Killashee March 4

LOTTO

LOTTO

The local lotto draw took place on Sunday night last. Numbers drawn were 21, 24, 25, 27. There was no jackpot winner. 40 euro went to Declan Shanley. 20 euro each went to Niamh McPartland , Jimmy Skelly and Mary Lynch. The next draw will be held on Sunday 13th March in Magans Killashee for a jackpot of 13620 euro. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

ST BRIGID’S GAA

Over the coming weeks the club will be delivering each house with a letter and application form for membership and also yearly lotto subscription. It is vital that we get all the community involved in our club and you can show your support by becoming a member and being part of a club that are all working the same goals. Our yearly subscription is a great way to ensure your numbers are in every draw. Club membership is now due and can be got from registrar Pat Farrell or any committee member. 40 euro for players, 20 euro for non players and students. 50 euro family rate. As its that time of year again and with Cheltenham only around the corner, all you racing experts will be glad to hear that St Brigids GAA is holding its annual race night in the Richmond Inn Clondra on 16th March commencing at 9pm. A fantastic night’s entertainment is in store with both horses and jockeys in a rigorous training regime !

COMMUNITY ALERT

We are in the process of getting community alert signs made up and will be erecting them in the coming weeks throughout the area. Commmunity Liason Officer Tom Killian has been making visits to our community over the past number of weeks and will be continuing to do so. We will also be going around to the older members of our community with application forms and information regarding getting a personal monitored alert system installed. This is a grant approved scheme with certain criteria having to be met. Your designated area rep will be in contact regarding these initiatives. The group wishes to extend deepest sympathy to the Cox family Begnagh on the recent death of Frank Cox. May his soul rest in peace.

SYMPATHY

Deepest sympathy is extended to David Duke Clondra on the recent death of his brother Vincent, Leixlip and formerly of Clondra. May his soul rest in peace.

COMMUNITY GAMES

The art competition was held on Saturday last with a great turn out of budding artists. Results of art competition will be published soon.

Best of luck to the children who will represent Killashee in the county table quiz which takes place in the Park House Hotel Edgeworthstown on Monday next 7th March at 7pm. Thank you to all at Killashee national school for the use of the school for the quiz and art competition.

BEST WISHES

Best wishes for a very speedy recovery are extended to Mickey Farrell Clonfuigh following an operation recently. Great to see Mickey out and about again.

GOLDEN JUBILEE

Lanesboro Community College is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. To celebrate there will be a social evening in the school at Easter. Special guests will be the students and staff from 1960 together with students and staff from the amalgamation year 1989. All past pupils will be most welcome on the night. For more information contact the school at 043 3321139 or email lanesboro.ias@eircom.net.

CONGRATS

Congratulations to Martin Skelly Newtowncashel as he takes on the role of chairman of Leinster council. We wish him every success.

GAA

Meeting for all underage coaches in Killashee and Clondra will be held in the Clubhouse, Killashee on Friday next March 4 2011 at 8pm.