ST BRIDGETS CROSSES: will be on sale following all masses this weekend and people are asked to please support.
SYMPATHY: Sympathy of the community is extended to Mrs Angela Walsh Drumheel Ballinagh on the death of her father Mr James (Jim) Wray Moynehall whose funeral which was large and representative and a fitting tribute to the esteem of which the deceased and his family are held throughout the region took place following con-celebrated mass in the Cathedral of SS Patrick and Felim to Killgarry cemetery.
MR PATRICK DALY: There was widespread regret throughout his native Ballinagh and surrounding district with the news of the death in England following a brief illness and at a comparatively early age of Mr Patrick Daly formerly of Cavan Road, Ballinagh. Son of the late James and Elizabeth Daly Cavan Road Ballinagh Patrick was a member of a highly respected family and as a young man was extremely popular within the community. At an early age he moved to England where he established a highly successful business and soon became as popular in the land of his adoption as he had been in his native Ballinagh. His passing is widely mourned. He is survived by his wife ,family , brothers sisters nephews nieces and a wide family circle to whom I extend the sympathy of our community. May his soul rest in peace.
GARDENING CLUB: Meeting of Ballinagh Gardening Club will be held in the community centre on Monday 4th February at 8pm. Special speaker Mr Declan Fitzpatrick. Everyone welcome. Refreshments served. Non members 4 euro nightly.
BRUSKEY ICA: Christine Wynne from S.O.S.A.D. will address our meeting on Wednesday 6th February at 8.30pm in Bruskey National School. This meeting is open to the public with men and women both very welcome. Raffle and supper on the night and so come along.
HOOKUM DOOKUMS: will shortly commence rehearsals for this year’s production which promises to be a three act comedy of three hours of non stop laughter and entertainment. Watch this column for more particulars.
SMALL COINS: In aid of the missions with collection boxes at various locations. Please donate these small coins which will be of enormous benefit to people in need and for further information call Rita on (049) 4361740.
WEATHER: Torrential rain has resulted in widespread and severe flooding with one farmer observed travelling by boat across his land on Monday afternoon.