Mullahoran local news Jan 28

Mrs Margaret Mahon: The death occurred peacefully at the residence of her daughter, Mary & Connie Brennan, Kilcogy, on Friday last of Margaret Mahon formerly of Legaweel, Ballinagh, in her 98th year.

Mrs Margaret Mahon: The death occurred peacefully at the residence of her daughter, Mary & Connie Brennan, Kilcogy, on Friday last of Margaret Mahon formerly of Legaweel, Ballinagh, in her 98th year.

Formerly Brady from Corduff deceased was deeply religious and was a highly respected and unassuming lady who lived for her family being widowed when the eldest of her three children was only seven.

The funeral took place following requiem Mass in St. Michael's Church, Potahee on Sunday to Ballinagh cemetery. We extend our sincere sympathy to her daughter Mary and all the Brennan family ,also to her daughter Nell and son Sean, grandchildren and members of the extended family circle.

Recent deaths

Sympathy is extended to Gerry Brady, Loughdavin & Brian Brady, Corfree on the death of their mother Mrs Agnes Brady, Corfree recently, also to her granddaughter Deirdre & Pauric Brady, Corfree.

To Mrs Kathleen Gavin, Cavan Rd., Ballinagh on the death of her sister Mrs Mary Ellen (Cissy) Reilly, Corduff recently.

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Family Tree

Healing Mass in Kilnacrott Abbey on Friday 28th January at 8 pm. Holy water, oil and salt will be blessed, celebrant Fr. Kevin Smith. Everyone welcome.

Flu

Many locals are suffering a severe dose of flu at present and in some cases swine flu is suspected. This seems to put a lie to the idea that a good hard frost kills most of the winter germs!

Uni-Slim

Classes continue each Monday night in Granard Town Hall 6.30 -7.30 pm. Why not come along and lose those extra pounds after the Christmas escesses and get in shape for Spring.

GFC Lotto

Draw took place in The Hideaway, Cloncovid on Tuesday 18th January. Jackpot e2,300. No's drawn 6-16-24-26. There was no jackpot winner. Consolation prizes: e100.00 Chloe O'Reilly, Drumhowna, Loughduff, Co. Cavan e25.00 Jackie O'Reilly, Loughduff e25.00 Carricknabrick, e25.00 Briggita Sheridan, Drumalee. e25.00 The Sheridan girls, Ballytrust.

Dinner dance Dinner Dance for Ladies and Gents on Friday week 28th January at 8.00p.m. Tickets are e25.00 each. Make sure to get your tickets early from any member of either Club. It's sure to be a great night.

Bereavement Care

For those who are finding it hard to cope with the death of a loved one there is a free and confidential service available. Trained Bereavement Support volunteers are available for private sessions in various locations in Cavan, Monaghan, Leitrim & Fermanagh. Phone 049.4371363 for an appointment.

Enrolment

Cnoc Mhuire Secondary School Granard - Enrolment for Aept 2011 on Wednesday 26th January at 7 pm – a brief presentation to parents by the school Principal followed by a tour of the school, plus enrolment. Saturday 29th January at 10 am – 12 noon enrolment in school Gym.. More information from the Principal Mrs. Moira Mahon 043.6686231.