CONTACT email@example.com MARIAN HALL BLOTTO There was still no winner of the Jackpot last Thursday night. Numbers drawn were 1 11 12 21. Lucky Dips: E100 Jean Wrenn, Tournafulla. E50 Hannah Pearse, Woodgrove. E20 each: Norella & Philomena Molyneaux, Knockanure. Eddie Flaherty, Moyvane Bingo. Kitty Griffin, Tarbert. Dan Lyons, Derry. M. & P. O'Connor, Saleen House. Free Tickets: Bernie Stack, Rusheen, Ballylongford. Liz Kennelly, Lacca, Lisselton. Kay Mulvihill, Moyvane. Maura Lynch, Dirha East, Listowel. Noel Mulvihill, Barragougeen. Next draw at Bingo Thursday, November 04. This month's Jackpot is E11,500. BINGO Now that the long nights are here you could enjoy a night's entertainment at Bingo in the Marian Hall. The prize money is good, there is E4,075 there to be won EVERY Thursday night. Bingo starts at 8.30. VILLAGE FESTIVAL The committee of the Development Association would like to say a huge "Thank You" to everyone who helped to make this year's Festival the biggest and best yet. Without you, the sponsors and you, the people who attended the various events this could not happen. Take a bow. The village lights were organised by Eddie Sheehy and Jer Keane provided the street music. Pat Leahy, Mayor of Kerry officially opened the Festival on a beautiful clear night with lanterns floating into the night sky to celebrate the occasion and An Striolan Ceile Band entertained the crowd. The Inter Pub talent competition saw lots of local talent and Kearney's bar won the Perpetual Trophy. Congratulations to Mairead & Toddy and all involved. The committee, with FAS and the RSS members decorated the Marian Hall and created a festive theme for the Boro Buffet on Saturday night. Noreen Kennelly surpassed herself and served up the best meal yet ably assisted by the local ICA ladies and the junior committee. The Ritz in London couldn't have done better. On Sunday the weather was kind to the Vintage Rally, which was by far the biggest to date. The new venture, the Craft Fair and Country Market, had over 25 exhibits, more than the committee expected. The first ever Dog Show organised by Anita Kardol had over 50 entries, there were canines of every shape and size enjoying the attention. The donations bucket was well supported by everyone and rightly so as the Kerry General Palliative Unit is a place that provides care and support in our own area which is so important. On Sunday night the concert in the Marian Hall saw an array of local talent that was mind boggling and once again it shows us that things haven't changed and our young people are still out there ready to get involved locally and show their talents. Tom Moore acted as MC and entertained the crowd with his usual humour. On the night two special people were honoured for their high profile roles, Noreen McEvoy as President of the Kerry Federation of the ICA and Councillor Pat Leahy as Mayor of Kerry. The Hunt on Monday brought out over 70 horses and again the weather was kind. The crowd had lots of entertainment on the day with Darragh O'Shea signing his book for fans in Brosnan's Bar and the football match in the afternoon which saw a huge crowd turn out and again this event provided funds for a number of worthy causes, the Nano Nagle School, Listowel, Kerry Friends & Parents Association, Listowel and the Shane Healy Fund, Glin. The weekend wrapped up with The Rambling House in Brosnan's Bar. Once again thank you all for your support, it is much appreciated. See you all again next year. If you or your relatives abroad would like to see pictures of the weekend log in to www.moyvane.com <http://www.moyvane.com> . MOYVANE GAA Moyvane will meet Ballydonoghue for the third time in Round 1 of the North Kerry Championship in Listowel on Sunday, November 7 at 2:30pm. On Sunday, October 03 the teams drew only scoring 5 points each. They next met on Sunday, October 24 with a completely different scoreline. After extra time and 150 minutes of football they were deadlocked at 213 each. This Sunday is the decider so Good Luck lads, go one better this time. U16: Moyvane lost out to Beale in the North Kerry Championship Division 2 semi final on