Parish clean up
There will be a full clean up of the roadsides in the parish of Bornacoola this Saturday April 12th we are looking for lots of volunteers in all townlands and a few people with tractors and trailers to collect the bags and bring them to the designated disposal area. It is hoped that all organizations within the parish will get together for this venture. Bring along your high vis jacket if you haven’t one we will have one for you, bags, gloves and pickers will be supplied. Meet at gaa car park at 10am and the whole job should be over in two hours. For further details contact Noel McCluskey on 0876454317.
Four weeks and counting and everything is coming together nicely. The grass is cut and fingers crossed for our fifth year rain free. The line-up for the day so far will include: 5km Fun Run, Farmyard in the Schoolyard, Kids Tractor Rally, Puppet Show, Dromod’s Cube, Kids Dog Show, along with the old familiars: Super Slide, Bouncy Castle, Bungee Run, Rodeo Bull, Face painting, Irish Dancing, Schools Art Competition, Cake Sale and Refreshments. Previous cake sales have been brilliantly supported both by bakers and hungry tummies alike and we are again inviting all residents to bake some cakes and buns to sell on the day. The Festival Committee would again greatly appreciate the help of volunteers on the day. This will involve helping to supervise the different field activities, setting up tables, chairs and artwork in the marquee and also marshalling the fun run. We’re still very interested to hear from any individuals, groups or organisations who could further add to the success of the day. Please contact us on 08799 72439. Fundraising is now in progress and we hope to get the same generosity and support as in previous years. We look forward to your support and will keep you updated.
We send our congratulations to Miss Susan Shanley, Cloonboney and Mr Owen Atkinson, who hails from Dublin, but now lives in the locality, the happy couple were married in St Joseph’s Church, Cloonturk on Saturday last with their reception afterwards at Mount Druid, Castletowngeoghan, Co Westmeath. We wish you health and happiness for the future.
There will be a monster bingo session in the Kilglass GAA Clubhouse on Sunday next, April 13, starting at 3pm.
We would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of the late Josephine McNulty, Clooneagh who passed away on Saturday last at Arus Carolan, Nursing Home, Mohill. Josephine was laid to rest in Cloonmorris cemetery on Monday last. May she rest in peace.
There will be a Scout Leader meeting in Kilglass GAA Clubhouse on Wednesday night, 9th April at 8pm. All adults must attend if Scouts is to go ahead in the area. Contact Bryan McLoughlin at 086 4107 196 if you need any information.
Mohill & District Historical & Heritage Society present a talk by local Author Fiona Slevin on ‘Lord Leitrim and the Women in his Life’ in the Canon Donohue Hall, Mohill, Co Leitrim on Friday April 11th 2014 at 8pm. Cost €5 ;
We would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of the late Paddy Beirne, Corrick, Aughamore who passed away on Saturday last at Sligo General Hospital. Paddy was laid to rest in Annaduff cemetery yesterday, (Tuesday). May he rest in peace.
A note to hand to let you know that there will be beginner Line Dancing classes in St Mary’s Hall, Carrick-on-Shannon every Thursday night from 8pm - 9pm. Everybody welcome.
We would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of the late Kathleen McLoughlin, nee Muldoon, Corrabarrick, Keshcarrigan who passed away on Sunday last at Sligo General Hospital. Kathleen was laid to rest in Fenagh cemetery on Tuesday last. May she rest in peace.
Bornacoola hosted close neighbours Annaduff on Saturday evening last in the Shield, on this occasion the visitors proved the stronger and came out winners on a scoreline of Bornacoola 0-6 Annaduff 1-8. The Division 3 game scheduled for Sunday against Aughavas was called off due to the death of Eamon Brady Aughavas. May he rest in peace
At the draw held in McLoughlin’s Bar, Drumsna, there was no Jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were 6, 16, 17, 20. The €50 winner was Breege Bohan, Corrick. The €25 winners were Micheal O’Dowd Jnr., Micheal Reynolds, Mickey McNabola, Patricia Reilly. The next draw takes on Sunday night next in Duignan’s of Drumsna with a Jackpot of 6,800 euro. Annaduff beat Bornacoola by 1-8 to 0-6 in the Shield in Dromod on Saturday. Annaduff lined out as follows: Jim McCormack, Gary Bohan, Chris Farrell, Michael Lynch, James Cox, David Duignan (0-1), Nigel Cox, Matt Cox (1-0), Brendan Lynch (0-1), Kenny Cox (0-2), Conor Reynolds (0-2), Dean Gill, Micheal O’Dowd, Cathal Cox, Daniel Duignan. Subs: Eoin Gill (for M. O’Dowd), Colm Cox (0-2) (for D. Gill), James Riordan (for Daniel Duignan).
We would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of the late Eamon Brady, Corroneary, Aughavas who passed away on Sunday last at the North West Hospice Sligo. Eamonn will be laid to rest in Aughavas cemetery today, Wednesday following 12 noon Mass in St Joseph’s Church, Aughavas. May she rest in peace.
A note to hand to let you know that Karate lessons continue in Bornacoola Community Centre every Monday night from 7-8pm kids and adult lessons everyone welcome contact 0879804138 or 0876228031 for details
The Parish of Killenummery and Killery invites you to celebrate Easter with a Dawn Mass at Creevela Abbey. Holy Mass will be celebrated at Creevela Abbey at 6am on Easter Sunday morning.
We send birthday greetings to a some locals who had their birthdays recently, firstly to my sister, Veronica Woods, Drumkeeran who had her birthday yesterday, next to Mary Reynolds, Clooncolry who had her birthday on Thursday last, sharing it with Bornacoola GAA P.R.O. Feargal McGill, next to Orla Reynolds, Clooncolry who had her birthday yesterday sharing it with Daran Conboy, Cloonboney and finally to Sarah Hackett, Liscloonadea who has her birthday today, Wednesday. We wish you health and happiness for the future.