Weekly Parish Newsletter 25/26 May 2013, Trinity Sunday

Eucharistic Ministers for Next Week:

Vigil Mass 7.00 p.m.: Norma McKeon, Mary O Brien, Ann Manning

Sunday 11.00 a.m.: Marie McKenna, Jimmy Ruddle

Readers for This Week: 7.00 pm Vigil: John Healy, 11.00 a.m.: John Prendergast

Readers for Next Week: 7.00 p.m. Vigil: Eufrocina Clemente, 11.00 a.m. Mass: Brendan Barrett

Altar Servers for Next Week: 7.00pm Vigil: Dylan O Shea, Grace McIntyre

Sunday 11.00am:  Emma Hogan, Aoife Moore Danielle & Darragh McKenna.

Glin Red Cross Defibrillator No: 0876230032

Glin Library: Glin Library will be closed next Friday May 31st in the afternoon from 3 to 5. We are into the month of May – Bealtaine – a month when Ireland celebrates creativity as we age. So in Glin library the Bealtaine Festival was celebrated on Tuesday night 21st May at 8pm. All were welcomed to a hour of poetry, music and song. Peg Prendeville read from her book “The Purple Pencil” accompanied by local musicians. The Ballyhahill/Loughill Going Strong group were especially welcomed on the night & enjoyed an hour of relaxation and getting away from all life’s pressures.

Enrolment Forms: are available in the two Primary Schools for parents who wish to enrol their children for the school year 2013-2014.

Ballygoughlin School Renunion Tickets: are now in limited availability.  Anybody with invitations who have not yet forwarded payment and wishing to attend on the night need to forward payment of €10.00 per person before the 14th June 2013.  Tickets cannot be guaranteed after that date.

Glin Baby & Toddler Group would like to thank all the toddlers and parents who completed the ‘Toddle Walk for Barnardos’ on Thursday morning.   It was a wonderful morning and we really appreciate everyone turning up.  Can we please ask that all sponsorship cards and money be turned in this Thursday morning 30th May.  For those who did not do the toddle walk but would still like to make a contribution to Barnardos, a collection bucket will be in place in the toddler group. Thank you.

Ballygoughlin School Reunion – are looking for old photographs that you may have and would like to share on our facebook page.   If you have some and don’t mind sharing them, please visit http://www.facebook.com/BallygoughlanSchoolReunion and upload.

Recording Graves & Headstones: Glin Historical Society in conjunction with West Limerick Resources will be recording graves and headstones in Glin over the coming weeks. Images of headstones and the details on the headstones will be recorded and preserved. If you would like further details please contact Tom Donovan on 086 1710136.

Recruitment:  Glin Red Cross are recruiting people who would be interested in getting involved in ambulance work – training will be provided. Also if you’re over 25 with a full, clean licence and interested in driving the ambulance we would be delighted to hear from you. For further details contact: 087 – 2324740.

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