Week 18/09/2011

posted Sep 13, 2011, 10:09 AM by Unknown user
Tidy Town Competition.
 
 
Ruan Village and its environs fared well this year in the Tidy Town's Competition,  earning 264 points, up three on last year's results, due to the hard work and dedication of the community, helped in no small way by the work of the Rural Resource Organisation.   The Spring Clean which had been organised earlier in the year led to a large amount of litter being removed from the areas surrounding the village.  
The judges commented favourably on the refurbishment of Ruan Church, the high standard of landscaping in the school grounds and in the village.   They concluded that the village continues to progress in the competition and is a visually enhanced area, and that the landscaping carried out by the community has led to a charming sense of place.  
 
   
Music at the Castle.
 
Dysart O'Dea Castle & Clare Archaeology Centre presents an evening of music and song on Sun. night next, 18th Sept.at 6.00p.m., at which food will be served.   Award winning musicians, Tara and Fergal Breen and Emer and Gerry Coughlan will provide the music.   
As places are limited, anyone wishing to attend should contact Breda on 065 6837794 or 086 1000295.
 

Dance Aerobics.
 
Tracy is back in Toonagh Hall on Thursday nights with her Dance Aerobics classes, starting on Thurs. 22nd Sept. at 8.30p.m. 
 
   
Kitchen Sessions.
 
Toonagh Hall is the venue for the Kitchen Sessions, which will begin on this Fri. night, at 7.00p.m.   The sessions are open to young and old - musicians, singers and dancers, and are intended to be a platform for the sharing of tunes, dances and songs.   
A lively night is assured as there is a wealth of talent in the locality, all looking forward to keeping these traditions alive.

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