The weekly 45 Drive was well attended on Sunday night last. The following is a list of the lucky winners.
First prize went to:- Dan Barry, Ashford and Mary Noonan, Freemount.The best Ladies team was :- Mai and Maura Burke, Broadford.The Gents prize was won by:-Martin Flynn, Feohanagh and Michael O’Callaghan,Freemount. The Mixed Prize was won by:Nora Brosnan, Meelin and Tim Ahern, Freemount. Table Prize was won by:-Denis Barrett, Banteer, and Timmie Curtin,Freemount. The following won Raffle prizes :-1 Neilie O’Connor, Freemount.2 Martin Flynn, Feohanagh.3 Mai Burke, Broadford.4 Michael O’Connor, Lismire 5 Michael O’Callaghan, Freemount.
The next 45 drive will be on this Sunday night November 11th at 8.pm. See you all on Sunday night and bring a friend..You can be on the road home at 10pm.
AROUND THE FIRESIDE
The next programme of Around the Fireside will be broadcast on C103 Local Radio on Monday night next November 12th.2018 ,we have a group from Killavullen and roundabout back again to do the honours at 10.06pm.. This is another great programme of Around the Fireside not to be missed. Make sure you tune in on Monday night next.
ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH
Mass on Sunday Morning at 10.30am as usual. Holy Hour and Mass on Monday Evening at 7pm. Mass on Tuesday morning at 9.30pm.
Mass and all devotions at St. Michael’s Church in Freemount are now available on the internet. The web address is http://www. myipstream.com/freemount. html. This will be especially welcome for all people who are housebound or away from home. Please pass the details onto your friends.
St. Michael’s Room is now available to parents who would like to bring young children to Sunday Mass.This room is located behind The Altar
NOVEMBER CEMETERY PRAYERS–Sunday November 11th. Milford Church after 9am. Mass.Knawhill Cemetery after 10.30am. Mass in Freemount and Ballinakill Cemetery at 2pm.
BREAKFAST CHILDREN’S CLUB
Cherry Blossoms breakfast club and after Schools in Freemount Community Centre. Opening hours: 7-9, and 1:406:30. Please contact Tina on 0876479031 for information
GLASH COMMUNITY CENTRE
Every Saturday morning circuit training for both men and women at 8 am full body workout contact Sheila at 0868136523
The annual Willie Dunne weekend will be held on November 23rd. Music singing and dancing .Refreshments.
together will be held in The Heritage Centre on Tuesday night at 8pm. This is an opportunity for you to get painting.
Freemount Community Playgroup Committee are establishing a Board of Management and are actively seeking members of The Community who would have an interest in becoming members of the Board. Anyone interested can address a letter to the Chairperson of the Playgroup or email freemountplaygroupdirectors@ yahoo.com.Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Upcoming events for Thursday Club.
November Mass 0n this Thursday Nov 8th at 2pm Everyone welcome
Nov 22 nd.
Gramophone Night Nov 28 th at 8 pm
Thurs Club Christmas Party Sat Dec 8th at Cois Abhann
Christmas Night Out Dec 11th at the Stars Concert at Charleville Park
Thurs Club Mass and Anointing on Dec 20th Club get-together
G.A.A. CLUB NEWS
LOTTO DRAW–The numbers drawn last week-end were:- 3-1113-18. There was no Jackpot winner. Lucky Dip winners were:1 Dave Nagle, Cappanagoul, Freemount. 2 Kay Withers, Freemount. 3 Alan Buckley, Ballinla, Freemount. 4 Alison and Aoife Curtin, Meelin. 5 Cora Lenihan C/O Clare O’Connor, Ballybahallow, Freemount. Jackpot this week €1550
CORK CO. G.A.A. DRAW– September & October Draws will be held at the end of October Total prize money of €450000. Top prize each month is €20000 . Tickets are €100 per year and €45 remains with our club . Total number of prizes is 650 including hotel breaks, vouchers and lots of cash prizes Contact any club member if you wish to join.
JUVENILE WALK–Freemount Juvenile GAA annual sponsored fun walk, run or crawl will take place on Sunday November 18th around the 4mile ring. Registration will be from 11:30 to 12 noon in the GAA dressing rooms and the walk will commence at 12 noon. All are very welcome to attend and take part and your support is greatly appreciated.
Freemount Macra National club of the year winners 20172018. It was a great honour for our club members and officers who travelled to Clonmel Park hotel last weekend to bring home the club of the year title. Freemount has been a very active club in this competition over the last 10 years. Claiming the title in 2011, 2014 and coming runners up in 2012 and 2017.
Though some of the faces and names have changed through the years, the sense of ownership and community has continued to shine through and the club continues to grow from strength to strength. Celebrations were had in Kellys bar in Kanturk last Sunday night. We would like to thank all our club members who travelled to Clonmel to support the club and not forgetting our wonderful club officers for all their hard work throughout the year.
Items for these notes should be with the correspondent each Monday night before 8pm .E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org hopefully some new people also. Just turn up on the night and you we will make sure everyone is sorted with a playing partner.
Poker night in the social club every Friday night from 9pm. This is on its third week and is proving to be very popular so please just come along if you wish to have a fun evening. €10 entry fee on the night.
KILBRIN GOLF SOCIETY
Kilbrin Golf Society outing next year has been arranged for 17ty May to Bantry Bay Golf Club. Dinner and B&B in the West Lodge Hotel. Golf will take place in Bantry and Skibereen. A deposit is to be paid by 15th November 2018. This is refundable up until 15th May 2019 so please get your names in as soon as possible. This year’s outing was a huge success so hopefully we will have the same again in 2019.
DR CROKE HOUSE
On Sunday November 25th Dr Croke House will host and evening of remembrance of people and places with poetry song and craic plus a special guest. This will be from 8pm until 10pm so please mark the date in your diary.
TÍR NA NÓG
The group are up and running again. Last Monday morning they ran a course on arts and crafts. This was a great success and there is much more in the pipeline.
Sincere sympathy is extended to Helen and Paul Byrne on the recent death of David, sympathy is also extended to the Hannon family on the death of Josie. May their souls rest in peace.
ST STEPHEN’S DAY WALK
This year’s St Stephen’s day walk will be going to Curraghs. This will include field walking for the children. The Lenihen family are organising the trip and we will give further details on this in the coming weeks.
The community council can be contacted at kilbrincc@gmail. com if you have any queries. Also the PRO can be contacted directly at Bennymick1968@gmail. com if you have anything of interest for this column. Whether you are at home or abroad we would be delighted to hear from you if you have anything that you would like to share.
Cemetery prayers will take place on this Sunday 11th November at Lyre Cemetery at 3pm, Kilcorney at 3.30pm and old Kilcorney at 4pm.
These children from Kilbrin National School, with their teachers Lisa Buckley and Catriona Murphy, undertook a school clean up last week.