BARNTOWN CHURCH LOTTO
Results for Monday March 8: 6, 14, 17, 26. There was no jackpot winner and one lucky 'match 3' winner - Kieron D. Roche c/o Nellie Sweeney.
The Youth Club "St. Patrick's" disco which was due to take place on March 19 has now been postponed until further notice. There will now be a normal club night on this date at the usual time 8 - 10 pm.
Supervisors are; Jeannie O'Neill, Rosaleen Doyle, Frances Prunty, Pat Hackett, Noelle Crosbie & Pauline Moore. Committee representative is Aine Roche who can be contacted on (087) 9767623. Youth Club mobile number is (087) 6694693.
The Barntown Youth Choir Concert will be taking place in the Stanville Lodge Hotel on Sunday March 21. The purpose of this event is to raise funds to make a charity CD.
The show kicks off at 5 pm and will finish at approximately 7 pm. Admission is ¤5 for adults and ¤2 for children. There will be a raffle on the night with prizes galore. Everybody is most welcome. Please come along and enjoy an evening of local talent with us and help a worthy cause.
Just a reminder that Ferrycarrig Rowing Club are holding their AGM this Friday March 19 at 8 pm in Wexford Boat Club. All age groups are invited to attend. We hope to see many new faces this year and elect a committee comprising both new and old members. Parents of the younger rowers are encouraged to attend also. We look forward to seeing you all there.
Glynn/Barntown GAA Club Reunion takes place on March 19 in Riverbank Hotel at 8 pm. Tickets available from committee members. Your support would be much appreciated. Details can be found on; glynnbarntown.wexford.gaa.ie.
The Community Charity Day March 28 is fast approaching and plans are well underway for the Barntown Community Charity Day 2010. There is still a chance to sign up for one of the many events planned for the day if you haven't already done so. We've got a soccer tournament, poker bike run, cards in bar, skittles, karting, head shave, leg wax, charity auction, entertainment and wi competitions for the kids.
For further information about any event please ring Ann on (087)2307720 or Denis on (087) 8212755 or any of the committee members. Or check online at: www.bebo.com/maryjospub.
Looking forward to your support from 12 noon on March 28. All proceeds go to Wexford Hospice Homecare and The Irish Cancer Society.
Local production of the Jungle Book live on stage in Barntown Community Centre from Tuesday to Thursday March 23-25 inclusive. Come along for a great evening of entertainment. Tickets are available from Jane on (086) 3265406.
BARNTOWN SCHOOL NEWS
Mini Sevens: The school teams in boys and girls football were in action in this competition in recent weeks. Both teams acquitted themselves well giving fine performances. The boys were unlucky to loose out by just one point in the final match. Our thanks to the teachers who trained the teams and to the parents who provided transport to the matches and show support on the sidelines.
Science Project: Mr. Mernagh and her Senior Infants have been experimenting again. The topic last week was "Alive, Dead & Never Alive". Each child had to find - and bring to school - an object/item from each category. The children's imaginations were way more adventurous than Teachers expectations and some "real living creatures" arrived to the classroom on Thursday morning. Everybody had a great time though and Teacher now believes in the old saying "you live and learn"!
Special Assembly: Following a variety of events which took place during "Seachtain na Gaeilge" the whole school gathered in the main hall yesterday (Tuesday) for a celebration of Irish music, poetry and dance. The children were delighted to dress in "green" for the occasion and a really fun time was had by all.
No uniform day: There will be a no uniform day on March 26 in association with the Barntown Community Charity Day which is taking place on the weekend of March 28.
Donations are voluntary and any funds raised will be given to Wexford Hospice Homecare and the Irish Cancer Society.
Barntown Brigins and Guides had their annual enrolment after Mass last Wednesday night March 5. Congratulations to the new Brigins; Aoife, Aisling, Lizie, Elise and Amy and new Guides Hazel and Kayleigh. Thanks to all involved. We are recruiting new Guides and Leaders at present - if interested please come along any Wednesday night at 7 pm to the community centre or ring Eithne on (086) 2468940.
The Glynn/ Barntown Camogie Parish League got underway on Sunday morning last.
The first match was between team A, captained by Deborah Fitzharris and team B captained by Aine Doyle. This was a highly contested match which saw team A come from a 6 point deficit at half time to come out the eventual winners.
The second match was between team C, captained by Liz Wickham and team D, captained by Mairead Furlong. This too was a hotly contested match. Some blood was even shed! Deep into injury time team C was awarded a free and the super accurate Roisin Doyle put it over the bar to make it a draw.
Round 2 of the parish League will take place next Sunday morning with the first match starting at 11.00am sharp followed by the second match at 11.50am. Please come along and support the ladies.