Kilcornan Notes November 27, 2017

November 28, 2017

LOTTO: The results for November 25. The Jackpot was not won. Lucky dips to; Megan Walsh, Paddy and Margaret Ivess, Eimer Madigan and David Dolan.  Next week's jackpot will be €3,500. If you wish to buy lotto tickets, please contact any of the following: Liam Meade, Katherine Maher or John Nealon who will organise tickets for you.  €2 each or €20 to be included for 10 weeks, €50 for half year or €100 for full year. Tickets are also on sale at the Beer Garden  in Kildimo.

 

CHURCH NEWS: Minister of the Word for Saturday December, 2 is Edel O'Connell, and for Sunday December, 3 is Kathleen Kelly.  Ministers of the Eucharist are Shelia O'Hara and Kathleen Hayes for Saturday. Helen Meade and Ita O'Shaughnessy for Sunday.


COFFEE MORNING: Edel O'Connell and friends are hosting a coffee morning in the Rehab Care Centre, Parnell Street, Limerick, near the Railway Station, on this coming Friday December, 1 from 11am until 3pm. The proceeds are going to friends of Edel who have qualified for the Special Olympics in Dublin on December 14. If you are in Limerick on the day maybe you might support this fundraiser or contact Edel at 0872605353.

 

TIDY TOWNS ACTION GROUP:

Kilcornan Tidy Towns Action Group Endeavour Award:
The awards for the Mid West and South West region for the Supervalu Tidy Towns competition 2017 were presented in the Hotel Woodstock in Ennis last Friday at which Kilcornan received the Endeavour Award for County Limerick. The awards are in association with Fáilte Ireland and the Department of Rural and Community Development and were presented by Minister of State Pat Breen. Kilcornan  were represented by Rita O'Gorman and Lyn Nolan.
Our neighbours Askeaton received their Pollinator award, for the small town category, which was accepted by Teresa Wallace. Teresa spent many years teaching in our local National School.
 
Garden Bird Survey: We have formed a group of eight people to participate in the survey, conducted by BirdWatch Ireland. The survey is quite simple to carry out, even if your knowledge of different birds is not very large. It begins on Monday  December, 4 and lasts until the end of February. If you are interested and want to find out more, contact Lyn Nolan at 0876119048 before the start date. We would be delighted to increase the size of our group.

Two very interesting events, hosted by BirdWatch Ireland, were held last week and helped to further our knowledge. The first on Wednesday night in LIT was a talk on Ireland's Trees given by retired forester Gerry Murphy. The second was an outing to Curraghchase Forest Park where we saw chaffinches, jays, bramblings, tree creepers and the rare hawfinches who were having a great feed on the tops of the hornbeam trees growing to the right of the steps leading from the car park to the house. Have a look if you are in Curraghchase over the next few weeks.

 

 


 

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