Killashee

Wedding bells

Wedding bells

The wedding took place on Saturday, 1st November of Ann - Marie Steele, daughter of Carmel and the late Tommy, Ballydrum and Adrian Rogers, Drumlish. The marriage ceremony was held in St. Patricks church, Killashee and was celebrated by Fr. Nigel Charles and Fr. Brendan Hagan. The beautiful bride was given away by her mother, Carmel and was attended by Patricia Feeney chief bridesmaid, Fiona Dowd and Darina Dowd, bridesmaids. Best man was Keith Curley and the groomsmen were Pauric Doherty and Nathan Steele. The pretty flower girl was Natasha Rogers.

Following the ceremony Ann - Marie and Adrian were joined by family and friends in the Bloomfield Hotel, Mullingar where they wined, dined and danced the night away. We wish Ann - Marie and Adrian long life and happiness together.

Thanks

The Longford Branch of the Alzheimer Association wish to express their gratitude to all who contributed so generously to their recent church gate collection in killashee. The amount collected was €173.98.

Thanks

St . Christophers Services, Longford wish to thank Dan and Louise Magan and all who supported the fundraising night held recently. Thank you to all who donated spot prizes for the raffle which raised a total of €310.

Best wishes

Best wishes to Rachael Stewart, Lyneen who takes up a new teaching position this week in Hunt School, Mohill. Rachael was previously teaching in Glasnevin, Dublin.

St. Brigids GAA

The club would like to congratulate Ann Marie Steele and Adrian Rogers who got married on Saturday 1st November. May they have a long and happy life together.

Fundraising

The club are collecting scrap metal. Any Scrap metal you may have lying around can be dropped in Liam Farrell’s yard in Clondra. The only things that are not acceptable are tyres, fridges and televisions.

Lotto

The St Brigids GAA lotto results for the 2/11/2014 were 7, 10, 16, 20. There was no winner. €40 winner was Ronan Skelly, €20 winners were Chris Moran, Mary Edgeworth, Josie and Alec McCloughrey. The next draw is in Magan’s Pub on 16th November for a jackpot of €6,940. Looking for an early Christmas gift idea? Then the yearly lotto are available from any of the committee members for €45.

Challenge

The U-21 footballers played St. Aidans of Roscommon in a challenge match on Saturday evening last and enjoyed a comfortable win . Well done to all who supported the team and provided transport. A special word of thanks to St. Aidans for their hospitality. Training continues on Wednesday evenings and Friday evenings .

Cookery Demonstration

Herterich Artisan Butcher’s Ltd. are hosting a Cookery Demonstration with Chef Adrian in aid of St. Christopher’s Services Ltd in The Longford Arms Hotel on Monday, 10th November at 8pm. Tickets are 10 euro and a raffle will also be held on the night. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Lanesboro Community College Open Day

The college will hold its open day on Thursday, 20th November. Pupils from the surrounding national schools are invited to attend and witness the wonderful work been carried out by students and teachers alike in the school. That evening both parents and students are invited to come in, speak to individual teachers, and get an up close view of all that is happening. With 95% of our Leaving Certificate students being offered a third level course this year, we can say with absolute confidence that your child will not get a better preparation for life anywhere else. Added value includes the intimacy of a smaller school where your child will feel an integral part of a larger family and where each student is valued as an individual in his or her own right. Teachers take a personal interest in each and every student and this leads to a high level of maturity and self - confidence in all our graduates. So come along on the evening and see for yourself ! Principal’s address is at 7pm.

Congrats

Congratulations and well done to Emer Casey, Lisa Nolan and Kyana Lee, all members of Slashers minor team who defeated St . Helens in the minor championship final recently.