Murroe / Boher Nativity Pageant

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It’s that time of year again, the Murroe Boher pageant will take place on Sunday 23rd Dec in Murroe church at 7pm. Lots of work goes into this pageant, so please join us on the night and spread the word! The amazing junior and senior church choirs will also be taking part. Thank you.

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Bee Blogs – November 2018

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The autumn was unseasonably mild and my bees have been busy working on the ivy.  I must check that my colonies feel if they are heavy enough. I have some ambrosia fondant which I can use if any colony feels too light. This is easily digested by bees and good for use over winter. You just score a cross on one side of the pack and peel back the plastic and place this on top of the frames or over the hole in the crown board. They must have plenty of ivy honey  as the flow extended into November. They brought in loads of pollen which should set them up for the winter.
Some people worry that the brood nest can be so full of ivy honey that the queen will have no room to lay in the Spring. This can happen but now is not the time to rectify the situation – we will have to wait till the winter is over to check that out. Some people regard ivy honey as a problem – but as long as the bees can get enough moisture to use the granulated honey, it is a more balanced food source than sugar.
It seems a good idea to add some insulation inside the roof if you have any wooden hives.
We all know that bees are important. According to an article I read recently it is estimated that 1.4 billions farming jobs and three quarters of the world’s food supply – worth about $577bn – depend on the pollination of bees.  And of the 100 species that feed 90% of human beings 70 depend on bees to pollinate them.
In the past 50 years the level of agricultural production that depends on pollination has risen by 300% but the bee populations have dropped. In the UK the number of bees fell by 54%  between 1985 and 2005. In the USA domesticated bee colonies fell from 5.9 million to 2.4 million between 1947 and 2008.
As we learnt recently 40% of invertebrate pollinator species – especially bees and butterflies – are facing extinction.
The reason for this decline could be overuse of insecticides, loss of habitats, the varroa mite or even interference from electromagnetic radiation or a combination of all these factors. And now we have another threat with the Asian hornet on our door step – when this hornet gets into a hive the bees surround it and effectively cook it  to death by raising their body temperatures. If we could measure the hive temperature we could  detect the presence of this predator and do something about it.
The World Bee Project has linked with Oracle, the large IT firm to create a network of ‘smart hives’ to gather data about bees and their relationship to their environment. They plan to monitor the health of bees across the world.
They have developed sensors to place on hives to capture the sounds, the weight of honey, hive humidity, temperature,  local weather and the levels of air pollution.  They are using Artificial Intelligence to analyse the data. This will allow them to understand what they describe as the “signature” of  ‘healthy and unhealthy hives.” John Abel of Oracles says that “sound is probably is the most important data”.
The key is the possibility of identifying early indicators of problems.  For instance bees can swarm due to poor ventilation or high temperatures – getting live data might provide the beekeeper with information and allow them to take preventive measures.
This project will give objective data from around the world and may help us to slow or stop  the decline of bees. If the technology becomes more generally available it might allow us to manage our bees using objective data and cut out unnecessary interventions.
If you are looking for a Christmas present for a beekeeper –  a book recommended to me is one  called, “The  Honey Bee Inside Out”  by Celia F Davis. It details the  inner and outer workings of the bees. The same author has another book called “The Honey Bee Around and About” which explains how the bees fit into their environment and much more.
Happy Christmas….and here is to a bumper 2019.
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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 16th Dec 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                       Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

 Annivesaries:                          Murroe

Nora Rainsford Months Mind and

Biddy Bourke Months Mind                                          7pm this Saturday

Willie Quigley and John O’Connell                                9am this Sunday

Donagh Hanly                                                               11.30am this Sunday

Martin and Bridgine Carey and Christine Coughlan (nee Carey) and

Peggy Fitzgerald                                                           7pm next Saturday

                               May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Elizabeth O Connor.

Murroe: Nora Lonergan 7pm, Suzanne Barron 9am, Saundra Ni Chiosog 11.30am

Christmas Ceremonies: Christmas Eve Masses: Boher 7 pm, Murroe 8.30pm.

Christmas Day Masses: Boher 10am, Murroe 9am and 11.30am.

