Kilcornan Notes May 7, 2018

May 8, 2018

LOTTO: The results for Saturday April 28. The Jackpot was not won. Lucky dips to. Eileen Tynan, Tony McDonagh, Rachel Cregan and Theresa O'Brien. Next week's jackpot will be €4,650. 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: Minister of the word for Saturday May 12 is Edel O'Connell and For Sunday  May 13 is Catherine Browne. The Eucharistic Ministers are Kathleen Hayes and Ann O'Brien for Saturday. Helen Meade and Josephine Horan for Sunday.

ANNIVERSARY MASS: There will be an Anniversary Mass in St. John the Baptist church in Kilcornan on Saturday  May 12 at 8:00pm for for Josie and Bobby Walsh late of Ballyshonick, Kilcornan.

 

CHURCH GATE COLLECTION: A sincere thank you to everyone who contributed to the annual

 

GORTA, Self Help for Africa collection last week end. The amount collected was a very generous €450.60. 

 

TIDY TOWNS: Free Recycling Workshop. A bit confused about what to put in which bin? To clarify the situation we are holding a free Recycling Workshop in Kilcornan Community Centre on Tuesday 15 May 2018 at 8.00pm. All are welcome. 

 

IOLAR TRAINING:Iolar Training is running some more free Digital Skills for Citizens computer and internet training courses in Newcastle West beginning on May 15. The courses are open to everyone and will run for two hours per week for five weeks. Training is aimed at beginners and new users and gives participants the knowledge, skills and confidence to use the internet. Last year, almost 500 Limerick city and county residents completed our free Digital Skills for Citizens courses going from learning how to switch on a computer to booking flights and making video calls. 
The core topics covered include,Safety & security, Using email,Using search engines and websites, Accessing government services online,Conducting everyday transactions, Using apps, Voice and video calls online
Optional modules include: Online shopping, Online banking and security, Social media,Video, TV and radio online, Digital photography,Using YouTube instructional videos,Advanced government services.
Training is free for all participants. Having access to a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone is an advantage but not essential. An Eircode (postcode) is required to register. For more information, or to reserve your place on the courses, please call Iolar Training on 089 420 7708.

 

 

 

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