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Glenties Notes on 4th June 2007

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Congratulations to all the students in St. Columba’s Comprehensive School, Glenties who received awards at their annual Presentation Dance in the Highlands Hotel on Friday 25th May 2007, especially Claire Reid, Tullyard Road, Glenties and Ciaran Boyle, Glen Road, Glenties who got the ‘Student of the Year’ awards.

Congratulations also to the Transition Year Students who raised 2,700 Euro for the Children of Peru.

 

The annual Cake, Book and Video Sale in aid of the 6th Class Activity Tour will be held in the Community Centre, Glenties on Saturday evening 16th June after 7.30p.m. Mass.  Your support is greatly appreciated.  Donations of cakes, books and videos are very welcome.

 

The Corpus Christi Procession is a continuation of the Celebration of the Eucharist.  Immediately after Mass, the Sacred Host, consecrated during the Mass, is borne out of the Church to allow the Christian faithful to “make public profession of faith and worship of the Most Blessed Sacrament”.  At the end of the 11.00a.m. Mass on Sunday 10th June we will process from the Church to the Grotto for Benediction (weather permitting).  The people who are usually involved in the carrying of the canopy are asked to make themselves available, as well as those who usually steward the procession.  The First Holy Communion Children are invited to walk in the Procession in their First Holy Communion Dress.

 

Congratulations to Teresa Mc Dermott, Meenagrubby and Philip Boyle, Dooey, who were married in Edeninfagh on Saturday last.

 

The annual registration of children who wish to attend Preschool / Afterschool for new term ~September ’07 ~ June ’08 will take place on Friday 8th June at 8 o’clock in the Pre-school Building.  Parents who wish to enrol their child / children must attend on that evening to secure a place for their child and must bring their child / children’s immunisation record card with them. A registration fee of 20 Euro per family is also payable on the evening. 

 

A carwash is being held in aid of GlentiesFunPark / Playground on Saturday 9th June at Lower Main Street Glenties from 10.00a.m. Your continued support for this much needed facility for our community is very much appreciated.  Any volunteers willing to help wash cars for 1 hour on this day would also be welcome.  If you can help please contact Martin on 086-8656312 before Friday 8th June.

Glenties Notes on 28th May 2007

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The marriage of David Molloy and Michelle Delaney took place in Claremoris on Saturday 19th May 2007.  Monsignor John Delaney officiated and celebrated Nuptial Mass.  David is a son of Pat and Patricia Molloy, Mill road, Glenties and Michelle is a daughter of Peter and Mary Delaney, Claremoris.  Her parents gave the bride away and her sisters, Joyce, Carla and Petrina Delaney, friends, Stephanie Kennedy and Emily Bonner attended her.  A friend of the groom, Hugh Breslin was bestman.  Friends, Charlie Boyle and Philip Gallagher, cousin, Barry Keeney and nephew Jamie Molloy were groomsmen.  Ellie Delaney and Katie Muldoon were flowergirls.  Ushers were Patrick and James Molloy, nephews of the groom.  Readings were by Tommy Higgins and Deirdre Delaney.  Darragh Delaney, Vincent Cranley, Mary Mitchell, Sharon Kelly, Catriona Cunningham and Camilla Molloy read Prayers of the Faithful.  Mary Delaney and Patricia Molloy, mothers of the bride and groom brought the Gifts to the Altar.  A Reflection was read by David Muldoon.  Music and singing was by Annette Griffin.  The reception was held in Knockranney House Hotel, Westport and the honeymoon is being spent in Las Vegas.

 

Congratulations to the boys and girls who received their First Holy Communion in St. Colmcille’s Church, Fintown on Sunday 13th May 2007.  They were ~ Finnuala Doherty, Sarah long, Tara Mc Kelvey, Stephen Mc Glynn, Ronan O’Donnell, Francis Mc Devitt, Orán Mc Devitt, Liam Mc Gurk, Eilish Mc Devitt, Denis Quinn, Séan Furey and Sinéad Mc Devitt.