Christmas Mass Bouquet’s available in Church Sacristy’s.

Clergy Collection (Christmas) takes place this weekend 15/16 Dec.

🎶🌟All are invited to the Nativity Pageant on Sunday 23rd December at 7.00pm in Murroe Church. ✨🎶

Murroe Post Office: The Post office will be open for normal business on Saturday next 22nd December, including full postal deliveries and collections.

Abington Church: The Annual Carol Service takes place in Abington Church on this Monday 17th December at 8pm. All are welcome to this traditional event. Collection for St Vincent De Paul.

Murroe-Boher Senior Citizens Party will take place on Sunday 13th January in Hayes’ Cappamore. Mass at 1.30 followed by Lunch at 2.15. Music by Sean, Paddy and Karen. Tickets €15 available from Kathleen 087 2387686 or Carmel 087 6107132.

Boher Annual Walk and Fun Run will take place on St Stephens Day at the earlier time of 11am. Starting form Boher Community Centre. Proceeds to Limerick Branch of Irish Kidney Association. Refreshments served.

Loop System: The Loop System is now in operation in Murroe Church. This will facility anyone attending the Church, who uses a hearing aid, to hear Mass etc without interference. The cost of the system in Murroe is €2583. If people would like to make a donation towards this cost, we would be extremely grateful. Many thanks to those who have already made donations.

Holme’s Florist Cappanuke: Christmas Wreaths, Swags, Table pieces and arrangements now available and made to order. Contact us on 061 386318 or 086 2493499.

Boher Community Development Association thanks everybody who supported their Christmas Market last Sunday. It was a great success. Artists, crafts people and culinary experts, displayed their work to our visitors. Santa and Mrs Claus arrived by carriage and two white horses to everybody’s delight. Santa’s grotto had to be the best in the country!

2019 Calendar: Boher Community Development Association’s 2019 Calendar includes a delightful selection of old and recent photographs reflecting the lives and achievements of the people of Boher and places of interest. The back of the calendar features some Boher-related snippets from old newspapers and journals. Cost €5.  Available from shops and bars in Murroe and Boher. On Sunday next, 23 December, this Calendar will be on sale following 10am Mass, outside Boher Church.

Diary Date: Boher Parish Social, Saturday 26 January at the Millennium Centre, Caherconlish. More details later.

Progressive 45 every Friday night at Boher Community Centre, 8pm sharp.

Murroe/Boher Camogie Club: JUNIOR TEAM: Murroe/Boher Camogie Club will be entering a junior team along with our intermediate team for the 2019 season. Registration for the junior team will take place in Murroe Clubhouse on January 11th at 7pm. Players of all ages and abilities are encouraged to come along. Whether you are looking to try out the sport to stay fit or you are dusting off your boots and helmet please get in touch. If you can’t attend the registration night be sure to contact our Facebook page to express your interest or contact Fiona O’Malley (0863017002).

Murroe-Boher Community Games: The art, model-making and handwriting will be held on Saturday, the 5th of January at 11:30am, in Muintir na Tire hall, Murroe.  Art – Boys and Girls U8 over 6, U10 over 8, U12 over 10, U14 over 12, U16 over 14.  Model-making – Boys and Girls U10, U12, U14, U16.  Handwriting – Boys and Girls U10, U12.  €2 entry to go towards paper, card, medals and modelling clay.  Children to bring their own pencils and colours please.  Looking forward to seeing you on the day.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The men’s teams didn’t have any fixtures last weekend, (We’re sure they all took advantage of the week off to do some Christmas shopping!) All attention was on the U-13 Boys then who won their league after a fine 3-0 triumph over Galbally with goals from Joe Shanahan, David Moloney, and Billy Twomey, and a penalty save from Jamie Kirby. They are now promoted back to the Premier Division for next year! Well done to all the boys on a fantastic season and coach Allen O’Shaughnessy. Check out our Facebook page for the latest fixtures and results. Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15. A great stocking filler!

