W/E 27/09/2020

posted Sep 21, 2020, 3:32 AM by John O'Sullivan
Dysart Walk.
Mary O’Halloran is leading another walking tour of Dysart O Dea archaeological sites, starting  and finishing from the Romanesque Church and Round Tower on Sunday, September 27 next, at 12 noon. The walk will cover approximately 5km and will take about three hours. Anyone interested may contact Mary @ 0872830950 to book a place on the walk, as social distancing must be adhered to and places are limited. These walks have been well attended and are a great way to get to know the history of the local area from someone with a deep knowledge of the area.

Toonagh School Cash for Clobber.
Now that children are back at school and the season is changing, people may be sorting out their wardrobes and clearing out household clobber. Toonagh school Parents Association will hold the first clothes collection fundraiser of this school year on Thursday, October 1st to raise much needed funds for the school. The Parents Association will be also be making a donation to Toonagh Hall and Sports Complex, which has no source of income at present due to COVID-19 restrictions,  and the school children get fantastic use from this excellent facility. 
Drop off times on Oct. 1 are 9-10am, 1.45 – 3pm, and 6.30 -7.30pm.
Bags may be dropped any day at Toonagh Hall door, before the above date and they will be taken in each evening. Noreen Cummins (0866030005) may  be contacted, should anyone wish to arrange to leave bags prior to the October 1 outside of school hours. 

Hurling.
Corofin/Ruan under 14 Academy hurlers had a win over Kilkee on Sunday evening in Ruan. This makes it three wins out of three games and has them at the top of their group. Their final group game in against Inagh/Kilnamona next weekend.

Toonagh Walk.
On this Sunday, September 27, from 2pm a socially distanced Toonagh Walk will be held to raise some much needed emergency funds for the heart of the community- Toonagh Hall. For a very reasonable 5 euro each, people can catch up with all their pre-lockdown friends while keeping fit in safe, outdoor and beautiful countryside, and where a fantastic raffle awaits at the finishline. 

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