Sympathy is extended to the family of the late Kathleen Doolan, Ballinamanagh who died recently. May she rest in peace.
DIOCESAN YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULT PROJECT
Kilcummin GAA wish to express sympathy to the family of Kathleen Doolan who died recently. Kathleen competed with Kilcummin in Scor competitions winning East Kerry titles in Set Dancing and Figure Dancing. May she rest in peace.
KILCUMMIN HEALTH AND WELL-BEING.
A chance for us all in the club to win O Neill vouchers up to the value of € 2500. Any club that can collectively track 4000 KM will be entered in the draw. 1 Download the free MyLife app. 2 tap on social tab. 3 select , Challenges, Munster and Kilcummin GAA.
Despite the inactivity in GAA clubs at present our Development is nearing completion and once construction returns we will be close to finalising the project. This will be a wonderful facility and living proof of the community spirit and goodwill of the people of Kilcummin.
KERRY ETB COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMME
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on communities throughout Kerry. The Kerry ETB Community Education Programme has responded by making a number of courses available online. Kerry ETB understands that not everyone is confident in accessing courses online, but we are available to support individuals to do so. While nothing can replace the learning and social interactions that occur when we meet face to face, we are mindful that people may become disconnected if we do not respond. Therefore, our tutors are available to deliver courses and provide a platform to keep communities connected. Courses are aimed at adults in Kerry who are living alone, adults who have underlining health issues that have resulted in them cocooning and adults who are caring for a vulnerable adult or child. All courses are free of charge to these groups. Register your interest on www.fetchcourses.ie using relevant course codes on the notice in the Church porch or by contact John on 086-1279381.
‘THE KINGDOM CONNECTS’
HEALTHCARE STAFF REQUIRED
As we know, the Covid-19 situation has deteriorated significantly recently and the next few weeks are predicted to be the most challenging of the pandemic so far. As a result Cork Kerry Community Healthcare are urgently seeking staff to work in their residential settings. These residential facilities (community hospitals) and in private nursing homes are coming under pressure with a number of outbreaks in several residential facilities. They are now asking any healthcare staff (particularly nurses and healthcare assistants) who can assist in providing essential care in these facilities to come forward by contacting the HSE offices or any staff member.