Front page news on the September issue is the announcement that Sneem is getting a new doctor after a successful campaign by the community. Also featured are the new kids attending local schools. The newsletter contains an appeal from Sneem Community Creche for support in continuing due to a drop in numbers of young children in our community. There are also reports from Sneem Rowing Club on their season, photos from the Autism Golf Classic held in Beaufort recently and news about what’s happening in the local community during the coming month.
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The July issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board features the celebrations unveiling the memorial to footballing legend John Egan in the South Square on 17th June. There are also report by the Scouts, Rowing Club and local schools. Find out what’s happening in Sneem over the coming month.
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Issue 184 gives details of the upcoming celebrations for the unveiling of the John Egan Memorial in the South Square of Sneem on Saturday 17th June. There are also reports from the Sneem Scouts, the upcoming Sneem Regatta on 18th June and photos from the Sneem JFK 50 Mile Challenge which took place in May.
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SCNB Issue 183 features pictures of Sneem and Tahilla Confirmation and first Holy Communion children on the front page. Inside find local news, updates on the Sneem Summer Festival, Sneem Scouts, Sneem Rowing Club, Sneem GAA and results from the John Egan Memorial Golf Classic and more. There’s Blackwater News and what’s happening locally over the coming month.
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The April issue of the Sneem newsletter contains details of St. Patrick’s Day prizewinners, a report from the newly formed Sneem scouts first camp out, news about the Sneem Parent, Baby and Toddler Group, news from Blackwater and Kenmare Family Resource Centre and details of what’s happening in Sneem over Easter and the following month.
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The March edition of the Sneem Community Notice Board featured what’s happening in Sneem on St. Patrick’s Day. Also a report from St. Michael’s National School and some of the students recent trip to RTE. There are reports from the Rowing Club, updates from Sneem GAA on the John Egan Memorial fundraising.
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Issue 180 of the Sneem Community Notice Board (February issue) features photos from the Tahilla Ladies Club Biddy Ball and the Mock Wedding, both of which were huge successes. There’s news from both Tahilla and Sneem National Schools and from recent AGMs held by Sneem Rowing Club, Sneem Festivals and Sneem GAA. There’s also details of the new Scouting Groups starting in early March.
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The January issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board features the upcoming Mock Wedding in aid of job creation in Sneem Enterprise Centre. Notice is given of upcoming AGMs and events including couch to 5K, Kidz Club, new Scouts starting up in Sneem, Tahilla National School news, photos from Coomanassig Day Care Centre Dinner, Blackwater/Templenoe news.
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The Christmas edition of the Sneem Community Notice Board features the pupils of St. Michael’s National School on the front cover participating in the Goal Mile. Inside they also feature with the Tom Markham Cup and Kerry Minor players who visited the school before they break for the holidays. Details of what’s happening in Sneem over the Christmas and New Year make this newsletter essential reading.
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The October edition of Sneem Community Notice Board issue 175 features the Gold medal winners of the Supervalu Tidy Towns Competition on the front page. This bumper edition has news of the recent big GAA Lotto draw, the programme for the upcoming Sneem Storytelling Festival and what’s happening in the village for Halloween. There’s news of a Falconry conference coming to Sneem in November, the Christmas Shoebox appeal and new this month, a Writer’s Corner featuring poetry from Pam Muller.
Issue 167 features the upcoming An Post Rás cycle race on the front page. Sneem will be hosting the stage 4 finish on Wednesday 25th May. There are photos and a report on the John Egan Memorial Fund launch which took place on 10th April in Reardan’s Bar in Cork city. Also included are photos of recent events including Caherdaniel Holy Communion.
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SCNB Issue 166 features the Sneem/Derrynane U10s and U12s who travelled to Croke Park on 31st March to play in the U12 Blitz on the front cover. There’s a report on the Sneem Spring Clean which took place on the 2nd and 3rd April. There are details of the upcoming memorial to remember Kerry GAA legend John Egan which takes place in Reardon’s Bar in Cork city on Sunday 10th April. There are photographs from the recent World and European Irish Dancing Championships held in Brighton and from the Tahilla Ladies Club Spring Dance.
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Issue 164 featured the Sneem/Derrynane team who will be competing in the Munster Junior B Football Championship final. Also featured in this issue are the plans for the Sneem St. Patrick’s Day parade and a 1916 Rising Quiz. There’s news from St. Michael’s National School including photos of the older classes visit to UCC.
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Sneem Community Notice Board Issue 163 features Sneem/Derrynane gaelic football team who won against Moyvane and are now into the semi-finals which will take place in Knockaderry on 21st February. Congratulations are also extended to the Templenoe team who won the All-Ireland Junior Football Championships in Croke Park.
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Sneem Community Notice Board Issue 162 features the wedding of Grace Riney and John Damien O’Sullivan which took place in Rome on the front cover. Conditions for use of the new walking track in the GAA field are laid out and annual renewal forms for the GAA lotto can be found on the back page. There is great news of 7 new jobs starting as a result of the efforts of the Sneem EC group along with other jobs available in the village.
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Sneem Community Notice Board Issue 161 shares news of upcoming events for the Christmas and New Year period and features photos of local children visiting Santa’s Grotto at the Sneem Christmas Fair. There are reports from St. Michael’s National School and Tahilla School and a review of “The Beauty Queen of Leenane” in the Carnegie.
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Sneem Community Notice Board Issue 160 shares news of upcoming events for the Christmas season, a report on the recent Sneem Storytelling Festival, and an update from Sneem Walking Club.
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Sneem Community Notice Board Issue 159 features the upcoming Sneem Storytelling Festival, a review of “The Lobster” which opened in cinemas recently, updates from Tidy Towns, Kidz Club and Sneem Walking Club. The local newsletter is currently being published monthly. Next edition will be out on 19th November. Contributions can be sent to email@example.com.