Dromod

Tidy Towns

Tidy Towns

This week we have more of the adjudicators report on Dromod. Wildlife and Natural, Amenities

Your wildlife policy is extremely well thought out and is most detailed. The Harbour area is such a wonderful wildlife resource and the Wildlife Amenity area here was visited and enjoyed. The grass areas here were neatly cut and the toilets were quite clean. However the advertising notices detract from the overall visual impact of this key area in Dromod. Your approach to and understanding of biodiversity is impressive. The river walk and nature trail near River Meadow is impressive. The Community Garden and Butterfly Garden were also enjoyed.

Monster Auction

Rooskey Church Restoration committee will host a Monster Auction in the Kon Tiki on Sunday next October 6th with the starting time 2pm. committee members will call to houses in the locality from tomorrow Thursday until Saturday to collect items for auction. all items to be of saleable quality. and there are no outside lots. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Annaduff 5k run walk

2nd annual Annaduff 5k run walk jog push will take place Sunday 6th of October 2013. Starting at 12.15 pm . Location Annaduff National School. Registration from 11.30am on the day, also online at www.runireland.ie. Entry fee is €10 per adult, children go free. event is organised by Annaduff school parents association with all proceeds going to Annaduff national school. Your participation would be welcomed and appreciated.

12000 Dominoes

Would you like to see 12000 dominoes fall in unison? Well here is your chance! It will take place on Saturday October 12th in the Bush Hotel Carrick on Shannon at 8.30pm. Tickets are €5 each and are available from Tesco or St Ciaran’s Carrick on Shannon. Music in the night by Tom Moran there will also be a raffle for some wonderful prizes. All proceeds go to Aware (helping to defeat depression) and St. Ciaran’s (helping people with special needs). Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Youth Club

Another busy week was had at The Hive. This week is the turn of the junior club from seven to half eight and teen club from nine to half ten. Last week three of our junior leaders, Colleen, Tanya and Shannon went to Sligo with North Connaught Youth Services for a youth seminar where they gained a great insight into the work done by Youth Services Ireland. We are still waiting on confirmation of dates for the inter soccer tournaments, once we have them we will let everyone know. We are still collecting old mobile phones for Down-syndrome Ireland so if anyone has any old or unwanted phones please give them to any of the leaders or drop them to The Hive between 7 and 10 pm any Friday evening.

Collect bottle caps

Collect Lucozade Sport/Lucozade sport and Sport Lite bottle caps to get sports equipment and gear for Bornacoola GAA Club. The more caps we collect the more gear we can get!
So start collects the bottle caps and bring them to any committee member or to the club rooms at the pitch in Dromod. The Crusade continues until October 31st.

Flog it

Flog It @ Mulvey Centre Indoor Market for Simon Community - On Sun October 6th as part of Simon Week the North West Simon Community are holding a sale of bric a brac and collectables at the Mulvey Centre Indoor Market, Carrick-on-Shannon from 10 to 5. We are looking for bric a brac, costume jewellery, ornaments, bags, hats & fascinators, anything you wish to get rid of and good as new to sell on this day. Please drop any items you wish to donate to the North West Simon office between now and Sat 5th Oct and help raise money for a worthy cause. The North West Simon office is located beside Eden Flowers on Park Lane, Carrick-on-Shannon and the phone number there is 071 9616200.

Bornacoola draw

The August draw in the Bornacoola gaa club draw took place on Saturday night last in the Copper Still, thanks to all who supported and to Declan Ganley for the music. Winners were as follows: €100 Louise Farrell, Esker €20 each Mary Reynolds Clooncolry, Sharon Dowd, Micheal Mallon, Declan Bohan and a bottle of wine sponsored by Copper Still was won by Carmel Shanley.

Birthday greetings

We send greetings to some people who had their birthdays recently. Firstly to a very special lady Margaret Costello, Ballinamore (sister of the late Con Moran and aunt of Neil, Frank and Tom who live in Rooskey) Margaret reached the great 100 on Saturday last and celebrated with family and friends on Saturday last in McAlister’s, Ballinamore wish you health and happiness for the future.

Engaged

We send our congratulations to Miss Nadine Dolan, Furnace, and Mr David Charles, Aughavas who announced their engagement recently. We wish you health and happiness for the future .