Mr John Lynch
The sudden and unexpected death at his home in Knockahista of Mr John Lynch caused shock and sadness throughout the district where he was a well known and highly respected resident. A quiet and inoffensive man and a kind and helpful neighbour, he is survived by his wife Bridie, eight sons, five daughters, grandchildren and a large family circle to whom I extend the sympathy of our community. There was a very large attendance at the removal of the remains to St Felim’s Church, Ballinagh and again at the funeral which took place following con-celebrated mass to the family burial ground in the local cemetery. Rev Peter Casey PP, Kilmore and Rev Sean McDermott, PP Ballintemple officiated. May his soul rest in peace.
A number of private homes together with churches report on the theft of home heating oil in recent weeks and gardai are investigating.
Congratulations to Aogin O’Fheargail on his election as president elect of Cumann Luithchleas Gael.
Heavy rainfall has left land in a sodden condition but hopefully the month of March will see a dry spell that would bring relief to land owners.
Support for post offices
A bus load of concerned residents travelled to Dail Eireann on Wednesday, February 26th to voice their concerns over legislation under discussion in Leinster House which if enacted will see the post network facing total wipe out as they will be undermined by a new policy which will see welfare payments through banks.
Gospel service in Ballinagh Mission Church on Sunday, March 9th at 8pm. Preacher Pastor Alvin Mullen and everyone is very welcome.
Show commences in Bunnoe Community Centre Thursday, March 6th to Sunday 9th incl with first act at 8.30pm nightly.
Alzheimer Support Group
Alzheimer Support Group meeting on Thursday March 6th at 8pm in the Bridge St Centre Cavan. All welcome.