 

The death took place on Friday 25th May 2007 in Strangriff Nursing Home, Stranorlar of Philomena Cannon (nee Routledge), Main St. Glenties.  Her remains were brought to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Saturday evening.  Requiem Mass was celebrated on Sunday at 12 Noon by Fr. Paul Gallagher C.C. Glenties.  Burial took place afterwards in the New Graveyard.  Sincere sympathy is extended to her nieces, Rosaleen, Joan and Marie, to her relatives in the USA and to all her relatives and friends.  Her husband Charlie predeceased her in 1992.  Her brothers James, Paddy, Charlie, John and Freddie, sisters, Mary Kate, Emily and Tessie also predeceased her.  Philomena was the last surviving member of the family of Paddy and Susanna Routledge, Main Street, Glenties and would have been 95 years old in July.  She enjoyed good health until quite recently and spent all her life in Glenties except for the last few years, when she was in hospital.

Glenties Notes on 14th May 2007

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Congratulations to the boys and girls from Scoil Mhuire, St. Riaghan’s NationalSchool, Drimnacrosh and KilkennyNationalSchool who received their First Holy Communion in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Saturday 5th May 2007.  They were ~ Scoil Mhuire- Olive Agnew, Ryan Boyle, Tony Byrne, Danielle Boyle, Paul Molloy, Carlos Mullen, Caoimhe Molloy, Daniel Mc Loone, Deirbhile Ward, Charlie Mc Donnell, Logan Quinn, Ryan Craig, Jack Flannery, Paul Mc Guinness, Amy Mc Grath, Tamara Roarty, Dylan Lynch, Eoghan Mc Gettigan and Caitlin Kingham.  KilkennyNS – Martin Mc Dyer and David Moore.  St. Riaghan’s NS – Evana Byrne, Kirsty Mc Dyer, Kieran Gallagher, Leon Shovlin, Manus Mc Dyer, Clare Mc Geehan and Jamie Toland.  Congratulations also to the three children from Edeninfagh NS who received their First Holy Communion in The Church of the Holy Family, Edeninfagh on Sunday 6th May 2007 ~ Stella Greene, Jonathan Campbell and Ryan Hunter.

 

On Saturday 5th May 2007 Kathleen Gallagher and Declan Alcorn were married in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties.  Fr. Pat Prendergast officiated and celebrated Nuptial Mass.  Kathleen is a daughter of Phil and Nora Gallagher, Buncrubog, Glenties and Declan is a son of John and May Alcorn, Milford.  Her father gave the bride away and her sisters, Carol and Breeda Gallagher were her bridesmaids.  Damien Alcorn, brother of the groom was bestman and brother of the bride, Philip Gallagher was groomsman.  Ruth and Cathal Byrne, niece and nephew of the bride were flowergirl and pageboy.  Readings were by Laura Gallagher, niece of the bride and Mathew Alcorn, cousin of the groom.  Paul Quinn, Jason Gallagher and Seamus Mc Devitt, nephews of the bride read Prayers of the Faithful.  Both mothers brought the Gifts to the Altar.  Music and singing was by Amanda Mc Guigan, Siobhan Browne, Ann Quinn and John F. O’Donnell.  Sinead Mc Devitt, niece of the bride presented a horseshoe to the bride after the signing of the register.  Conor Quinn and Michael Mc Devitt, nephews of the bride were the Altar Servers.  The reception was held in the Blue Haven and the honeymoon is being spent in Miami.

 

Congratulations to Nabla Mc Loone, Cornagrilla, Glenties and John Mc Auley who were married in The Church of the Holy Family, Edeninfagh on Saturday last.

 

The death took place in London on Friday 4th May 2007 of Peter Brennan, husband of May Hegarty, Main St. Glenties.  His remains were brought to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Friday 11th May.  Fr. Paul Gallagher C.C. Glenties celebrated Requiem Mass on Saturday at 12 noon.  Music and singing was by John F. O’Donnell, Ann Bonner and Christine Mc Cool.  Burial took place afterwards in the New Graveyard.  Peter was a native of Dublin but spent most of his life in England.  He and May came back to Glenties for a number of years to look after May’s parents, James and Cissie before they died, and later returned to London.  Peter is survived by his wife May, brother, Bernard and sister, Ann, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends to whom sincere sympathy is extended.

