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Weekly News Roundup - Wednesday 26 Dec 2007

Community Games AGM

There was a large attendance at the 25th AGM of Bennekerry/Tinryland Community Games in Rathcrogue last week.
In his address, Chairman Tommy Lyons thanked all sponsors, committee members and officers for their had work during another successful year and also the clubs and parishes for use of land for training purposes.
He also thanked Linda Kenny for presenting a banner to the area and for her contribution towards the parade in the county finals.

In her report, Secretary Ann Condron highlighted the many successes during the year which saw medals won at county and national level including a gold medal by Sara Rennick in Gymnastics, the Under 14 Gymnastics team and silver in Art by MacDara Burke in the National finals.

She concluded her report by thanking all her fellow officers, in particular her assistant secretary Natasha Lyons, all who helped organize the area finals and those who trained children over the summer months for the County and National Finals.

The following officers were elected:

President- Mrs. Ann Brennan
Vice Presidents- Fr. John McEvoy PP Tinryland, Fr. Tom Little PP Bennekerry
Chairperson- Tommy Lyons
Secretary- Ann Condron
Assistant Secretary- Natasha Lyons
Treasurer- Jacinta Doyle
Assistant Treasurer- Stephanie O’Brien
PRO- Mark Shannon
Games Directors- Eddie Corcoran and Denis Shannon
Childrens Officer- Caroline Farrell
Development Officer- Michael Brennan
Youth Officers- Sinead Lyons and Philip Condron.

A.G.M. of Tinryland G.F.C. postponed
The annual general meeting of Tinryland G.F.C. originally fixed for Monday last 10th December has been postponed until early January due to unforeseen circumstances.
The meeting has been rescheduled for Monday 7th January at 8.p.m. and will be preceded by Mass for deceased members of the club in St. Joseph’s Church Tinryland at 7.30 p.m.

Sympathy

Deepest sympathy is extended to Joe Doheny, NT, Kyleballyhue on the death of his sister Mary Cronin of Knocknatubrid, Tullow on Wednesday last, December 5th in Waterford Regional Hospital.
Funeral took place after 2 o’c Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Ardattin to the adjoining cemetery.
She is survived by her husband Con, daughters Cait and Roisin, mother Kitty, brothers, sister, uncles, aunt, nieces, nephews, mother-in-law, other relatives and friends.

Also to Brendan Farrell, St Martins Terrace on the death of is aunt Mary Dunne of Bilboa who was interred on Saturday.


Sculptures

A beautiful sculpture of the Holy Family entitled “A Quiet Moment” is being exhibited in the altar area of St. Joseph’s Church. A list is provided to be signed by those who wish to order one or more. They cost €35 including shipping. The initiative is from Canada (Holy Family Apostolate).

Litter League

Carlow County Council is again running an Anti-Litter League over the next few months. Please be very attentive to the matter of disposal of litter and keep the village clean. Tinryland are once again entered in the competition.
In Week 1, the village emerged victorious by 94 pts to 93 against Borris and will be up against Rathvilly in Round 2.

Energy Saving Tips

Energy Saving Tips for Tinryland NS for December-

Don’t over do it with Christmas lights as a smaller display of lights will still look great and if you are buying lights, buy the energy efficient ones. All lights should be left on only at night when they will look best and remember when to turn them off.
On the subject of a greener Christmas, remember Reduce, Recycle, Reuse!

Reduce- try not to buy too much this Christmas, especially food. Energy is used to produce food, if the food is thrown away, that energy is wasted.

Carlow Area Supported Employment

Carlow Area Supported Employment is a Fas funded service based in Pollerton Rd., Carlow.
Supported Employment is an initiative that enables and empowers people
with disabilities to be employed in paid jobs in the open labour market.
It is a free and confidential service available to both employees and employers.
If you are seeking employment and have a disability or if you just want
further information please phone 059/9135564. We will be happy to answer any enquiries you have.


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