Mohill

CULTURAL EVENING: Mohill library as part of the nationwide event is hosting a culture evening on Friday 21 st September from 6pm- 8pm. Author Gerry Boland will be reading for children at 6pm. Artwork will be displayed from the students of Mohill community college. The local ceoltas will play a few tunes and the choir “singing for pleasure” will perform for their first public appearance. Light refreshment served.

CULTURAL EVENING: Mohill library as part of the nationwide event is hosting a culture evening on Friday 21 st September from 6pm- 8pm. Author Gerry Boland will be reading for children at 6pm. Artwork will be displayed from the students of Mohill community college. The local ceoltas will play a few tunes and the choir “singing for pleasure” will perform for their first public appearance. Light refreshment served.

LOUGH DERG: The annual pilgrimage to Loug Derg takes place on Sunday 23rd September. To book a place please contact Maura on 9624353 – 9624540.There are a few places left.

FOROIGE YOUTH CLUB: Mohill Foroige Youth Club starts back at the Canon Donohoe Hall on Monday 17 Sept. Juniors aged 12 -14 years from 6pm -7pm.Senior 15-17 years from 7pm -8pm. Early registration is advised as places are limited. Registration forms are available at the hall. New members welcome. Contact Sarah at 071 9631253 -086 603 5977.

YOUTH CAFE: Mohill Youth Cafe will be open at the Canon Donohoe Hall on Friday 21st September 8-12 year olds 5pm – 6.30pm.The over 12s group will meet on Fridays at 6.30pm.Registration forms can be obtained at the hall. Contact Sara 071 9631253 or mobile 086 6035977.

GUITAR LESSONS:Guitar lessons with an experienced teacher will give tuition in the Cannon Donohoe Hall starting on Thursday 13th September at 7pm. Separate class for beginners/improvers aged 7- 17 years. Adults also welcome. Come and make music.Tel Larry 086 6053838 or the Hall 071 9631253.

3RD ANNUAL HONDA 50 RUN: 105 bikes from all over Ireland came to Mohill to participate in its 3rd annual Honda 50 run. A big thank you to all our generous sponsors. Js hotel, Lough Rynn Hotel Padraig Ellis Connacht Gold Co Op,Gene & Maura Baxter Fintan Greenan,Paul’s C & D Chemist Caroline Connefrey,Ivy Boddy,Linda and Peader Flynn, Sean Bridie McIntyre Mary & Pat Beirne and Tesco,Carrick on Shannon.Thanks to the Garda Siochana Civil Defence Donal Power and his biker marshals. A big thank you to all who provided food and made the bikers welcome. Special thanks to Jackie Joe Cox,Paul Beck Gerry Mahon Charles Beirne and JP Compton for a job well done. All proceeds for the Mohill family Support Centre where a very valuable service is being provided for the community of Mohill and the surrounding areas. See facebook photos of the run. Looking forward to seeing you all back in 2013.

LOTTO: Mohill GAA Lotto results.The numbers drawn on 27th August were 5,13,18,24.There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dip winners were as follows 1st 70 euro Michael Burke Mohill; 2nd 40 euro James Brady,Drumlish; 3rd 20 euro Marie McGuinnss Tulcon.

JONATHAN AND NESSA WED: Their many friends wish to join with me in congratulating Nessa McGill Dromod and Jonathan Taylor London who were married last week in St Patricks Church Srandhill Co Sligo.Following the ceremony a reception for family and friends was enjoyed in Markaree castle Collooney.

MARGARET CLYNE(GIRLIE) .It was with genuine regret I learned of the death of Girlie Clyne Dromard Dromod who died in the loving care of the doctors nurses and staff at Aras Carolan Nursing Home Mohill on the 31st August 2012. We all remember Girlie when she lived with her late brother Jey RIP in Dromard. She was a wonderful sister who enjoyed the simple things of life and whose home was always wellcoming. Her burial took place on Sunday 2nd Sept after requiem Mass in St Michaels Church Bornacoola to Cloonmorris Cemtery and was attended by family neighbours and many friends. Our sympathies are with her loving sisters nieces nephews relatives neighbours and friends . Rest in peace.

ESTHER MCGARRY: It was with deep regret we learned of the death of Esther McGarry late of Hyde Tce Mohil and Ennniscrone Co Sligo who died last week. She was a very caring kind lady who was much loved by the many friends she met during her life’s journey. She died as she lived with dignity. The vrry large attendance at her requiem mass here in St Patricks Church which was a celebration of Esthers life at which the beautiful music and singing added to the solemnity of this sad occasion was indeed testimony to the high esteem in which she,her brothers sisters and their extended families were held in the community and to whom we offer our deepest sympathy. Our sympathy is also to her friends in Enniscrone and all who mourn Esther at this sad time.