Cemetery Masses - Templeoum June 7; Piltown June 11; Owning (Church Grounds) June 14; Piltown (Old Cemetery) June 18; Owning (St. Mary’s Cemetery) – June 21; Kilkieran June 28.
Parishioners in Need - Fund Concert. Parishioners in Need - Fund Concert at The Church of the Assumption, Piltown on Thursday 30th May at 8pm featuring Nebraska Honor Choir – USA, The Unity Singers - Kilkenny & Badger Traditional Group - Tipperary. Admission €6.00.
Waterford Group Pilgrimage to Lough Derg - The Waterford Group Pilgrimage to Lough Derg for 2013 is from Friday, 28th June to Monday, 1st July. Contact Olive Hearne or Phyllis Purcell to make booking.
social dancing in piltown gaa complex - Saturday 25th May – Liam O’ Sullivan; Saturday 1st June – The Images; Saturday 8th June – Brian McDermott; Saturday 15th June – Pat Hogan; Saturday 22nd June – Finbar Dennehy; Saturday 29th June – Gerry Walsh.
Templeorum Lodge - On Friday April 26th the newly refurbished Templeorum Hall was transformed into a restaurant for the night “Templeorum Lodge”. It was a fantastic night & all monies raised went to Templeorum School. What made the night so special was the fact that Templeorum’s 5th & 6th class helped to prepare & serve the menu with the help of Mary McEvoy and some other volunteers. A big thank you to Caoimhe O’ Connell, Sophie Holden, Laura Power, Abigail Coughlin, Ellen Walsh, Eoin Fitzgerald, Oisin Carroll, Mervin Briscoe, Robert Briscoe, Seamus Dwyer, Will Hartery, James Phelan, Connor Kinsella, Cathal Knox, Tommy O Driscoll, Andrew Dermody & Diarmuid Dwyer. They all worked so hard on the night to make it a success.
Piltown, Carrick-on-Suir & Dungarvan Credit Union Combined Car Draw - Congratulations to Geraldine Foley, Owning who was the winner in monthly draw for May.
GAA MEMBERSHIP- All GAA Membership closes on 31st May - no monies accepted after this date. Membership fees can be paid to any Committee Member.
wanted - textiles, curtains, handbags and shoes. Your unwanted clothes, sheets, blankets, towels, curtains, scarves, and bags & shoes can help further improve the facilities at Piltown GAA. The proceeds from these items will help proved a beautiful walking area for pedestrians in addition to other works. The collection of these items is being coordinated by Piltown Juvenile GAA. Last year the scrap collection in which they had the key role provided the magnificent hurling wall which is improving the skill level of all our players. So “spring clean” your wardrobes of unwanted items & put them in plastic bags. We will also be distributing bags & further details to every house starting late May until mid June. Bags can be left at the main door of the GAA complex