 

A Fiddle & Dance Workshop with the Campbells, Connie Mc Kelvey and Ann Connaghan will be held in the Highlands Hotel, Glenties next Saturday 19th May.  Fiddle Class ~ 10a.m.  Dance Workshop ~ 2p.m.  Classes – 10 Euro. 

 

An Old Time Dance will be held in Edeninfagh Hall on Saturday evening 19th May at 9p.m.  Music is by ‘The Campbells’ and Friends.  Admission is 5 Euro and refreshments will be served. These events are hosted by Cairdeas na bhFidiléiri.  Enquiries to Rab Cherry – 086 3409019.

 

Many thanks to all those who contributed so generously to the collection for the Kenya Schools Project held at the Grotto and elsewhere in the town on Saturday 5th May.  A very good sum was raised to contribute to the work of the overcrowded MaweniPrimary School in the slums of Mombasa, and to sending a local volunteer to work there this summer.  Thank you again.

Glenties Notes on 30th April 2007

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Congratulations to the boys and girls who received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Bishop Philip Boyce in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Sunday last.

 

Congratulations to Brian Campbell, Glen Road, Glenties and Patricia Earley who were married in Kilbride on Saturday last.

 

Congratulations to Timmy and Mairead Groarke and Daniel Darcy who graduated on Thursday 26th April 2007 from TemplemoreGardaCollege.  All three are grandchildren of Sadie Sweeney, Glen Road and the late Danny Sweeney, Main St. Glenties.

 

Enrolment Day takes place on Wednesday 9th May 2007 for children wishing to attend St. Riaghan’s NS Drimnacrosh in September 2007.  Children are asked to attend with their parents from 11.15a.m. to 1p.m.  It is important that parents bring their child’s Birth Certificate and P.P.S. Number with them on the day and also a small packed lunch for their child, as they will have the opportunity to sample “School Life” while parents meet with the Principal.  Anyone requiring further information can telephone the school at 9551591.

 

Enrolment Day for children wishing to attend Scoil Mhuire in September 2007 will be held on Wednesday 16th May at 1.00p.m.  Parents are asked to bring their child’s Birth Certificate and P.P.S. number with them on the day.  For further information ring the school at 9551521.

Glenties Notes on 23rd April 2007

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On Saturday 14th April 2007 John Mc Closkey and Avril Finnerty were married in St. Conal’s Church, Kilclooney.  Fr. Philip Daly, Kilclooney, assisted by Fr. Pat Prendergast, Glenties and Fr. John Moore, friend of the bride officiated and concelebrated Nuptial Mass.  John is a son of Zeta and the late Seamus Mc Closkey Main Street, Glenties and Avril is a daughter of Tony and Patricia Finnerty, Kilclooney.  Her father gave the bride away and her sisters, Anita, Niamh & Emma Finnerty and Edel Davies attended her.  Joseph Mc Closkey, brother of the groom was bestman and two other brothers, Conor and Donal and a friend Brendan Mc Dyer were groomsmen.  Alana Mc Nelis, niece of the groom was a flowergirl and Karl Finnerty, nephew of the bride was a pageboy.  Readings were by Mary Mc Nelis, sister of the groom and Patrick Finnerty, brother of the bride.  Prayers of the Faithful were read by Niamh and Emma Finnerty, Edel Davies, Conor Mc Closkey and Brendan Mc Dyer.  Zeta and Patricia, mothers of the bride and groom brought the Gifts to the Altar.  Therese Campbell was the soloist.  She was accompanied by her niece, Lorna Campbell on the flute and Leonard Dorrian on the organ.  The reception was held in Harvey’s Point, Lough Eske and the honeymoon is being spent in The Moldives and Dubai.

 

Congratulations to the Donegal Team who won the National League Final on Sunday last in CrokePark, especially our local lads who were involved, Paddy, Thomas, Leon, Johnny and Anthony.

 

Congratulations to Martin Gallagher, Church Road, Glenties on his appointment to Ógra Fianna Fail National Executive.

