OUR LADY'S ISLAND
The monthly Open House Coffee Morning takes place tomorrow Thursday, 26th April from 10.30a.m. to 12 noon. All are most wecome for a cuppa and chat - for free!
The G.A.A. Club lotto now stands at €15,000 and tickets may be purchased from local shops and from club members at a cost of €1.50.
There is also a match 3 prize of €300 up for grabs each week and Elaine O'rourke (seller Nicky White) shared in this prize last week. Last week's numbers were 2,8,17,29.
The A.G.M. of Our Lady's Island I.C.A. was held on Monday night last with a very good attendance of members. All the officers had completed their term of office and the following new Officers were elected: President - Kathleen Cleary. Secretary - Roisin Putt. Treasurer - Susan Keogh. Committee Kathleen Cleary, Roisin Putt, Susan Keogh, Mary Hayes, Peg Ellard.
Outgoing President Mary Hegarty in her Report recalled a very successful year and wished the new officers and committee every success. Roisin Putt was declared "Guild Person of the Year" for her record of attendance also participation and success in the monthly competitions. The raffle was won by Flo Dickson and Roisin Putt. Competition for Spray of Spring Flowers was won by Roisin Putt. The next meeting will take place on Monday, 14th May in the Community Hall at 7.30p.m.
Our Junior footballers got their championship campaign back on track with a hard-fought draw with Gusserance in Carne on Sunday evening. In difficult conditions they showed great determination to put their poor opening performance against Starlights behind them.
While they will feel it was a game they could have won, the Management team will be happy to get the point. Lets hope they can build on this performance and progrss in the championship.
Our attention now turns sto hurling and we wish the Managment and team well in their championship opening game against Taghmon in two weeks time.
To assist in the smooth running of our Community Hall it is essential that everyone wishing to use the Hall make a booking in advance - call Catherine on 0877504786, or email ourladysislandcommunitycentre@
Four hundred and fifteen young people from all over Diocese of Ferns, all members of Catholic Guides Ireland spent last week-end at Carne Holiday Centre marking the Sunset of the Guides Centenary Celebrations.
They had a wonderful time with a great variety of activities which included a trip to the Outdoor Pursuits Centre at Sheilbaggan for the older members. They were also treated to a visit by the Waterford based Coastguard Helicopter Rescue 117 when it landed at Carne on Saturday evening and they all had a good look inside.
Crew members of RNLI also came along and explained their role in sea rescues. The Centenary Celebrations concluded on Saturday night with a camp fire as the sun set over Carne, followed by a Disco.