Irish dancing classes
Irish dancing classes will resume in St Dominic’s Community Centre, Kenagh on Monday, January 13 at 5.30pm . Fees for the classes are 4.50 euro per child per lesson with an overall family rate of 10 euro per family with further reductions for families who pay by the month. No wigs, fake tans or make-up for dancers. Parents welcome to stay at classes if they so wish. Girls and boys all ages welcome. Contact Maureen on 086 3702719.
Longford social services committee wish to thank all their supporters who contributed to their church gate collection taken at Saint Dominic’s Church, Kenagh last weekend. The amount collected was 255 euro. Thanks also to the friends and subscribers of Epilepsy Ireland for their generous contribution to their church gate collection at Saint Dominic’s Church Kenagh. The amount collected was 205 euro.
The first whist drive for the new year will be held in the Lecture Hall, Kenagh on Tuesday night, January 14th at 8.30pm. A Happy New Year to all our players and we look forward to their support for 2014.
Anyone with used stamps from their Christmas mail are asked to leave them in a container inside the door of Saint Dominics Church Kenagh over the next few weeks. They will be put to good use for the benefit of foreign missions.
Winners at St Dominic’s last Thursday night were Annie and Kathleen, John and Larry twelve games each, they share eighty euro. Table prizes - Ivan and Peter, Niall and Liz, all win twenty euro each. Raffle: Barney Kenny, Niall Hughes, Bill Rodgers, Niall Hughes, all win ten euro each.
Sadly we record the death of Mrs Bernadette Kelly, McHugh Park, Kenagh, which occurred at her residence on the morning of January 1st 2014. She was formerly Bernadette Kelly of Abbeyderg and was predeceased by her husband Tom Kelly. Bernadette was in her late eighties and enjoyed good health until recently when her age began to show it’s effect. She was a very well known and popular lady who lived all her life in her native Abbeyderg and later at McHugh Park. She was one of a large family and the mother of a big family also. A very devoted mother, sister and grandmother to all her grandchildren, most of whom lived in the immediate locality. She was a good home maker and devoted wife to her late husband Tom who predeceased her by a long number of years. She was removed to Saint Joseph’s hospital chapel where her funeral mass was celebrated by Father Tom Barden on Friday January 3rd. Her waking at St Josephs and her funeral mass was attended by a very large crowd of relatives friends neighbours along with her immediate and extended family. We offer sincere sympathy to her grieving family, grandchildren , brothers, sisters , relatives, friends and neighbours. May she rest in peace.
The numbers drawn in Kenagh GAA Lotto for January 5th were 12, 18, 20, 30. There was one match three winner - Ann Molloy, Ballymahon, wins eighty euro.