September 19th

CARDS
The weekly ‘30’ card game continues in the Community Centre on Friday 17th of September at 9.00 pm.  Catering on the night will be Mary Dunne, Mary Jackman, Ann Jackman and Eleanor Power – Raheenduff.  On the Friday 24th of September catering on the night will be Ann Foley, Ann Barron, Mary Power and Kathleen Murphy – Coonogue.  Proceeds will go to the Parish Funds.

ADAMSTOWN LOTTO RESULTS
Winning numbers are – 4, 5, 11, 26.  There was no Jackpot Winners.  The following players matched 3 numbers: Betty Davitt, Terrarath; Helen Furlong, Misterin; John O’Doherty, Coolnacun; Patrick Whitty, Templnacroha; Jake Cadogan, Ballyvergin; Tommy Murray, Tinnock; Patricia Doyle, Ballagh and Michael Delaney, Newbawn each receiving €25.00.  Next draw is worth €10,700 and it takes place in Cullens, on Monday 27th of September 2010.  Winning ticket Seller will receive €1000.

A GOOD HARVEST DAY
Sister Helen’s prayers for a fine day lat Sunday were certainly heard and answered.  Another very successful Harvest Festival Day was held at Dick and Bessie Fortune’s farm at Doonooney last Sunday afternoon.  Despite many other attractions a good crowed turned out to enjoy the Vintage Working Day and view a full field of ploughmen (and women!) competing in the various classes, see the Nostalgic sight of the “Old Threshing Mill” in action, watch the lovely Irish Dancing provided by Margo’s little stars and enjoy the many other games and side-show that provided the ideal atmosphere for the afternoon.  Great credit is due to the Shamrock Vintage Club and the Adamstown Harvest Festival Committee under Chairman, John Power, for all their work and effort they put into making the event so successful.

The Financial Details will be announced at he next meeting on Thursday 7th of October.  If you were not able to attend last Sunday and wish to make a donation, please contact either Dave Power or Ann Jackman, Joint-Treasurer’s, during the coming week.

The Organising Committee wish to thank everyone for their support, in particular the Landowners, Ploughing and Vintage participants, the Sponsor, the Judges, all the men and women that worked so hard throughout the day and all who kindly donated soup, sandwiches, and confectionery, and last but by no means least, a special “Thank You” to everyone that made the effort to be present and gave a donation, which will all be going to help people much less fortunate than ourselves.
P S: See the “Standard” for all the ploughing results.  The full list of Sponsors will appear in the “Newsletter” later.

JUNIOR CERT RESULTS
Congratulations to all the boys and girls who received their Junior Cert Results on Wednesday 15th of September.

SCOIL CEOIL MACSIURTAIN
Three Teacher School will be teaching Traditional Irish Music on Monday evenings in Galbally Hall.  Classes are back on Monday 13th September.  We cater for Keyboard/Piano, Fiddle/Violin, Mandolin, Banjo, Button/Piano, Accordion/Melodeon, Tin Whistle, Flute and Bodhran.  Beginners and advanced Welcome.  For further information contact James on 086 – 8486989.

BACK TO EDUCATION
Raheen Family Resource Centre in conjunction with County Wexford VEC will have two ne BTEI programmes commencing in October, they are: Introduction to Woodcraft which will take place on Tuesday mornings and introduction ton Healthcare which will take place on Monday mornings.  Both courses are FETAC accredited.  For further details contact Bridget at 051 428805.

RAHEEN DAY CARE SERVICE
We are currently seeking volunteers for our Day Care Service at Raheen Family Resource Centre, which is going very well, with a good attendance at present.  This week we will have the chiropodist Babs Zinc, and we look forward to seeing everyone out enjoying the chat and fun.  If you would like to volunteer or would like further details contact Kay at
051 428805.

COMPUTER TRAINING
We are now back with our autumn courses and our opening hours are: Tuesday 9.30 am – 1.30 pm and the evening
7.00 pm – 9.00 pm.  Wednesday from 9.30 am – 1.30 pm, Thursday 9.30 am – 1.30 pm and the evening from
7.00 pm – 9.00 pm.

We have the following courses running: Digital photography, Beginners computers for the actively retired, Internet and email for beginners and ECDL.  For further details cont Anne at: 051 428811, 085 1783115 or email Anne at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

IN MEMORIAM
Saturday 18th of September Mass at 8.00 pm – Aoife Kelly, Doonooney (A)
Sunday 19th of September Mass at 10.30 am – Patrick & Kathleen Doyle, Ballyvergin (A)
Saturday 25th of September Mass at 8.00 pm – Peter Thorpe (Senior) & Peter Thorpe (Junior), Newtown (A)
Sunday 26th of September Mass at 10.30 am – Kevin & Molly Whelan & Myra Pierce, Adamstown (A)

SUPPORT NUMBERS – WEXFORD AREA

Citizens Information Centre    053 9142012
Family life Service    053 9123086
Mental Health Ireland    053 9243200
Money Advice Budgeting Service    053 9121504
Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Service    1800 33 00 33
St Vincent De Paul    051 857112
Talk it Over
(Suicide Bereavement Support)    1850 201 249
Wexford Community Based Drugs
Initiative    053 9121691
Wexford Self Harm Intervention
Programme    053 9174050
Wexford Womens’ Refuge Project    1800 220 444

THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK

Angels keep a watchful eye
And help us as the days go by

TAKE TIME

Take time to laugh,
it is the music
of the soul.

Take time to think,
it is the source
of power

Take time to play,
it is the source
of perpetual your.

Take time to read,
it is the fountain
of wisdom

Take time to pray,
it is the greatest
power of earth.