Parish Dance in Summerhill Hotel
Published 26/02/2014 | 05:22
THE KILMACANOGUE Parish Fund Raising Dinner Dance will take place in the Summerhill Hotel in Enniskerry this Saturday (1st) at 8pm.
Music on the night will be provided by "Wicklow Man".
There are still a few tickets available at €25 each and can be purchased at Parish Office and your kind support would be very much appreciated.
All proceeds from this fundraiser go towards the cost of repairs and maintenance of parish property and there are still a few tickets left.
MARY WANTS VOLUNTEERS FOR DAFFODIL DAY
DAFFODIL DAY in Ireland has become a great success over the past few years and in Kilmacanogue, one of their very best ambassadors is our own Mary Molloy.
Their main Fundraising day is nearly upon us again and Mary is looking for volunteers to help support this great cause on 28th March.
Mary always gets great help from her family and friends and fantastic support from the community so if you can lend a few hours of your time or help in any way, please give Mary a ring on 085-1541103.
GOLF SOCIETY PLANING TRIP TO HEADFORT
THE 2014 SEASON is just about to start for the members of the Glencormac Inn Golf Society under the Captain Chris "Kit" O'Neill.
The first outing is pencilled in for the 8th March in Headfort Golf Club in Kells, Co. Meath and Green Fees must be paid by this Sunday night (2nd) at the very latest and tee times will be drawn then.
BALLINASTOE TUG OF WAR CLUB TRAINING RETURNS
AFTER A Very successful 2013, the Ballinastoe Tug of War Club is pleased to announce they are starting back training soon.
They have both men and ladies teams and if you are interested in getting fit and taking up a team sport for the new year, they would love to see you.
Everyone is welcome and if you would like more information, please contact Ed Fox on 086-1693109.
KILMAC SENIORS PIPPED BY DONARD IN LEAGUE OPENER
THE GAA season finally got under way on Sunday morning last as the Senior team travelled to Donard in a Division One League clash.
The game was a very tight affair throughout with Kilmacanogue just losing out to their hosts on a 1-07 to 0-9 scoreline.
The turning point came just before the break when Kilmacanogue were reduced to 14 players for two bookable offences but they battled away and came away disappointed they did not win the game.
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