Contact email@example.com MARIAN HALL BLOTTO: Results for Thursday, August 23. Numbers drawn were: 3 6 28 30. Lucky Dips: €100 Mike Joe Cronin, Mail Road Cross. €50 Brian & kate, Old Forge, Glin Road, Moyvane. €20 each: P. J. Hennessy, Billerough, Listowel. Elan, Listowel. Anthony McCarthy, St. Mary's, Dromerin, Listowel. Bridie Wren, Tarmons, Moyvane. Eileen & Marie Greaney, Ballygologue Park, Listowel. Free Tickets:Margaret Shine, Moyvane Village. Mary, Kevin, Darragh & Sasha Healy, Ballylongford. Jose Mulvihill, Blanemore, Ballylongford. Shannon Walsh, Lyreacrompane. T. Greaney, Ardagh, Co. Limerick. This week's Jackpot is €9,500 and the draw will be held at Bingo in the Marian Hall on Thursday night.
Don't forget your local Bingo in The Marian Hall this Thursday night as usual. Last week the total prize money won was €3,225. Betty Kilkenny, Glin spun the wheel and won €800. It could be you this week and you could win €2,000.
The Senior Badminton club reopens for the season on Monday, September 03 at 8pm. Anyone over 16yrs and of any level of ability welcome.
KILLEANEY/MOYVANE SOCCER CLUB
New season registration for U8s and U10s boys and girls will take place next Sunday, September 02 from 1pm to 2pm in the Marian Hall. Children born 2003 and 2004 are under 10s and children born in 2005 or later are under 8s.
For further information contact Dermot on 0874109569. Killeaney grounds are only 10 minutes from Moyvane.
IRISH HEART FOUNDATION
Annual Church Gate Collection will take place on Saturday, September 08 & Sunday 09 at all Masses.
MASSES FOR THE WEEK
Wednesday, August 29, Moyvane 7.30pm Fr. John O'Flaherty & the deceased members of the O'Flaherty Family. Thursday, August 30 Moyvane 9.30am Private Intention. Friday, August 31 Private House Mass. Saturday, September 01 Mass in Moyvane at 7.30pm for Liam Lynch and the deceased members of the Byrne & Lynch Families. Sunday, September 02 Knockanure 10.00am Martin & Mary O'Mahoney, Ballydonoghue. Moyvane 11.00am John Collins & the deceased members of the Collins Family.
The parish was rocked last week by two deaths in the townland of Kilbaha, one after a brief illness and the other rather suddenly. Sean Nelligan, a native of Abbeyfeale, passed away on Saturday, August 18 in Kerry General Hospital at the age of 65. A teacher in Abbeyfeale for 42 years, Sean retired in 2011 and became a full time farmer until the time of the onset of his illness at the end of April. His funeral was one of the biggest seen in Moyvane for quite some time. Sean is survived by his wife of 37 years Stacia Hanrahan, his daughters Brid (Paris), Miriam (Athea) and son Gearoid (London), grandchildren, sister and brothers.The death of John Hudson, aged 59, was quite unexpected. His funeral took place on Monday, August 20 with funeral Mass on Tuesday in the Church of the Assumption, Moyvane. He is survived by Olivia, his son Jack, sisters and brothers. Both burials were in Ahavoher Cemetery. Sincere sympathy is extended to both families. May they rest in peace.