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Slievenamon Musical Society:

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Rehearsals are in full swing for the “Slievenamon Musical Society’s” forthcoming production on “My Fair Lady” to be staged in Cloneen on 22nd, 23rd, 24th & 25th November.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 November 2007 09:37 Read more...
 

Peg Travelled In Her Golden Years:

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Peg Travelled In Her Golden Years:

 

The death took place in her own home at the end of Carrick Street on October 20th of Margaret (Peg) O Connor. Peg as she was well known was 83 years of age. She had been born just over the parish boundary on the Drangan road. She married Mikey Connors (Michael O Connor) and they reared their large family in Carrick St, until Mikey died in 1982.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 July 2008 14:46 Read more...
 

Squares for sale

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At this stage you will have seen the draft posters on display in Kelly’s shop window. The final print will take place on Friday week so there is still time if you would like your own name or family name added and become a patron. Each square costs €100 and a draw for a €1000 prize fund will take place in December.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 November 2007 09:39 Read more...
 

Anniversaries:

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Anniversarie: Mass times:

Saturday Mass @ 8.00pm

Kathleen and Mick Quirke, Poulacapple

Sunday Mass @ 11.30am

Roger Carey, Clonagoose

Wednesday Mass @ 10.00am

Kathleen O Sullivan-McCarthy, U.S.A and Mullinahone

Thursday Mass @ 10.00am

John Clarke, Bawnavrona

Friday Mass @ 10.00am

Christopher Reilly, Clonagoose (this would be Christopher’s 18th birthday)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 November 2007 21:27
 



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