Lisa Stapleton’s Parish News: 16/10/2016
Dualla Community Association: Following a meeting, it was decided that a survey would be delivered to every house in the area in connection with future planning of our community. The survey will be delivered this week and extra leaflets will be available in Dualla Church Porch or you can contact Majella on 087-9649490. A box will be available in the Church Porch for anyone that wishes to return completed surveys from October 29th-6th November.
South Tipp Hospice: Wish to thank the Boherlahan Dualla Hospice Group. €1,045.60 being the proceeds raised at the recent Cake and Produce Sale, held on 9th October. Many thanks to all those who donated raffle prizes, cakes etc. and helped in any way.
Congratulations: Well done to the Minor Camogie & Management on their excellent win last Saturday in the County Final. Junior B: Well done to our Junior B’s who won the Mid Final last Sunday v Moyne Templetuohy in Drombane. We await other results but more than likely we are in a County Semi Final.
GAA Lotto: Tickets available at all the usual outlets. 2 euro each per ticket, or 3 for 5 euro tickets available. Results from Monday nights draw, held at Boherlahan Bingo, are available on our Facebook page Boherlahan Dualla GAA or Twitter @BoherlahanDGAA. Alternatively, results are posted up at Lacey’s Bar, Horse & Hound Dualla, Martin O’Dwyer Butchers, Cashel. Thank you for your continued support.
Community Website: Please give your support to the community website by sending photos, written contributions, or any material to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bingo: Continues every Monday night in Boherlahan Parish Hall. All welcome. Buses serving local surrounding areas.
Parish Newsletter: Please send any items for inclusion in the newsletter by 6pm on Wednesday evenings. The email address is email@example.com As space is limited, notices may occasionally have to be shortened.
Death of Pat Tynan: On Wednesday 5th October, shock and disbelief spread across the tight-knit community of St Joseph’s Avenue, Boherlahan, at the unexpected death of Pat Tynan in his own home. Pat was an unassuming person who lived out his life in a quiet way. He was a very sensitive, kind-hearted and inoffensive person with his own unique witty sense of humour. Pat was endowed with an exceptional talent for music. In life he brought great joy and hope to many with this gift. His harmonica was never far from him and he loved to play with the most talented of musicians. His involvement always raised the standard of music to a much higher level. His creativity also found expression in drawings, sketches and paintings. He was fascinated by the intricacies of engines and the new technologies, spending endless hours working out the mechanics of them. His lorry-driving took him to faraway places, which provided him with the opportunity to acquaint musical hot spots. Pat had his own motorbike, which gave him great freedom and a means of leaving the burdens of life behind. It was only fitting that his biker friends should have formed a guard of honour for him. Pat was the son of the much loved Nell who was sacristan in the local church for many years. Our sympathy is extended to his father Jackie, sister Josephine Hassett, brother-in-law Oliver, niece Jacqueline, nephews Leo, Jason and Darren, uncles, aunts, neighbours and friends. His remains were removed from Devitt’s Funeral Parlour on Friday evening to the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Boherlahan and, after concelebrated Requiem Mass on the following day, burial took place in Ardmayle Cemetery. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilís.