The lotto results for Monday 4th November for a Jackpot of E9400 are as follows, numbers drawn were 2, 20, 34, 35. There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dip winners were, Brendan Barrett Kilbrin, Noreen Barrett Kilbrin, Diarmuid Aherne Kanturk, Eileen Mc Laughlin Lucan, and Vincent Hayes Ballyheen. The next draw will take place on Monday 18th November, for a Jackpot of E9500. Tickets can be bought from any club officers outside Spar, or online www.kilbrin.gaa.ie. Thank you for your support.
Kilbrin G.A.A.club AGM will take place on Saturday 30th November, at 7pm in the clubhouse. All welcome to attend.Junior B Final.Our Junior B hurlers will face Newmarket in the upcoming final. Date and time TBA so keep an eye out on social media for any updates.
County Board Draw
The 2019/2020 Cork GAA clubs draw is underway with E450,000 in prizes up for grabs throughout the year, including 1st prize for each months draw to the value of E20,000.Entry to the draw is E100 which will include entry to all 12 draws throughout the year. If you wish to enter or have further queries please contact Margaret O'Callaghan at 087 2741624 or Tom O'Reilly 087 2392442.
Bingo continues every Monday night from 8.30. The Jackpot next week is EUR 1,700 on 47 calls. Bonus ball is €400. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support of Monday night Bingo and you have attended in great numbers this year.
The regular Wednesday night 45 drive is back at 9pm. We look forward to welcoming everyone back and indeed if there are any new players we would love to welcome them too. This s a great way to spend a winters evening so please come along.
Music in the Social Club
This Saturday night will see live music in the social Club with David John. Please come along for a great night. The Joe Dolan tribute band will be coming in the coming weeks also. More details when finalised.
St Stephen's Day walk
The St Stephens day walk has been a fixture on the local calendar for the last 15 years. This is enjoyed by all that participate and is a great way to spend the day. We are looking for suggestions for a route for this year's walk. If anyone has any ideas please contact us on the details below. Once the route has been decided we will of course let you know.
Tir na Nog
The Tir an Nog group are back up and running. They are running an arts and crochet classes at the moment and this is going and very well. The committee would like to thank everyone involved with the class. The Christmas outing will be organized in the coming weeks, I'm afraid we may not get any more details as it is being kept top secret
Bring and buy sale
The village renewal committee will hold a bring and buy sale in the community centre on 1st December. This is the first fundraiser that the village renewal committee have held and we would ask that everyone support it. They have been doing great work for the last year with a very limited budget and they would like to do more. As with all things today there is a cost and with this in mind we would love everyone to help out in this cause. Bring and buy of course does exactly what it says on the tin so it does involve both. If you have anything you would like to donate please contact Deirdre Crowley or Pat O Leary or for any further information or indeed you can use the below details.
Dr Croke birthplace house
A great culture night took place at Dr Croke house on Sunday last. A huge crowd turned up and they were treated to song, poetry storytelling and the odd joke. People came from Mallow, Laharn, Dromahane, Ballyclough, Lisgriffin, Liscarroll, Churchtown as well as many locals. We would like to thank everyone that helped with the entertainment, with age groups from 9 to 90 and to all that turned up. Special thanks to Noel Linehan who presented a limestone piece from Lackeel that had been beautifully decorated. Also for the Ewe wood with the various crests from around the world and the back of a seat that Croke sat on at GAA matches. These marvellous pieces will take pride of place. We were also presented with old ledgers and books that are very much appreciated.
IRD Duhallow are celebrating 30 years in existence. Over the past 30 years the Kilbrin Community, as well and many other country areas and local businesses have benefited greatly from this organization and we wish them the very best for the next 30 years and look forward to working with them. In recent times the funding for IRD has been reduced and this makes it more difficult for them and us to continue with our development projects. As a rural community we all need to ensure that we make our representatives aware of the importance of this organization to our community. The representatives will be asking us for our support in the coming months and if you are trying to think of something to ask in return it might be good to ask them to ensure that this vital rural funding is restored.
The Nolan family will be making a presentation to the Irish Motor Neuron Association in on Thursday 12th December in the Community Centre. We will give more details when they are finalised.
The community council can be contacted at email@example.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 with the community at large. Thanks to everyone that has contributed to date.
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