Notes for September 2017


W/E 24/09/2017

posted Sep 20, 2017, 1:09 PM by John O'Sullivan

Talk for Parents.
All parents of First Holy Communion children in the  parish are invited to a talk by Fr. Ger Fitzgerald in Ruan Community Centre on Tue. next, 26th Sept., at 8pm.

Wedding Bells.
The wedding took place in St. Mary's Church, Ruan on Friday last of Niamh Daffy, daughter of the late Gerry and Maura Daffy of Ruan, and Warren McDonald, son of Catherine McDonald and the late Christopher McDonald of Bray, Co. Wicklow. Bridesmaids were Hazel Byrne and Leona Doherty, while groomsmen were Mark Hind and Philip Ryan. Junior groomsmen were Niamh & Warren's son, Gerry, and Niamh's nephew, Aaron Quirke.
The celebrant was Fr. Tom Fitzpatrick. The reception was held in Bunratty Castle Hotel. Following their honeymoon,  the couple will reside in Tralee, Co. Kerry where they have been based for a number of years.

Clare Stages Rally.
There was a great turnout at vantage points in the parish over the various stages in the Clare Stages Rally on Sunday last. Local interest was spurred on by the participation a number of local rally drivers in the Rally. Anthony O'Halloran with his co-pilot Charlie McEnery came 3rd overall in Class 14,driving a Ford Escort;  Declan O'Regan with Larry O'Halloran as co pilot came 10th in Class 11f and Adrian Hynes had  hard luck having to retire due to engine trouble.
The weather on the day meant that the crowds came out in large numbers and to finish off the day, Michael Flavin provided the entertainment in a marquee in Ruan.

Cahercalla Hospice Coffee Morning.
A number of ladies from Toonagh Parents Association hosted the Coffee Morning in Toonagh Hall on Thursday last, raising €587. The contribution of the children in Toonagh school, the teachers and locals, and all who baked and helped out on the day is much appreciated. 
The Coffee Morning was also held in  Ruan Community Centre, where €120 was raised. 
This is a great contribution from the parish and it is much appreciated by the Hospice in Cahercalla.


     

W/E 17/09/2017

posted Sep 12, 2017, 2:28 AM by John O'Sullivan

Camogie.
Ruan u13 Camogie team got their B championship campaign off to a winning start when they hosted St Josephs last week. The match was played at a very high standard with excellent skills on show. 
Ruan was on the up from the start and steadily build a commanding lead throughout the 1st half, leading 3:3 to no score at halftime.  With the aid of a light breeze in the 2nd half St Josephs girls raised their game, however Ruan never looked in any danger, displaying great effort, skills and determination, coming out in top on a shoreline of 5:5 to 1:3. 

County U16B Final.



Sixmilebridge hosted the U16B county final held on Sunday 10thSeptember between Ruan and Clooney Quin. The sides already met in the second round when Clooney won 1-17 to 2-11. Ruan got off to a good start getting the first score of the game, a goal from corner forward Jack McDonagh. Clooney Quin hit right back with a goal off their own followed up by 3 points. Patrick O Halloran got a point back for Ruan before Clooney Quin hit another 2 goals leaving the score 3-3 to 1-1 in favour of Clooney. Another goal came late in the first half by Ruan full forward Shane Punch but Clooney had the last say before half time getting 3 points before the break.Half time score saw Clooney leading 3-6 to 2-1.

Ruan needed a good start to the second half and they did just that by scoring 3 points, 2 frees from Shane Punch and 1 from play by Ashley Brohan Kavanagh. Then Clooney hit 3 of their own leaving the score 3-9 to 2-5. Ruan captain Robin Mounsey got 2 points while Clooney Quin got another score to leave it 3-10 to 2-6. With Ruan needing a goal they got it through Robin Mounsey leaving 4 points in it with 5 minutes to go. But thats as good as it got for Ruan as Clooney Quin scored 1-1 without reply to leave it 4-11 to 3-6. Neither team scored for the remainder of the game which saw Clooney Quin crowned county champions.

The Ruan team line out was Cian O Donoghue, Liam Moran, Jack Lyons, Jason Power, Patrick O Gorman, Robin Mounsey(capt), Patrick Healy, Patrick O Halloran, Michael Barrow, Darragh Mc Inerney, Ashley Brohan Kavanagh, Jonathan Barry, Jack Mc Donagh, Shane Punch, Ryan Power, Rory O Loughlin, Niall Foley, Patrick Mulqueen, Thomas O Halloran, Conor Foley, Jamie Neilan, Kealan Mousney.

