Death: The death occurred peacefully in Chicago recently of Kathy Fegan whose death is widely mourned in her native Ballymachugh. Agwd 74 she was daughter of the late Thomas & Bridget Galligan, Aughakilmore and she is survived by her sister Una Smith, Mullahoran and is also survived by her husband Jim Fegan, formerly of Kilcogy. She is also survived by her children Kathy, Patsy,Anne, Jimmy, Eileen and Maureen, grandchldren and a large family circle to whom we extend our sincere sympathy. Deceased was a regular visitor to this area along with her husband and children and always kept in touch with her friends and relations. On a poignant note Kathy and Jim recently celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary. A memorial Mass was celebrated in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Mullahoran on Sunday, celebrant was Fr. Oliver O’Reilly. Internment took place in Chicago yesterday Tuesday. May she rest in peace.
GFC Lotto: Results for Tuesday June 14th, draw was held in Micsins Kilcogy, there was no winner of 4,400 jackpot, numbers drawn 6,11,23,26, bonus number 25, consolation prizes; €100 Monica Sheridan, Ballytrust; €25 Pat Sherian, Kilcogy; €25 Antone Finnegan, Ballyheelan; Brian O’Reilly, Middletown and Pamela Mussan, Corlesmore.
Mary Lenauze: The death of Mary Lenauze is mourned over a wide area where she was a popular and highy respected member of the community. We extend our sincere sympathy to her sons Peter and Gerard and daughters Mary and Rose, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, relatives, neighbours and friends by whom he will be sadly missed. May she rest in peace.
Festival: Visitors to Cavan town at the weekend enjoyed wide variety of amusements and entertainment which was part of the Hen festival and combined with the good weather by all accounts was a great success.
Double Header: The attraction of the Louth/Meath qualifier along with the Cavan/Longford match on Saturday evening in Breffni park may entice the local supporters out once again and hopefully our county team will put on a better show than last time.
Holidays: Now that the secondary schools exams are over the students can enjoy the well earned holidays before the results in August/September. All are hoping for more summery conditions as midsummer passes and plenty of farm work yet to be done.