Parish Newsletter

19th/20th May: Pentecost Sunday
Eucharistic Ministers for Next Week
Vigil Mass 7.00 p.m.: Betty Brown, Betty Ann McSweeney, Mike Fennell
Sunday 11.00 a.m.: Denis Flaherty, Fiona Moore
Readers for this week: Saturday Vigil: Nicola Cunningham
Sunday 11.00 a.m.: Eufrocina Clemente
Readers for next week: Saturday Vigil: Paul Curley
Sunday 11am: Nodlaig Adams
Altar Servers This Week: Saturday: Darragh, Orliath & Fearghal Leahy
Sunday: Zuzia & Olivia Palys
Altar Servers Next Week: Saturday: Luke Buckley, Donnadh Daly, Jack Adams & Cian Hogan
Sunday: Breean & Sionna Cunningham
Glin Red Cross Defibrillator No: 0876230032
Notes in Local Papers: If you would like a note in The Observer or The Limerick Leader please email your notes to glinnotes@gmail.com by 7pm Sunday night to ensure publication for the coming week.
Máire’s Cakes: Order your Confirmation Cakes and desserts now for your Confirmation Day. Contact Máire 087-6413799.
CÚL CAMP: Glin/Gerald Griffin’s Cúl Camp will take place in Glin’s GAA pitch this summer from July 30 to August 3. Places can be booked online from early March.
Glin Pro-Life Group: If you need a lift to the polling station to vote NO, please contact Eilish McNamara on 068-34269 or 087-6336369 or Antoinette 087-6136491, Marie 087-9585916, Mike 083-8892137.
Sacrament of Confirmation: will take place in the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Tuesday next the 22nd May at 10.30 a.m.
Glin Tidy Towns are commencing weekly clean-up. The first of our clean-ups is on Saturday 26th May at 11 a.m. and Wednesday 30th May at 7.30 p.m. Meeting point will be the Town Park. We are looking for volunteers from the wider community of Glin of all age groups, who would like to get involved in this initiative. The aim is that all areas of Glin would be tackled, so volunteers can concentrate on their own area and their contribution can have an impact on the appearance of where they live. Please consider coming along and giving just one hour a week, as it is the work of the whole community, coming together, that will make the difference. If you have any gardening equipment, spades, wheelbarrow etc., and a vis vest, please bring these along with you. It was Henry Ford who said, “Coming together is the beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success!
Dog Fouling: Anyone walking the path to Tarbert with their dog/dogs can you PLEASE CLEAN UP after they do their business. The path is a disgrace with dog fouling. Bags available FREE from PEG at the LIBRARY.
PAT MARTIN MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT: Friday, 1st June in the Glin GAA grounds. Tarbert v Gerald Griffins at 6.30pm, Glin v Moyvane at 7.10pm, Final 8pm. Followed by finger food and raffle at Dunnes Bar. All proceeds to Pat Martin’s family. All welcome
Clothes Recycling: The next clothing collection for our two Primary Schools takes place on the 15th June so start collecting any REWEARABLE clothes, paired shoes, belts, handbags, curtains, towels, bedlinen and donate to our two schools. Thanking you.
GAA TRAINING: U8s and U10s training every Wednesday evening in Ballyhaill GAA pitch from 7pm. Training for U12s takes place on Tuesday evenings in Glin GAA pitch from 6.30pm.
GLIN TRIATHLON: takes place on September 1. Registration is now open and you can register on Triathlon Ireland’s website.
St. Fergus’ National School: New Junior Infants (2018) introductory afternoon will be held in the Junior Infants Classroom on Thursday 31st May at 1.15 p.m.
Glin Baby & Toddler Group: meets every Thursday in Ceol Corbraí Hall from 10am. Entry costs €3 per family and refreshments are provided for adults and children. Up to date information available on Facebook. Open during TERM TIME ONLY
GLIN ROVERS CREST: The Glin Rovers F.C. Logo is now available at Glin Crafts, Sewing & Embroidery. A standard crest is €5 and initialling etc is also available. The crest can be embroidered on any garment you bring to Martyna. Contact Martyna at 085 165 1040 or log on to Glin Crafts, Sewing & Embroidery Page on Facebook

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