Management- Cyril Lyons, Petey Barry, Dermot Moran, John Punch.

John and Veronica Bell presented the team with new hurleys before Sunday’s final, which were very much appreciated.


Ruan Tidy Towns.

The Tidy Towns Committee has organised a clothes collection in October. Any old clothes, curtains, bed linen (no duvets), shoes, belts and bags may be left in to Ruan Community Centre during the week or telephone 0864475400 to arrange collection.


Clare Stages Rally.

Rally enthusiasts will be out in force on this Sunday, 17th, when the Clare Stages Rally will go through the parish and will be cheering on our local rally drivers Anthony O'Halloran, Declan O'Regan and Adrian Hynes.

Roads from the junction with R476 at Ballybrody to Drumeer to Kilkee to Drumcavan to Ballaghboy to Tullyodea to Ruan to Cahermacrea to Dromore to Adroon to Moyrhee Commons to Dromeen to Castlequarter to the junction at Tubber will be closed for Stages 2/5/8 from 9.40am to 18.00pm. 

The stewards look forward to the cooperation of those living on those roads to make the rally a safe and successful event.

W/E 10/09/2017

posted Sep 11, 2017, 9:01 AM by John O'Sullivan

Underage Hurling.

Michael Barrow and Jack Lyons, two young Hurling players from Ruan G.A.A. Club, play with the u15 Clare Development squad. 

They played in Caherlohan the last weekend in August, gaining great experience from their participation in the annual tournament.

They both played with  Ruan, on the team which beat Wolfe Tones at the weekend in the semi final of the under 16B competition. 

They now play Clooney Quin in the final which takes place in Sixmilebridge next Sunday.

Lay Led Liturgy Training.

A large group gathered in Ruan Community Centre on Monday night  for the first night's training for lay led liturgy in the Imeall Boirne parishes. People involved in all aspects of liturgy, Readers, Eucharistic Ministers, choirs, those interested in liturgical music and those who are interested in the future of the Church attended.   Fr. Ger Nash and Maureen Kelly lead the training,  and the next session will be on Thursday 14th Sept., at 8.00pm, again, in Ruan Community Centre, and for the following four Thursday nights, and anyone interested in lay led liturgy is in

W/E 03/09/2017

posted Aug 28, 2017, 11:27 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Aug 28, 2017, 11:29 AM ]

40th Anniversary Celebrations.
A huge crowd gathered in Toonagh Hall on Sat. last to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Dysart Toonagh Group Water Scheme.  Among those who attended were Joe Gallagher from the National Federation of Group Water Schemes, his family and past Committee members of the scheme.  Joe paid tribute to the founding members of the scheme and those who have made it into one of the leading, and most successful, schemes in the Country. Special mention was made of Noel Tierney, who has managed the scheme for the past nine years, having voluntarily ran it for twenty eight years previously.   Noel had display boards on show, charting the scheme from the beginning right up to today, and great interest was shown in following its progress through the years. 
Michelle White, formerly from Toonagh and winner of R.T.E.'S 'Taste of Success' was on hand with her Boxty Van providing food, and teas, coffees & refreshments were also provided by the group which organised the celebrations. 
Denise Whelan and her young musicians were joined by Frank Custy,  Ian Keane and Noel Dinan, and local dancers which brought great life to the gathering.
 Toonagh Hall committee was on hand running games and fun activities for the children, bouncy castle, obstacle course, face painting, etc., and Toonagh School was also involved, providing car-parking and use of the school facilities. All in all, it was a day for the community, by the community, and, as usual, when people get together in the spirit of co-operation and goodwill, it ensures that the event is thoroughly enjoyed and a complete success. 

INTERNET SAFETY TALK.
Ruan National School is hosting an Internet safety talk by forensic psychologist Dr Maureen Griffin. The talk "Social Media: Challenges and Tips for Parents" is on Thursday Sept. 7th in the school hall at 7.30pm. It promises to very informative for all parents/ guardians of children, from tots to teens.

