Corr: Fidelma Cox Tel: 043 33 25392
Sunday next 30th August is Fr. Nigel Charles’ last Sunday in the Parish. Mass in St. Patrick’s Church, Killashee will be at the usual time of 10.30am, this will be followed by refreshments in Parochial House. Everyone is invited to come along in celebration of Fr Nigel’s years of service to the parish.
Deepest sympathy is extended to Fr. Nigel Charles on the death of his father Vincent Charles, which occurred at his home in Aughavas last weekend. His funeral took place on Monday last. Sympathy is also extended to Fr. Nigel’s mother, brother and sisters on their sad loss. May his soul rest in Peace.
Congratulations and well done to Annmarie Murphy who took part in the Discus U16 and Clodagh Kiely who took part in the High Jump U16 at the Community Games National Finals in Athlone last weekend. Emma Nevin took part in the Art Finals the previous weekend. The three girls did their parish and county proud and we hope to see them all back at the National finals in 2016. Killashee was represented by Michaela Cox who was a volunteer at the games both weekends. A huge thank you to all who donated so generously to the recent church gate collection in aid of Killashee Community Games.
Best wishes are extended to Rachel Stewart who has moved into her beautiful new home in Clonbrock. We wish Rachel every happiness.
Back to school
Good luck to all the students who return to school next week, especially those going into exam years. Special wishes go to those who are off to ‘big school’ for the first time and those moving to secondary school.
Lotto results Monday August bank holiday were 3, 18, 13, & 20. There was no jackpot winner. Winner of €40 was Mick Gilleran. €20 winners were Caroline Stewart, Maeve McWeeney and Jackie McDonnell. Lotto draw for Sunday, 23 August. The numbers were 3, 8, 27 & 28. There was no Jackpot winner. Winner of the €40 was Conor Farrell and the €20 winners were Kate Quigley, Ava Kenny and Gerry Farrell. The next lotto draw for a jackpot of €8120 will be held on Sunday, 6th September in the Camlin Bar, Clondra.
St Brigids Killashee 125 year celebratory dinner dance will be held on Friday the 16th October in the Longford Arms Hotel. Music by the Suite, special guest GAA president Aogan O’Fearghail. Tickets priced at €30 available. The club would like to express sympathy to Fr Nigel Charles on the death of his father Vincent Charles Aughavas Co Leitrim. May he rest in peace. On Sunday 23 August in the Junior ‘B’ Football Championship Quarter Final Killashee St. Brigid’s drew with Sean Connolly after extra time on a score of 0-13 to 2-07. See local press and St Brigid’s Facebook page for times of the replay. In the league division 2, St Brigid’s defeated Kenagh on a score line of 2-17 to 2-10. Well done to the team. The intermediate championship semi final sees St Brigid’s play Sean Connollys on Sunday, 30 of August at 5.45pm in Pearse Park. Good luck to the team and management. The club would appreciate a good attendance of supporters for this semi-final. If anyone has team jerseys could they return them to Owen Johnson or leave them into Liz Edgeworth.
Wetlands heritage Ireland is hosting their 3rd Annual Barry Raftery Memorial Conference at Corlea Visitor Centre, Kenagh on Friday, August 28th. For bookings or information phone Corlea Visitor Centrte 043 3322386 or Kieran McEntee 086 0596072. Coffee on arrival and lunch provided. Admission €10. Concession €5.