Fenor

Buala Bhos

I hear congratulations are in order from Pearl Whiffin. She won a prize for one of her paintings at Golden Years Art Competition recently held at the Tower Hotel. Pearl is a member of the art class organised by the Tramore Active Retirement Association. Their teacher is the well-known local artist Liz Walsh. For those who don’t know, the Tramore Active Retirement Association is a very happy group of over fifty-fives and they meet for a coffee morning every Tuesday at 11a.m. at the Grand Hotel, Tramore.

Sale of Work

It is countdown time for the eagerly anticipated event with only a few more days to Fenor Sale of Work, which will open its doors at 2p.m. on Sunday, 3rd December in Fenor National School.

Santa is busy filling his bags with toys for girls and boys, cakes are being iced, plum puddings stirred and the spinner oiled for the day. Tickets are being sold nightly for the Monster Draw, first prize valued at €1,500, which also includes vouchers for fuel, clothes, groceries and a holiday. Second prize is a luxury hamper valued at €200 and there are many other prizes. The quality and quantity of the prizes on the spinner have to be seen to be believed. Add to these numerous stalls, raffles, games and teashop, which will provide refreshments all day for weary parents.

Fenor Sale of Work will be a fun filled day as usual, so come early to avoid disappointment and have a wonderful time.

Buala Bhos

Well done to the two hard working County Council operatives for the edging and side cleaning at Beech Park last week.

OnGuard!

Take good care if shopping on the busy run up to Christmas in Waterford or other large shopping areas as reports to hand of pickpockets in operation, with one lady robbed of a large sum of money and her credit card.

Lady Luck

Lucky winners at the popular Bingo venues were:

(Tramore G.A.A. Centre) Ita Lonergan, Helen Hutchinson, Sean Kirk, Dunhill, Mary Murphy, Marie McGrath, Claire Bowman and Mary Doyle.

(Mount Sion) Kathleen Byrne, Nora Graham, Portlaw, Margaret McCarthy. The Christmas fare starts next Friday night with prizes left and right of the winners. The Snowball is €760 on 49 calls.

Birthdays

Many happy returns to twin sisters Kathleen Smith and Ann Legge (nee Caulfield) also to Breda Power, Bay View who celebrates on Tuesday, 5th December.

That’s Entertainment

The busload from Tramore who travelled to Comerford’s Bar, Mooncoin last Wednesday night to meet their favourite entertainer of the year, Johnny Barry, K.C.L.R. was delighted with the fare on offer. Two great musicians Andy Burrows and Johnny Power were in sparkling form, as was 14-year-old Hazel O’Brien with two lovely numbers from her C.D., ‘Welcome Liam’ and ‘Old September’ by Pat Kearns. Musicians came from far and wide for this great night of entertainment, which is well worth a visit any Wednesday night. Johnny Barry was presented with a picture plaque. Many thanks to the proprietors and staff for the lovely ribs, crubeen and colcannon.

Buala Bhos

I hear congratulations are in order from Pearl Whiffin. She won a prize for one of her paintings at Golden Years Art Competition recently held at the Tower Hotel. Pearl is a member of the art class organised by the Tramore Active Retirement Association. Their teacher is the well-known local artist Liz Walsh. For those who don’t know, the Tramore Active Retirement Association is a very happy group of over fifty-fives and they meet for a coffee morning every Tuesday at 11a.m. at the Grand Hotel, Tramore.

Sale of Work

It is countdown time for the eagerly anticipated event with only a few more days to Fenor Sale of Work, which will open its doors at 2p.m. on Sunday, 3rd December in Fenor National School.

Santa is busy filling his bags with toys for girls and boys, cakes are being iced, plum puddings stirred and the spinner oiled for the day. Tickets are being sold nightly for the Monster Draw, first prize valued at €1,500, which also includes vouchers for fuel, clothes, groceries and a holiday. Second prize is a luxury hamper valued at €200 and there are many other prizes. The quality and quantity of the prizes on the spinner have to be seen to be believed. Add to these numerous stalls, raffles, games and teashop, which will provide refreshments all day for weary parents.

Fenor Sale of Work will be a fun filled day as usual, so come early to avoid disappointment and have a wonderful time.

Buala Bhos

Well done to the two hard working County Council operatives for the edging and side cleaning at Beech Park last week.

OnGuard!

Take

care if shopping on the busy run up to Christmas in Waterford or other large shopping areas as reports to hand of pickpockets in operation, with one lady robbed of a large sum of money and her credit card.

Lady Luck

Lucky winners at the popular Bingo venues were:

(Tramore G.A.A. Centre) Ita Lonergan, Helen Hutchinson, Sean Kirk, Dunhill, Mary Murphy, Marie McGrath, Claire Bowman and Mary Doyle.

(Mount Sion) Kathleen Byrne, Nora Graham, Portlaw, Margaret McCarthy. The Christmas fare starts next Friday night with prizes left and right of the winners. The Snowball is €760 on 49 calls.

Birthdays

Many happy returns to twin sisters Kathleen Smith and Ann Legge (nee Caulfield) also to Breda Power, Bay View who celebrates on Tuesday, 5th December.

That’s Entertainment

The busload from Tramore who travelled to Comerford’s Bar, Mooncoin last Wednesday night to meet their favourite entertainer of the year, Johnny Barry, K.C.L.R. was delighted with the fare on offer. Two great musicians Andy Burrows and Johnny Power were in sparkling form, as was 14-year-old Hazel O’Brien with two lovely numbers from her C.D., ‘Welcome Liam’ and ‘Old September’ by Pat Kearns. Musicians came from far and wide for this great night of entertainment, which is well worth a visit any Wednesday night. Johnny Barry was presented with a picture plaque. Many thanks to the proprietors and staff for the lovely ribs, crubeen and colcannon.

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