W/E 14/01/2018

posted Jan 9, 2018, 6:20 AM by John O'Sullivan
Charity Walk in Toonagh.
Seeking Vision Clare Sunset Foundation, the non-profit registered charity, which provides services and support to people who are vision impaired, will be the recipient of monies raised by the Toonagh Walk on this coming Sunday, January 14, 2018, at 12.30pm. 
Registration is from 11.00am in Toonagh Hall. 
There are three routes to suit all level of fitness, 2k, 5k and 10.5k, on quiet, scenic back roads around Toonagh and children are welcome. 
Start and finish is in Toonagh Hall and refreshments will be served afterwards.  Further information from Breda @ 0851947763.        

Wedding Bells.
Johnathan Clohessy, son of Seanie and Marie from Hazelgrove,  Ruan, married Michelle Enright, daughter of Mike and Kay from Crecora, Limerick, in Holy Trinity Abbey, Adare on December 30 last.  Fr. Richard  Davern was Celebrant.   Hugh O’Donnell was Bestman and Groomsmen were Shane O’Donnell, Niall O’Connor and Ronan Fitzpatrick. Bridesmaids were Cathy Enright, Nicola Quinn, Christina Quinlivan, Marina Enright and Gabrielle Enright.  Michelle’s nieces and nephews were flowergirls and pageboys.
The reception was held in Adare Manor. The couple reside in Ruan.

Community Games.
The closing date for the Ruan Community Games Art entries is January 17, 2018.  Children aged under six to under sixteen (as of July 31, 2018) are invited to send their entries to Bernadette Kelly or Moira O’Loughlin, with €2 entry fee per person.  The subject this year is “any Community Games sport”, and all winners, except those under six, go forward to the County Finals.

Camogie Awards. 
Two young camogie players from the Ruan Club were presented with Awards at the Clare Camogie Awards night at Treacy’s West County Hotel on Friday night last, Kate Forde received hers for the overall achievement in under 13B and Eve O’Connor was the recipient of the the u-14C Award.

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