FEENAGH-KILMEEDY PARISH NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 26 2018
Saturday March 3 at Kilmeedy church at 7.30pm – JimHolmes RIP, Gortnagluggen, his parents Con and Mary,sister Ita,brother Sean.
Reader – Pat Gilbourne, Eucharistic minister – Deborah Prout, Alter servers – Ruairi and Muireann O Connor.
Sunday March 4 at Feenagh church at 10am – John and Bridget O Sullivan,RIP,formerly of Callahow.
Reader – Margaret Irwin, Eucharistic minister – Sharon Danaher, Alter servers – Anna and Violet Irwin.
Feenagh-Kilmeedy GAA Table Quiz at the Village Inn Feenagh on Friday, March 2 at 9.30pm. Table of 4 €20.
Choir practice at Feenagh church on Saturday, March 3 at 6pm.
COUNTY SENIOR SCOR FINALS
County senior scor finals at the Community centre Feenagh on Friday, March 2 at 8pm.
Rosary will be recited at Kilmeedy church on Friday, March 2 at 7pm.
THE MUSTARD SEED – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
The Mustard Seed in Ballingarry is hosting a special supper to mark International Women’s Day on Thursday 8 March. The dinner will shine a light on leading female food producers with a menu that includes dishes incorporating ingredients from West Limerick and beyond. Pre booking for the €48.00 5 course dinner is essential by phoning 069 68508 or email [email protected]
Ballyhoura Development will be hosting a workshop on recycling in Coote Hall, Kilmallock at 7.30pm on 7 March.
We cover what can and cannot be recycled in Ireland according to the ‘New List of Recyclables for Ireland’ which is a standardized list of items that the Department of the Environment and all of the bin collectors have agreed upon. We talk briefly about the changes in what is now accepted by China, which is pushing the changes to our recycling policy. And finally, we do a sorting competition, so everyone can practise what they’ve learned. Recycling Ambassador Angela Nagle will show you what you can recycle in your household bin in this free interactive workshop. Angela is part of Voice Ireland’s Recycling Ambassador Programme. The Recycling Workshops are being offered to help people improve Ireland’s recycling rates and reduce levels of contamination in household recycling bins. Do not miss this opportunity to learn how to get your recycling bin sorted. See voiceireland.org for more details of the programme. #binsorted.