W/E 16/04/2017

posted Apr 11, 2017, 4:46 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Apr 11, 2017, 4:50 AM ]
Wedding Bells.
Michelle O'Connor, daughter of Jerry & Mary of Ardcarney, Ruan and Barry Meehan, son of John & Mary of Newmarket on Fergus were married on Saturday last in St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney. The Celebrant was Fr. Pat O'Neill and Bridesmaids were Aishling Roche and Siobhan O'Connor.
Bestmen were Dave Gannon and Robert Meehan. The reception was held in The Molton Hotel, Killarney.

Camogie.
The Ruan girls got off to a great start in the first round of the U14C Championship when they met Parteen at the weekend. They came away with a scoreline of 4.7 to 1 point after a match played in great spirit on a beautiful spring morning.
Local Camogie player, Louise McDonnell from Dysart scored 1 goal 2 points on Sun. last when Clare played Roscommon in the Littlewoods Div. 3 League in Athleague. They are now through to the semifinal on Easter Sun. when they meet Dublin.

Craft Mornings.
The ladies who attend the Craft mornings in Toonagh Hall on Wed. mornings have taken a two week break for Easter and will return on Wed. 26th April. On Fri. last they presented a Banner to Toonagh School which members made for the children to take to school  and parish games in the future.
Miriam Strands' sewing skills are very much in evidence on the Banner which depicts Hurling/Camogie, basketball and music, with the school crest organised by Laura Cahir, and the children were delighted to receive it and hope to give it an outing in the very near future.

Community Games Athletics.
Ruan G.A.A. Field is the venue for the Community Games Athletics on Sat. 29th April next at 3pm. 
Events will be arranged for boys and girls aged from u8 to u16, living in the parish and fun races will also be held on the day.

Tidy Towns Tractor Run.
A reminder to all that the tractor/truck run for all types, and vintage vehicles, will be held in Ruan on this Easter Sunday, with the kiddies tractor run starting at 12 noon and the senior run at 12.15pm. The members of the local CE scheme have made wooden planters which will be on sale in the local Community Centre, refreshments will also be served and all are invited to support this event.
Funds go towards replacing old & worn out machinery for the upkeep of the graveyards, the village and community areas in the parish.

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