Notices


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Quin / Clooney Community Games

Quin/Clooney Community Games are holding their local sports day today at Quin school pitch, registration from 11.30am, races start at 12.00. This is a fun day , all are welcome. At the sports day we are also collecting new or in good condition second hand running shoes and spikes which will be donated to children from Ukraine living in Clare.

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ALONE

Would you be willing to provide companionship or make calls to Older People once a week? ALONE are seeking volunteers in your area. Full training and support provided. If interested please sign up here: https://alone.ie/ volunteers/ For more information, contact [email protected] or on 086 1085965.

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Church Cleaning

Sacristans & Church Cleaning for Quin Church: The annual collection for the Sacristans of our Churches and for the floor cleaning of Quin Church takes place this weekend May 14th/15th. There is a special white envelope in your box of envelopes for this collection. Thank you for your generosity to our devoted Sacristans in their ministry.

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First Holy Communion

The children of Clooney National School will receive their First Holy Communion this Saturday 14 May in Clooney Church. We congratulate all the children, parents and teachers for the great preparations they have been putting in all year in preparation for their big day.

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Launch of Energy Master Plan:

Clooney/Spancilhill Community Development Group in conjunction with Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland and Tipperary Energy Agency invite you to an information evening on your local energy plan and upgrading your homes to be warmer and more energy efficient. Date: 25th May 2022 at 7.30pm to 9.30pm in Clooney National School.

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COVID Protocols

Since the government announcement at the end of January, Religious Services can continue to proceed without capacity limits but with a couple protective measures remaining in place. This means that in our churches face masks are still to be worn, and hand sanitizing to continue on entering and leaving the church. The sign of peace remains suspended and Holy Communion