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A meeting of Glin Dev. Assoc. will be held at Conways on Thurs. next 3rd of April at 8.30pm. Advertisements
The website would welcome any old photographs to be included in a weekly photo album which we hope to begin shortly. Any old photos can be given to any member of Glin Development and any accompanying notes or details relating … Continue reading
The most wonderful thing that reading offers is a peep into another world. But it is also good for your mental health. We feed our bodies with food, our minds with reading and our spirits with prayer or meditation. We … Continue reading
Some members from Glin ICA will attend Limerick Week, in An Grianan, Teirmeanfeicin, from the 7th to 11th July inclusive. This week is always very enjoyable. A choice of courses is offered, i.e lace making, bead making, cookery etc. Also … Continue reading
Glin in 1847/48 In all libraries there is a corner for local interest and local history. It is surprising what one can learn by browsing through some of the books or articles. Here are some snippets about Glin which I … Continue reading
Whist Drive: at Cloverfield every Tuesday night at 8.30 p.m. All welcome. Church Gate Collection: Thank you to all who supported Ballyguiltenane National School Church Gate collection last weekend. Your support is greatly appreciated. Ballyguiltenane National School: Enrolment Forms for … Continue reading
A meeting of Glin Dev. Assoc. will be held on Thurs. 20th of March at 8.30pm. Any new members are welcome.
Thursday March 6 is World Book Day. All are welcome to drop in to the library even if only to say Hello and have a look around. Peg is glad to be reminded of another local author Olda FitzGerald whose … Continue reading
Ash Wednesday: Next Wednesday 5th March is Ash Wednesday – a day of fast & abstinence. Ashes will be available at 10a.m. Mass. Whist Drive: at Cloverfield every Tuesday night at 8.30 p.m. All welcome. Church Gate Collection: Ballyguiltenane National … Continue reading
The following piece was kindly submitted by George Langan. Michael Langan 1873-1974, Cahara. (son of Maurice 1.) Mick Langan took over the place from his father-in-law John Sexton,circa 1907. I remember Mick well. He was a very communicative and intelligent … Continue reading