The Thursday morning coffee club is now finished and will be back in September.
Have a great summer!!
The next meeting for parents who are presenting children for Baptism in the Parish will be held on Monday 29th June at 7pm in the Parish Center. Parents presenting children for Baptism in July and August are asked to attend this short meeting.
St. Fiacc’s School end of year Mass will be held this Friday, June 19 at 11.30am in St. Clare’s Church. All are welcome to join the school community in celebrating their achievements over the past school year.
Leaugh: Monday 22nd June at 7.30pm. St Mary’s: Monday 13th July at 7.30pm.
St Clare’s Hospitality is funded completely by donations and run completely by volunteers. Volunteers are essential to keep this service going. If you are interested and feel you could give a few hours per week please call into the centre or contact the parish office 0599141833. 100% of all donations go directly to helping local people in need. We are extremely grateful to everyone who donates their time and/or money to this cause. Non perishable food (e.g. tinned peas/beans, tinned fruit
Initially the opening hours are from 12.30pm-3.30pm from Mon to Fri where a hot lunch will be served. Lunches are free but a donation box is available should anyone wish to donate.
Bingo as usual every Tuesday night @ 8.30pm. Great money to be won.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in St. Fiacc’s House every Wednesday from 10.30am to 2.30pm.
Killeshin Pipe Band
Looking for new members, if you or anyone you know would like to join the Pipe Band please call in any Tuesday evening between 7pm and 8pm. All are welcome. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support over the years we really appreciate it. (Note) We are trying to contact Emelia Walsh who won the Guess the weight of the Cake competition at our annual field day on May 3rd.
Niall Mellon Educate Volunteers, Vera Smith & Catherine Nolan, are holding a Clothes Recycling Collection all year round in aid of their forthcoming trip to South Africa to help build schools in rural Eastern Cape the birthplace of Nelson Mandella. Old clean clothes, shoes, bags, bed linen and curtains can be dropped into Terry Smith Kitchens, Sleaty Rd Graiguecullen (no duvets or pillows please). Collection can be arranged by contacting Vera at 086-8317940 or Catherine at 086-8709846. We also accept old mobile Phones.
Vonnie’s trip to Chile
A big thanks to all who helped to make the table quiz such a great success.
Graiguecullen Community Development Group are holding a Bicycle Safety and Maintenance workshop on Saturday 20th June 12-4pm at St Fiacc’s National School. Come along and let a qualified bicycle mechanic check your lights and brakes. There will be tips on maintaining your bike, safety advice, spot prizes and refreshments. Everyone is welcome to come along to this free event. Like us on facebook for more details.
All Pope John Paul II participants for 2014/2015 have until July 31st to complete the gold/papal cross award. Please contact Cathríona for help completing parish/social hours.