FARMERS’ MARKET - Having seen the Nationwide Programme on RT E 1 last week and so much talk about Country & Farmers Markets on Radio & T.V recently maybe it might encourage you to come along to our market in Streete parish park Complex each Saturday 10a.m. to 12 noon. A word of advice is to come early before certain products are sold out. Fresh veg, baking, confectionary, crafts, fuel, jams, chutney’s etc etc tea & coffee and scones available in special area each week.
TheC and Sharing Association for people with different abilities urgently need clothes, shoes, and unwanted gifts etc. for sale in their shop. Please leave any donated goods in the church porch before 10a.m. on March, 15th but on no account after that time.
Fairtrade Fortnight continues until March, 13th Please support by purchasing Fairtrade Products. It won’t cost you any more but will help less fortunate communities.
At this time of deep recession and high unemployment, we need hope. Seamus Mollaghan, a bus driver with Donnelly’s Coaches Granard, is running a bus to the Novena of Hope in The Graan Enniskillen. It starts on Saturday the 19th of March at 6.30pm, with Celebrant Fr. Brian Darcy. Contact Seamus Mollaghan at 0433323668 or 0863901060 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We extend our sincere sympathy to Mrs. Peggy Denning, Coolnagun and family on the sad death of her sister Mary Kenny, Abbeylara at an early age. To her husband William, family and extended family we offer our condolences. May she rest in peace.
STREETE WILDLIFE CLUB
The following are the dates for open clay shooting over the next few weeks at the club shooting grounds. Thursday 10th March from 7pm to 9pm, Wednesday 16th March from 7pm to 9pm, Sunday 20th March from 10am to 12 noon, and the final of the night shooting will be held on Thursday 24th March at 7pm sharp. The club annual clay shoot will be held on Sunday, 17th April. For details on all clay shoots please contact Willie on 0862582370 or Padraig on 0872057847.
The next vermin count is on Tuesday 15th March at 7.30pm sharp
On behalf of the club we offer our sympathy to Peggy Denning Coolnagun on the death of her sister.
The Ramblers held their AGM in the Corn Mill pub in Boherquill on last Sunday, March 6th, after a short walk around Boherquill and Correally. Tea and sandwiches in the comfortable surroundings of the pub preceded the meeting which was opened by Club Chairman Brian Nerney who relayed apologies from some absent members and then called on Club Secretary Patricia Bruton to read the minutes from last year’s AGM. Patricia then read out her report on the year’s activities including highlights such as the annual Walking Festival and the traditional trip to County Down around St. Patrick’s Day. Brian Nerney delivered his Chairman’s address describing another successful year for the Club with membership increasing and the Club becoming well recognised by organisations within the County and beyond. The election of Club Officers was next on the agenda resulting in Brian Nerney being returned as Club Chairman with Paddy Croghan as Vice-Chairman and Walks Organiser. Patricia Bruton was re-elected as Club Secretary with Frank Higgins as Assistant Secretary. Maura McLoughlin and Alice Nerney were re-appointed as joint Club Treasurers and Philip Epps as Club PRO.
Dates for this year’s Walking Festival were announced as the weekend of the 7th and 8th of May, with a proposed walk on Friday evening in Tullynally, on Saturday beside Lough Derravaragh, and around Fore on Sunday, always a very popular walk.
On next Sunday, March 13th the Ramblers will join a walk from Granard to Abbeylara and back, in aid of The Irish Heart Foundation. Cars will leave Boherquill at 2.30pm.to arrive at the school in Granard in time for the walk’s start at 3pm. From the following Sunday, March 20th, members should note that the meeting time for walks will return to 2pm. for the summer.
Club Secretary Patricia Bruton is currently accepting payments from those who will be going on the St. Patrick’s Day trip to County Down.