Tarmonbarry notes



Corr: Eugene Murphy. Tel: 086 2507590

Soccer Champions.

Pride of place in our notes this week goes to Ballyfeeney National School where their girls soccer team won the B Co Final last week. The girls defeated Ballyleague in the Final. A great honour for the school and well done to the girls and their teacher Mr. Flynn. There was great excitement when the word came through from Lecarrow that we had been crowned Co. Champions for Co. Roscommon.

Cul Camps Employment

Opportunities exist for 3rd Level students in the GAA Cul Camps run by Roscommon Coaching & Games Development. See St Barry’s Facebook or gaaroscommon.ie for details on how to apply.

Community Cycle

Community Cycle takes place each Monday evening at 7.30pm. It takes off from Centra shop. Lets all join in and get involved for the Summer months.

Art Classes

Adult Art sessions continue Wednesday mornings at Waterways Ireland building, Clondra. Also ongoing classes for children on Saturday mornings. Call Jeanne at 087-6158772 (evenings please) for further information.

50\50 Draw

Result: Winner John Flanagan 200 euro, Michelle Wallace 50 euro.

Tidy Towns

Tidy Towns judging will soon be taking place. Village looking well. Keep all litter off the the streets and footpaths. Flowers and hanging baskets look great.

Wedding bells

Congratulations to Doreen Fallon, Whitehall and Fergal Hanly, Scramogue who were recently married in Church of Sacred Heart, Whitehall. Reception was held in Kilronan Castle. Good luck to the happy couple for the future.


A jog/Walk will take place on Wednesday 15th July at 7.30pm. Reg fee 10 euro. Family of four (2 adults and 2 children under 16) 25 euro. Registration at Ruskey Community Centre between 6 and 7pm on evening of event. Proceeds in aid of Ruskey Church Restoration Fund.

100km Cycle

The date for the annual Cycle event has been set for Sunday, 16th of August. As usual, there is a 100K, 50K & 20K Family cycle. As part of the preparation, the weekly Monday evening community cycle is back on, leaving Centra at 7.30pm.

Kilashee GAA says thanks

St. Bridget’s GAA Kilashee would like to thank all those who supported their recent night a the dogs held in Longford Greyhound Stadium, to all who bought tickets and attended on the night. To all the advertiser, we thank you for advertising in our race booklet. Without all of your help we could not survive. Thank you most sincerely.

Lourdes collection.

Annual church gate collection will take place on next weekend 27th and 28th June. Please support.


Church gate collection taken up recently at Whitehall Church for Plan Ireland raised 205.56 euro. Thanks to all who supported this collection.