Underage Hurling.
A number of boys from Ruan Hurling club represented the County at the weekend in the annual inter-county underage Hurling tournaments.   Ryan Power, Kealan Mounsey and Darragh McInerney,  played in the u14B, Sonny Murphy Cup, All Ireland final in Waterford, and went down to Cork in the final.
Jack Lyons was on the u15 panel which played in Caherlohan.  Robin Mounsey, Ashley Brohan and Cian O'Donoghue were on the team which got to the semi final with the u16B team in Tipperary. 

Fitness 4 Fun.
John Conroy will be back in Ruan Community Centre on Wed. next, 6th September, from 1.15-2.15pm, with his fitness programme. These classes are aimed at men and women in the community who wish to exercise in a supervised setting.  Exercise can reduce the risk of developing some age-related diseases and disabilities.  People with arthritis, heart disease or diabetes benefit from regular physical activity and it can also help people with blood pressure, balance problems or difficulty walking. 
There was a great turn-out at these classes all over last winter and it is hoped people will again avail of the opportunity of having such classes in their own locality.

W/E 25/09/2016

posted Sep 22, 2016, 3:51 AM by John O'Sullivan

Tractor & Vintage Car Run.
Toonagh Hall & Sports Complex and the local area was a hive of activity on Sunday last when the Committee held a very successful and enjoyable Tractor & Vintage Car Run and a family fun day.   In all, eighty drivers displayed their tractors, cars and motorbikes, and the weather even brightened up for the event. 
While the drivers took to the roads, spectators enjoyed the barbecued food, home baking, music & dancing and various fun activities in the Complex, like 'guess the weight of the sheep', 'splat the Rat', and on their return, the tractor drivers tried their hand at tractor balancing. Many people passed the comment that 'you never left Toonagh Hall hungry' and that was proven Sunday, with the fare that was available to everyone.
It was a hugely enjoyable day for everyone and the help and support of all who were involved is very much appreciated. 
Over €3,000 was raised to go towards the ongoing development of the Hall & Sports Complex.

Thanks from Claire.
Local girl, Claire McDonnell from Dysart, with a number of her trainee nursing colleagues, travelled to Tanzania during the summer to work in a hospital in the outback. They met with people living in very difficult conditions, but who were very thankful for the little they had. They worked seven days a week in the hospital and were very impressed at how families took care of their loved ones' personal hygiene there, while the nurses took care of medications and documentation.
The monies raised here at home by Claire, and by her colleagues in their areas, is going towards the new hospital being built in Sinamajiro and will also buy equipment to promote health care.
Claire will have pictures up in Ruan and Dysart Churches over the next few weeks where people can see where the money they so generously donated was used.

Recent Wedding.
Owen, son of Dolores and Jimmy Courtney of Ardcarney, Ruan married Andrea, daughter of Johnny and the late Kitty O'Regan of Cloughleigh, recently.  Celebrants were Fr. Tom Hogan and Fr. Pat O'Neill. Bestman was Aidan Courtney and Groomsmen were Barry O'Mahoney, Brendan Murray, Cathy Loughnane (yes she's female, don't ask), Justin O'Regan & Mark O'Grady.  Bridesmaids were Annette Kenny, Aisling Cleary, Denise Pilkington, Joy Kelly, Sarah McCarthy, Yvonne Scanlon, Meg O'Mahoney. 
Flowergirls were Holly and Hannah Frazer and Abby Fitzpatrick.  Pageboys were Darragh O'Sullivan and Rocco Howard and the reception was held in The Aherlow Wood Hotel in Tipperary.

Recent Deaths.
The death has taken place of Michael O'Brien of Kilkee East, Ruan.  Michael was a farmer and he retired from his position as local postman twenty six years ago.  He was a man known for his deep faith and quiet ways, his honesty and diligence in his dealings with people and  he was a valued member of the local Parish Council for many years.  He was also instrumental in setting up the NFA, the precursor of the IFA, in the parish.
Although Michael never married and had a family of his own, his nieces and nephews benefitted from his kind nature and they had a deep affection for him.
His remains reposed in St. Mary's Church, Ruan and, following requiem mass, he was laid to rest in Dysart graveyard.
He is survived by his sister in law, Maureen, brother in law, Tom Ruane in the U.S., nephews, nieces, extended family and friends.
The death has also taken place, in Melbourne, Australia, of Nonie Kennedy, the last surviving member of the Lyons family of Kilcurrish, Fountain.

