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W/E 12/07/2020

posted Jul 11, 2020, 1:53 PM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Jul 11, 2020, 1:53 PM ]
Mass Times in Parish.
Fr. Damian and Fr. Pat celebrate Mass in the Imeall Boirne Cluster and have a schedule put in place to encourage people back to attending Mass again in the churches. The following are the locations of Masses, all celebrated at 9.30am - Monday, Corofin;  Tuesday, Crusheen;  Wednesday, Crusheen and Dysart; 
Thursday, Corofin and Ruan;  Friday, Corofin and Tubber;  First Friday Masses in Tubber and Corofin at 9.30am. 
Weekend masses are broadcast live on the Imeall Boirne Facebook page - Saturdays 8pm from Ruan Church and Sunday’s 11am from Corofin Church. The July Mass of Anniversaries Will be celebrated in Ruan Church on Sat. July 18 at 8pm.
People are being encouraged to attend weekday masses where they can, and to  allow those who cannot attend during the week attend the Masses on Saturday evening and Sunday morning, if that is possible, 
Hand sanitisers are in all the churches for use on entering and leaving.

Re-opening of local GAA pitch.
The gates of the Ruan GAA pitch opened again last week, following the relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions. The adult hurling and camogie teams returned to training, followed by all juvenile teams returning last week. All necessary precautions are being taken by players, mentors and parents to ensure the safety of everyone involved, and the Club Officers are very grateful to everyone for their cooperation on this matter. Hand sanitisers are located around the grounds and people are reminded to use these entering and exiting the grounds.
For any further information please contact Senior Club Secretary, Claire McDonagh or Minor Club Secretary, Patricia O'Donnell. 
Membership 2020: Membership for this year is still due for some players and members of the club. This can be paid to Sandra Punch, Aidan Lynch or any club officer at your earliest convenience.

Return to Camogie.
Ruan Camogie players will be back on the pitch this week after a long absence. The pitch is in super condition and the girls are excited to be back training, while adhering to all new covid19 regulations. 
The Club appreciates the generous donation from Top Industrial Solutions, Shannon, of hand sanitiser, dispensers and alcohol spray to the Camogie and Hurling clubs, these are located on the grounds and at the entrance, and people are urged to use them.

Recent Death.
The death has taken place, following a short illness, of Bernadette Ruane (née Lynch), Woodhaven, Kilrush Road, Ennis, sister of Pat Lynch, Ballybrody.

Dysart Castle.
Dysart Castle was refurbished and reopened in 1986, and is one of twenty five original Archaeological field monuments which have drawn large numbers of visitors to the area over the past thirty years. These have included family reunions of the O’Dea family which has historical connections with the castle. 
This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Castle has remained closed and it is hoped that it will reopen in May 2021.