 

The death took place in LetterkennyHospital on Tuesday 17th April 2007 of Bridget Kelly (nee Mc Loone), Narin Road, Glenties.  Her remains were brought to her home on Wednesday and to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Thursday evening.  Requiem Mass was celebrated on Friday morning at 11.00a.m. by Fr. Pat Prendergast P.P. Glenties.  Readings were by her sons, Michael and Seamus.  Her daughter Maura, granddaughter, Sarah, daughters-in-law, Susan and Christine read Prayers of the Faithful.  Maura and granddaughters, Emma and Sarah brought the Gifts to the Altar.  Music was by Sr. Immaculata on the organ.  Burial took place in the New Graveyard.  Bridget is survived by her husband, Johnny, Narin Road, sons, Michael and Seamus, daughter Maura in  England, brother, Francie, Narin Road, sisters, Ann and Mary, Maas, Glenties, Margaret, South Africa and Winnie in Canada, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, in-laws, other relatives and friends to whom sincere sympathy is extended.  She was predeceased by her brother, Barney Mc Loone some years ago.  Bridget and her husband Johnny spent most of their lives in England before returning to their native land eighteen years ago.

 

Sincere sympathy is extended to Hugh Kennedy and family, Letterilly, Glenties on the death last week in Sligo Hospital of Hugh’s brother, Paddy, Dunkineely, (formerly Letterilly); also to all the other relatives and friends.

 

Next Sunday 29th April, children from 5th & 6th Classes will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation from Bishop Philip Boyce in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties at 11.00a.m.

 

Ch
ildren from Drimnacrosh, Kilkenny and ScoilMhuireNationalSchools will receive their First Holy Communion in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Saturday 5th May at 11.00a.m. Mass.

Children from EdeninfaghN.S. will receive their First Holy Communion on Sunday 6th May at 9.30a.m. Mass.

 

There will be fundraising activities in the town in the next two weeks on behalf of the Kenya School Project at MaweniPrimary School, Mombasa, Kenya.  MaweniSchool is in a very poor area to the north of Mombasa.  There are about 2000 children taught in classes of up to 110 children per class, and a severe shortage of teachers.  DonalCape from the town is going to spend the summer working in MaweniSchool as a volunteer through the Suas Irish colleges overseas aid programme.  Monies collected from the fundraising will be going toward the cost of his work in the school.  Kindly support this very worthy cause as best you can.

 

The Annual National St. Thérèse Day at Our Lady’s Shrine, Knock on Monday 7th May will celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the Proclamation of St. Thérèse, as Co-Patroness of all Missions and all Missionaries, with – Solemn Concelebrated Mass at 3.00p.m.  Ceremony of the Blessing of the Roses, Veneration and Blessing with the Relics of St. Thérèse.  The Relics are a special gift to the IrishChurch from the Carmelite Sisters in Lisieux. (See poster for more details).

 

Following on last weekend’s workshop ~ a Fiddle & Dance Workshop will be held in the Highlands Hotel on Saturday 19th May.  Fiddle Class ~ 10a.m.  Dance Workshop ~ 2p.m.  Ceilí Dance in Edeninfagh Hall at 9p.m.  Music by The Campbells and Friends. Admission is 5Euro.

 

Participants are wanted for a Community Employment Scheme starting in Glenties in mid ~ June.  FÁS Community Employment Scheme Eligibility Rules apply.  Contact 074 9551833 or 086 1209524.

Glenties Notes on 16th April 2007

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Fiddle and Dance Classes with the Campbells, Connie Mc Kelvey and Ann Connaghan will be held in the Highlands Hotel, Glenties on Saturday 21st April and Saturday 19th May.  The fiddle classes are from 11am – 1pm and dance classes from 2pm- 4pm.  Classes – 10 Euro. 

 

On Saturday 19th May a Ceili Dance will be held in Edeninfagh Hall from 9pm – 11ish.  Admission is 5Euro.  Music is by The Campbells and Friends.

These events are hosted by Cairdeas na bhFidileiri.  Enquiries to Rab Cherry – 086 3409019.

