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Round­wood Va­ri­ety Group are stag­ing the mu­si­cal “Joseph” from the 29th Jan­uary to the 2nd Fe­bru­ary, 2009.

The group are ex­tend­ing an open in­vi­ta­tion on Mon­day 15th Septem­ber at 8pm 2008 up­stairs in An Tochar G.A.A. com­plex, to all adults, teenagers and par­ents of young chil­dren who in the past or who would be in­ter­ested in the fu­ture in tak­ing part in the show whether it be per­form­ing on stage or help­ing out in any­way.

Our in­ten­tion on the night is to in­form peo­ple what the group is about and an­swer any ques­tions you may have re­gard­ing this sea­sons pro­duc­tion.

We would love to see all peo­ple who have pre­vi­ously been in­volved, i.e. spon­sors, back­stage peo­ple, cast etc., and we would es­pe­cially wel­come new mem­bers, male and fe­male.

Light re­fresh­ments will be served. If you have any en­quires please get in touch with John at 086 2451829. We look for­ward to see­ing you there.

AC­TIVE RE­TIRED TRIP

The Round­wood Ac­tive Re­tire­ment are plan­ning a few days away to Belfast from Sun­day 12th Oc­to­ber to Thurs­day 16th Oc­to­ber. Any­one in­ter­ested in go­ing should get their de­posits of ¤75 to William Bel­ton be­fore Fri­day 5th Septem­ber to en­sure your place.

MASS OF THE ANGELS

On Satur­day 4th Oc­to­ber the 8pm mass in St Lau­rence O’Toole church in Round­wood will be a spe­cial mass for fam­i­lies whose loved ones have died in in­fancy, early child­hood, youth or adult­hood. Fur­ther de­tails at a later date.

BINGO

The Ac­tive Re­tire­ment Fun Bingo will be back af­ter the sum­mer break on Thurs­day 11th Septem­ber in the Old School from 8pm to 10pm. Fam­ily mem­bers and friends are more than wel­come to at­tend. ¤5 per book and great raf­fle prizes. Come along and en­joy

ROUND­WOOD MAR­KET

Round­wood Mar­ket con­tin­ues ev­ery Sun­day from 1pm-5pm in the Old School, Round­wood. A se­lec­tion of home baked goods, crafts, plants, etc. will be avail­able. Hope to see you there.

CARD DRIVE

The 45 Card game takes place ev­ery Tues­day night at 8.45pm in Moneystown Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. Teas served. All are wel­come.

LOTTO

There was no win­ner of last week’s lotto. The num­bers drawn where 2, 10, 18 and 24. There were 18 match three win­ners, Next Weeks Jack­pot stands at ¤6,500

MONEYSTOWN DANCE

The Wick­low Man will play in Moneystown Com­mu­nity Cen­tre on Fri­day 12th Septem­ber from 9.30pm till 12. Teas served, re­fresh­ments avail­able, spot prizes. Come along and en­joy a night of waltz­ing, jiv­ing etc.

Com­ing to Moneystown Com­mu­nity Cen­tre is John Flood on Fri­day 10th Oc­to­ber and Tommy Car­roll on Fri­day 14th Novem­ber. The Wick­low Man will re­turn on Fri­day 12th De­cem­ber.

LOUR­DES

There will be a Pil­grim­age to Lour­des in Septem­ber 2009. The Pil­grim­age will be from Round­wood any­one who would like to travel from Laragh or any other area are very wel­come to do so. Names and De­posits will have to be in be­fore 1st De­cem­ber 2008, to book a place please con­tact Su­san at 0404 45276 any evening af­ter 8pm.

ROUND­WOOD AFC

Regis­tra­tion Evening for the 08/09 Soc­cer Sea­son Vartry Grounds 6.308.00pm Thurs­day 4th Septem­ber. All are wel­come.

Regis­tra­tion fees are as fol­lows: Un­der 6’s and 7’s ¤20; One child un­der 8’s and up­wards ¤50; 2 chil­dren per fam­ily ¤70; 3 plus chil­dren per fam­ily ¤80.

BAD­MINTON

Bad­minton is back again for new sea­son start­ing on Wed­nes­day 3rd Septem­ber at 7.30 Ev­ery­body wel­come in­clud­ing for­mer play­ers, so­cial play­ers and new play­ers. AGM at 9pm on same night. Hope to see all mem­bers there. Mu­sic lessons Round­wood Comhal­tas tra­di­tional mu­sic lessons be­gin again this Septem­ber. Be­gin­ners and in­ter­me­di­ate level avail­able in a range of tra­di­tional mu­si­cal in­stru­ments, tin whis­tle, fid­dle, new begin­ner flute class and new bodhran class.

If you are in­ter­ested please come along to our regis­tra­tion/in­for­ma­tion night which will be held on Tues­day 9 Septem­ber next at Round­wood Na­tional School be­tween 8pm and 9pm. Looking for­ward to see­ing you all there!

AN TÓCHAR GAA

Af­ter a dull and wet morn­ing last Sun­day the sun ap­peared at Pairc an Tóchar just as the clock struck two.

What per­fect tim­ing for the com­mence­ment of Club Jer­sey Day. The tem­per­a­ture soared to 25 de­grees as the pa­rade be­gan of all the teams from un­der 8s right up to se­niors in both boys and girls along with the young hurlers.

Th­ese were led by the cheer leaders decked out in their navy and blue. Af­ter the Na­tional An­them the group split into teams one at each sta­tion al­ter­nat­ing ev­ery fif­teen min­utes.

Events in­cluded mini matches, fun skills, ob­sta­cle course, kick fóda, penalty shoot, hurl­ing, hop scotch and tar­get shot. There was a man­agers Penalty Shoot with Shay Cullen winning the prize here.

This was fol­lowed by a pre­sen­ta­tion of medals to all par­tic­i­pants. The un­der 16 cap­tain, Jimmy Magee, re­ceived the League Cup which they won ear­lier in the sea­son. Lots of re­fresh­ments were served all day and two large bounc­ing cas­tles were in full swing all af­ter­noon.

A big thanks to all who worked so hard to make this day so suc­cess­ful. Well done in par­tic­u­lar to the ju­ve­nile com­mit­tee for or­gan­is­ing this very spe­cial event.

Well done to the lads who won their ju­nior B cham­pi­onship match last Thurs­day against Hol­ly­wood with a score of 0-13 to 0-8. Scor­ers on the evening in­cluded Fer­gal Mul­li­gan 0-3, Shay Cullen 0-5, Ed­ward Ka­vanagh 0-2, Noel Power, Joe Cole­man and Noel Wolo­han 0-1 each. Nick Nolan was solid in de­fence for this match.

All roads lead to Aughrim next Sun­day 7th Septem­ber for the county fi­nal of the ladies cham­pi­onship. This takes place at 2:00pm and our ladies face Ark­low in this fi­nal. The vil­lage looks bright and colour­ful decked out in navy and blue. Please re­mem­ber to bring your flags with you to Aughrim and cheer loudly for the An Tóchar ladies at 2pm on Sun­day.

Con­grats to Siob­hán Brady and Liam Kenna who both matched three num­bers in the club lotto last week. This weeks jack­pot is up at ¤10,800 so be sure to buy a club lotto ticket.

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