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 9th Dec 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                       Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Fiona McElligott, Ballytrasna, Old Pallas

Anniversaries:                          Murroe

Margaret Carey and

Owen and Josie O’Malley                                              7pm this Saturday

Jimmy and Maureen Kirby and

Breda and Jackie Keays                                                 11.30 this Sunday

Nora Rainsford Months Mind and

Biddy Bourke Months Mind                                          7pm next Saturday

Willie Quigley and John O’Connell                                9am next Sunday

Donagh Hanly                                                               11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Michael and Margaret Collopy and

Deceased members of the Mullane Family                      10am this Sunday

                               May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Laurence Bartley.

Murroe: Willie Carey 7pm, — 9am, Tom Seaver 11.30am

Confessions for Christmas will take place following all Masses next weekend 15th & 16th December

Christmas Mass Bouquet’s available in Church Sacristy’s.

Clergy Collection (Christmas) will take place next weekend 15/16 Dec. Envelopes are being distributed at present

Sincere thanks to the Tractor Run Committee for their generous donation of €3000 towards the repairs of the windows in Murroe Church.

Blood Transfusion Service will take place in the Newport Community centre on Sunday 16th December from 12noon until 3pm.

🎶🌟All are invited to the Nativity Pageant on Sunday 23rd December at 7.00pm in Murroe Church. ✨🎶

St Vincent de Paul Annual Collection: St Ailbe’s Conference SVP wish to thank most sincerely all those who contributed to the recent Church gate Collection. €1645 was collected. This money will be used to help our neighbours in need this Christmas and throughout the year. St. Vincent de Paul is a voluntary organisation and in order to protect the confidentially of our clients, we ask that anyone wishing to contact CVP please phone 061 317327. Volunteers always needed. Contact the above number if you would like to Join us. Happy Christmas to all.

Murroe-Boher Senior Citizens Party will take place on Sunday 13th January in Hayes’ Cappamore. Mass at 1.30 followed by Lunch at 2.15. Music by Sean and Paddy. Tickets €15 available from Kathleen 087 2387686 or Carmel 087 6107132.

Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish on Saturday 15th December. Music by Chris Dallatt. Tea served. Admission €10

Loop System: The Loop System is now in operation in Murroe Church. This will facility anyone attending the Church, who uses a hearing aid, to hear Mass etc without interference. The cost of the system in Murroe is €2583. If people would like to make a donation towards this cost, we would be extremely grateful. Many thanks to those who have already made donations.

Holme’s Florist Cappanuke: Christmas Wreaths, Swags, Table pieces and arrangements now available and made to order. Contact us on 061 386318 or 086 2493499.

Boher Community Development Association: Boher Christmas Market, will take place this Sunday 9th December.  Savour the atmosphere and buy beautiful Christmas gifts from a wide selection of arts, crafts, baking, needlecraft, woodwork etc.  Santa and Mrs Claus will arrive at 2pm where you can join them in their new spectacular grotto.  Don’t miss this event!

Boher Community Development Association launched its 2019 Parish Calendar last week at O’Neill’s Bar.  The calendar includes a delightful selection of old and recent photographs reflecting the lives and achievements of the people of Boher and places of interest. The back of the calendar features some Boher-related snippets from old newspapers and journals.   Cost €5.  Available from shops and bars in Murroe and Boher.

Diary Date: Boher Parish Social, Saturday 26 January at the Millennium Centre, Caherconlish. More details later.

Progressive 45 every Friday night at Boher Community Centre, 8pm sharp.

Murroe-Boher Historical Society will host a talk by Dr. Gerard Curtin on the topic of “Small Nucleated Settlements in County Limerick, 1840 – 1920,” on Thursday, 13th December at 8.30 p.m. sharp at the Muintir na Tire Hall, Murroe (Eircode: V94 N740). Admission to non-member €5 (including refreshments).

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg wish to advise that our Annual Christmas Bag packing is taking place in Dunnes Stores on Childers Road on Sunday 16th December and Wednesday 19th December. Anyone available to help out at this much needed fundraiser, please contact any of the committee to let them know. Our AGM took place on Monday 03rd December, and all officers were returned un opposed.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team took on local rivals Cappamore in the League last weekend and came away with a well deserved win on a 2-0 scoreline. Evan Walsh and Liam Quinn with the goals. The B team fixture against Meanus was called off. Check out our Facebook page for the latest fixtures and results. Well done to the Murroe U-12 Boys who secured the Premier League title last weekend with a fabulous 2-1 win over Charleville. Congrats to Richie Long and the other coaches. The future certainly looks bright with this gang of lads! Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15. A great stocking filler!

