Busy days for teen dreamers
Published 20/12/2012 | 20:50
THE CDYS Teenage Dreamers have been extremely busy for the last couple of weeks, taking part in painting projects and art competitions.
CDYS Teenage Dreamers girls group were delighted to take part in the 'Life Path' Labyrinth, located in the Gilbert Centre.
The girls painted a concrete slab with things that are important to them on their own personal life journey.
This project gave the girls a great opportunity to reflect on their own life journeys so far.
The group also took part in Youth Work Ireland national ' Nollaig' Christmas card competition.
All the entries from the girls were outstanding with Amy Begley winning her category of the 16 – 18 year olds.
Amy drew a Christmas Tree, wishing everybody a happy Christmas in different languages. ONE of Mallow's longest seving school teachers passed away at Cramers Court Nursing Home in Belgooly on Wednesday, December 12.
Richard (Dick) Woods worked for many years as teacher at St. Patrick's Boys School in Mallow where he beacme principal before retirement.
He was also very much involved in
MARY MCDONNELL (LOWE) RIP ONE of Mallow's most lovable characters died at Nazareth House on Thursday, December 13.
Mary McDonnell Lowe from Sandfield Terrace came from a very popular Mallow family. Mary loved her game of cards and a bet on the horses.
She is predeceased by her husband
GEORGE STAPLETON RIP THE death took place on Saturday, December 8 at Cork University Hospital of George Stapleton.
George lived with his family at Rockbrook Lawn and he is survived by his wife Pauline, sons George and Kieran,
MARIE WINCH RIP THE death occured of Mary Winch at her home at Newberry Grove, Dromahane on Monday, singing and drama.
Some years ago a new school library was opened and named in his honour.
He is survived by his family, relatives and friends.
Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. Finbarr's (South) Church on Friday, December 14 at 11.30am with burial afterwards to St. Finbarr's Cemetery.
To the Woods Family we extend our sincere sympathy.
Mass celebrations were led by Fr. Michael Leader who spoke in detail about Shane and his life and times. Former Mallow priest Fr Micheàl O Loingsigh was also present as was Fr. Winkle.
Members of the Mullally family took part in the Mass, bringing gifts to the altar and performing the readings. His many friends formed a guard of honour during his funeral.
The well known anthen ' You'll Never Walk Alone ' was sung as the coffin December 10.
Formerly from St Joseph's Road, Marie is survived by her relatives and friends.
Her burial to take place was shouldered from the Church.
Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. Mary's Church on Saturday, December 15 at 12 noon with burial later in St. Joseph's Cemetery.
Shane is survived by his parents Jerry and Geraldine (nèe Kelleher) sisters Niamh (Mullins) and Aisling, grandmother Josie, aunts Babs, Rose and Katherine, relations and a large circle of friends. To the Mullally family we express our deep condolence. John and susrvived by her son Michael, daughters Consepta and Noreen, relations and many friends.
Requiem Mass was celebrated in the Church of the Resurrection on Sunday, December 16 at 12 noon with burial later in St. Gobnait's Cemetery.
To the Lowe family we send our sincere sympathy. daughter Elaine, brothers Tobias, Clem and Jimmy, realtions and friends.
Requiem Mass was celebrated in the Church of the Resurrection on Wednesday, December 12 at 12 noon with burial later in St. Gobnait's Cemetery.
To the Stapleton family we extend our deepest sympathy. to St. Joseph's Cemetery on Wednesday, December 11.
To her relatives and friends we extend our sincere condolences.