The 17th edition of the annual Tinryland Parish magazine Reaching Out is another highly worthwhile read.
Among the prominent articles in the 36 page magazine is an interesting historical account by Liam Byrne on Tinryland Parish Curates and Priests from the time of Fr. Dunny took up his appointment in 1940 up to the present day, Emma Deane's feature on the evolution of Tinryland Park and Jim Deane's detailed piece on the former Tinney Park House. This years production also includes Cormac Breathnach's participation in the President's "Being Young and Irish" initiative to Brendan Hayden's interview for the GAA Oral History Project.
Reaching out 2012 is on sale for €5 at Deanes shop in Tinryland and Barrack St. Carlow and at the church after Sunday and weekday Masses and is sure to sell out quickly.
SENIOR CITIZENS PARTY
The Annual Tinryland Senior Citizens Party will take place on Sunday Jan 13th 2013 in Tinryland GFC Rathcrogue. Lunch will be served at 2 pm followed by entertainment. Anyone wishing to attend should give their name to anyone of the following: May Byrne (9146193) Josie Kelly (0878324656) Marie Byrne (9146238) Nan Farrell (9146239) Jenny Byrne or Maureen Byrne (086815268)
John Hogan in concert at the Dolmen Hotel on Saturday January 26th, in aid of "Make a wish foundation". Doors open 9pm. Admission €10. Tickets available in Jim Deane's shop and the Dolmen Hotel. This event has been organised by the "Night Owls" who will be supporting John on the night. "