Clogh-moneenroe: Final meeting for 2012 of Community Council

CHRISTMAS SHOW-Moneenroe National School pupils’ Christmas show will take place in Moneenroe Hall tonight Wednesday 19 December at 7 p.m. The show includes Christmas Carols, tin whistle playing and three plays - “The Sleepy Shepherd”, “Prickly Hay”, and “Dail Debate. This is always a very entertaining event for parents and children alike just before the Christmas holidays.

CHRISTMAS SHOW-Moneenroe National School pupils’ Christmas show will take place in Moneenroe Hall tonight Wednesday 19 December at 7 p.m. The show includes Christmas Carols, tin whistle playing and three plays - “The Sleepy Shepherd”, “Prickly Hay”, and “Dail Debate. This is always a very entertaining event for parents and children alike just before the Christmas holidays.

COMMUNITY ALERT-The final meeting for 2012 of Clogh Community Council announced that there will be a Community Alert meeting early in the new year. The council is doing a review of elderly people living in isolated areas and have asked neighbours to let them know of any such people who may be vulnerable. It was also confirmed that the new toilets will be installed in the Plots after Christmas and that plans are in hand for the provision of children’s play equipment beside the walking track. The AGM of the Community Council will be held in March when a date and details for the election of new members will be announced.

PRESENTATiON NIGHT-Clogh Handball Club held it’s Annual Presentation night on Saturday in the Cloneen Club. Once again there was a big turnout with great number of winners receiving their awards. A special awards night was held in the Parish Centre for Worlds gold medal winner William Love and silver medallist Ciara Mahon.

LIAM LAWTON-There was a fine turnout for the concert by Fr. Liam Lawton in St. Patricks Parish Church, Clogh on Thursday night. Also on the programme were the Moneenroe Folk Choir.

CABARET-Cloneen / Railyard juvenile GAA club will hold a cabaret in Cloney’s pub on Saturday night with music by Sean Kelly.