Field Day 2015

The Field day this years takes place on Sunday, 21st June, in Kilanerin. Proceeds this year will be divided between Kilanerin NS and Ballthomas NS. Raffle tickets are currently available from parents with some great prizes up for grabs.  All the usual stalls will be available on the day and your support would be much appreciated.Read more …

Irish Hospice Foundation – Job notice

The Irish Hospice Foundation is expanding its fundraising team and it is now seeking to appoint experienced, energetic people to raise funds in the local area through a variety of fundraising activities canvassing for donors who are willing to support its work through regular monthly payments.  These positions are self-employed long term. Excellent communication skills are essential for this role which will involve a variety of fundraising activities.  Full training will be provided. For further information contact Mary Tupper on 01 679 3188Read more …

Opportunity Knocks 2015

The Final of Opportunity Knocks takes place on Friday, 27th February, at 7.45pm with the best of the best for 2015 on stage . A great nights entertainment is promised. Your support would be much appreciated. Also on the night the draw will take place for some great prizes including two nights B&B and one evening meal in one of the Talbot Collection Hotels, Dinner for two in Seafield, B&B Arklow Bay Hotel, dinner for two in Amber Spring and many more. Lines are available from committee members or on the night.  Lines cost…Read more …

Whist

Top score at last weeks whist was won by Peg McDonald. First lady was Rosari Gillick second lady was shared by Breda O'Connor and May Murphy, half time lady was Paidi. First gent was shared by Marie Cushe and Noel Carter, third gent as Nancy Forde and half time gent was Jack Gethings. Raffle winners on the night were Paudie Doyle, Keith Bailey and Violet Bailey. Whist continues on Wednesday night at 8.30 p.m. Your support would be much appreciated. Food next week by Eileen and Mary O'Sullivan and serving by Nellie Gethings…Read more …

Opportunity Knocks 2015

Opportunity Knocks continues on Friday night at 7.45 p.m. There are a limited number of places available for Friday 13th and 20th so please contact Helen Whelan at 087 6429291Read more …

Operation Transformation

Another successful week in Operation Transformation a total loss of 3st 11lb was lost well done to all. This week blood pressure checks will be done again by our nurses. Thanks to Jane Hughes and Aileen Mooney who gave an interesting talk on the benefits of Aloe vera products.Read more …

GAA News

Sympathies Sympathies are extended to Patrick, Dermot , John and underage coach, Ray Kelly, and family of Marie Kelly, Tinnock, who passed away last week. Underage First games at underage are getting close with under 10/12 and 14s all participating in the hurling indoor tournaments in Castletown this month. Minor Minor footballers start their fixtures on Sunday, March 1st. Club Lotto There was one match three winner in last weeks Lotto, who receives €200. There was no Jackpot winner so the Jackpot of €9,800 euro (or €14,800 with bonus ball) is carried on…Read more …

ICA Crochet class

Not to late to join in the crochet class on Monday, February 16th, in Kilanerin Hall at 7.30pm. Libby Fortune is set to take this group from beginners to masterclass. Cost €5 per class including a free raffle. Bokwa Stretch and tone classes continue on Tuesday's starting 7pm. Cost €5 for one class or €8 for both.Read more …

Valentines Walk In The Woods

Enjoy the beautiful views from Annagh Hill  on Sunday, 15th February, Woodland and Hill walk leaving The Gap Pub at 2pm. Followed by refreshments (approx. 4pm). Proceeds to GSP Tidy Towns & Heritage Group.Read more …

Whist

First gent at last weeks whist was won by Donal Kavanagh. second gent was Keith Bailey, third gent was Jack Stanley, and half time gent was John Jones. First lady was Alice Gibney. Second lady was Marie Cushe, third lady was Rosari Gillick, and half time lady was Dolores Rapple. Raffle winners on the night were Noel Carter and Alice Gibney X2. Whist continues on Wednesday night at 8.30pm. Food and serving by Norah Jones and Betty DixonRead more …