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 2nd Dec 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Carmel Doherty, Delvin, Co Westmeath (Mother of Ita Richardson)

Ella McCarthy, Portnard

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Willie Hartnett and deceased family members                7pm this Saturday

Jim Collins                                                                   11.30am next Saturday

Owen and Josie O’Malley                                             7pm next Saturday

Jimmy and Maureen Kirby and

Breda and Jackie Keays                                                            11.30next Sunday

Boher

Sr. Ignatius O’Connor Months Mind and

James and John O’Gorman                                            10am this Sunday

Michael and Margaret Collopy and

Deceased members of the Mullane Family                     10am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Helen Hickey.

Murroe: Breda Fitzpatrick 7pm, Michael O’Loughlin 9am, Bridget McLoughlin 11.30am

Masses for Coming Week: No Mass in Boher on Monday, No Mass in Murroe on Tuesday. No morning Mass in Murroe on Friday

Feast of the Immaculate Conception next Saturday. No morning Mass in Murroe on Friday, Vigil Mass Friday evening at 7pm. Masses on Saturday, Boher 10am, Murroe 9am and 11.30am

Adoration in Murroe will start at 10.30am next Friday and finish at 6pm.

Loop System: A new Loop System is currently being installed in Murroe Church. This will facility anyone attending the Church, who uses a hearing aid, to hear Mass etc without interference. It is expected that work will be completed early this week. The cost of the system in Murroe is €2583. If people would like to make a donation towards this cost, we would be extremely grateful.

Lotto Results for 26/11/18 -8,15,22,30- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips John Crowley, Liam Moore, Laura Moore & Kathleen Kirby. Next week’s Jackpot €2,700 Draw in Valley Inn

Date for your Diary: Sliabh Feilim Singers Annual Christmas concert will be held at 5pm this Sunday 2nd December in Abington Church, admission €10.  Given the homelessness crisis, this year we have decided to give proceeds to Focus Ireland.  We look forward to meeting you at our concert for an enjoyable evening of music and song.

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg wish to advise that our AGM, will take place on Monday 03rd December at 8.00pm in Club Pavilion.

Boher Community Development Association: Boher Christmas Market, Sunday next 9th December, at 2pm.  Calling all craftspeople, artists, bakers, (young and not so young), and culinary experts.  Book a stall at Boher Community Centre by contacting Paudie Laffan 086 0785836 and show off/sell some of your creative delights.  There will be a small charge of €5 per stall.  Santa and Mrs Claus will also visit our refurbished Community Centre and children can call to see them in their new grotto.  Great afternoon promised!

Diary Date: Boher Parish Social, Saturday 26 January at the Millennium Centre, Caherconlish. More details later.

Progressive 45 every Friday night at Boher Community Centre, 8pm sharp.

Murroe Boher GAA Race Night will take place on Friday, December 7th in The Valley Inn, Murroe. First race off at 9:00 p.m. Auction race, finger food and raffle on the night. All support welcome.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team took on Holycross in the League last weekend and came away feeling hard done by after a 2-1 defeat. The B team had no fixture, and the C team had a good win away against Shelbourne on a 2-1 scoreline. Check out our Facebook page for the latest fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15. A great stocking filler!

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Sliabh Feilim Singers Annual Christmas concert – Abington Church

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Date for your Diary:

Sliabh Feilim Singers Annual Christmas concert will be held at 5pm on Sunday  2nd December in Abington Church,

Admission €10.  Given the homelessness crisis, this year we have decided to give proceeds to Focus Ireland.

We look forward to meeting you at our concert for an enjoyable evening of music and song.

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Funding Windfall for Community Field Project in Murroe, Co Limerick

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I am delighted to announce that Minister Michael Ring has allocated a massive €3.8 million under this year’s Rural Regeneration Development Fund to the Community Field Project in Murroe- the highest allocation of funding in the country.

