Kilcornan Notes February 8, 2018
LOTTO: The results for Saturday January 6. The Jackpot was not won. Lucky dips to. Siobhan McCarthy, Chloe Ryan, Chris Enright and John Neville. Next week's jackpot will be €3,800. 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.
COMMUNITY COUNCIL: The Senior Citizens party will be held in the Community Centre on this coming Sunday, January 14, and will begin with Mass at 1pm. All our Senior Citizens are most welcome to this party which has been a huge success for many years.
Our newsletter is available in the Church and on our web page.
TIDY TOWNS ACTION GROUP: Notice of AGM: The AGM is on next Tuesday January 16, 2018 in Kilcornan Community Centre at 8.00pm. Residents aged 16 and over are entitled to vote or be elected to office. We look forward to seeing you there.
We have now entered the sixth week of the Garden Bird Survey and our bird of the week is the magpie. Keep an eye out for one (or preferably two!) during the week.
SOCIAL FARMING – West Limerick Resources is delighted to support the development of Social Farming in the region - Limerick, Tipperary, Clare and parts of Kerry and Cork. All interested farmers and farm families who would like to hear more about Social Farming please contact Stefanie, at West Limerick Resources, on 087 366 3842 or 069 66290. We look forward to hearing from you.
Limerick Historical Society Lecture: Limerick Historical Society will hold its first lecture, of 2018, on this coming Monday, January 15. Following repeated requests; the illustrated lecture will be given by Tony Browne and it will feature the lesser known buildings of Limerick. Among the buildings that will feature will be Trinity Church, Catherine Street and Miss Fogarty’s School on O’Connell Avenue, Limerick. The lecture will commence at 8 p.m. in Room 203, Mary Immaculate College. Go to main reception and ask for directions. Admission is free, and everybody is welcome.