SOLAS COFFEE MORNING - Just a reminder of the fundraising coffee morning in the Rising Sun next week. A coffee morning in aid of the Solas Centre will be held in the Rising Sun on Tuesday Morning the 12th of February 2013 between 10am and 12 noon
The Solas Centre is the finest cancer support building in the country and the people of the south east can be proud in the knowledge that this is due to their support and generosity. Without them, the Solas Centre would not be here.
They aim to provide the best possible cancer support services to the people of the South East of Ireland. With the counselling, relaxation therapies and group support services on offer at the Solas Centre we endeavour to provide cancer patients, their families and carers with a safe place; a place to talk things over, to relax and express emotions.
This centre needs to be funded locally and through these coffee mornings and other fundraising ventures they are vitally important in maintaining the upkeep. It is an invaluable service to both family and patients who‘s family have been touched by cancer. Please support this venture as your support would be greatly appreciated 12th February between 10pm to 12 noon.
ST BEACONS NATIONAL SCHOOL ENROLMENT - While this is only February we must always be thinking ahead. This is also the case with St Beacons School Mullinavat and they are inviting parents to enrol their children for the year commencing September 2013. Application Forms for enrolment to St. Beacon’s N.S. Mullinavat for the year 2013-2014 are now available from the school. All applications must be returned to the school by Friday 1st March. If you need further information please contact Anne at 051-898442 on Monday, Wednesday or Friday.
JUVENILE HURLING AGM - The A.G.M. of Mullinavat Bord Na Nog will now take place on Friday the 8th of February in the clubroom at the Hurling field. The meeting has been rescheduled from the original date at the end of Janruary
MULLINAVAT GAA CLUB AND CAMOGIE DINNER DANCE - The annual dinner dance will be held this year in the Rising Sun on Saturday 16th Febrruary. All members are asked to support the night where presentations will be made to the Special Junior county champions, the Under 21 Southern roinn A champions and the pride of the parish the Senior camogie ladies will be presented with their medals. Tickets are very keenly priced at €25 and can be obtained from the following Mick Law (087) 6376385 Andy Aylward ( 087) 9413980 and Brian Kenneally( 087) 9237573
MULLINAVAT CAMOGIE CLOTHES COLLECTION - If there is a spring clean on in your wardrobe either male or female then the local camogie club would be very anxious to take these unwanted garments from you. They have organised a clothes collection for this Saturday the 9th February and are asking you to drop the bags to the hurling field before 12 noon.
WELL DONE SHAMIE - Last week’s Winning Streak show featured local man Seamus Farrell from Killahy. Shamie handled himself well in the limelight of the T.V. cameras and Gerri May. In the first part of the show he won himself a car (Toyota Yaris) to the value of 15k and then in the team task he collected 12k along with all the other players. When it came to spinning the wheel Shamie performed like a true thoroughbred coming with a late flourish to pass the post first and spin the wheel. All of Mullinavat had their legs hands and everything else crossed in the hope Shamie could hit the jackpot. Shamie spun the wheel with such vigour that we thought the 9 oclock news would have be deferred for 15 minutes until the wheel stopped. It eventually came to rest in the 25k slot and so the Killahy man had conducted a good day’s work.
Looking at the audience a great day was had by all and so 7 years after his father Tommy had spun the wheel Shamie had completed his day in the sun. Once again congratulations and happy driving and spending.