FEENAGH KILMEEDY PARISH NOTES FOR WEEK OF APRIL 23 2019
Rosary at Kilmeedy Church on Friday April 26 at 7 pm.
Saturday April 27 at Kilmeedy church at 7.30 pm – First anniversary mass for An Ath Peadár De Burcá RIP.
Reader – TJ Madigan, Eucharistic minister – Mary Beaulieu, Altar servers – Josh Gilbourne, Jamie O Doherty.
Sunday April 28 at Feenagh church at 10 am – Michael Lynch RIP.
Reader – Rosario Irwin, Eucharistic minister – Eileen O Brien, Altar servers – Corie lynch, Conor Donegan.
Kilmeedy Cemetery mass on Tuesday May 7 at 7.30 pm.
The fina Rambling house of the season was held at Aras Ide Kilmeedy on Friday April 19. The MC Seán O Gorman welcomed all participants and audience and he thanked all for their participation and support. The following entertainers on the night were Eamonn Cronin, Dan Madigan, Mary Gleeson, Stephen Moloney, Stephen Roche,Pat Moloney, Jim and Kathleen Casey, Daithí and John O Riordan, Tom O Brien, David Hunt, Tim Browne, Seán Hartnett, Josie Ahern, Seán O Gorman. Before and at the Interval Teas and foods were served. Thanks to the organisers for their generousity. The Chairman of the Community Development group Seamús Murphy thanked all for their help and support over the season. It will commence again in October.
WE’RE GOING VINTAGE – Dromin /Athlacca
Star Kids Creche and the Community Hall will hold a fundraising Vintage Run on Sunday May 26th – Registration from 11.00am costing €20.00 – All Types of Vehicles most welcome. There is no restrictions on what age the mode of transport is as long as they are not this years or last years in the car section. The run is going to do a lap of Dromin and another one of Athlacca. Family activities and refreshments to take place in the Community Hall after the run is launched at 12.00.
KILMEEDY DEVELOPMENT GROUP
Kilmeedy Development Group would like to thank everyone who supported us on Vintage day despite the inclement weather you still managed to turn out in large numbers, To those who gave cakes, raffle prizes and items for Bric a Brac, our sincere thanks.
TLC CLEAN UP
Thanks to all those who helped with The Team Limerick Clean Up on Friday last, The village was looking wonderful for the Easter Holidays.
Our Development group would like to wish Barry and Catriona the Best of Luck in their upcoming adventure, they are taking on a big challenge in competing in The London Marathon this coming weekend.