Kilmurry N.S. Parents Association have entered the Cash for Clobber 2012/13 textile recycling competition and would greatly appreciate your help.
Collection dates: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday -1st, 2nd and 3rd of May
Contact: Kathryn 087-8109326 or Carmel 087-6933300
Why not be in with a chance to win a pedigree heifer.
The heifer comes from excellent breeding stock (see photo for details).
There is also a €1500 cash alternative….
This Raffle is part of the Kilmurry National School Fundraising Programme. Read more
UPDATE – SMB GAA sports wear will also be on show at Fashion Show….
Preparations are under way for a great night out on Good Friday, March 29th at the Oakwood Arms Hotel in Shannon.
Kilmurry National School is staging “Cat Walk 2013” – a fashion show fundraiser featuring cutting-edge couture
Congratulations to David Hamilton, Kilmurry National School who has been selected for the public voting stage of the 2013 Doodle4Google competition. Please cast a vote for him on website: http://www.google.ie/doodle4google/vote.html before 4th March, 2013 as David and Kilmurry National School stand to win great prizes. The title of the doodle is ‘Muffin Maker’. “
As you may be aware, funding has been approved for an extension to our school (Kilmurry National School) and preparations are well underway to make this transition as convenient and safe as possible for all parties concerned.
To raise some funds for the project we have formed a Fundraising Committee Read more
DUE to popular demand, Spancilhill Drama Group will present another instalment of the hilarious play Here Lays Paddy Broderick on Saturday 2nd March at Quin Hall with curtains at 8pm with proceeds going to the Kilmurry National School Building Project..
Here Lays Paddy Broderick was written by Clooney playwright Anita O’Loughlin. It tells the story of a family eager to make a few bob by any means possible, in this case they fake their uncle’s death and hilarity ensues at his wake. Anita, who is responsible for writing over 30 comedic plays told says the play offers up plenty of twists and turns and the audience must wait and see if there’s any money to be made out of all this funeral business. Read more