Drumreilly local news Dec 17

BINGO WINNERS: The following were among the winners at last Friday night's Bingo session in Drumreilly Community Centre:

BINGO WINNERS: The following were among the winners at last Friday night's Bingo session in Drumreilly Community Centre:

Lily O Neill, Carrigallen, Patsy McGovern, Drumhanny, Mary O Rourke, Corlough, Mary McDermott, Mohill, Majella Lynch, Killegorman, Phil McGovern, Drumhanny, Michael McGovern, Crossdrummon, Susan Cumiskey, Mohill, Pauline Smith, Drumury, Pauline Darcy, Aughawillan, Cassie Dolan, Calloughs, Margaret Barry, Killegorman, Anna Maxwell, Carrickmakeegan, Mary O Rourke, Corlough, Alice Shields, Ballinamore, Kay Kilgallen, Aughakiltubrid, Geraldine Prior, Ballinamore, Lucy Dolan, Aughnasheelin, Susan Cumiskey, Mohill, Tony Galligan, Killeshandra, Mary Gaffney, Corrala, Geraldine Dolan, Aughnasheelin, Tommy Mulligan, Aughavas, Margaret Honeyman, Tullyoscar, Brigid Smith, Mahana, Debbie Keaney, Aughacashel, Tommy Cassidy, Drumgowna, Anne Masterson, Ardra, D. Dowling, Longford, Molly Prior, Lisacarn, Rose Smith, Drumury. Bingo will continue on next Friday December 17th at 8.30 p.m.

GRADUATION

Congratulations to Christopher McCartin, son of Christy and Patricia McCartin, Carrickmakeegan on graduating on Monday December 6th from University College, Dublin with a Joint Major B.A. Honours in History and Politics. Christopher is currently studying his Masters at Queen's University, Belfast. Go neir go geal leis.

SYMPATHY

Sympathy is extended to the Donegan family, Drumcoura and to the McCormack family members on the death of Irene's father the late Mr. Barney McCormack, Mahanagh, Drumshanbo. His funeral took place on Sunday last following Requiem Mass in St. Patrick's Church, Drumshanbo to the adjoining cemetery. Go ndana Dia trcaire ar a anam.

FUNDRAISER

The Taste of Christmas Cooking demonstration was conducted by Chef Frank Moynihan in Drumreilly Community Centre on Wednesday December. Organisers the fundraiser Noel and Christina Connolly, Crickeen wish to thank sincerely Mr. Moynihan, all who sold and bought tickets, all who paid at the door, and all who helped on the night. The final details of the proceeds, which are in aid of the Children's Medical and Research Foundation Our Lady's Hospital, Crumlin, will be published later.

ACTIVE AGE

Thirty five were seated at our annual Christmas Dinner on last Saturday night. The first of the Christmas wreaths for Bthar went on sale on last Friday and Saturday. Further wreaths will be made at this Wednesday's meeting. You are asked to bring along some berried holly and other suitable evergreens. The wreaths will be on sale on Friday at the Bingo and Bazaar, after Mass on Saturday, and you can also purchase by contacting any of the Active Age members. We say "S bhr mbeatha abhaile!" to Riny and Antoon following their enjoyable holiday in Australia.

BAZAAR

The bad weather for two weeks in succession upset plans to hold the 41st annual Bazaar. Hopefully Mother Nature will oblige on next Friday night following the Bingo session and also on Sunday night. In anticipation of your continued support the Committee members ask you to come as early as possible. Any upset of plans will be announced on Friday on Shannon-side/ Northern Sound. We depend on the usual loyalty of the ticket sellers. Donations will be much welcomed.