CORK TO CARLOW CYCLE
All cyclists are asked to be at the Bus Park, Barrack Street�on Friday�night 13�of June at 7pm to get the bikes loaded for the 36�Annual Cork to Carlow cycle in aid of Carlow Wheelchair Association. All monies raised stays in Carlow and county to support local services.
The Ninth Solemn Novena has begun on Monday nights and will run for nine consecutive nights. The theme for this year�’s novena is ‘�Our Faith �Our Story’� and each night of the novena a guest speaker will speak on this theme. The seventh novena night is on Monday 16 June, Fr Diarmuid Hogan, former chaplain of UCG, will be the guest speaker.
Sleaty, Friday 13 June at 7.30pm. Leaugh, Wednesday 18 June at 7.30pm and St Mary�s, Monday 14 July at 7.30pm.
Killeshin FC recent lotto results. Numbers drawn were 15, 18, 19 and 21. There was no jackpot winner. The �25 lucky dip winners were Eddie Gorman, Stephan Merriman, Kay McDonald and Anto C. Seller�s prize went to Dan Doyle. The Jackpot is now stands at �€5,900.�
Whist every Wednesday night in Old Den beside Killeshin Hall at 8.30pm, beginners at 7.30pm and its all in aid of Killeshin Soccer Club. Contact Antoinette for details 085 7483893.
Table quiz in aid of St Clare�s Hospitality on Saturday 21 June at 8.30pm in the Talbot Hotel.
2014 Pilgrimage will take place from 06 to 11 July. A few places still available, cost �739.
A special thanks to everyone who contributed to the Fiver Friday in aid of St Clare�s Hospitality Food Kitchen. A total of �2,390 was raised.
Graiguecullen Community Childcare Centre, in the grounds of St Fiacc�s Primary School, is now taking enrolments for September 2014 for the free ECCE Preschool year for children born between 02 February 2010 and 30 June 2011. Also enrolling for Junior Preschool for children aged from 2 years 10 months and their Afterschool Service for all school age children.
FREE LIBRARY BOXES
Killeshin Community Development is going to erect outside free library boxes in the Killeshin area initially with more area�s being considered. These will work on an honesty policy of borrowing a book. We require adult and children fiction and non-fiction books in good condition. Any donations of books can be left into the Den, Killeshin
Athletics training takes place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in St Fiacc�s School at 6.30pm.
THOUGHTS ON CANVAS
A collection of paintings by Mary Clare Nolan and Lorraine Hayden, Thursdays daily from 11am to 5.30pm till June 15 in Tullow Street, Carlow, beside Whites Pharmacy. Raffle of a painting in aid of St Clare’s Hospitality. All welcome
Carlow Hockey Club will be hosting a summer hockey camp from Wednesday 02 to Friday 04 July, time 10am to 2pm daily in Carlow IT. The camp will be catering for children aged five to thirteen years old. Cost is �45 per child, �40 for second child. For more information, please contact Natasha on 0877570129.
EIST CANCER SUPPORT
‘Can-Thrive’ the new young person’s support group at the Eist Cancer Support Centre welcomes all young people coping with a cancer diagnosis. The group is holding a pampering evening for anyone coping with cancer�on Thursday June 19 from 5pm to 9pm�at the Centre. Please Contact us on 059 91 39684 to book a place as places are limited.
Mass will be held in St Clare�s Church on Sunday 22 June at 11.30am. If anyone wishes to add a patch to our remembrance quilt this year please design the patch for your baby on a piece of cloth measuring 6 inches x 6 inches square. Patches can be handed into the parish office before Monday 16 June.
Bingo every Tuesday night at 8.30pm in St Fiacc�s Hall. Great money to be won on the night. Jackpot �1,220 in 44 numbers. Check on double number and win �460.
IRISH CANCER SOCIETY
The Irish Cancer Society is offering a free transport service to patients undergoing chemotherapy treatments in the following hospitals: The Mater, Tullamore, Blanchardstown, St James�s and Tallaght. For more information, patients can contact their treatment team in the hospital or call Gail on 01 2310 566. �
Summer collection for the support of the priests, this collection will be taken up at all masses over the weekend. Envelopes are available in the envelope boxes or alternatively special envelopes are available at church doors. Envelopes can be left in any time. Your support, financial or otherwise is greatly appreciated.
TALK IT OVER
Have you suffered a loss such as relationship, job, family member, pet etc. whatever loss means to you in your life. Would you like to meet others dealing with loss. Talk it Over will facilitate a group to meet every Tuesday night from 8pm to 10pm �in their premises at Castle Hill, Carlow running six weeks commencing 06 May until and including the 10 June. For further information call 0863364961 �
First Aid refresher course will take place next Saturday 14 June, for details call 0868596607.
ST FIACC�S HALL
Hours available for indoor soccer, volleyball, basketball and badminton. Contact 059 9140330 for further information or call to the hall on Monday to Wednesday evenings from 9am to 10pm.
Training for basketball and indoor soccer on every Friday night for under 10 and 13 girls at 5pm to 6pm, under 10 boys, 6pm to 7pm and under 13 boys, 7pm to 8pm.
Graiguecullen and district indoor bowls now playing on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2pm to 4pm in St Fiacc�s Hall.
All ages welcome.