Kilmore Bowls Club History: Can you name anyone in the pictures?

Philip Skehan, one of our members, is currently researching the history of the Kilmore Bowls Club, which will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2019. Philip would appreciate hearing from anyone who was involved in the club in the past, particularly office bearers, or any families that have recollections of members; also any documents, photographs, memorabilia, or anything else related to the club that may still be in existence.

Kilmore Bowls Club, 9 October 1926
Kilmore Bowls Club, c.1926

Philip has provided us with these two photographs to see if anyone can identify the individuals. If you do recognise anyone then please let us know via email at kilmorehistoricalsociety@gmail.com or message us on our Facebook Page and we can pass the details on to Philip.

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Upcoming Events for 2018

Happy New Year!

We hope that everyone has had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year.

Whilst the Society does not re-open till February 6th, we would just like to provide a reminder of our upcoming meetings and talks when we do.

  • Tuesday, 6 February 2018: Owen Smith – ‘Two Smiths of Carrick’
  • Tuesday, 6 March 2018: Tour of Christ Church Anglican Church, Kilmore
  • Tuesday, 3 April 2018: Graeme Thom – ‘Is DNA useful in family history research?’
  • Tuesday, 1 May 2018: Allan Stute on the Stute Family

Meetings are held at the old Courthouse at 4 Powlett St, Kilmore (unless notified differently) and begin at 7:30 and end at approximately 9 – 9:30, with time for questions and general business.

Supper is served afterwards and all are welcome to participate.