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CR News 21.01.2024

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Sunday 21st Jan, 11 am, St. Michael’s – Larry & Maggie Callan, Corbane their son Lorcan & daughter Rosemary Rafferty & deceased Members of the Callan family.

Benny & Nancy Gartlan & deceased members of the Gartlan Family.

Monday 22nd  Jan, 11. 30 am, St. Michael’s – Funeral Mass for Katie Cooney, Carrickartagh.

Wednesday 24th Jan, 7.30pm – St. John’s – Remembrance Mass for Pat Threadgold, Kilcohan, Waterford.

Sunday 28th Jan, 11 am, St. John’s – Anne Monaghan, Corlea.

 

Webcam & Full Parish Bulletin Link https://www.carrickmacrossparish.ie/our-parish/web-cam/

 

Community Centre Class & Group Schedule – Monday – Introduction to Computers Class at 10 am.  Set dancing at 8 pm.  Line dancing at 7 pm.    Tuesday – Active Retirement 10 am.  Lourdes Fund meeting at 7pm.  Ceili Dancing 8.15pm.  Wednesday – Heritage Group 8 pm.  Bowls at 8 pm.  Thursday – Pipers at 8.30-10 pm.   Saturday – Social Dancing.  Sunday – 5K Walk or Run at 2.30 pm.

 

Corduff Raferagh Lourdes Fund meeting Tuesday 23rd Jan at 7 pm.

 

Active Retirement Group meets at 10 am, Tuesday 23rd Jan.

 

Heritage Group meeting on Wednesday 24th at 8pm.

 

Social Dancing to Robert Brown in the main hall on Saturday Jan 27th at the new earlier time of 8.30 pm.

 

5K Run or Walk – The Community Centre 5K Walk or Run takes place next Sunday 28th January, with registration at 2 pm and the Run starting at 2.30pm.  Admission €10 per adult and €20 per family.  A €50 voucher prize for the first participant to cross the finish line.

 

The Defibrillator located at the original doorway to the Community Centre needs to be replaced ASAP.  If you, your group or your business would like to make a donation towards the cost of the Replacement unit please contact Pauline Reilly on 087 2977091 or any member of the Community Association.

 

St. Michael’s Altar Society – Many people may not know but there is a St. Michael’s Altar Society in Corduff.  Twenty four ladies are part of the monthly rota who adorn the altar at St. Michael’s with flowers for their specific month.  Presently there are three vacancies for assistance.  The role involves replacing flowers and some light hoovering.  If you would like to help out please contact the Sacristan Rose Hanratty 087 780 9643.

 

Brendan Finnegan Memorial Cup football match between the Corduff Legends  and the Amsterdam Legends will take place on Saturday 2nd March 2024 at 3pm at Corduff Gaels GAA Pitch.  Following the match Refreshments will be served in the Community Centre and later on Presentations will take place in the Mountain Dew followed by entertainment.  Last February a large contingent of locals traveled to Amsterdam for the first Memorial Cup football match in memory of Brendan who played with both Corduff Gaels and later with Amsterdam GAC.  We look forward to welcoming Brendan’s former club mates, friends and family this year to Corduff for the second leg of the Memorial Cup.  For further details contact George McKitterick on 087 3611188.

 

Condolences to the Cooney family Carrickartagh on the passing of their mum and grandmother Katie.  Katie as we all know enjoyed the craic and banter, she was an extremely witty lady, small in stature but big in heart.  To Noel, Mary, Ann & Maeve and the entire Cooney family we extend sincere sympathies from the Corduff Raferagh Community.  May Katie rest in eternal peace.

 

CoRa Hub – Thank you to everyone who participated in the photo shoot last Friday at Corduff Raferagh Community Centre in relation to the promotion of the facilities available in CoRa Hub.  We’re looking forward to seeing the finished product.  The company tasked with Friday’s mission were very impressed with our facilities, the warm welcome they received and the overall enthusiasm from all who participated, so Thank You very much to everyone..

 

Corduff Corracharra Group Water Scheme – Please check your water supply for bursts or leaks after the cold snap.  The water level in the reservoir is dropping suggesting there are major leaks in the system.

 

A Wolf Moon – This week a Wolf Moon will appear on Thursday night,  Jan 25th.  The Almanac explains “that January’s full Moon came to be known as the Wolf Moon because wolves were more likely to be heard howling at this time. It was traditionally believed that wolves howled due to hunger during winter, but we know today that wolves howl for different reasons. Howling and other wolf vocalizations are used to define territory, locate pack members, reinforce social bonds, and coordinate hunting.”