The Lovely Lady Pageant
Aimee Conron and Niamh Carroll are raising some much needed funds for Scoil Chormaic in Cashel and will hold a Lovely Lady Pageant, a ‘pageant with a twist’ in The Hill Inn, Barrack Street, on Saturday, May 25, starting at 9pm.
With a special guest appearance by Mrs. Brown and a few local lads taking part, you are bound to have a great night. So come along and see if you can recognise any of their beauties?! Lots of spot prize’s on the night!
Cahir Community Lotto
There was no Jackpot winner of the draw that took place on Wednesday, May 15. The draw was witnessed by Eileen Kennedy. The numbers drawn were 1, 5, 6 and 7. There were four lucky dip winners each taking home €25: Michelle O’Dwyer, Eurozone, Cahir; Breda Ryan, Abbey Lodge, Cahir; Jo Clarke, C/o Enterprise Centre; and Anne Kelly, Heywood Heights, Clonmel. Congratulations to all.
The next draw will take place on Wednesday, May 22, in Cahir Day Care Centre at 12 noon. The Jackpot will then be €3,800. Tickets are available in local shops and also at the Enterprise Centre.
Cahir River Search & Rescue
Cahir River Search & Rescue will hold their Annual Church Gate Collection in Cahir this Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26. Your support of this vital community service fundraiser is much appreciated. New members always welcome just call Tony on 0868434583.
Active Retirement Association
The results of “25” Card Game that took place in the McAuley Room on Friday, May 17: 1st with 12 Games were David White and Willie O’Neill. 2nd with 11 Games were Tom O’Mahony, and Tom McGrath. On the Lucky Table were Harry Tobin, Sheila Slattery, Peg Reidy and Agnes Hyland. Raffle: Willie O’Neill and Peg Reidy. The next game will take place on Friday, May 24.
Members will take a trip to Gowran Park Race Course on Sunday, June 23. Details from committee members.
Information regarding Cahir Active Retirement Association may be obtained by contacting The Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0527441892.
Beech Park Notes
Last month’s draw winners were Breda Donoghue, Chi Chi Caplice, Omil and Theresa Keating. It is great to see the first grass cut of the summer and hopefully it’s the first of many. There has been more wrought iron stands put up ready for the hanging baskets. Thanks to residents who have volunteered to look after the watering of the baskets when they are up. We had a clean up on Thursday, May 9, and if everyone could just give a little sweep up and pull any weeds around the front of their houses, it would be a big help.
In Community Games last week, the Cahir under 10 football team played a match in Clerihan, against Clerihan. The Cahir team won the match well. They now qualify for the Semi Finals which will take place in the near future.
Well done to the Cahir under 10 team and good luck in the Semi Finals!
Ballingeary will hold a Gathering in September 2013 of Ballingeary National School pupils from 1900 – 1967. Did you or any member of your family attend Ballingeary National School? Do you have any old photos from school or photos of pupils that attended school there? Have you any memories you would like to share with us. We need to have all information by the end of May if possible. Please contact reunion organisers, Ballingeary I.C.A. on 0527441296, 0879602876 or email email@example.com.
Cahir Farmers Market, welcomes Teresa and Liam McLoughlin to their group of producers who supplies a large selection of fancy cakes and buns. Also John Bales has a large selection of summer bedding plants, shrubs and veg. plants. John is very helpful and gives plenty of advise on planting both flowers and vegetables. Maria pates, Bengurragh chickens, and Pat’s Fresh fish, Keith’s vegs and Trass Apples and jams are also for sale. The Market is in the Castle car park and is open from 9am to 1pm every Saturday.