Ballinagh

REGRETTED DEATH

REGRETTED DEATH

There was general regret in her native town and surrounding districts with the news of the death in New York of Kathleen Sheridan formerly of Cavan road Ballinagh. As a young girl Kathleen was extremely popular in her native district where her courtesy, kindness and good humour endeared her to young and old. To her son Cyril and relatives I extend the sympathy of our community. May her gentle soul rest in peace.

LEARNING COURSE

Internet and technology safety classes for parents takes place from Tuesday 14th June at 7.30pm for six weeks. To reserve a place call Ciara on 049 4353968. Topics include cyber bullying mobile phone safety dangers of social networking internet security.

GOOD NEWS

Can often be a scarce commodity. But this week’s announcement that a period of fine weather bordering on a heatwave comes our way commencing this week is very welcome news coming after 4 weeks of wet and windy weather. The bank holiday weekend will see a big number of visitors in the district which will be very welcome.

PILGRIMAGE

A number of local pilgrims joined the Kilmore Diocesan Pilgrimage which travelled to Lourdes on Friday.

SOSAD

Is a voluntary charity and in connection with same an open evening will be held in the Pastoral Centre Cullies on this Wednesday June 1st at 8pm. Everyone is welcome.

TIDY TOWNS

The local Tidy Towns Committee are working very hard to have the town looking at its best for this years national Tidy Towns Competition which commences on June 1st.

GOOD WISHES

For a speedy recovery to all people from the district who are presently ill with many in hospital and others recovering at home.

SAFETY

Now that the Summer season is with us motorists , motor cyclists and pedestrians and all road users are asked to play their part in road safety during the months of Summer and do please do everything possible to prevent loss of life or serious injury on our roads by slowing down on our journeys.