W/E 18/09/2016

posted Sep 12, 2016, 9:32 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Sep 12, 2016, 9:33 AM ]

Toonagh Hall Tractor & Vintage Car Run.
There's great excitement being generated in the parish with the Tractor & Vintage Car Run which is to take place on Sun. next, 18th Sept.  Registration is in Toonagh Hall at 12 noon with start off time of 1pm. All drivers will be treated to refreshments before they take to the roads, taking in parts of Ruan as well. 
There will be music, face painting, beat the goalie and other activities in the Hall as people await the return of the participants and more refreshments for all.  It promises to be a great day of fun for all the family and people are asked to support this community event.

Changes to Mass Times.
Starting from Oct. 1st next, changes to Mass times in the Imeall Boirne Cluster Group, of which this parish is a member, will come into place, as Fr. Ger Nash will be moving from Crusheen.  6.30pm Mass on Sat. evenings will alternate between Ballinruan & Tubber;  8pm Sat. evenings Mass will alternate between Kilnaboy and Rath;   10am Sun. Mass will be in both Ruan and Boston;   11.30am Sun. Mass will be in both Corofin and Crusheen;  7pm Sun. evening Mass will be in Dysart. This change was agreed at a meeting last week and will be reviewed in six months time.

Recent Deaths.
The death has occurred of Patricia O'Halloran, nee O'Halloran, Tullyodea, Ruan, formerly of Belharbour,matter an illness. Patricia & her husband set up home in Ruan where they reared their two sons. She devoted herself to her family and, in recent times the addition of her grandson, Jack, was a source of great happiness for her.  She had a great interest in horse racing & enjoyed the odd 'flutter' on a race.
Patricia's remains reposed at St. Mary's Church, Ruan, and following Requiem Mass, she was laid to rest in the adjoining graveyard. She is survived by her husband,John, sons, Shane and Paul, Shane's partner, Breda and grandson, Jack, her sisters, Martina & Christina, brothers, Michael, Steven & Bernie, extended family and friends.

The death has also taken place of Bridie McDonnell, nee O'Halloran, of Soheen, Dysart, at Cahercalla Nursing Home. Bridie was 93 years of age and, was still living at her home until nearly two years ago.  She was the tenth of eleven children in the O'Halloran family from Kilnamona and, at 93 years of age, still read 'The Clare Champion' from cover to cover every week, without reading glasses and was an avid reader.  She was a resident in Cahercalla for nearly two years and lived in her own home until then.
Bridie trained and worked as a nurse in England during World War 2, and, indeed lost a brother, Lott O'Halloran, when his plane was shot down during that war, in the 1940's.  When she returned home, she nursed in Our Lady's Hospital and Cahercalla hospital and left to rear her family when she married Joe McDonnell. When her family was reared she returned again to work in Our Lady's. She had a great knack of 'tracing' and loved looking at old photos with her grandchildren, who had a very happy and warm relationship with her as she kept up to date with the changes in life that came her way.
Bridie's remains reposed inSt. Tola's Church, Dysart and following concelebrated Requiem Mass, she was laid to rest in Dysart Graveyard.   She is survived by her sons, Kevin and Dermot, daughters Una Cherriman and Caroline McDonnell Barry, sister, Teresa Power, daughters in law, sons in law, grandchildren, extended family and friends.

W/E 11/09/2016

posted Sep 6, 2016, 3:40 AM by John O'Sullivan

Cupid Strikes.
Claire Hayes, daughter of Joe & Anne Hayes of Kilkee East, Ruan married Kevin Corey, son of Delia & the late John Corey of Loughville, Ennis on Friday last in St. Mary's Church, Ruan.  Fr. Pat O'Neill was celebrant and  Bestman was Darren Lawlor, with Groomsmen Mike Hayes, Nick Turner and Colm Frawley.   Bridesmaids were Noelle Hayes, Caroline Hayes, Aisling Quirke and Claire Neylon. 
The bride's nieces, Lucia Hayes, Heather Daly-Hayes, Aoibhinn  & Sabhdh Hayes-Ryan, Isuelt Jordan and Claire Hayes were flowergirls and Pageboys were Laurence Hayes and Jack Gallagher. The reception was held in Dromoland Castle.

