Glenties Community Action Group::
“We wish to sincerely thank everyone who played a part in our recent successful Harvest Fair Festival. To all our sponsors, local businesses, stall holders, craftspeople and farmers, who helped create such a great atmosphere, a heartfelt thank you also to the local Gardaí, and County Council Personnel, for the road closures and street cleaning. A special thank you to all those who entered floats in the parade an helped with the Wild West Theme, and to all our musicians and entertainers thank you also. Finally to all the people of Glenties and beyond who turned out in such number and created such a buzz, thank you for your support and appreciation. We now turn our attention to our Halloween Weekend on the October Bank Holiday weekend, and hope for similar success and crowds as we saw at the Harvest Fair. Thank you to everyone again.”
Annual Church Gate Collection:
The Friends of Letterkenny General Hospital will hold their Annual Church Gate Collection on next weekend Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th October.
The Sacrament of Confirmation will be administered in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties, on Sunday 15th March 2015 at 11.00 a.m.
Glenties Community Centre:
Bingo held in Glenties Community Centre every Tuesday Night at 9 p.m.
Snooker room is open Monday to Friday from 4pm to 10pm. Saturday, Sunday 10 a.m to 10 p.m.
Tai Chi every Wednesday night 8pm -9.30pm.
New CE Scheme:
New CE scheme started on 22nd September 2014, any one willing to start contact 087 9695053 for more details. FAS criteria apply.
Bowls every Monday night.
Drama Classes begins 6th November 2014.
The Collection for the Irish Heart Foundation, taken up in Edeninfagh, last Sunday, amounted to € 85.00. Thanks to all who subscribed.
The winners at the Bingo in the Community Centre Glenties on Tuesday 30th September were – € 25 Winners – Kay Gallagher, Nora Gallagher, Bid Fletcher, Ann Byrne, Philomena Mc Callig and Molly Harkin; € 50 Winners – Roisin Harkin, Mary Gazley, Mary Mc Cauley, Molly Harkin, Josie Martin, Sonny Mc Dyer, Ann Mc Hugh, Rosemary Whelan, Carmel Fitzgerald and Ann Quinn; € 100 Winners – Cissie Meehan, Rose Byrne, Breege Roarty, Rose Boyle, Cathy Connell, Tara Gallagher, Eileen Gallagher, Breid Gallagher and Mary Gough; € 300 Winner – Bridget Mc Ginley.
Sunday 19th October is Mission Sunday, organised each year by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Our spiritual and material offerings are crucial for the continued work of missionaries throughout the world. There will be a 2nd Envelope Collection for Mission Sunday. The total raised in the Collection will be sent in its entirety to support mission projects worldwide.
Message from World Missions Ireland:
The Theme for Mission Sunday in Ireland this year is ‘That they may have life’ life in all its richness and dignity; The richness of knowing the Gospel and Jesus Christ, and the dignity of having food to eat, a roof to sleep under, and work to go to. Through their work, our missionaries strive to make all this a reality for the people they serve. We are invited to reflect on our call to bring Christ to others, while remembering to pray and to assist the young churches that they may have the spiritual and financial resources to grow and in turn announce the Good News. For further information on the world of the Propagation of the Faith see the website www.wmi.ie.
CE Positions available at the Dolmen Centre Kilclooney. – Vacancies are 5 General workers at the Dolmen Centre and 2 Day Care Assistants required in Glenties. Contact Stephen at the Dolmen Centre on 074 9545010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. DSP Criteria Applies.