Sunday last on a final score of Moyvane 2-4, Beale 37. SCÓR NA NÓG: Moyvane have four acts taking part in the North Kerry Final of Scór na nÓg in Asdee on Saturday, November 6 at 7:00pm. Best of Luck to Liam Corridan (Solo Singing), Shea Leahy (Recitation), Liam Corridan, Dylan Quinn and Donnacha O'Connor (Quiz) and Lisa Mulvihill, Rachel O'Gorman, Lisa Mulvihill and Liam Corridan (Ballad Group) from all in Moyvane GAA. CLUB LOTTO: There was no winner of this week's Jackpot of E5,600. Numbers drawn were 5 10 22 23. Lucky Dips: E40.00 each Maureen Lynch c/o Eamon Fitzmaurice, Alan Kennelly c/o Pat Scanlon, Joe Lee c/o N.C.W GAA, Maurice Kearney, Kilbaha and Elizabeth Moody, 23 Woodgrove, Moyvane. Next week's Jackpot is E5,800 and the draw will be held in Enright's Bar on Sunday, November 7 at 10:00pm. ICA - A County Celebration Evening will be held at Ballygarry House Hotel, Tralee on Sunday December 12. All are welcome especially former members. Contact any ICA member for more details. The Annual Mass for deceased members of ICA and their families will be held in the Marian Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday, November 9. You are all welcome to attend this Mass. PARISH NOTES Masses for the week. Wednesday, November 03 Moyvane 9.15am For the People of the Parish. Thursday, November 04 Knockanure 7.30pm November Intentions. Friday, 05 Moyvane 7.30pm Fr. John Shine. Saturday, 06 Moyvane 7.30pm Tim O'Connor, Inchamore & Sligo. Sunday, 07 Knockanure 10.00am Batt (Bub) Flavin. Moyvane 11am Private Intention. SOCIAL DAY for the Active Retirement group takes place in the Knockanure Community Centre on Monday, November 08. Anybody wishing to attend, please contact the secretary Mary at 068 49799 or 087 7528626 between 9.30am & 1.00pm Monday to Friday. AEROBICS & Body Conditioning Classes at Knockanure Community Centre, continuing on Wednesday, November 03 from 8 to 9pm. Exercise to music, build your fitness and tone key areas at the same time. Funfast fitness for all levels. Contact Maggie 087 9866533. A PHYSIOTHERAPIST attends Knockanure Community Centre weekly on Tuesday and Thursday. This Clinic is a branch of First Step Rehabilitation Centre in Patrickswell. For more information or to make an appointment ring Sentil on 087 7777600 or 061 320330 or 068 49799. OPEN EVENING & Enrolment for September 2011 in the Presentation Secondary School, Listowel on Wednesday November 03, 2010 from 5pm to 8pm. For further information, please contact the School Secretary at 068 21452.
NORTH KERRY PRIMARY TEAMS in conjunction with the Listowel Food Fair are holding a screening morning between 10am & 1pm on Friday, November 05 in the Listowel Arms Hotel. Free blood pressure recording, random blood sugar levels and lifestyle information including mental wellbeing will be offered. All are welcome.
WEDDINGS There were two weddings recently. James Walsh, Barragougeen, son of John & Marie married Fiona Kelly, Feale Drive, Listowel. Fiona is daughter of Sean & Marie Kelly. Fr. Declan O'Connor officiated at the ceremony in St Mary's Church, Listowel. Best Man was Pat Walsh and groomsman was John Joe Walsh, both brothers of the groom. Bridesmaids were Yvonne Hunt & Theresa Gallagher, flowergirl was Ella Gallagher & pageboy was Darragh Walsh. The reception was held in The Carlton Hotel, Tralee. Joachim Woods, Knockanure married Sabrina Waugh of Bandon. He is son of Ann & Jerry Woods, Knockanure and Sabrina is daughter of Rita & John Waugh. The couple were married by Fr. Tim O'Connor in St. Patrick's Church, Bandon. Best Man was Michael Woods and groomsmen were Diarmuid & Donnchadh Woods, all brothers of the groom. Bridesmaids were Tina McCarthy, Sylvia Waugh & Martina Reynolds. Junior bridesmaids were Pauline Woods & Donna McCarthy. Flowergirls were Alicia & Leona Waugh and pageboys were Daniel & Leon Waugh. The reception was held in the Dromhall Hotel, Killarney. CEILI: West Limerick Set Dancing Club Ceili will be held in the Convent Hall, Abbeyfeale on Sunday, November 7 at 4:00pm. Music is by Matt Cunningham. Teas will be served and everyone is welcome for a good afternoon of set dancing.