Mullahoran February 23

CAVAN’S GOT TALENT - Local girl and Abbeylara native Stephanie Donohoe gave a spectacular performance at the opening of the popular show in the Imperial Bar on Friday night last to make it through to the next round. Good local support would be appreciated for this talented singer to remain in the competition.

CAVAN’S GOT TALENT - Local girl and Abbeylara native Stephanie Donohoe gave a spectacular performance at the opening of the popular show in the Imperial Bar on Friday night last to make it through to the next round. Good local support would be appreciated for this talented singer to remain in the competition.

RIVER ERNE FISHING CLUB

Important meeting will be held in the Parochial hall this Thursday 24th at 8.30. All members and new members welcome.

GUN CLUB

Annual Game night in the Hideaway, Cloncovid this Friday night 25th at 9 pm. Good food and music, all welcome.

TABLE QUIZ

In aid of Bruskey National School in Cronin’s Lounge on Friday March 4th at 9.30 pm. Table of 4 - e40. All support will be appreciated.

LOURDES PILGRIMAGE

Anyone interested in travelling with the Ardagh & Clonmacnoise pilgrimage from 27th May to 1st June next should contact Joe Walsh Tours on 01.2410812 – Pilgrimage Director Msgr. Bernard Noonan. Special section for Sick contact Fr Ml Scanlan 090.6157122. Fully inclusive cost e699, flights from Knock airport.

PRO LIFE

Church gate collection will be taken up weekend 5/6th March at all masses, please support.

HORTICULTURE

Course begins next month in the Realtog Centre, Kilnaleck - e30 which can be paid in instalments. The course will run in the evenings and covers basic knowledge and skills needed to grow, maintain and develop appreciation of nature and environment. For more information contact 049.4336070.

ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP TRAINING

Voter education training on Wednesday 23rd February 8-10.30 pm in the Realtog Cantre, booking essential.

GOOD SHOW

Well done to the Laragh Utd. GFC who hosted Strictly Come Dancing in the Kilmore on Saturday night last and left no stone unturned to make it a huge success. Local dancer Fergal Brady (who can turn his hand/foot to anything) and partner gave a dazzling performance and really looked the part as did his cousin Anne Marie Lynch.