Whist - Results from the Legion Hall on Wednesday, 15th May. Top Score, Nora Sullivan, Top Lady, Jean Hayes, Top Gent, Martin Delaney, First Half, Thady Maher, Second Half, Mary Fox, Quarters, 1st Frances Benn, 2nd Teresa King, 3rd Kathleen Kelly and Eddie Guest, 4th Josie Whelan. Raffle, Kit Madden, Martin Delaney. Whist continues each Wednesday night at 8 p.m.
Progressive 45 - Prizewinners from the Dunkerrin Community Centre on Friday night, 17th May. Tops, Annie Shelly and Joe Bolger, Second, John Butler and Denis Carroll, First Six, Jim and Maura Campion, Last Six, Sean Hall and Joe McAuliffe, Last game, Philip O’Meara and Martin Daly, Bonus Prize, Dan Greed and Martin Murray. Cards each Friday night at 8.15 p.m.
Bereaved - Sympathy is extended to the families of the following on their recent bereavements, Freddie Burke, Toomevara; Josie Comerford, Borrisokane,; Ann Gough (nee Kenny), Borrisoleigh; Margaret (Gretta) Muldoon, England (sister of Teresa Coonan, Moneygall). May they all rest in peace.
Confirmation - Congratulations and God’s blessing for the future to the young adults who received their Confirmation in Dunkerrin Church on Sunday last, 19th May, Aisling Carroll, Rachel Earley, Brianna Troy, Ailis Ryan, Rachel O’Dwyer, Peter Maher, Jack Bolger, Emma Carey, Emily McNamara, Grace Maher, Aedamar Flaherty, Fergal Ryan, David Egan.
Defibrillator Group - By now most households in the parish will have received a letter and envelope with regard to the purchase of defibrillators for our parish. We would appreciate any contribution towards the cost to help fund these life saving devices. We appeal to you to give whatever you can and leave into either of the Post Offices. All donations are anonymous.
Social Services - Annual Mass on Wednesday, 29th May in Dunkerrin at 7.30 p.m. The Sacrament of the Sick will be administered, Teas, refreshments and music in the Hall afterwards. Please come and meet old friends.
Dunkerrin Parish Reaching Out - Meeting in Dunkerrin Parish House on this Thursday, 23rd May at 8.30 p.m. We ask all members to attend please.
Plaque Erected - Sean Kenny, Loughaun has kindly erected a plaque on the house where Kate Shelly was born at the Four Roads, Loughaun to commemorate this great woman, who was the first woman in the U.S.A. to have both a bridge and a train named after her. So come along and hear the story on Tuesday, 28th May in Moneygalll at 8 p.m.