TODDLER GROUP: The mother and toddler group meet every Monday morning 10.30 – 12.30 in Currycahill Hall. Babies and children up to school age. All welcome.
DEEPEST SYMPATHY: Deepest sympathy to Rosaleen Lennon and family Lislea on the death of her sister Maura McManus RIP.
DEEPEST SYMPATHY: Deepest sympathy to Maura Murray and Tess Brady Aughnashannagh & families on the death of their aunt Maureen Rodgers. RIP.
DEEPEST SYMPATHY: Deepest sympathy to Lill Smith and family Soran on the death of her mother Betty Reynolds recently RIP.
GYM: Membership of the gym for 2013 is now due. Cost 150 euro per person. Contact Andy McNamee or Michael Carrigy.
QUIZ RESULT: The winners of the Connemara Pony Show quiz held recently were John Kane, James Vessey Seamus Coyle and Niall Rawle who defeated Ken Percival, Niamh O’Byrne, Seamus O’Byrne and Dolores O’Byrne on a tie break question.
HILLSDIE CLUB: will have a meeting on Wednesday next in Curraghcahill Hall at 11am. Carmel’s team on duty.
PASTORAL COUNCIL: Clonbroney parish pastoral council for February will take place in the Resource Room Holy Trinity Church Ballinalee on Wednesday next at 8.30pm. Agenda and minutes will be circulated over the weekend.
CLONBRONEY PARISH FINANCE COMMITTEE: will meet on Thursday next in the Resource Room Holy Trinity church at 8pm.
THOMAS ASHE HALL FUNDRAISER: before the parish hall is closed for refurbishment on Monday March 4 the hall committee is staging a hilarious play entitled The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley by playwright Jimmy Kearey presented by the Acorn Players, well known in the Leitrim Cavan area. Your support will be appreciated. Tickets 10 euro are available from Micheal Carrigy and at the entrance door to the play. As you probably know Micheal Carrigy has obtained grant aid of 75% for the project. The parish has contributed 125000 euro. The hall committee hopes to make up the shortfall of some 750000 euro by fundraising, starting with this play. Your support will be much appreciated. Father Brian.
COMMUNITY ALERT: Re personal monitored alarms. The monitoring station Athlone has requested that personal alarm holders test their alarm on a regular basis (every 4 – 6 weeks) by pressing the alarm button. By doing this you are ensuring the little battery in the pendant is kept charged. Just press the button and when answered say that you are testing the system. Otherwise if pressed in an emergency your call may not register at the monitoring station and help will not then be contacted.