 

The winners of the Glenties Community Centre Easter Draw were ~ 1st Cormac Logue, 2nd Garreth Morrow, 3rd John Doherty, 4th Teresa Cunningham and 5th Christopher Molloy.  Thanks to everybody who participated in the draw.

 

The new Fire Station at Mill Road, Glenties was officially opened by Minister of State Pat the Cope Gallagher on Friday 13th April 2007.

 

Sincere sympathy is extended to Rosaleen Mc Elhinney, Station Road and James Gallagher, Ard Patrick, Glenties on the death of their brother, Denis Gallagher, Loughros Point, Ardara, which took place last week, also on the deaths of their aunt, Margaret Gallagher and cousin, Jack Gallagher, whose deaths also occurred last week and to all the relatives and friends.

 

Congratulations to John Mc Closkey, Glenties and Avril Finnerty, Kilclooney  who were married in Kilclooney Church, last Saturday.

 

Congratulations to Tara Dooley who graduated from NUI Galway with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Health and Safety Systems.  Tara is a daughter of John and Adele Dooley, Narin Road, Glenties.

 

Congratulations to Rosaleen and Mark Mc Devitt, the Rock, Glenties on the birth recently of their sixth child a little sister (Emma) for Shane, Danielle, Emily, Natalie and Mark.

Glenties Notes on 9th April 2007

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At the last Charlie Daly Fianna Fail Cumann A.G.M. held in Glenties on the 16th February 2007 the issue of the New Health Centre was raised.  Councillor David Alcorn also raised the question at the HSE Board Meeting in Galway on Tuesday 27th March.  The HSE Reply was ~  The HSE recently finalised the purchase of the School House site from the local Parish Council in Glenties for the development of a Primary Care Centre.  The development of a Primary Care Centre was submitted for inclusion in the 2007 – 2011 National Development Plan, however, Glenties Primary Care Centre was not included in the final Plan. 

The proposal will be re-submitted again in 2007 as part of the annual review of the National Development Plan.

 

Next Sunday 15th April is Divine Mercy Sunday.  A bus will depart Glenties at 8.30a.m for Knock for concelebrated Mass and Divine Mercy Devotions.  Anyone interested in travelling to Knock should leave their name in Mc Guinness’ Café, or telephone 9551284. 

 

Congratulations to Sandra and Derek Byrne, Dublin, on the birth recently of their second child, a little brother (Mark) for Daniel.  Derek is a son of Gerry and Bried Byrne, Ard Patrick, Glenties.

 

Congratulations to Rosemary and Tim Dewhirst, Straboy, Glenties on the birth on Holy Thursday 5th April 2007 in Letterkenny Hospital of their second child, a little brother (Ethan John) for Fintan.

 

Playgroup / Afterschool are looking for small and medium sized bicycles and ride on toys, which are safe and are in good condition.  If you have any bikes etc. that your children have outgrown, or are simply not used anymore, we would be delighted to have them.  If you need any further information please contact one of the staff at 9551907.

 

There is Bingo every Tuesday night at 9.00p.m. in the Community Centre, Glenties.  Please support.

 

There will be a meeting of Glenties Parish Council this evening Thursday 12th April in the Community Centre at 9.00p.m.  Everyone is welcome.

 

We invite all Confirmation Children, their Parents and Sponsors to the Service of Light in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Tuesday 17th April at 7.30 p.m.  Confession will take place immediately after the Service.

Confirmation for 5th & 6th Classes is on Sunday 29th April at 11.00a.m.

Glenties Notes on 2nd April 2007

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The amount raised on Daffodil Day in this area amounted to E 3827.19c.  Thanks to all who helped to make it such a success ~ those who contributed, those who collected and those who brought in daffodils.

 

Holy Thursday – Mass of Chrism will be celebrated in St. Eunan’s Cathedral, Letterkenny at 11.00a.m.  All are welcome to attend.

