St Cualan’s Senior Citizens Christmas Party
The St Cualan’s Senior Citizens Committee – Angela McSherry, Teresa Stapleton, Nora Delaney, Fr. Nicholas J. Irwin, Frances Kennedy and Margaret Kelly
St Cualan’s Senior Citizens held their annual Christmas party in the Community Centre on Sunday last 4th December. The event commenced with the celebration of Mass by our chairperson Fr. Nicholas J Irwin CC. Our local choir enhanced the liturgy with their traditional hymns and Christmas carols.
Santa Claus greeted our party-goers with a hug and a present at the Community Centre. At this point we would like to say thanks to our old Santa Mick Small for all the fun, laughter and “craic” he has given over the past twenty one years and we wish him well. Thanks to our new Santa Phil Maher for his willingness to help out on the day. This is a great day for our senior citizens to exchange greetings and to reflect on the past year. It was a great evening and it was wonderful to have all our friends turn up for such a great party.
Thanks to Ger Devaney and his team for such delicious food. As usual Phil Maher and John Maher our loyal friends provided the music. They were also joined by the Kavanagh family, Borrisoleigh ballad group and of course Mary Ryan, John McGrath and Mai Ryan entertained us with their singing.
A special word of thanks to all the Committee members and to all the sponsors who come up trumps every year.
We wish you all a very holy, happy and peaceful Christmas and every good wish for the New Year 2012.
Eddie and Mary being greeted by Santa
Phil actin de Mick!
Borrisoleigh Scór Ballad Group entertain St Cualan’s Senior Citizens at their Christmas Party
The Kavanagh Siblings display their musical talent to an appreciative audience
A fan in the making! Go Johnny go go go!!! Johnny be good!
Flowers for the birthday girl – Happy Birthday Nora!
Jack, John and Mick on the hard stuff!
Mary and Fr. Liam are on song at the Christmas Party
Jack, PJ, Dr Joan and Sarah enjoying the atmosphere at the St. Cualan’s Christmas Party
The happy couple cut the cake while John and Mai do their party piece
Book now to attend the 50th International Eucharistic Congress
Bookings to attend the 50th International Eucharistic Congress are live on www.iec2012.ie You can book for 7 days, for 3 days or for a single day. You can decide to come as an individual, as a family or as a group. Clergy bookings are live as well. Do not leave it to the last minute! Read more about the different possibilities of booking for the Congress and book now at www.iec2012.ie
These sessions will run Tuesday to Thursday from 1pm to 3.30pm. We will continue our morning sessions as per usual.
We will start on Tuesday January 17th.
If you would like your child to attend the afternoon session or you want more information you can contact Fiona on 0872169150.
Borrisoleigh Community and Development Association would like to sincerely thank all the individuals and organisations who contributed articles to our inaugural publication. The Annual will be launched on Thursday the 15th December in the Marian Hall at 8 p.m. followed by a cheese and wine reception. The Annual will be on sale on the night for €7.
Willie Stapleton of Knockanevin RIP
The death occurred on Saturday 3rd December of Willie Stapleton of Knockanevin. His Funeral Mass took place in the Sacred Heart Church Borrisoleigh on Monday 6th December with burial in St. Brigid’s Cemetery. We offer our deepest sympathies to his family and friends. May he rest in peace.
Victorious u11 Football Sevens Team
St. Patrick’s BNS U-11 footballers had a great win over Corville NS in the u-11 Football Sevens recently. Following an exciting game the Borrisoleigh lads emerged victorious on a scoreline of 5-04 to 2-03. Well done to all concerned!
We’ve got that winning feeling!
Delight at the final whistle!
Celebrating with some of our supporters
More action from the match
Club merchandise is available next Saturday 10th. December in the pavilion between 11am. to 1pm. or contact 087 9439531. There is a 10% discount on all items. New gear bags also available.
The Club extends its deepest sympathies to the family and relatives of Willie Stapleton who passed away last week-end. Ar dheis de go raibh a anam dilis.
Congratulations and well done to all involved in the novelty act competition in the parish final of Scór na nÓg with the winning novelty act entitled ‘Celebrity Winning Streak’
Numbers: 6, 17, 20, 26
No Jackpot Winner
Match 3 Winners
Mary Walsh, Chapel Street
Nancy Bowe, Rathdowney
Liam Cairns c/o Bingo
Next Week’s Lotto Jackpot
Thursday 1st December
Jackpot: €17,200(Not won)
Numbers: 4, 18, 28, 30
€50 Lucky Dip winners:
Noreen Young, c/o Clodagh
Liam Quinlan, Kilcommon
Chris O’Brien, c/o Gleeson’s
Rosaleen Finnerty, Cashel
John & Geraldine Walsh, Pallas Street
Marie Bancroft, c/o Noelie Maher
Melissa Ryan, c/o Clodagh Bar
Miriam McCormack, c/o Coffey’s
Next draw: Thursday 8th December in Young’s of Latteragh
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Pic of the Past… down memory lane
Carey Family, Kilfithmone
Back: Paddy, Kathy and Tom Ryan, Springfield
Front: Mary, Pat, Bill and Johnny
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