Issue 25 26th June 2015
Mass Times: Caherconlish: Saturday 6.30 pm. Sunday 11.00 am. Caherline: Sunday 10.00 am.
Priests: Fr. Roy Donovan: 087-2225150. Fr. Patrick Currivan: 061-351248.
“JOKER” Fundraiser: The jackpot this week is €120. Draw will be on Friday night. Thanks for your help in reducing our refurbishment debt. Every euro collected helps to reduce the interest on our loan.
National Schools Childrens Disco this Friday 26th June. Age 4-8 Year Olds 5.30pm-7.30pm Adm. €2. Age 9-12 Year Olds 7.30pm-9.00pm Adm. €4. Parents and Guardians are asked to attend the Disco.
Chernobyl Children Fundraiser: Josephine Hannigan O'Brien is holding a Fundraiser Night in Aid of Chernobyl Children International on Saturday June 27 in Mulcahy's Lounge Caherconlish. Music by Electric Mayhem, Michelle Power and Kieran Davern. Admission is €5. Spot prices on the night and all money raised will go to Adi Roche's Chernobyl International Projects in Belarus. If you can’t attend and would like to sponsor a spot price or give a donation please contact Josephine @ 0860377519 Thank You
Caherconlish/ Caherline Tennis Club Summer Camp from Monday 20 July to Friday 25 July 11am-2pm each day. Fully qualified tennis coach. Open to both members and non-members .Cost for full week. 1st child €45, 2nd child €35, 3rd child €25. Call Robert to Book on 086-4176344
Millennium Centre Sports Activity Week: Our annual supervised sports activities week for boys and girls aged 7 to 12 years will take place from Tuesday 4th – Friday 7th August. The fee is €25 per child. Bookings will be taken on a “first come” basis and numbers will be strictly limited. Further details can be obtained by contacting the Millennium Centre on 061 351141.
Caherconlish AFC: An Emergency General Meeting will take place in the dressing rooms on Sunday 28th June at 1.00pm. All members and intending members please attend, as due to lack of interest at the AGM it may be difficult to field a junior team next season.
Caherconlish GAA Football Club: Training continues in the field this week, please refer to communication from your coaches for times for next week.All are welcome! Please remember to bring gum shields.
Fundraising; Please continue to collect old clothes, as we will be doing another collection in the autumn! Contact any club member and we will organise to pick the clothes up.
Caherline School Reunion Fashion Show & Summer Barbeque: Book that babysitter, grab all your friends & let's all head over to Ballykisteen hotel for a summer party on Friday 24th July. The evening kicks off at 6pm with a Processo and BBQ Reception, Exhibitors on the night followed by a fashion show. Fantastic prizes on the night. Best Dressed Lady sponsored by Keanes Jewellers Limerick. Most Glamorous Granny, Best shoes, Best Bag & not forgetting our Door prize. Raffle also on the night. The fun doesn't end there as it's off to the dance floor to boogie the night away with late nite bar. Our models are from the Holman Lee Agency with our own local personalities. Caherline school principle Mike McCarthy and our Teachers plus two past pupils of Caherline Johnny O Donnell & Maisie Williams will all be taking to the cat walk for some extra fun!
Tickets are €35 and currently available in First Cut Hair Salon, Karma Beautician's, Caherconlish Pharmacy & Stone Oven Bistro. All proceeds from this event are being donated to Cliona's Foundation and Caherline National School. All support is gratefully appreciated
Kids Summer Camps: - Monday 10th - Friday 14th August; Art, Music, Dance and Drama for all ages. Phone 0879915886
Solicitor’s Advice Clinic: The next Free Walk-in advice clinic will be on Wednesday 8th July from 4.30pm in the Millennium Centre. No booking necessary.
Kellogg's cul camp will take place in the GAA field from 6th to the 10th of
Register on line at kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking. Cost is as follows €55 for 1st child, €45 for 2nd child and €40 for 3rd and subsequent children. Camp is Primary school children aged 6 to 13 years. Registration can also take place on the morning of the camp in the GAA field.
La Petite Academy Preschool Caherconlish: Our Aistear based curriculum is based on well researched early childhood education and development theory and practice, and is founded on six key areas: Personal Social and Emotional Development, Early Numeracy, Language, Creative Development, Physical Development, and Understanding and Appreciation of the World. Free ECCE spaces available for September 2015. Please contact Sharon on 086-1566907.
Experienced Childminder: available for school runs, either Caherline or Caherconlish. References available. Please contact 085 8148513.
Both Churches are open daily for people to drop in and say a prayer or light a candle.
Eucharistic Adoration Caherconlish 10am - 3pm on Fridays; Caherline 10.30 - 11.30am Tuesdays. Pope Francis @Pontifex - It is good for us to spend time before the Tabernacle, to feel the gaze of Jesus upon us.
Annual Mass in Inch Saint Laurence Cemetery: on Friday 7thAugust 2015 at 7.30pm.
Special 2 Pink Envelope Collection (at the end of your box) will be taken up on Sunday 5th July in addition to the orange envelope for that day. This collection is for Peter’s Pence which is the name given to the financial support offered by the faithful to the Holy Father as a sign of their sharing in the concern of the Successor of Peter for the many different needs of the Universal Church and the poor. Our parish is asked to contribute 1400 euro. Monday 29th June is the feast of Sts. Peter & Paul. Presently, Pope Francis is setting up a 30-bed homeless Shelter for poor people next to the Vatican.
MS Ireland Limerick branch hold Church Gate collection this weekend of 27/28th June.
Inspirational Quotes –”Nothing is permanent in this crazy world, not even your mistakes, failures, or troubles."
“You can't let other people tell you who you are. You have to decide that for yourself.”
“ It's difficult to follow your dream. It's a tragedy not to.”
“There is nothing more attractive than confidence, once you see your own beauty, so will everyone else.”
Think of Noah, the pope writes: “All it takes is one good person to restore hope” (No. 71).
Is Pope Francis’s Laudato Si (letter on environment) a return to the very things that we knew as children, ideas that Robert Fulghum put so well in his book All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten!!?? Things like: 1 Share everything. 2 Play fair. 3 Don’t hit people. 4 Be kind. 5 Clean up your own mess. 6 Don’t take things that aren’t yours. 7 All things in moderation. 8 Make time for wonder. 9 Say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody. 10 And then remember the Dick-and-Jane books and the first word you learned—the biggest word of all - LOOK.
Step Aerobics/Badminton for Juniors/ /Tae Kwon Do/Unislim Class/Hip Hop Dancing: All these events continue at usual times this week.
Wednesday Club: On Wednesday 1st July we are taking a trip to Leighlinbridge Garden Centre, County Carlow. We will leave the Millennium Centre by bus at 9.00am and be back at 7.00pm approximately.
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Bookings/Enquiries: Contact Millennium Centre on either 061 351141, Sean on 085 8684136 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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