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Clonakenny GAA party night

Clonakenny GAA Club will kick off the Seasonal Festivities with a Christmas Party Night on Saturday 21st December in The Norebrook Lounge Clonakenny.

Tickets are priced at €12.50 which will include admission, 3 course buffet style meal which will be served between 8pm and 9.30pm sharp followed by music from Knee Deep. This promises to be a super nights entertainment with spot prizes and a superb prize for the best dressed Christmas Attire. This promises to be a wonderful nights entertainment and the perfect way to get into the festive spirit so Ladies and Gentlemen get the Christmas glad rags on and get your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Admission is by ticket only and tickets can be bought by contacting 0863260996. Let your email find you with BlackBerry from Vodafone.

Roscrea Musical Society

In June of this year a comprehensive history of the Society was produced. The book called d’Opera was edited by George Cunningham and it gives a very detailed account of the Society from its foundation in 1940 up to last years show which was ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’. Our senior citizens from Roscrea and surrounding areas have really enjoyed the book as it has rekindled great memories for them. The huge amount of captioned photographs and other memorabilia has added to the enjoyment. Last week the chairman of the Society Andrew Walsh and joint treasurer Seamus Mullaney visited the nursing homes in the area and presented them with a few copies of the book. We hope that the residents some who are former members of the Society enjoy it. A small number of the paperback editions are on sale in the local shops over the Christmas period at a reduced cost of 10 euro. This will make a nice Christmas present to someone but especially to Roscrea people away from home. The Society wishes all our supporters a very happy Christmas

Timber Auction

The Annual Rugby Club timber auction will take place in the Club grounds on December 14th at 11.30 am. All are welcome.

 
 
 

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