The 62nd AGM of the Longford Association in Dublin will take place on Wednesday, November 11 at 8pm in Cassidy’s hotel, Cavendish Row.
Our public pleas for new members over a number of years unfortunately haven’t resulted in a great rush to our door.
There may be (unfounded) fears of entrapment or perhaps some anxiety that there’ll be difficulty in being granted parole once committed! No such thing. Although our requirement for new members remains as great as ever, be not afraid.
Longford people living in the capital are asked to note Wednesday, November 11 and come along to the AGM where a warm welcome will be assured. And if you wish to be involved for only a year or two, that’ll be gratefully accepted and respected. It is not all work either - there is, most of all, the lively social dimension for which the association is famous.
Please ring 087 2595963 beforehand or check our website www.longfordassociationdublin.ie and contact any committee member you may know.
The Association extends sincere condolences to the families, relatives and friends of the following recently deceased: Mrs Mary Lizzie Kilbride, Ballinalee - the late Mary Lizzie was the mother of our good friend, Frank Kilbride of the Park House Hotel, Edgeworthstown; Mike Crowe, Drumlish; Mrs Mary Somers, Foxrock, Co Dublin (nee Burke, Caldra, Newtownforbes); Eamon Kiernan (former publican), Lisnamuck, Longford; Paddy Higgins, former MD of Pat The Baker, Granard; Sean Mulligan, Ballinamuck; Eamon Glennon,
Longford town - the late Eamon was a good friend of the Longford Association; Mary Carberry, Longford town; Mrs Cissie Farrell, Newtowncashel, who sadly died following a road traffic accident and Mrs Bridie Lenahan, Drumlish.
Our compliments to Liam Murtagh, a native of Drumlish, and his coolleagues in BT, who recently organised a Charity Ball in the Castleknock Country Club and Spa in aid of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie charity.
It is a very deserving charity which supports parents of seriously ill children being treated in Our Lady’s Childrens’ hospital in Crumlin. The well-organised event was a credit to everyone involved and resulted in a most enjoyable night by all the patrons.