Hospice Coffee Morning.
A coffee morning will be held in Ruan Community Centre on Thurs. 15th Sept., next, from 9.30am to 12.30pm, joining with coffee mornings all over the country, in raising funds for the Hospice in their own areas.
Toonagh Parents Association will hold the Coffee morning in Toonagh Hall on the same date and same times.
All funds raised locally will go to support Cahercalla Hospice. The support of the community will be much appreciated.

W/E 04/09/2016

posted Aug 30, 2016, 9:58 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Aug 30, 2016, 10:02 AM ]

Successful Summer Camp.
The Ruan GAA and Camogie Club Summer Camp saw 110 boys and girls enjoy a great week of hurling and camogie last week August 23rd to 26th.  The camp was run from 10am to 2pm daily with the children being divided into groups from Under 6 to Under 14. This was the first year of the camp and it proved to be a hugely successful week. Killian Ryan was the head coach ably assisted by 12 excellent local coaches. 
A fun day for all the age groups was organised on the last day, where each child had the chance to take part in orienteering, treasure hunts and a very popular obstacle course race and there was great excitement as a team of Mothers from Ruan school raced against a team of mothers from Toonagh School on the obstacle course with Toonagh being victorious. 
The camp concluded with each child being presented with a certificate of participation before a visit from an ice-cream van. Special guest at the camp was Clare Senior Hurler David McInerney. Due to its success, plans are already in place to run the camp in 2017.  The highlight of the week for the adults involved was the, very well attended,fundraising dance in Purcells Ruan where the money raised will go towards the cost of running the 2016 and 2017 Summer Camp.

Imeall Bourne Cluster Meeting.
At a recent meeting of the Imeall Boirne Cluster, in which this parish is included, it was proposed that weekend Masses in the nine churches will be reduced to seven Masses and two lay led liturgies each weekend. No decision has been made on the organisation of this and parishioners are asked to discuss it among themselves over the coming weeks and a final decision will be made at a follow-up meeting on Wed. Sept. 7th next at 8.00pm in Crusheen.
It is hoped to set up a group which would be able to lead liturgies and Eucharistic Services in the parish and anyone interested in this may contact Fr. Pat @ 0862612124 Matt @0871757577 or Rose @ 0870610212.

Toonagh Hall Tractor Run.
The roads around Toonagh will host a Tractor Run on Sun. 18th Sept., next, when tractors, vintage cars and motorcycles will all be welcome, with proceeds going towards Toonagh Hall. Refreshments and entertainment will be provided in the Hall afterwards and further details will be given nearer the time.

Recent Deaths. 

The death has taken place of Sean Brodie, Killeen and formerly of St. Patrick's Terrace, Turnpike Road, Ennis, peacefully at his home. He reposed at St. Mary's Church, Ruan and following requiem mass, he was laid to rest in Drumcliffe. 

Sean and his wife, Frances, moved to Killeen in 1972. He worked for the Mid Western Health Board in R.E.T.O.S. in Shannon and later in Teach Boru in Ennis, until his retirement. He was involved with the Ennis Musical Society for a number of years, he was active in the local churches in this parish, and was also a keen spectator of sport.
He is survived by his wife, Frances, daughters Susan, Elizabeth, Anne Marie, Elaine & Patricia, son Micheal, sons in law, daughter in law, grandchildren, extended family & friends. 

The death has taken place, recently, of Micheal Smyth, Stillorgan, Dublin, formerly from Ruan, brother of Kevin Smyth and Carmel Kelly and the late Jimmy Smyth.  The death also occurred of Mary Kelly, McHugh Villas, Ennis, formerly of Scoole, and sister of Morty Kelly, Ruan.


Minor Camogie Final.
Ruan Minor camogie team played Whitegate in the Minor Final in Tulla on a lovely sunny evening on Sunday and despite putting in a great effort, Whitegate came out winners. Captain for Ruan was Roisin O'Loughlin.




W/E 20/09/2015

posted Sep 14, 2015, 7:08 AM by John O'Sullivan

Wedding Bells.
The unending rain on Friday last did little to dampen the spirits of a local girl, Anne O'Regan on her marriage to Paul Drumm, the many umbrellas used adding a spectacle of great colour to the celebrations. The local Camogie Club, of which Anne is a very popular member and Chairperson,  had a Guard of Honour outside the Church. 
Anne is a daughter of Michael and the late Margaret O'Regan of Dromore, Ruan and Paul is a son of John and Maria Drumm of Drumcondra, Dublin.  Celebrant was Fr. Pat O'Neill and Bridesmaids were Maureen Cleary and Mai-Ling Drumm.  Bestman was Gary Craig and Groomsmen were Kevin Drumm and Declan Flynn.  Hailey and Jeyan Drumm were flowergirls and Pageboy was Sebastian Drumm. 
The reception was held at the Castle Oaks Hotel, Castleconnell and the couple will live in Crusheen.


