Sunday, August 23, 2009

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I never saw a happier Mammy than Eira Gorman when her eldest lad, Timmy arrived home from Australia recently to surprise her. Well, you did surprise her, Timmy but I’d say it was better than any Christmas present she’s ever received. Tanned and happy out, Timmy says he is going to knuckle down now and get stuck into training for the Championship, after the celebrations of his homecoming……..after many a night celebrating his homecoming……… and soon, Mammy Eira will be heard “Timmy, get your bloody football boots off the bathroom floor, I nearly broke my neck…….”

Birthdays - Happy birthday to Luke Pearse who recently celebrated his 10th birthday recently and to Peter Kavanagh currently living in Co Wexford who celebrated his 75th.

We seem to have a shortage of birthdays and anniversaries this month – is there no one out there who has celebrated a 21st or ‘big birthday’ recently??

To the children of Scoil Mhuire who recently celebrated the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confession.

To Pat O’Neill who has won the coveted “Brave Man of The Year Award” – seems he collected a clatter of rowdy women from the recent ‘Take That’ concert at Croke Park but alas, as much and all he was pleased to accept his award, he was devastated not to receive a Jackie Sandwich this year……….Shame Pat, could we offer you the price of a roll in Fogarty’s Deli…………….

TEE’S OFF to Paddy’s Golfers who are off down the country for their annual summer outing, all well behaved and models of decorum. Oh, that’s another golf society……..

In a small box

IN a small box:

Householders – Beware!
There have been a number of robberies in the locality recently; please be alert to strange cars in the area and particularly, vehicles which enter and exit your property as though they had entered by mistake. Take the number if you can and report it to your local Garda Station. Be Vigilant and let your neighbours know if you are away or the house is left vacant for a period of time.

The following as adverts with music symbols & car graphic, please

Joe Dolan Night!

The official Doe Dolan Tribute Band

At: Reid’s Pub, Blessington

On: Friday 24th July at 8.30pm

In aid of C.R.O.I. (Adult Sudden Death Research)

A fab night guaranteed – bop, hop or do some sweet rock ‘n rollin’ with the late artist’s nephews, Ray and Adrian who are part of the band. This is the most authentic tribute band for Joey Dolano fans…….Not to be missed!

Admission is €20, tickets available from Mace Supermarket, Ballymore Eustace and the Office Shop, Hennessy’s and Cottage Garden Flower Shop in Blessing ton.


At: Cross & Passion College, Kilcullen
On: Sunday July 5th

Gates open for at 9am with sale ongoing to 3pm.
One car space - €10::one van space €15.

All support appreciated!


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We offer our condolences to Tom and Adrienne O’Keefe and family on the death of Tom’s mother ‘Teasie’ Theresa O’Keeffe, late of Naas. May she rest in peace, amen.

The O’Keefe family ran Apollo Travel on South Main Street, Naas for decades and Tom senior
was a major tour operator for trips to Lourdes, Fatima etc. (Coincidentally, when Apollo Travel closed, one of his
most experienced staff members, Margaret went on to work with Toolin Travel in Clane which sad to note, ‘went under’ recently).
To Theresa and Eamonn O’Rourke on the death of Theresa’s father, Joe Byrne, late of Ballintubber, Hollywood, Co Wicklow. Predeceased by his wife, Anne, Joe is survived by his daughters Anne and Theresa, son Joe and their families plus members of the extended family. May he rest in peace, amen.
To Jennifer Stewart Byrne on the death of her Dad, John ( Jack) Stewart. John worked for the Housing Dept in Dublin Corporation before his retirement to Tipperkevin. He was an active man and volunteered in Cheeverstown following his retirement. Pre deceased by his wife Eithne he is survived by Jennifer, son-in-law Mick and grandchildren, Michael, Hazel, Enda & Fionn.
Sincere condolences to the family of the late Christopher ‘Kit’ Mahon, late of Knocknadruce, Valleymount, Co. Wicklow who died recently. He was pre-deceased by his wife, Nancy and survived by his daughters Freda and Esther, son Pat, grandchildren, daughter and son-in-law; brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace,amen.
This has been a sad couple of years for the extended Mahon family with the passing of Kathy, Pascal and Jason.
To the families of the late Ossie Hunter, John Brosnan, Louie Murphy, Des Kennedy – see obituaries

Scoil Mhuire senior Hurling team who gave us the best day ever by winning the school hurling final. They beat off all their opposition and played some excellent hurling against Straffan to clinch the title, winning by a number of goals! The coach Martin Kelleher has given all his time, energy and patience to the team training at the school and he was delighted to be leading the victory parade through the streets of Ballymore that evening. Darragh Kelleher of sixth class was a deserving captain and we may see some of these lads in the near future playing hurling for Kildare.
The Lord Mayor of Kildare, Senan Griffin, along with local politician Billy Hillis came to Scoil Mhuire on Thursday 11th June to perform the flag-raising ceremony for our green flag. Teacher Siobhan Barry who co-ordinates the Green school committee along with members of the pupil committee gave a detailed and colourful presentation to the invited guests in the hall before proceeding to the front lawn where our second green flag was raised by the Lord Mayor. Mr. Griffin then addressed the assembled pupils and parents and praised them for their tireless work in being awarded a second green flag for energy awareness.
Rachel O'Reilly got a surprise when she won first prize in her section in the Punchestown Art competition. Rachel's art was chosen from thousands of entries. She is in second class and is already a keen artist. She was delighted to win some beautiful arts materials as her prize
Tuesday 16th june was celebrated as Latvia Day in Scoil Mhuire. Following the success of Polish Day, Jane Kalnberza, who is a first class pupil presented a very comprehensive and colourful project about her home country of Latvia.The Latvian flag was raised for the special day and Jane did a great job of presenting the project.

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