The wedding took place in St. Joseph’s Church, Cornageeha, on January 3rd, of Aisling Clancy, Cattan, and Gary Lee, Ballinalee. The maid of honour was her sister Caroline Cunningham and the bridesmaid was Edel Gilhooley. Bestman was Michael McCann and groomsman was Ciaran Reilly. The celebrant at the marriage ceremony was Fr. John Quinn. A lovely wedding reception for the guests was held afterwards in the Annebrook Hotel, Mullingar. This was a memorable occasion as it was only the third wedding held in this church in the last 27 years. The happy couple are on honeymoon in Vietnam on their way back to Australia. We wish Aisling and Gary many years of health and happiness in their married lives.
The bus for our annual night out in Cox’s of Dromod, leaves from the Community Centre at 6.45pm and 7 o’clock from Fox’s of Tooman on this Saturday night, the 17th. Any member who has not yet paid their membership can do so on the night.
The recent Asthma Society collection taken up in the parish at all three churches realised a total of €308.05. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
The death took place recently in London of Annie Conboy, nee Bohan, formerly of Tooman. We tender sympathy with her family, relatives and friends. May she rest in peace.
Leitrim put in a very credible performance on Sunday last in Philly McGuinness Memorial Park in Mohill and were just one point adrift of Galway at the final whistle. Our clubman, Niall Woods had a good game. We congratulate him on graduating up to county senior level and we wish him well in the Leitrim jersey in 2015 and beyond. Mohill’s newly developed pitch that honours Philly’s memory was in fantastic shape and held up really well despite all the recent rain. It is a great achievement for the club after much hard work.