Lorrha Club Man Patrick “Bonner” Maher keeps his eye on the ball during the warm up session before the League Final v Kilkenny in Semple Stadium on Sunday last.
First Friday Mass on May 9th will be celebrated in Lorrha at 9.30a.m and in Rathcabbin at 8.00pm. Confessions will be heard before each Mass. The Annual devotions to Our Lady of Clonfert continue throughout the month of May in Clonfert Church each evening with several guest speakers and visiting clergy.
News From Lorrha School.
Congratulations and well done to our green school committee who have been awarded the third Green Flag for our school. All the hard work has paid off and we extend thanks to the parents who supported our work towards this achievement. We look forward to the raising of the flag before the summer break. Well done to all.
Michaela Young represented our school in the Tipperary Eason Spelling Bee Competition in Cashel at the beginning of April. The day was a wonderful success and Michaela gained a lot of experience from the competition coupled with loads of goodies from Eason’s. Well done Michaela. Now in its fourth year, over 1,000 schools nationwide entered the 2014 competition to find the nation’s top speller when the finals are held in June.
The Lorrha / Redwood schools combination team progress in the hurling with a six point victory over Lissenhall in the second round. We play Ballinahinch in the next round soon and we wish the team the best of luck.
Our school has been awarded €598 in free books from the recent Scholastic Book Fair which took place in the school. This could not have been achieved without the support of the students and their parents. Thank you to everyone who attended, helped and supported.
St. Ruadhan’s Active Retirement Association.
Carnation Theatre presents “Fuss on the Bus” in St. Ruadhan’s Community Hall, on Wednesday 14th May, commencing at 2pm. as part of the Tipperary Bealtaine Festival. Everyone welcome. Admission Free. Queries to Barry 0868143002.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the Redwood N.S. a reunion will be held for all past pupils on Sat, 07th June. It will commence with an open school during the day from 3 – 4pm to view roll books, photos etc. A special mass will be held in Redwood Church at 7pm and buffet dance at 9.30p.m. in Moatfield with music by Pat & Richie followed by Tradstone. Eamon O’ Dywer will also be in attendance with Tipp FM down your way.Tickets €10.00 are on sale now or available on the night. All are welcome!!
Lorrha Development/ Tidy Towns continue with unused clothes collection throughout the Summer months. De-clutter your wardrobe, attack your attic, recycle all unwanted/unused items of clothing to make room for your Summer collection. We will accept any kind of bag or in bags provided by the committee at (086) 8647166. We can collect your unwanted items. Just call or text (086) 8493595/ (086) 8647166/ (087) 2601413 with your name and details. We appreciate your support. All money raised from all fundraising ventures is used for the ongoing work around Lorrha Village which helps to keep three adults employed.
Tipperary County Council extends an invitation to everyone to attend an information evening to outline the opportunity for your community to engage with ConnectIreland and Tipperary County Council. The purpose of the meeting is to inform local people on the opportunity to help create jobs. ConnectIreland is delivering a programme whereby the Irish government will financially reward any person (called a ‘connector’) who introduces an internationally expanding company to Ireland. If the company establishes operations in Ireland and employs people a financial reward of €1,500 for each job (minimum 3 jobs) up to a maximum of €150,000 is payable to the connector.
The information event will be held on May 7th 2014 at 7.00pm in Brú Ború, Cashel, Co. Tipperary. Refreshments will be served on arrival. An interesting line-up of speakers will attend including John Delaney, CEO of the FAI. All are welcome.
Smile Awhile and Laugh a Little Every Day.
“It’s no good sir” said the hopeless pupil to his English teacher. “I try to learn, but everything you say goes in both ears and out the other”.
“Goes in both ears and out the other?” asked the puzzled teacher. “But you only have two ears”. “You see sir? I’m no good at maths either”.