W/E 11/01/2015

posted Jan 6, 2015, 2:59 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Jan 6, 2015, 3:01 AM ]
Wedding Bells.
    The wedding took place in Inch Church last week of Barry Cusack, son of Patsy and the late Carmel, of Ruan and Siobhan Devaney, daughter of John and Bridie of Inch. Bridesmaids were Deirdre Ballinger, Yvonne O'Looney, Keshia Butler Haugh and Linda Haugh.  Bestmen were Simon Cuddy, Brian Cusack, Adrian Ballinger and Ronan Leahy.  Orla Cusack was flowergirl and pageboy was Rhys Cusack.   Celebrant was Fr. McLoughlin, assisted by Fr. Pat O'Neill.  
The couple and their families and friends then had the reception at The Inn at Dromoland.

Community Mass.
    A great crowd gathered in Toonagh Hall on Sun. night last to celebrate the reopening of the facility, following storm repairs over the past year. It was an opportunity for people of the parish to see the works done and a time to meet and catch up with friends.  Fr. Pat O'Neill celebrated a mass of thanksgiving, and this was followed by tea and goodies, provided by the community and laid on by the Hall Committee.  
The night ended with a sing-song and all agreed it was a lovely end to the Christmas season.

Toonagh Walk for Seeking Vision.
    The annual "Toonagh Walk" takes place this Sunday 11th Jan., 2015 at 12.30p.m.  This walk, which has been held for the past twelve years,  has now become traditional, with many people looking forward to meeting up with people they may have met on the previous walk, especially as they enjoy the tea and home baking afterwards in Toonagh hall where the walk starts and ends.  There are three routes, 10.5k, 5k and 3k and is suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness, indeed, many families have built it into their Christmas seasonal activities. 
Further info. from Breda 0851947763.  Monies raised this year will go towards Seeking Vision, Clare Sunset Foundation.

Ruan Camogie.
    At the recent Camogie Club AGM the following were elected for the 2015 season: Chairperson Anne O'Regan, Vice Chairperson John O'Connor, Secretaries Mary Hickey O'Brien and Moira O'Loughlin, Treasurer Mary Wynne & PRO Brid MacNamara​. The Club  thanked all who supported them with their fundraiser Hunting the Wren on St Stephens Day. 
Laura Neilan, Ruan & Leah Morgan, Dysart were presented with  U16 & U14 Club Star Awards from Clare Camogie Board at their recent Awards function in the West County Hotel. 
Louise McDonnell, Sarah O'Donoghue & Shannen O'Donovan, members of the local camogie club and on the County Panels also received their medals on the night.

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