The pretty wedding took place recently of Adrian, son of Hughie and Mary Rose Dalton, Soran and Mary Farrell, Aughareevagh, Clondra in St Brendan’s Church, Clondra. The celebrant was Fr Tommy Murray. Best man Enda Dalton and groomsman Colin Dalton and Paddy O’Neill. Bridesmaids Therese Farrell, Anne Farrell and Orla Keegan. Page boys Ben O’Sullivan and Jack Skelly. Flowergirl Sarah Skelly. Music in the church by Elaine Duignan and Paul Gurney. All the guests enjoyed a beautiful meal and danced the night away in Kilronan Castle. The happy couple have returned to Australia where they both work. We wish them health and happiness and look forward to seeing them returning home soon.
Annual Church gate collection for the ISPCC will be held at all masses on weekend of 12/13 October. Please support.
Deepest sympathy to Jim and Peggy King on the sudden death of Fr Tom Earlie recently. RIP.
Anybody interested in availing of a taxi to Mullingar or Tullamore hospital at a reasonable cost please contact myself 087 2915072.
Numbers drawn 8, 12, 21,29. No jackpot winner. 1 match 3 Mary Rose Dalton Soran who wins 60 euro. Sellers prize Pat Devine. Jackpot 7,600 euro. Draw in the Stags Head for month of October at 9.30pm on Monday nights.
A bus will travel to Comhaltas headquarters, Culturlann na hEireann Monkstown Dublin on Sunday evening at 5.30pm for a farewell concert for the group travelling to America on tour. The group includes Elaine Reilly from Ballymore, Granard. We wish Elaine and all her compatriots a safe journey. Anyone wishing to travel to this concert please contact phone no 086 8119444 immediately.
Congrats to Lorraine, daughter of Willie and Margaret Keogh, Listrahee and Michael, son of John & Liz Duke, Legan, who were married on September 9 in Santa Domingo Church, Venalmandena, Spain. Best man was Sean Duke and groomsman Eoin McCormack. Chief bridesmaid was Karen Keogh and bridesmaid Caroline Waters. A large group of family and friends travelled over to Spain and enjoyed food and wine in the Sunset Beach restaurant. We wish the newly weds health and happiness in the years ahead.
Collectors for October 7pm - Tommy Nugent, 11am John Baxter and Seamus Cahill. Counters: Frank Rehill and Anne Treacy.
Congrats to both River Crescent and Cois na hAbhainn who both finished 2nd place in their sections of Longford County Councils Better Estates awards. Well done also to Zara and Zach Coyle River Crescent who were winners in the poster competition also organised by the council.
For a copy of the Ashe Hall opening concert place your order with myself or Carmel Reynolds. 10 euro each.
A meeting will be held in Currycahill Hall on Monday, 7 October at 8.30pm A crafts session will commence. New members very welcome.