Legan

HOUSEHOLD CHARGE: A meeting will take place on Monday March 5 in the Rustic Inn, Abbeyshrule, to protest against the government’s €100 household charge. The meeting is at 8pm and all are welcome. A petition will be circulated for signing. It will then be handed into local representatives.

HOUSEHOLD CHARGE: A meeting will take place on Monday March 5 in the Rustic Inn, Abbeyshrule, to protest against the government’s €100 household charge. The meeting is at 8pm and all are welcome. A petition will be circulated for signing. It will then be handed into local representatives.

AGM: The annual general meeting of Legan Tidy Towns committee takes place on this Wednesday 29th February at 8pm in GAA Club House. All welcome.

GAA LOTTO: Results of GAA Lotto held on Monday February 20th in Sloweys. Numbers drawn were 3,19,26,29. There was no jackpot winner. Match three winners of 50 euro each were Margo Ward and Frank Cullen. This week’s draw took place in Caseys for a jackpot of 3550 euro.Results next week.

FIRST FRIDAY: This Friday March 2nd is the first Friday of month and Holy Communion calls to the sick and housebound on Thursday and Friday at the usual times.

ENROLMENT: Ballycloghan National School is now enrolling pupils for September 2012. From April this year a homework club will be available for children in the community. To enrol or make enquiries contact 043 6675332 or email ballycns@eircomm.net.

CONGRATULATIONS: We congratulate David Murray on winning a national certificate for creative writing recently. David is a 3rd year student in Ballymahon Vocational School and youngest son of John and Bridie Murray Carne Carrickboy.

SCOR: Well done to all who participated in senior Scor on Saturday night last in Ardagh. While unsuccessful they still performed very well in the face of stiff competition. Those who represented the club were solo singing Catherine Gunshinnan, recitation Patsy Brady, Novelty Act Anne Marie Donohoe, Carmel Nulty John Murray, Padraig Kelly and Colm Ward. Question time Charles Brady Seamus Morris and Padraig Kelly. Well done to all concerned.