St. Connell’s Church, Glenties – Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7.30p.m.  Good Friday – The Celebration of the Lord’s Passion – 3.00p.m.  Holy Saturday – The Easter Vigil Mass – 9.00p.m.  The 11.00a.m. Mass on Easter Sunday 8th April will be celebrated as the Family Mass, for which the children of the Parish will prepare the Liturgy.

Church of the Holy Family, EdeninfaghHoly Thursday – Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7.30p.m.  Good Friday – The Celebration of the Lord’s Passion – 3.00p.m.  Holy Saturday – The Easter Vigil Mass – 9.00p.m.

 

Please change small coins into E 2 or E 1coins or bank notes, and bring your Trócaire donation in the special Trócaire Envelope provided in your Sunday Envelope Box, dated for Holy Thursday.

 

A Cake Sale, Fun Hour and Coffee Morning will be held in the Community Centre, Glenties on Easter Sunday (after Mass) from 12 noon until 2.00p.m.  The admission is 3 Euro per child for bouncy castle and story telling and 3 Euro per person for coffee morning.  There will be lots of home baked goodies for sale in the Cake Sale.

 

Congratulations to Sandra and Derek Ward, Lucan on the birth recently of their second child, a baby brother, (Mark) for Daniel.

Glenties Notes on 26th March 2007

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Any parent who wishes to enrol their child at EdeninfaghNS for the 2007 / 2008 school year may pick up an Enrolment Form now at the school, or alternatively by contacting the Principal at 9551663.

 

There is a Safe Pass Course starting in Glenties Community Centre on the 17th April at 8.30a.m.  Please phone 086 6033927 to book a place and for more information.

 

The Donegal Mountain Rescue Team is holding a Table Quiz on Good Friday 6th April at 8.00p.m. in the Community Centre, Glenties.  Teams of four – 20 Euro per team.  Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and best junior team.  The Donegal Mountain Rescue Team provides an emergency service to those in difficulty in the remote and extreme terrain of our county.  We are a completely voluntary service, on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, relying mainly on public donations.  Proceeds from this quiz night will help greatly to ensure the continuation of this branch of the emergency services, so come along for a good night’s fun, while supporting this very worthy cause.

 

For reasons of insurance and safety, and following an independent survey by professional foresters, it has become necessary to fell 24 of the trees at the back of the Church.  These trees have reached the end of their life, and rot has set in on some of them.  There is a danger that they could fall in a storm and damage the Church, or injure or kill someone.  It is the legal responsibility of the owner (the Parish in this case) to act on the advice that we have received.  The trees will be replaced by new trees.

 

GAP Tourism would like to invite all past employees of Bord na Mona to the Official Launch of the GAP Walking Trail at the Bord na Mona Site, Kilraine.  This takes place on Thursday 29th March 2007 at 10.00a.m.  Everyone is welcome.

 

The weekend of 30th March – 1st April is a ‘Renewal of Faith Weekend for Youth’ in Falcarragh.  Accommodation is available, free of charge.  For further details contact Fr. Denis Quinn at 9135196.

Glenties Notes on 19th March 2007

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Congratulations to Sharon and John Lynch, Ard Mc Gill, Glenties on the birth recently of their third child, a baby sister (Lara) for Dean and Dylan.

 

Family Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and to The Immaculate Heart of Mary in honour of The Feast of The Annunciation will take place at Knock Shrine on Sunday 25th March.  Rosary is at 2.30p.m. and Mass is at 3.00p.m. followed by Benediction.

 

The Diocesan Agency for Marriage and The Family ~ Accord ~ is looking for group workers for its Marriage Education Services.  For further information contact Accord, The Diamond, DonegalTown, at 9723944, or email donegalaccord@eircom.net .

 

A Swimming Pool in Portnoo, When? A meeting will take place in the Dolmen Centre, Kilclooney on Monday 26th March, where this question will be put to Local Representatives, TDs, and CountyCouncillors, who will be attending.  Everyone is invited to attend to show that the support, and the need, for a swimming pool in the area, is strong. 

 

Scoil Mhuire’s annual Book Fair takes place this week from Tuesday 20th ~ Friday 23rd March.  It will open every evening from 3.00p.m.~ 4.30p.m. with a late opening on Thursday until 6.00p.m.

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