Nollaig na mBan lunch for the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland

The club celebrated Nollaig na mBan on January 6th 2019 at the K Club with a fundraising lunch in aid of  the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland with over 85 club members and friends in attendance.

Members and friends had a enjoyable lunch followed by entertainment from poet and writer May Leonard who weaved stories about Christmas in Limerick, train trips to the coast and even Arthur Guinness. She was presented with a framed poem by poet Brendan Kennelly as a thank you from the club.

The event was MC’d by club member Aisling Nolan, and grace was delivered by our first club president Kay Brophy. President Marion Kennelly detailed the history of Nollaig na mBan and about her chosen charity.

President Marion and all club members wish to thank all those who attended, those who sponsored prizes and the event and the K Club for helping make the event so successful.

 

Front: Kay Brophy, Moya Murphy, Marion Kennelly, Mary McInerney, Shirley Dunlop Second : Maura O Leary, Jean Wall, Julie Manzor Third : Aine Brady, Joan Weldmoore, Josephine O Connell Fourth : Hannah Woodburne, Marie Duke, Aisling Nolan
Karen McCarthy, Emer O Brien, Marion Kennelly, Ann Fanning and Caoimhe O Sullivan
Claire, Josephine O Connell, Roma Coonan, Mary Pierce, Sorcha, Marie, Mary Goodman, Dara Buckley, Carol Rankin, Betty Coffey and Gert Conway
Soroptimists at KClub for fundraising lunch.
Katherine Rooney, Julianne Kennelly, Gaye Carroll, Marion Kennelly, Maria Gillis, Niamh Carroll
Julie Kennelly
Caroline and Catherine Manzor
May Leonard, Aisling Nolan and Geraldine Nolan
Leanne Tracy, Marion Kennelly, Rachel Scallan and Helen Burke
Shelia Tracy, Alice Crotty, Lucy Doyle, Maureen Coghlan and Deirdre Coghlan Murray
Julie Kennelly, Gaye Carroll, Julianne Kennelly and Katherine Rooney
Emer O Brien, Karen McCarthy, Caoimhe O Sullivan and Ann Fanning
Julie Kennelly, Marion Kennelly and Julianne Kennelly
Shirley Dunlop, Audrey Byrne, Marion Kennelly, Maura O Leary and Marie Duke
Brid Donoghue, Olie Coughlan, Therese Lawlor, Carmel Cahir, Deirdre Murray and Marie Frayne