Weekly News Roundup - Sunday 22 Nov 2009
Tinryland Variety Group
Can you sing, dance or act and if so we need YOU! Tinryland Variety Group
are looking for new members to join.
You can join if you are over 16, but in particular if you are over 18 and
would like to be part of a winning team, we would love to hear from you.
Look us up on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any
questions you might have.
Alternatively you can call Robert on 086-3501699, Madeline on 086-8534550
or Michelle on 086-3460433.
Rehearsals are held on either Monday or Tuesday nights at 8pm sharp and
this will depend on your age group.
Reaching Out Magazine
The annual Parish Magazine is now in preparation. Articles, club reports
and photos of special events including awards, graduations, anniversaries
etc would be very welcome.
Please forward to Maureen Byrne, St Gerard's, Ballybar Upper by Friday
November 20th or email to email@example.com.
Use of Parish Hall
Due to the popularity of the new Parish hall, it is necessary to book it
in advance for meetings/functions etc. The following persons may be
contacted for bookings:
The Annual General Meeting of Tinryland GFC will be held in the Clubhouse
on Monday, 7 December 2009 at 8.30 pm.
Mass for deceased members will take place on the same night in the Church
at 7.30 pm. Nomination forms for the Executive Committee are available in
the Clubhouse any night after 8 pm or in Deanes Shop.
Farm Family information and Support service:
John Wallis, Rural Development Officer from Carlow County Development
available to meet farmers, and farm family members, at no cost,
to answer queries in relation to farm supports and schemes such as income
(egg Farm Assist Benefit), medical cards, state entitlements;
assistance with form completion and information on alternative on/off farm
employment and business opportunities. He can meet you at Carlow County
Development partnership Offices, 40 Dublin St Carlow (beside the
No appointment necessary, just call in! Meetings can also be
arranged at a venue to suit you or at Carlow County Development
Office, Main St, Bagenalstown Co. Carlow.
If you wish to contact John directly you can contact him on 086 8247780 or
9133457. There is no charge for this service.
FETAC Level 5 Care Skills Course. Commences November 26th. Limited places
remaining. This course opens up a Career in Care. Full details from Vision
Training. 086 1704157.
The Cuidiú breastfeeding support group will be held in Askea Parish centre
on Tuesday December 1st, 10-11:30. All pregnant and breastfeeding