I wish to pay tribute to the Community Field Project team and compliment them on their foresight and professional manner in which they put together this project.

I was delighted to come on board with this project and to work with the Community Field Project Team to ensure this funding was delivered.

The funding will provide for the construction of a new community building for Murroe-Boher and the surrounding community.

The Community Hall will include sporting facilities, meeting rooms, office space, a community café and an enterprise space.

 

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 25th Nov 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Biddy Davis                                                                 7pm this Saturday

Maurice and Ellie Bourke                                              9am this Sunday

Johnny O’Brien                                                            11.30am this Sunday

Dessie and Noel O’Meara                                             10am next Friday

Willie Hartnett and deceased family members                7pm next Saturday

Boher

Michael Nolan and

Mai Richardson                                                                        10am this Sunday

Michael Hickey                                                                        9.30am Tuesday

Sr. Ignatius O’Connor Months Mind and

James and John O’Gorman                                            10am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Pat Madigan.

Murroe: Bridget Hayes 7pm, Michael O’Loughlin 9am, Kathryn Buckley 11.30am

Masses for Coming Week: No Mass in Boher on Monday

Rosary in Local Cemeteries at 3pm each Sunday during the Month of November

Mass for all our parishioners who died during this past year will be celebrated on Friday evening next, November 30th in Murroe Church at 7.30pm.

Coffee Morning in Boher Community Centre has been cancelled until further notice.

Loop System: A new Loop System is currently being installed in Murroe Church. This will facility anyone attending the Church, who uses a hearing aid, to hear Mass etc without interference. It is expected that work will be completed by next weekend. The cost of the system in Murroe is €2583. If people would like to make a donation towards this cost, we would be extremely grateful.

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg wish to advise that our AGM, will take place on Monday 03rd December at 8.00pm in Club Pavilion. Anyone interested in applying for a position on the committee, must do so in writing to the Secretary before Monday 26th November.

Ciara Beirne, from Abington, will present a short talk on the “Hope Foundation” an Irish charity that raises funds for the slum children of Kolkata in India. She will speak at all Masses in Murroe and Boher this weekend. She will be travelling there next April with her school. This Church talk is to try and raise funds for this worthy cause. A collection will be taken up as people leave the Church. Your generosity will be gratefully received.

Congratulations to Murroe Field Project who were awarded 3.8 million from the Rural Regeneration & Development. The funding will provide for the construction of a new community building for Murroe-Boher and the surrounding community. The Community Hall will include sporting facilities, meeting rooms, office space, a community café and an enterprise space. Best wishes for the remainder of the Project.

Date for your Diary: Sliabh Feilim Singers Annual Christmas concert will be held at 5pm on 2nd December in Abington Church, admission €10.  Given the homelessness crisis, this year we have decided to give proceeds to Focus Ireland.  We look forward to meeting you at our concert for an enjoyable evening of music and song.

Boher Community Development Association: Boher Christmas Market, Sunday 9th December, at 2pm.  Calling all craftspeople, artists, bakers, (young and not so young), and culinary experts.  Book a stall at Boher Community Centre by contacting Paudie Laffan 086 0785836 and show off/sell some of your creative delights.  There will be a small charge of €5 per stall.  Santa and Mrs Claus will also visit our refurbished Community Centre and children can call to see them in their new grotto.  Great afternoon promised!

Diary Date: Boher Parish Social, Saturday 26 January at the Millennium Centre, Caherconlish. More details later.

Progressive 45 every Friday night at Boher Community Centre, 8pm sharp.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team took on Athlunkard Villa in the League last weekend and came away with all 3 points after a hard-fought win on a 2-1 scoreline. The B team and the C team both had matches in the open cup and both lost out after extra time, the B team on penalties to Wembley Rovers, and the C team after extra time to Prospect Priory. Check out our Facebook page for the latest fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15. A great stocking filler!

