Kilcornan Notes February 19, 2018
LOTTO: The results of Kilcornan Lotto for Saturday February 17. The Jackpot was not won. Lucky dips to Peggy Hanley, Zach Bennis, Chris / Cian Enright and Tony McDonagh. Next week's Jackpot will be 4,100.00
KILCORNAN NATIONAL SCHOOL: Kilcornan National School will have their Open Day on Friday March 2, at 2pm for New Entrants to Junior Infants for the Academic Year 2018.
THANK YOU: The Daughters of Charity, Lisnagry, wish to thank everyone who contributed to the recent Church Gate Collection. The amount collected was €370.
SALESIAN SECONDARY COLLEGE CYCLE CHALLENGE: This year the Parents’ Association of the Salesian Secondary College has decided to organise a cycle to fundraise for the school. The focus this year is on raising money for the school’s new Autism Spectrum Disorder Programme. The cycle will take place on April 22, comprising two west Limerick routes of 45 or 80 km. The event is for anyone over the age of 16 and will cost €25 (€20 if a member of Cycle Ireland) payable on the day at the school. Thanks to the generosity of The Hub Cycling Club and Shop and Subway of O’Connell street, who is providing some of the snacks on the day, the event should prove to be an enjoyable experience for all taking part. On your bikes everyone.
With the emphasis on being active these days, the committee is also providing the local community with the chance to get back on their bikes by joining the ‘Couch to 30k’ programme. This will begin on February 24 for 7 consecutive Saturdays (10a.m.-12 noon) at a cost of €25 (insurance included) in conjunction with The Hub Cycling Club. Bike, helmet and hi-vis jacket essential.
AFTERNOON TEA AND DANCE: Afternoon Tea Dance,will take place in Kilteely Hall, Co. Limerick on Sunday Feburary 25, from 3pm - 6pm. Music by Checkers. Raffle, Homemade baking and refreshments served. Admission €5. All are Welcome to come dancing or just sit back, relax and enjoy the music.
RURAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (RES) / YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (YES): If you need support job seeking and feel that you are a little lost in deciding what you want to do, then you should contact the RES / YES which offers 1:1 support and career planning to individuals around education, training and employment opportunities. To find out more you can contact Finn or Eddie at West Limerick Resources on 069 61316 or Adrienne & Dee on 069 62222. Keep up to date with us on Facebook: www.wlr.ie/facebook. Phone us on 069 62222 or call in to see us on St Mary’s Road, Newcastle West.