FEENAGH KILMEEDY PARISH NOTES FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 19 2018
Sympathy is extended to Paul and Andrew Roche Feenagh Kilmeedy, Mrs Mary O Sullivan, Gurteen Feenagh, Mrs Ann Carroll, Milford and their entire families on the death of their sister Mrs Eileen Woledge Nee Roche RIP, England, extended sympathy to her entire family.
Sympathy is extended to Mrs Laura Gilbourne, husband Ronan and family, Kilmeedy, on the death of her father Michael Douglas, RIP, St Joseph’s Park Dromcollogher. Extended sympathy to his entire family.
Rosary at Feenagh church on Friday November 23 at 7 pm.
Active age meeting at Aras Ide Kilmeedy on Tuesday November 27 at 7 pm.
Saturday November 24 at Feenagh church at 7.30 pm – Jim and Mary Keogh RIP.
Reader – Mona Donegan
Eucharistic minister – Brige O Sullivan
Altar servers – Anna and Violet Irwin, Lucy O Gorman.
Sunday November 25 at Kilmeedy church at 10 am – People of the Parish.
Reader – Diarmuid O Connor.
Eucharistic minister – Deborah Prout
Altar servers – Jamie O Doherty, Josh Gilbourne.
Choir practice on Saturday November 24 at 6.30pm, new members welcome.
ALL IRELAND CUPS
The Liam McCarthy cup, The ladies football cup, The Leiriú, Scór cups will be at the Feenagh Kilmeedy GAA Club house on Sunday November 25 at 1 pm.
Feenagh Community centre will hold a festive coffee evening on Saturday December 1 in the centre at 8 pm. The Feenagh I.C.A. will hold a cake sale as they are launching a 2019 calendar.
Feenagh Kilmeedy GAA club annual general meeting at the club house on Friday November 30 at 8 pm.
Rambling house at Arás Ide Kilmeedy on Friday November 16. The second annual session for this season was held. The M.C Seán O Gorman introduced the participants, Eamon Cronin –Dromina, Dan Madigan –Kilmeedy, Kathy O Brien-Raheen, Tom Noonan –Granagh, John McCarthy –Banogue, Tom O Brien –Ballyagran, Pierce Rowsome –Newcastlewest, Conor O Shaughnessy – Cappagh, Mary Lynch – Ballingarry, Con Fitzgerald – Athea, Jim Lyons –Ballingarry, Corey Lynch –Feenagh, David hunt –Pallaskenry, Josie Ahern – Croagh, Jerry McGrath – Ardpatrick, Stephen Madigan – Kilmeedy, Seán Hartnett – Feohanagh. An enjoyable night was had by all, thanks to the organisers and catering staff for providing teas and a large variety of foods to all who were present.
PRIDE OF PLACE AWARDS
Official photo from Pride of Place and press release on all Limerick nominees coming home with a trophy! Thanks everyone for all your support in this group effort for Kilmeedy.
Limerick groups triumph in Pride of Place awards
Limerick community groups were among the winners at the annual IPB Pride of Place awards held on Cork City Hall on Saturday evening (November 17).
The Children’s Grief Centre was the biggest winner from Limerick on the night, taking first place in the Communities Reaching Out category.
Judges said the centre left them “profoundly moved” by the “wonderful and inspiring” work carried out.
Limerick Civic Trust were runners up in the Creative Place Initiative, while Kilmeedy village finished runner up in category for towns or villages with a population under 300.
Members of the groups joined with 800 community heroes from across the country at the awards which are operated in association with peace building charity Co-operation Ireland.
The Pride of Place awards, described as the ‘Oscars of the Community Sector’, celebrates the often unsung work of community groups that selflessly work to make local neighbourhoods a better place to live in, work in or visit.
Organised by Co-Operation Ireland and sponsored by IPB Insurance, the Pride of Place awards sees the country’s local authorities, on both sides of the border, nominate outstanding projects that contribute to civic pride.
Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Mick Finn said: “Cork has a strong tradition of volunteerism and community action and we are delighted to be partners in the Pride of Place competition. The Gala Awards evening is a unique opportunity to celebrate the best in community development and recognises the invaluable efforts of those who glue our communities together”.
Tom Dowling, Chairperson of Pride of Place, expressed his delight “that after 16 years the competition continues to embed itself in the very heart of the Island of Ireland’s communities and gives them the opportunity to highlight the proud and amazing achievements of their place directly to the judges. I wish them continued success.”
Peter Sheridan Chief Executive of Co-operation Ireland said: “Pride of Place deserves its position as one of the most prestigious community awards on the island of Ireland and Co-operation Ireland is delighted that it continues to go from strength to strength.
“From Donegal through Northern Ireland and in counties all the way to Cork, communities have been reaping the rewards of the hard work carried out by the community groups who make Pride of Place what it is.”
Chairman of IPB Insurance George Jones said: “Pride of Place is an important platform as it recognises those who give freely of their time to make where they come from a better place to live and work. It is clear that working together and getting things done increases people’s pride in where they live and in turn helps build vibrant sustainable communities.”