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 18th Nov 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Nora Rainsford (née Darcy), Cappanahanna

Bridget (Biddy) Bourke (née Rainsford), Annagh

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Martin Fitzgibbon and

Catherine Danaher                                                        7pm this Saturday

Kevin Fitzgibbon                                                          11.30am this Sunday

Biddy Davis                                                                 7pm next Saturday

Maurice and Ellie Bourke                                              9am next Sunday

Johnny O’Brien                                                            11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Mary Nestor and Johanna and John Roche and

Richard and Eileen Leonard and

John McCarthy                                                             10am this Sunday

Michael Nolan and

Mai Richardson                                                                        10am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Esther Reilly.

Murroe: Elizabeth Power-Lynch 7pm, Willie Carey 9am, Margaret Holmes 11.30am

Rosary in Local Cemeteries at 3pm each Sunday during the Month of November

Mass for all our parishioners who died during this past year will be celebrated on Friday evening November 30th in Murroe Church at 7.30pm.

St Vincent De Paul Church gate collection will be held in Murroe/Boher on 24th and 25 November at all Masses. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Coffee Morning will be held in Boher Community Centre following 10am Mass in Boher on Sunday next, 25th November. Funds collected will be used for the forthcoming Senior Citizens Party. Your support will be greatly appreciated

On behalf of Murroe National School the Parents Association would like to thank the parishioners of Murroe Boher for their generous donation to our recent church gate collection. Total raised €429.48

Ciara Beirne, from Abington, will present a short talk on the “Hope Foundation” an Irish charity that raises funds for the slum children of Kolkata in India. She will speak at all Masses in Murroe and Boher on the weekend of 24th/25th November. She will be travelling there next April with her school. This Church talk is to try and raise funds for this worthy cause. A collection will be taken up as people leave the Church. Your generosity will be gratefully received.

Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish, on Saturday 24th November. Music by Dave Rea. Tea Served. Admission €10. Great night guaranteed.

Doon Community Council: A play by Jim Keane “A living will”, will take place in Doon Community Centre on the 24th Nov. @ 8 pm, admission €10. Tickets available from all committee members or on the door on the night.

Date for your Diary: Sliabh Feilim Singers Annual Christmas concert will be held at 5pm on 2nd December in Abington Church, admission €10.  Given the homelessness crisis, this year we have decided to give proceeds to Focus Ireland.  We look forward to meeting you at our concert for an enjoyable evening of music and song.

Lotto Results for 11/11/18 -2,5,16,19- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips Jimmy O’Brien, Patrick Hourigan, Ciara Noonan & Kenneth Kiely. Next week’s Jackpot €2,500 Draw in O’Neill’s

Boher Community Development Association: Boher Christmas Market, Sunday 9th December, at 2pm.  Calling all craftspeople, artists, bakers, (young and not so young), and culinary experts.  Book a stall at Boher Community Centre by contacting Paudie Laffan 086 0785836 and show off/sell some of your creative delights.  There will be a small charge of €5 per stall.  Santa and Mrs Claus will also visit our refurbished Community Centre and children can call to see them in their new grotto.  Great afternoon promised!

Diary Date: Boher Parish Social, Saturday 26 January at the Millennium Centre, Caherconlish. More details later.

Progressive 45 every Friday night at Boher Community Centre, 8pm sharp.

Cappamore Christmas Fair: Bilboa National School will hold its annual Christmas Fair on Sunday 18th November at 2pm in the Community Centre, Cappamore. Our Christmas Fair has always proven to be a very enjoyable day out with a huge variety of competitions and entertainment to suit all ages. There is something for everyone: Wheel of Fortune, visit Santa in his grotto, coats & handbags stalls, bric-a-brac, cakes, toys, books, games, competitions, children’s entertainment, tea & cake, a signed and framed Limerick Jersey raffled on the day and lots, lots more. All proceeds will go towards the development of the school.

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg wish to advise that our AGM, will take place on Monday 03rd December at 8.00pm in Club Pavilion. Anyone interested in applying for a position on the committee, must do so in writing to the Secretary before Monday 26th November.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team took on Geraldines of the Premier League last weekend in the 4th Round of the FAI Junior Cup and came out on the wrong side of a 4-1 scoreline. The B team and the C team had no fixtures last weekend. Check out our Facebook page for the latest fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018” is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15. A great stocking filler!

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