Around the districts: Aghinagh, Ballyhea, Boherbue, Castlemagner and Kilcorney-Dromtariffe
.AA Lotto Results
There were no Jackpot winners: €50 jackie Spillane, Moulnahorna; €20 Ger Healy, Kilnamartyra; €20 Billy and Lynda Wiseman, Mashanaglass; €20 Henry Browne, Macroom; €20 Paddy and Kathleen McSweeney, Kilbarry. Next week’s jackpot €5,550
Ballinagree Village Lights
Michael Creedon of Community Alert approached the Council about the very poor lighting in Ballinagree village and they had no problem agreeing to his request so that the village is now lit up as it should be.
Ballinagree ICA was formed over 50 years ago and is still going strong There will be a meeting next Thursday evening at the usual 8.30 am New members are welcome. If you’re not sure where, ask one of the members the next day or so.
The Singers Club
The Macroom Singers Club which held their singing sessions in the Auld Triangle every Sunday evening have now changed location to The Bell Inn in Clondrohid. If you are interested in old songs or newly composed or even modern songs, please come every other Sunday evening, the last session was last Sunday evening January 23rd, so the next one will be Sunday February 6th from 8 am still a very pleasant night.
Throwback music at Laine Bar Ballinagree
The music will return to Laine Bar Ballinagree on Saturday evening February 12 with Jerry McCarthy. Happy days are back.
Confessions are heard after Mass. Exposition and blessing after Thursday Mass
The Rosary is recited before daily Mass and after Sunday Mass at 8:30 a.m.
Opinion on contribution envelopes – A big thank you to everyone who sent their envelopes for 2021. Please return the remaining envelopes to the sacristy or the parish house as soon as possible, in order to finalize the claim to be made with the Revenue Commission for 2021.
Receiving Holy Communion – For the moment, and in order to avoid unnecessary travel, you are asked not to bring children with you to Holy Communion. Only those who wish to receive should approach the altar. When coming to Holy Communion, please do so seat by seat in order to maintain social distancing.
Electronic payments – Easter offers, dues and weekly offers can now be made using a credit card or PayPal. For this facility, please go to the parish website: ballyheaparish.com Go to the ‘Donate’ button and follow the instructions.
Collections from the church portal – No church door collection at St Mary’s Church, Ballyhea is approved by the parish. Any group or organization intending to collect outside the church gates is asked to present copies of their permits in the sacristy, as well as copies of authorization letters from those collecting on their behalf. This should be done before collection begins.
GAA Club Ratings
Lotto – The numbers drawn on January 22 were 19, 32, 38. There was no winner of the €6,600 Jackpot. Winners of the €30 Lucky Dip each: Pat O’Shaughnessy c/o Mike Morrissey, Bernie Daly c/o Bernie Daly, Elaine Buicke c/o Costcutters Ballyhea.
The next draw will take place on Saturday January 29 for a jackpot of €6,700. Get your tickets by 5pm on Saturday from Costcutters Ballyhea or one of the ticket vendors or they can be purchased online at play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=199#Anchor Thank you for your support continued.
Due to the ongoing Covid 19 situation and to ensure the transparency and integrity of the draw, the club has decided to hold the draw on Saturday evening. The first three numbers in the National Lottery main draw will be the jackpot numbers. If a number above 42 is drawn in the first three, the draw will continue with the next number drawn below 42.
The club appreciates the support of lottery players and fans during these difficult times and is very grateful for your continued support. Protect yourself and good luck in the draw.
Munster Champions – Congratulations to Ballygiblin on winning the all-Irish junior semi-final last weekend. Good luck now in the quest for the elusive All Ireland final title.
Online shop – The club’s online store is proving very popular. All the latest club gear can be purchased from the O’Neill website. Check it out at oneills.com/shop-by-team/GAA/ireland/ballyhea-GAA.html
Instagram- The club can now be followed on Instagram. To see the latest photos of the club, visit ballyheagaaclub.
Ballyhea National School
Registration forms are now available for September 2022. Please contact the office for more information on 063 81086 or email [email protected]
Ballyhea Community Alert has successfully implemented a network of text alerts to immediately alert our community when an incident occurs. Prompt information to and from Gardaí deters criminal activity. If you would like to become a member of our SMS Alerts Network, please call any of the following for information and to register – Phil Ryan 087 2937465, Pat Daly 086 1220114, James Horgan 087 2572271, Willie Meaney 087 1936842, Con Walsh 086 8570355. The charge for this service is €10 per year.
