Cancer Support Centre, Multy, midterm camp for children affected/bereaved by cancer will take place on Thursday,20th and Friday, 21st February. This camp is free but there are a limited number of places. For further information or to book please call Audrey on 044 9371971.
We extend our very sincere sympathy to the extended family of the late Lisa Cullen, Lisduff, Edgeworthstown who died following a tragic motor accident outside Longford on last Wednesday, 5th February. Lisa was very well known to many as she was a dancing teacher. She is survived by her grandparents Seán and Mary Cullen, Coolamber, her parents Roseanne and Sam, her partner, James Kiernan, her uncles, Tom Joe Reilly, Lisryan and Tony Cullen, Rathowen, her Aunts, Cait and Pauline and a large extended family and many friends. Lisa’s removal took place from her home to St. Mary’s Church, Edgeworthstown on Friday evening and burial in Ardagh on Sunday afternoon following Mass in Edgeworthstown. May she rest in peace.
The Inny Shamrocks Football Club are bag packing in Buckley’s Super Value, Mullingar on Saturday, 22nd February from 11a.m. to 7p.m. They are raising funds to buy a new football kit for the teams. They need volunteers to help out on the day, so if you can spare an hour or two please contact John 086 8114509, Peter 087 7974395 or Liz 087 3169425 by text with your names and times available or drop into training in the Streete Parish Park on Fridays from 6.00p.m. Thank you for your support.
We thank all who continue to support our Weekly Bingo/Lotto with the main jackpot of £20,000 and our Streete Parish Park Lotto with a jackpot of €3,100. We are still asking for help to sell our envelopes. Any offers or for envelopes please contact 086 2596656 or Alice 086 8130780. We especially thank all who have purchased annual envelopes at €50 to cover the year.
During a brief respite from the recent storms, the weather was almost like spring when the Ramblers visited Newcastle Forest on Sunday February 2nd. The Inny River was very high and fast-moving beside the car park at the start of the walk and there were flooded areas in many nearby fields but the trails in the forest were only muddy in places. During their walk, and later back in the car park for tea and biscuits, the Ramblers encountered several families and small groups out in the forest making the most of the fine weather.
Oliver Usher will lead the Ramblers on their annual ‘Snowdrop Walk’ in Drewstown on Sunday February 16th. Cars will leave Boherquill at 1.30pm and will pause at the church in Clonmellon at 2pm before moving on to meet at Drewstown House at 2.15pm. Anyone who would like to join the Ramblers trip to Strangford for the St. Patrick’s weekend is asked to contact Brian Nerney on 086 2596656 immediately to ascertain numbers.
The Club’s spring Clay Shooting League got underway on last Thursday evening with a big number of shooters in attendance. Shooting will continue on Thursday evenings from 7pm to 9pm for the next seven weeks with the final on 27th March. To qualify for the final Shooters must attend at least five of the eight shoots, and they will be classed on their four best scores. For further details please contact Willie Campbell 0862582370.
Just one of our teams was in action this week. The Streete A team travelled to Castlepollard and just got the better of their opponents. The score was two games each with Streete winning on the bonus point. Street A Team 1:Jimmy Leavy, Sean Flood and Liam Connaughton (skip). Team 2: Mick Turner, Pat Kelly and Finbar Mullen (skip). Castlepollard Team 1: Mick McCormack, John Kennedy and John Craig (skip).Team 2: Enda Connell, Paddy Chivers and Mary Nee (skip).The Streete bowls club would like to extend sincere sympathy to Anne Allen of Ballymore on the death of her brother and also the Cullen and Reilly families on the tragic death of Lisa. May they rest in peace. New members are welcome.