Latest Hub News @ : 29/11/2018 14:22:11
Thursday 29th November 2018 14:22
Supporting Men’s Health / Claudia McClean
The MoFo’s say THANK YOU & to those who wish to stay anonymous with their donations we hope you see this.
Men are notorious for not talking about things. So please get out there and talk to your mates – the ones that are always the bubbliest and looking out for everyone else may need someone to check in with them.
Prostate Cancer is real. Testicular Cancer is real. Mental Health is real. Check yourself and get checked out. Talk to someone. Do not do it alone.
Christmas is a very hard time for people, men and women alike, so spare 15 minutes and check in on your mates and family. Don’t shy away from the “difficult” topics of discussion.
If you would like to donate to Men’s Health: https://moteam.co/the-mo-fo-s-we-are-one?mc=1
Jim Kavanagh R.I.P. (ex ESB Kilkenny) / Brendan Keogh
The death has occured of Jim Kavanagh, (Old Golf Links Road, Newpark, Kilkenny and formerly of Kylemagush, Fenagh, Co. Carlow) 28th November 2018, peacefully, in the wonderful care of Anna and the staff at Archersrath Nursing Home, Jim (ex E.S.B.), beloved father of Margaret, Patricia, Pauline and John, sadly missed by his loving family, brother John, sisters Essie (McLoughlin) and Betty (Mahon), son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren P.J., Federicia, Michael, Ashling and Orla, great-grandson Zeno, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, extended family and friends.
Reposing in Johnston’s Funeral Home, John’s Green, Kilkenny on Thursday (29th Nov.) from 5pm with Funeral Prayers at 6.15pm followed by removal to St. John’s Church. Requiem Mass on Friday at 10.30am. Funeral afterwards to St. Kieran’s Cemetery. House private please. May he rest in peace.
Events & Launches
Like smoking one a day – Fossil fuels , Air Quality and Health – Prof. Luke Clancy /
To highlight the serious issue of air quality and how it impacts health, environment and sustainability will be running a lunch and learn on the 4th of December in Gateway 3 conference room at 12:30pm to 2pm. A light lunch will also be provided before the event begins. For anyone interested in attending in person or joining via skype please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dave Moloney – Retirement /
After many years of dedicated service Dave Moloney is about to hang up his boots & retire.
Dave has always been a true gentleman and will be missed for his banter and good humour. To celebrate his retirement a function will be held in
The Crawford Bar, Anglesea Street, Cork on Friday 4th January 2019 at 8pm
Dave would like to invite his colleagues and friends to join him on 4th January 2019 for a night of reminiscing & craic.