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Glenties Notes on 11th June 2007

On Saturday 2nd June 2007 Teresa Mc Dermott and Philip Boyle were married in the Church of the Holy Family, Edeninfagh.  Fr. Paul Gallagher C.C. Glenties officiated and celebrated Nuptial Mass.  Teresa is a daughter of Danny and Mary Mc Dermott, Meenagrubby, Glenties and Philip is a son of Philip and Rita Boyle, Dooey, Lettermacaward.  Her father gave the bride away and her sisters, Martina Hanlon, Sheila Harold and Ann Marie Hunter and the groom’s sister, Patricia Boyle attended her.  Michael Boyle, brother of the groom was bestman and three friends, Patrick and Daniel Elliott and Patrick Mc Hugh were groomsmen.  Nieces of the bride, Marie Hunter and Tanya Harold were flowergirls and Shane Hunter and Nathan Hanlon, nephews of the bride were pageboys.  Ring bearer was Shane Hunter.  Readings were by Pauline Boyle, sister of the groom and Michael Mc Dermott, brother of the bride.  James and Danny Mc Dermott, brothers of the bride, Ann Marie Mc Ginley, cousin and Ryan Hunter, nephew of the bride and a friend Gillian Foster read Prayers of the Faithful.  The mothers of the bride and groom brought the Gifts to the Altar.  Music and singing was by Joseph O’Donnell.  The reception was held in the Highlands Hotel, Glenties and the honeymoon is being spent in Florida.


Congratulations to Ann Marie and Seamus Hunter, Meenagrubby on the birth recently of their fourth child, a baby brother (Owen) for Ryan, Shane and Marie.  Ann Marie is a daughter of Danny and Mary Mc Dermott, Meenagrubby.


The official opening of the newly refurbished St. Riaghan’s NationalSchool takes place on Friday 15th June 2007 at 11a.m.  Everyone is welcome to attend.


The Car Wash which was due to take place on Saturday 9th June in aid of the proposed children’s public play area in Glenties had to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.  We hope that this fundraising event will take place in the next few weeks.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank members of the public for their support in the past and look forward to their continued support in the future


Congratulations to Emma Mc Hugh, Drimnacrosh and Paul Quinn, Letterkenny who were married in Glenties on Saturday last.


The death took place in Stirling, Scotland on Monday 4th June2007, of Kathleen Travers (nee Mc Guigan, Daraghan) and burial took place in Stirling on Friday 8th June.  She is survived by two daughters, one son and one brother, Edward Mc Guigan, Daraghan to whom sincere sympathy is extended.  Her husband, Joseph, a native of Donegal Town and her daughter Madeline predeceased her, also her brother, Denis, who died in Australia about five years ago.


The Alzheimer Society of Ireland wishes to thank all those people who supported their Coffee Morning in Glenties Day Centre. The amount raised was 273.60 Euro.  Thank you for your support.


The recent collection for the West Coast Cormorants Swimming Club amounted to 675.92 Euro.  Thanks to all who contributed.


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