Second Sunday of Easter, April 19, 2009

Supported Employment
Supported Employment is an initiative that enables and empowers people with disabilities to be employed in paid jobs in the open labour market.It is a free and confidential service to both employers and employees. We can help all candidates throughout County Kilkenny who are over eighteen years of age and have a disability for example; Intellectual, Mental Health, Physical, Sensory or Hidden.We offer a wide range of services to our candidates for example; • Support with career planning, CV preparation and interview experience.• Sourcing of suitable employment to match your skills and abilities.• Advice and support to assist you in preparing for work.• On the job support.• Assistance in becoming part of the regular workforce and enjoying social and financial advantages.We also facilitate employers with:• Assessing your recruitment needs.• Providing you with suitable employees to fill your position.• Matching your needs as an employer with the skills, knowledge and experience of suitable candidates.• Providing support, if necessary, with induction, on the job training, evaluation and monitoring.• Providing you with advice and information on relevant grants and schemes.Should you require more information about Supported Employment, or if you would like to avail of the service please see the below contact details. KASES, Unit 1, 3rd Floor, Desart House, New Street, Kilkenny. 056-7772549.

Hoodies and skirts available in various sizes, please contact Collette Doyle (086-8354844) or Mai Murphy (086-3854714).
The Club would to congratulate Sarah Crowley and Deirdre Walsh, who have made the U16 and U14 County Panels.
Training has now commenced. New members always welcome, please contact one of the above numbers.

The course will take place over 5 Tuesday nights, starting April 21. The course is free and offers existing and potential childminders a chance to meet up, have their questions answered and gain useful information. To book a p
lace or get more information please contact Helena on 056-7752865. This course is organised by Kilkenny County Childcare Committee.

Please look after my family today
And be with me as I play with my friends.
Please help children who are hungry
And grown-ups who can’t find a job.
Please take care of people who are sick
And be with those who are lonely.
Please teach me to care for your world,
Your animals, plants and trees.
Please remind me of your love - all the time.

MINISTERS: April 25 (8pm) Anna Walsh (B), Suzanne Halley. April 26 (10am) Bill & Peggy Healy.
ALTAR SOCIETY: April 25 - Margaret Kenny, Margaret Phelan (B).

MINISTER: April 26 - Helen Brennan.
READER: April 26 - Helen Quinn.

Philomena & Pat Dunphy, Ballytarsney;
Margaret Kinsella, Ballincur;
Margaret Connolly, Kilkenny;
Jim & Molly Hearne, Kilnaspic.