Kenagh March 11

PROGRESSIVE 25 - Winners in Saint Dominics centre last Thursday night were Barry and Mick, Ita and Dan, Tom and Ned ten games each they share 180 euro. Table prizes Peter and Freda, Mike and Pat all get twenty euro each. Raffle Eugene Kelly Mark Grehan Eliz Clyne, Mick Duignan, Mary Sweeney. Mick Duignan all get ten euro each. Play begins at 9pm next Thursday night.

PROGRESSIVE 25 - Winners in Saint Dominics centre last Thursday night were Barry and Mick, Ita and Dan, Tom and Ned ten games each they share 180 euro. Table prizes Peter and Freda, Mike and Pat all get twenty euro each. Raffle Eugene Kelly Mark Grehan Eliz Clyne, Mick Duignan, Mary Sweeney. Mick Duignan all get ten euro each. Play begins at 9pm next Thursday night.

DEATH

We offer sincere sympathy to Caitriona Mullhall Terlicken on the death of her mother Mary Kenny Slehaun Legan which occurred on March 3rd at Our Lady’s Manor nursing home Edgeworthstown. She was buried after eleven o’clock Mass in Legan on Sunday to the local cemetery.

LOTTO

The numbers drawn in Kenagh GAA Lotto last Sunday night were 2, 7, 20, 24. There were no match three winners and the following names were drawn. Frankie Dolan Ballyknock, Jimmy Rowan, Kiltaffery, Nancy Burke Toome and Joe Doogue c/o Sean Canavan. They all get twenty euro each.

TABLE QUIZ

There will be a table quiz in the El Paso on this Friday night March 11th at 9pm sharp. Proceeds in aid of Tidy Towns (KDDA). All clubs and organisations in the locality are invited to take a table. Tables of four twenty euro. Raffle and spots, refreshments served.

DRAMA

Newtowncashel group production of “Canaries” by Bernard J Farrell will be staged again in the Hill on Friday March 11th due to popular demand. Doors open at 8pm. Curatin up at 8.30pm sharp. Admission strictly by ticket only. Adults ten euro and primary children five euro. Tickets available from Kevin Casey at 086 8436651. This play contains adult humour which may not be suitable for children.

PLOUGHING MATCH

Plans for the forthcoming county ploughing match which will be held in Lisaniskey on Sunday April 10th from 12 noon. Meetings are held every Monday night. Next meeting in Murrays. Local helpers are very welcome. Full report later.

MEETING

There will be a community alert meeting in Saint Dominics Centre on Wednesday night March 9th at 8pm sharp. All those who attended the last meeting are invited to attend and bring at least one person with them. Local Garda will attend.

LENT

Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. Holy ashes will be given out after 7.30pm Mass on Wednesday evening at Saint Dominics Church. Mass every Wednesday and Friday at 7.30pm during Lent. Adoration each Monday from 8.30pm to 10pm.

FAIRTRADE

Fairtrade fortnight is with us again running from 28th February to 13th March. Longford Fairtrade Steering Group have organised a tea / coffee morning with Miguel Matteo Sebastien, a coffee producer from Guatamala in Longford library on Monday 7th March from 11am to 12 noon. Admission is free so please go along if you can. The Fairtrade Mark is the only independent guarantee of a better deal for third world producers and it is supported by all the main third world charities and by the ICU in Ireland. By using Fairtrade produce we can all help the campaign for trade justice and make a difference in the lives of farmers and workers in some of the worlds poorest countries.

GAA

Congratulations to all members who received their various awards at the Kenagh Club social night in the El Paso last Friday night. It was a most enjoyable night thanks to all concerned. Full details of awards are on Kenagh GAA notes.