CAR BOOT SALE
A Car Boot Sale will be held this Sunday, 27th October in Camp Community Sports Field (Indoors if Wet.) Sellers with Stalls/car Boot – E10.00. Buyers – E2.00. This is a great opportunity to declutter your home and support a worthy cause as all proceeds go towards the training and maintenance of the Camp AED’s Defibrillators. And if you were a Camp Car Boot Sale supporter in the past, come along again and support us. Teas and refreshments available in the Sports Hall on the day. The Irish Red Corss will be providing information on upcoming AED training which they are planning to deliver in Camp for those of us needing refresher and for first time attenders. Attend and you might help save a life ! Please support us on Sunday !
Camp Community Council and Sports Committee wish to thank all who supported the quiz held in Ashes Pub on Friday night in aid of Camp Sportsfield Development. E670 was raised on the night. Chairman Gene Fin thanked Conor Slattery organiser, Sean Barry Quizmaster, Christy Deane, Amplification, Micko and the Staff at Ashes and all those who attended on the night. Gene advised of the current plans for Camp Community Sports Field, Drainage currently being undertaken and other projects coming down the line and he praised the work of past committees in the development of community facilities in Camp Community Field going back 30 years since the community field was first purchased. Gene also thanks those who sponsored raffle prizes on the night.
We are having a table quiz in O Neills, Railway Tavern, Camp on Friday the 8th of November starting at 9.00 pm. Local support on the night would be appreciated. Spot Prizes for raffle will also be greatly appreciated and can be handed in to The Railway earlier on Friday if you cannot attend the quiz on the night.
On Sunday, we played Spa Road in the KDL in Tralee. In a very entertaining game which finished 3-3 despite being behind on 3 occasions we battled hard for a much deserved point. Goals were scored by James Scanlon, James Crean and Francis Herlihy popped up with the equaliser. Its great to see Francis back after a long stint out with injury. Well done to all involved.
CAMP NOTES – 14TH OCTOBER 2013
The Railway Tavern hosted the Annual VW/Camper Van weekend in the pub lastweekend. Mike O Neill, a VW enthusiast himself reported a huge turnout and great music and song too throughout the weekend.
Michael Hilliard Mulcahy presents “Beyond The Brooklyn Sky” at Siamsa Tire on 30/31 October at 8.00 pm. Successfully run and critically acclaimed at last year’s Dublin Theatre Festival, this play is now touring nationally. Set in the present day, in the small coastal town of Brandon, in west, Co Kerry, the play begins with a homecoming and is marked by an absence, as a group of fortysomething friends gather to mark their reunion after 20 year.” (Irish Times). Director Peter Sheridan says “its the strongest debut play he has ever been involved in.”
The news of the death of Rose Staunton (nee Wheeler), Acres, Annascaul was received with sadness on Tuesday morning. Rose along with her husband Gordon joined Milo, Jack Doyle, Tracy O Neill and many others over the years at the Sunday afternoon session in The Railway Tavern. On Concetina she played many a tune and made many many friends too. She was a lovely friendly and kind lady who always had a smile on her face. Sympathy is extended to her husband Gordon, her sons and her extended family and her many friends. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis.
John and Dolly Chambers got a “bualadh bos” at Mass in Camp recently to congratulate them on 50 years of marriage this year. No doubt the entire community of Camp join in sending best wishes to them, John is certainly one of the very best community workers around !! And we all know that behind every successful man, there is always a good woman !!! Dolly and John, Congratulations to you both, may you enjoy many more years of happiness together !!
Bríd O Connor “youngest of the family of Pat Joe and Frances” celebrated her 21st at home recently. All her friends came and her cousins and relatives and neighbours and a great night was had by all !
45 minute informative/practical training on completion of Forms MED1 and MED2 given on Tuesday 5th November @ 10am in the Old School, Camp. The training will provide assistance and support on filling forms for refund for medical, dental, nursing home or medication expenses for yourself or your family. Please text or telephone Adrienne Dowd on 087-2417021 to confirm attendance. Cost €12 per person
Michael O Driscoll, Genie Farrell and Sean Barry presented the “Brendan Bawny O Driscoll” Memorial Education Scholarship to Gavin Curran, Dingle GAA Club following the West Kerry Championship in Dingle. Gavin is the first recipient of the scholarship.
HEALTH LINK CANCER BUS FUNDRAISER
Paddy O Brien presented a cheque for E500 to the Kerry/Cork Health Link Bus fund on Monday last, proceeds from the ongoing fundraiser in aid of the bus. The “ recently launched CD “Drivin you To Drink” was written and produced by Paddy O Brien specificially to help raise funds for this worthy cause. Upcoming events include a night in The Stretford Inn Bar in Causeway on 7th. November. Thanks to everybody for their support.
Happy Haloween !!! Kids party will take place on 26th of October in the old school in Camp from 3-5pm. DJ Nat will host the event. All are welcome. Entry fee is €5 per child or €10 per family.
INTRODUCTION TO MINDFULLNESS
A 5 week programme – Monday 4th November – Monday 2nd. December. Morning Class 10.30 – 12 p.m. Evening Class – 7.30 – 9/00 p.m.
Venue St. Brendans Pastoral Centre, Rock Street, Tralee Early Booking is essential to ensure a place. Booking please telephone – Susan – 087 2838171.