Chernobyl charity night
Art Supple and his band will perform at a fundraising night in aid of Chernobyl Children International’s Carrick-on-Suir Outreach Group
in Mansfield’s Lounge, Mothel on Friday, October 28.
Admission will be €10
Rugby Club quiz
A table quiz run by Carrick-on-Suir Rugby Club will take place in O’Ceallachain’s Pub in Carrick-on-Suir this Friday, October 21 at 9 pm.
The first prize will be four tickets to Munster’s Heineken Cup match vs. Northampton in Thomond Park. All are welcome and we look forward to your support.
Tidy Towns quiz
Ballyneale Tidy Towns Committee is hosting a table quiz in the village this Friday, October 21 at 9pm to raise funds and would greatly appreciate the public’s support.
Members of Rathgormack Ramblers are reminded that the club’s annual general meeting takes place this Thursday, October 20 at 8.30pm in Maudie Kennedy’s Pub, Rathgormack.
A good turnout would be appreciated.
Weather permitting, members head to Co. Wicklow on Saturday, October 22 to climb Lugnaquilla, Leinster’s highest mountain.
The meeting location is Lynham’s Hotel in Laragh, which is about two and a half hours drive from Carrick-on-Suir.
The walk will be 16km long and will take approximately seven hours, so come prepared.
The annual Harvest Thanksgiving Mass in St Nicholas Church will be celebrated at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 29.
92 Club: 1st Betty Moran and Tilly O’Donnell, 2nd Gemma Houlihan and Adrienne Blanco.
Thursday Club: 1st Ita Power and Mairead Phelan, 2nd Phyllis Fogarty and Kitty Lalor, 3rd Gemma Houlihan and Marie Phelan.
Flower Arranging night
Glasha Flower and Garden Society is hosting a Christmas Flower Arranging Demonstration in the Carraig Hotel on Wednesday, November 9 at 8pm. The theme of the demonstration is “The Magic of Christmas”. Admission will cost €10 including raffle, tea and Christmas fare.
All proceeds will go to St. Brigid’s Hospital and the Cystic Fibrosis Association.
Carrick-on-Suir Community Business Centre is taking names for a computer course dealing with the Internet and email.
A wide range of activities can be completed by using the internet and e-mail including looking up your family tree, following a sporting event, renewing library books, buying your motor tax etc.
Places are also available for a computer course for absolute beginners.
For further information please contact Susan at (051) 645588 or 642895 or call to the Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre.