This year’s Senior Citizen’s Christmas Party Fund golf classic takes place on Saturday, June 18, in Kilcoole Golf Club for the Bomar Ltd and the Joe Moran Perpetual Trophies.
Format : Four Person Scramble. €100 per team. Tee time : 3.00 p.m. to 5 p.m. To enter a team please contact : Eddie Nugent 086 3064704, Tom Quigley 086 2106470 or Paul Kelly 086 6014844.
Sponsorship for the event would be appreciated. Sponsor Costs are as follows: Hole : €50 Green : €30 Tee-box : €25
Please support this worthy cause and thanks for your previous and continued support which is gratefully appreciated.
CCA PUB QUIZ
The annual Coláiste Chraobh Abhann Pub Quiz will be held this Thursday, May 19, at 8 p.m. in the Mill Room. Table of Four will cost €20 and Simon Doyle is Quizmaster on the night.
If you would like to donate a prize for the raffle, please drop it into reception.
STREET GAMES FÉILE 2016
Last week all pupils of Kilcoole Primary School were presented with a booklet entitled Naoi Déag Sé Déag, produced by KAPS – Kilcoole Area Play Space. This is to launch FÉILE CHLUICHÍ SRÁIDE, a competition for children in Kilcoole to invent their own street game, in commemoration of the children of 1916 and the games they played. All children under-16, who live in the village, may enter.
Application forms are available, with the booklet, in the following outlets: Kilcoole Thrift Shop, Bella’s Bubbles, The Post Office, Nicky’s Fruit and Veg and Gerry Mitchell’s. Further details and a digital copy of the booklet can be obtained from the Facebook page: Street Games Féile 2016. Other local primary schools are being sent a copy of the booklet and details of how to enter.
On Saturday, June 4, the finalist teams will demonstrate their new game in St Brigid’s and Holy Faith grounds from 1.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. A winning game will be chosen from the seven finalists, which are named after a signatory of the Proclamation. All finalists will be presented with a medal.
Everyone is welcome to come along and join in as there will be street games for everyone who wants to play. On Sunday, June 5, the winning Street Game will be demonstrated and the winning team will be presented their prizes.
KILCOOLE REMEMBERS 1916
Taking place from June 2 to June 5 Kilcoole Remembers 1916 is a four-day festival which will see a series of events, workshops and exhibitions marking the anniversary of the uprising. Along with the Victorian Fair, live music, children’s entertainment and craft demos, there’ll be markets, an outdoor screening, re-enactments and theatre productions, The Cross Border Luisne Women’s Project and the Bob Monteith Summer School.
Kilcoole GAA weekly lotto draw takes place every Monday night with the jackpot increasing €200 per week till it’s won. Pick four numbers, match four to win or share in the jackpot, match three to win or share €200. Tickets on sale in Tesco and Centra every Saturday morning or daily from some outlets or any committee member.
Bingo is held on Monday nights in St Patrick’s Hall at 8 p.m. Everybody is welcome.
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