Arthritis Ireland (Longford branch) are starting seated pilates classes in Lanesboro Community Centre, starting on Wednesday, September 25th at 11.15am for six weeks. Cost will be thirty euro per person. Places are limited so book in time. Call Lorretta Doyle at 086 8160080 to book a place.
Mother and toddler
Mother and Toddler Group will be meeting every Wednesday morning in Sticky Fingers pre school (upstairs) from now on. All mothers in the locality with toddlers are invited to come and take part. Starting time 9.30am until 12 noon.
There will be a quiz night in aid of ISPCA on Friday, 19th September at 8.30pm in Gav’s Bar. Teams of 4 – 10 euro per person. Cash prize for winning team, also there will be a raffle on the night. Please come and support and spread the word.
Training sessions are every Monday evening from 6.30 to 7.15pm at Saint Dominic’s GAA grounds for all juveniles aged 9 to 14 and little athletics aged 6 to 9. Senior training from 7.30 to 8.30pm. We also meet on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings to keep up the training progress. The club is affiliated to Longford Athletic Club who will provide training and support. Membership is not parish based. Children and adults are all welcome to join our club from surrounding areas are welcome to join. Come along to Saint Dominic’s GAA grounds on any Monday evening. Membership fees, child twenty euro, adults twenty euro, family rate fifty euro. For further information contact Amanda Horkan at 086 8167678 or Declan Donohoe at 086 8074295.
Winners at Kenagh Centre last Thursday night were Barney and Eugene, eighty euro, Barry and Josie fifty euro. Table prizes: Mary and Tommy, Billy and William, all win twenty euro each. Raffle: Betty Geraghty, Liam McHugh, Packie Feeney, Betty Geraghty, Liam McHugh and Betty Geraghty, all win ten euro each.
The volunteers who took up the church gate collection at Saint Domninic’s church, Kenagh recently wish to thank all those who contributed so generously. The amount collected was 248 euro. Thanks also to the volunteers who took up the collection.
The results from the national Tidy Towns marking were published last Monday. The markings for Kenagh village have been most pleasing to all concerned. The number of marks obtained by Kenagh village increased by ten points over last years results. Total marking obtained for 2014 were 266 which is very favourable when compared with other villages in the county. Almost all sections of the competition showed an increase over last year. The report is very detailed and very complimentary to the Kenagh and district Development Association. The local FAS workers and their supervisor and of course the owners and caretakers of buildings and open areas. The markings received by Kenagh puts it into a very challenging position for the immediate future. Headings under which judgements were made are as follows community planning, streetscape, built environment, landscaping,wildlife habitats, sustainable waste and resource management,tidiness and litter control, residential streets and housing areas, approach roads, streets and lanes. Thanks to all concerned and here’s to the future. We also send congratulations to all our neighbouring villages who continue to maintain such a high standard at national level down through the years.
We send a hearty cead mile failte to the new parish priest of Carrickedmond Father Charley Healy who takes up residence there this week.
The numbers drawn in Kenagh GAA Lotto for September 14th were 4, 21, 24, 29. No match three winner. The following names were drawn, Celine Chapman, Knockavagen; Tom Fagan, Newtowncashel; McGrath family, Abbeyderg and Sean and Margaret Percival, Corlea, all win twenty euro each.
Well done to the Irish squad who travelled to Denmark at the weekend for the European Karate championships. Sensi Ciaran Wadd was one of the team of 15 along with Sensi Alan Smith. The team arrived back in Dublin airport proudly supporting 2 gold medals and one silver medal. We congratulate all of the squad for their efforts and wish Ciaran and other JKS members every success as they start their studies this week in Trinity College Dublin.