Ballyhea Response Group
Ballyhea has set up a support group who will run errands, collect a prescription from a doctor or pharmacy and offer support to anyone who may be feeling vulnerable, isolated, alone or worried in the midst of this crisis. sanitary.
Ballyhea Response Group has already spoken to some shops and pharmacies and strict hygiene protocols will be followed (eg use of disposable gloves, a shopping bag and a pledge to never enter your home). Please have your doctor’s number on hold with your Eircode. If you don’t know your Eircode, you can tell one of the following people and they will get it for you.
Here are the emergency contact details: The national Covid-19 helpline number is 1850 24 1850. The senior line can be contacted on 1800 80 45 91. ALONE also offers Corona virus advice on 0818 222 024. Numbers emergency 112/999. Buyers telephone numbers – Mike Morrissey 087 205 14 36, Jim Codd 087 922 39 39, Helen O’Sullivan 086 326 33 59, Ger O’Shea 087 823 76 97.
As time passes, already in February and with the covid pandemic fading or do we just get used to it and don’t take so much attention, the year opens and the next to the agenda is the long weekend which coincides with St. Patrick’s Day.
It is something that is looked forward to as much as Christmas, the date is fixed and one can plan ahead.
In Boherbue, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take center stage and will be led by Grand Marshal Pat Courtney, one can already imagine his big smile as he greets the people of his homeland, a region he cherishes deeply.
The flag bearers and the Cullen Pipe Band will follow, adding a real sense of victory to the celebration.
Businesses, schools, clubs and organizations are urged to make a big push this year.
It’s a special occasion for all age groups and we should all be proud of our heritage.
The festival committee will decorate the street with banners and flags and, as usual, shamrocks will be available free of charge in the church yard before mass that day.
GAA Club GA
The Boherbue GAA Club is holding its annual general meeting in the club rooms this Friday, February 4 at 7:30 p.m. All members have requested to attend.
The numbers drawn were 2, 12, 17 and 18. Lucky shot €50 Mag Flynn, Derratubrid. €20 each Joe O’Sullivan, Derrinagree; Betsy Anne O’Connor, Ruhillmore; Mary Courtney, Kanturk. Online €20 Kevin Murphy, Beaumont, Cork. Seller price post office.
The Boherbue Juvenile Club officers elected for 2022 were: President, Rena Murphy. Secretary, Tina Dunston. Assistant Secretary, Suzanne Hegarty. Treasurer, Eileen Aherne.
‘For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under Heaven’
With a season of upward change in the air since the much-awaited news of the government ‘opening up’, Castlemagner Sinsir Club feels a sense of renewal and relief. We are aware that such a change brings mixed emotions for all of us.
There may be mixed feelings such as apprehension, relief, confusion, positivity, excitement, fear. However, we still see a great year ahead. The Sinsir club chooses to take the opportunity to celebrate the chance to be together again as a community; to bring back the values of friendliness and conviviality. On the horizon we see a bright new dawn and as we step back into the light we live in hope of vacations together, day trips, shopping, music, learning opportunities and a renewal of our weekly gatherings with a sense of unity and celebration.
For starters, we’re hoping to arrange a bus tour to Cork Opera House to see Ireland’s greatest voices, the Three Tenors, who return for their annual Mother’s Day special, a must-see concert of classic hits made famous by artists like Sinatra, The Dubliners and Pavarotti. This is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, February 19, 2022. Listen to all the special songs you love, performed with passion! Caledonia, Grace, The Green Fields of France, The Parting Glass, My Way, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Oh Sole Mio.
The group includes Ireland’s favorite trio, Kenneth from Cork, Paul and Kevin, providing the ‘feel-good factor’ promising a fabulous evening to remember. Featuring an exciting Celtic-style program with a twist, this thrilling concert is a classic mix filled with the finest contemporary and uplifting songs with something for everyone! Their remarkable friendliness and connection with their audience make this a uniquely personal concert. There are currently standing ovations at every concert! This is the one not to be missed.
The organization of this evening is subject to the level of interest within the community. As soon as we have enough names, the reservation will be made. To register your interest, contact Kathleen as soon as possible on 086 8521808 to allow time to block-book tickets and the bus. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Denis Horgan Bowling Club Winter competitionsNed Kelleher 27 points. Maurice Cashman 33 points. Danny Murphy 26 points. Sam Ahern 20 points. Eugene or Sullivan 10 points. John Breen 24 points. Joanne Murphy 2 points. Kieran Duggan 1 point. Dean Sexton 10 points. Mikie McAuliffe 3 points. Mikie Murphy 4 points. Scott McNulty 1 point. Kevin Flynn 15 points. Denis O’Sullivan 5 points.