Dublin City Marathon.
Last year local man, Shane O'Loughlin from Kilcurrish, Fountain, ran in the Dublin City Marathon, raising funds for the Clare Crusaders Clinic in Barefield, so encouraged was he by the support he received, he's in training for this years marathon with renewed vigour. He welcomes any donations to aid the fundraising for this very valuable asset in the County, which is such a help to families with children with special needs.

Recent Death.
The death has taken place of Joe O'Brien of Bealnalicka, Ruan, Ennis General Hospital.  Joe had endured poor health for the past few years, which led him to retiring from working on his farm, which he loved.  He was always known for his work with sheep and cattle  and he kept sheepdogs and beagles and when the sheepdogs had pups, there were always eagerly given homes by farmers who appreciated their nature. 
Over the years Joe was a member of Ruan and Dysart Harriers,and regularly won the Dysart Harriers Cup, he was on the local hurling team of the '60's with which he won a championship medal and he also ran Cross Country with the Athletics Club. One of his passions was card playing, and, on the circuit, he was keenly aware of the strengths and weaknesses of his opponents.  Joe will also be remembered for his wit and sense of fun and his ability to always have time for a chat.
His remains were removed from Kennedy's Funeral Home to Ruan Church and, following requiem Mass concelebrated by his cousins Fr. Martin and Fr. Mike O'Brien with Fr. Pat O'Neill, he was laid to rest in the old Graveyard.  He is survived by his sister Martina, brother, Kevin, brother in law, sister in law, nieces, nephews and friends.
The death also took place last week of Tom Kelly.  Tom was the  last surviving member of the Kelly family from Morty Kelly's Public House in Ruan Village.  He emigrated to England at a young age and worked there until his retirement when he returned to live in Barefield where he spent his last years, enjoying the company of extended family. He was laid to rest in Ruan Graveyard with his family.

W/E 13/09/2015

posted Sep 7, 2015, 8:38 AM by John O'Sullivan

Clothes Collection.
Now that the children are back in school, the Parents Associations are back in action fundraising for various needs of the schools.
Toonagh Parents Association is holding a clothes collection on Thurs. 17th Sept.
Collection bags are available at the school, or black bags may be used. They can be dropped off at Toonagh Hall on the day fro 9-10.30am, 1.45-3.00pm, 6.30-7.30pm. By now people know all kinds of clothing, belts, bags, shoes, curtains, sheets, duvet covers, etc. may be included, but no duvets, pillows or cushions. The monies raised will go towards getting I.T. supplies for the school.

Hospice Coffee Morning.
This community will be one of many, all over the country, who will host coffee mornings in aid of their local Hospice on next Thurs. 17th Sept.
Mary Hanrahan will host one in her home in Drumcavan from 10am-1pm and Mary O'Donnell & Martha Casey will be the hostesses in Ruan Community Centre fro 9.30am-1pm.
There will be fresh home baking on offer and the support of the community will be very welcome.

Ruan Minor Hurling.
Ruan recently hosted an u8 blitz in the hurling field. Visiting Clubs were Inagh, Kilnamona and  Tulla. Ruan did very well, fielding three teams. There was great support from the parents and mentors who organised the day which ended with refreshments being enjoyed by all who took part.
The Minor Club is holding a Flag Day in Ennis on this Sat.12th Sept., and anyone who might have an hour or so to spare is asked to contact any member of the Club, who will be delighted with the offer to help out on the day.

Recent Deaths.
The deaths have occurred of Michael Murphy of Coolmeen, Cranny, father of Moira Roughan, Fountain and John Slattery of Newmarket on Fergus, father of Mary McMahon, Ballytigue, Ruan.

Confirmation Talk.
A talk for parents of all children to be confirmed in the Imeall Boirne parishes in 2016  will be held in Ruan Community Centre on Tue. 15th Sept. at 8.00pm.

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