lynch and Jerry Kelly.
Results of the game April 26:
1st on 12 games John O’Dwyer & Michael Aherne,
2nd., divided between Maisey O’Grady and Kathleen Hallinan and Roseann Carew and Noel White. Table Prize John Lynch and Jerry Kelly. Game every Tuesday night at 8.30, all welcome.
Winners of the Progressive 25, at Rathkeevin Hall, on Thursday April 21
Winners on 11 games: Chris Noonan and John Costigan.
Sharing 2nd.and 3rd. on 10 games: Andy Hogan and Teddy Dillon; Paddy Franey and David Blissett; Betty Collins and Josie Quinlan; John Donovan and John Buckley; Dick Lonergan and Denis O’Donnell;
On the 19th game: Willie Heffernan and Phyllis Murphy. On the 20th game: Kevin Sweeney and Chris Maher.
Winners of the Progressive 25, at Rathkeevin Hall, on Thursday April 28.
Winners on 12 games: John Costello and Mick O’Dwyer.
Second on 11 games: Alice McCarthy and Nora O’Donnell.
Third on 10 games: Mary Moloney and Phil Hackett.
On the 19th game: Dick Lonergan and Denis O’Donnell.
On the 20th game: Joe Aherne and Peg O’Connell.
Progressive 25 again on Thursday May 5, 2011 at 8.30 pm (sharp).