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Glenties Notes 22nd April 2010

The winners at the Bingo in the Community Centre, Glenties on Tuesday 13th April were – J.D. Gallagher, Ardara won the Jackpot of € 400. Fiona Gallagher, Julia Molloy, Mary Furey, Ardara, Geraldine Jordan, Inver, Liam Furey, Geraldine Jordan, Inver, Fay Moore, and Nora Mc Hugh won € 100 each. Moya Mc Glynn, Eileen Gallagher, Main St. Breid Gallagher, Peggy Molloy, Fintown, Ann Mc Hugh, Glengesh, Ardara, May Kennedy, Kilraine, Maureen Gildea, Glenties, Vera Breslin, Glenties, Barbara Quigley, Dunkineely, Margaret Gillespie, Bridie Doherty and Fay Moore won € 50 each.

The organisers of the Table Quiz in aid of The Mountain Rescue, which took place at the Glen Tavern on Friday 9th April, wish to thank everyone who took part in the Quiz and gave donations. We also wish to thank the Sponsors of the Draw – John Molloy, Construction, The Cope, Conal Mc Loone (Butcher), Naomh Chonaill Club, Margaret Flannery and The Glen Tavern. The total collected was € 640.

Sincere sympathy is extended to the wife, family, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends of John Mc Dyer, formerly of Kilraine, Glenties who died in Wales last week.
He was a brother of the late Columba Mc Dyer and was married to Grainne (nee Mc Gettigan, Straboy, Glenties).

Mary Mullane
The death took place in Letterkenny Hospital on Wednesday 14th April 2010 of Mary Mullane, Mullantyboyle, sister of Mathew Mannering, Gortlosk, Glenties. Her remains were brought to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Friday evening. Fr. Pat Prendergast celebrated Requiem Mass on Saturday morning. Members of the Mannering family did the Readings, Prayers of the Faithful and brought the Gifts to the Altar. Music and singing was by John F. O’Donnell and other members of the Mannering family. Burial took place in the New Graveyard. Mary is survived by her brother, Mathew, sister-in-law, Rose, nieces, nephews, grandnieces / nephews, great grandnieces / nephews, other relatives and friends to whom sincere sympathy is extended. Originally from Scotland, Mary came to live in Mullantyboyle in the mid 70s after she retired from teaching. She lived there until she moved to her brother’s home in Gortlosk in recent years.


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