Jaxon Cranley, Ballyhane, only son of Timmy and Rachel was christened on Sat 5th May with a lavish party put on for family and many friends. Health and more health to baby Jaxon always.
To Brian O’Donoghue, Cappagh, on the death of his brother Pat in England
Recently engaged was Jerry O’Dwyer, Tinnahinch, son of Dermot and Margaret, to a lassie, Alison Wilaby, Kentucky. Alison is big into the horses as is Jerry who is a jockey over there since he left Ireland. Jerry, we’ll all be off to Kentucky for the wedding!! The very best of luck to you both is the sincere wish of all your friends in Cappa and Anacarty.
Will be out and about for the Summer Months, sweeping, cleaning, weeding, painting, planting flowers and shrubs. All volunteers welcome Tuesday's 7.30pm or do a little bit on your own time.
To two local ladies who celebrated birthdays last week, Breda Ryan Hannah, Centra Supermarket, celebrated with family, in-laws and outlaws at her home last week and Maura Fahey, Woodbine, who celebrated her 93rd with a big cream cake with all her friends at the day centre on Wed 2nd May. By the way Maura is 43 years older then Breda and writing a book as we speak.
Are needed for Cashel and Emly Lourdes Pilgrimage 16th – 21st June. Contact Fr. Jimmy Donnelly 061-380165
To the Cappawhite girls Molly Ryan Bawn (capt), Sinead O’Brien, Rosin O’Neill and Ella Cummins who were part of the St. Ailbie’s, Tipp Town, 1st year team which won a blitz in Mallow recently beating Colaiste Muire, Ennis in the final.
A big party was held in O’Neill’s Toem on Sunday last to mark Johnny Ryan (P) birthday. The previous week Johnny celebrated with his twin brother, Larry, who is in the nursing home in Pallasgreen. Family, neighbours and many friends really enjoyed the 2nd big occasion in Toem under the new management.
On last Saturday was a real success. Well done to organisers, Patricia, Cecilia, Michael and Aisling and to all the people who bought tickets, supplied food, gave spots etc. and to the lady in the kitchen, all night, Kitty, who saw that everyone was served. Ronnad was on a high throughout the night!!
This years Cul Camp takes place in Cappawhite GAA from 16-20 July. Online booking now open at https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
First Thursday Night of each month @ 8pm. Venue: Kelly's Bar. New members welcome.
19th May in Resource Centre. Playing is Michael Collins and band
In honour of Philip Ryan(B) on Sat 26th May at 9.30pm. Proceeds to the Cappawhite Resource Centre and Scoil Aonghusa, Cashel. Music by Tim Joe and Ann. Tickets available from any Community Council member. Further information ring 087-2761484
Tue, Wed, Thur, at 1pm in Resource centre. Ring Mary 062-75071 ext 2 before 10am. Cost €8
Starting Wed 9th May 2pm-3.30pm for 4 weeks. In Cappawhite Community Resource Centre. Enquiries contact Mary at 062-75071 ext 2
Bookings can be made by calling Carmel Clancy 086 3483503 after 5pm or firstname.lastname@example.org for Birthday Parties, Hall-Hire, soccer, funerals etc.
Bingo continues every Friday night at 8.30pm.
45 drive continues every Sunday night at 8.30pm.