Congratulations and well done to Vincent Kiernan, Muckerstaff, Coolarty, who has invented an apparatus which will make dosing animals a very easy job. Vincent is well known as a trailer builder and he has now invented the K O DOSER and he displayed his work at the Tullamore show where he was picked up by the Farmers Journal and they encouraged him to take his invention to the National Ploughing Championship which he did and there was great interest in it. The K O DOSER can be seen at work on Youtube or Donedeal by searching ‘KO Doser’ and all Vincent’s details are available there. We wish Vincent the very best with his invention and hope that the K O DOSER will be in big demand.
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Sunday evening November 3rd next will be a special day in Granard as the Longford county choir will play a concert in St. Mary’s church starting at 7pm. A number of special guests will be in attendance and full details will be announced later. All proceeds will go to Lus Na Greine family resource centre and your support will be greatly appreciated. Tickets will be on sale in the coming weeks. On Friday evening November 8th, Bunlahy community group will host a play The Quare Land in the community centre and this promises to be a fun filled night out and also watch out for the St. Vincent de Paul fashion show which will be held in the community centre on Tuesday night October 29th.
Sincere and heartfelt sympathy is extended to Derek and Theresa Fahy and family, Killeen and to the extended Fahy families, on the sudden death of Derek’s brother, Albert in Ballymahon on Thursday last. Also to Lissie and Seamus Boyle and family, Coolcor on the death of Lissie’s sister, Nora McLoughlin in Rathmines last week. Sympathy is also offered to the Gregory family, Springtown on the death of Joe. Also to the O’Neill families, Firmount and Glencar County Kerry on the sad death of Shane. May they rest in peace.
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The organizers of the coffee days held in Bunlahy, Granard and Coolarty recently wish to sincerely thank all who supported them and gave so generously to Longford Hospice Homecare. Thanks also to the Creegan and McElvaney families for the use of their premises.
Congratulations and well done to Sandra Bogan, Coolarty who won her place to the final of Craft Master on RTE 1 on Tuesday last. The prize is a stand at the largest international trade fair in the country SHOWCASE which will be held in January 2014. We wish you the best of luck Sandra.