Cloone

CLOONE ICA GUILD: will hold their next meeting on next Monday night at 8pm new time in community centre 12/11/12.Classes continue each Monday night in centre , all are welcome , be in with the crowd, knitting or stitching its a new craze from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.

CLOONE ICA GUILD: will hold their next meeting on next Monday night at 8pm new time in community centre 12/11/12.Classes continue each Monday night in centre , all are welcome , be in with the crowd, knitting or stitching its a new craze from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.

AUGHAVAS/CLOONE ACTIVE AGE HARVEST DANCE: in Cloone Community Centre on Thursday 8th Nov ,’12 from 9- 12.30. All invited to come for fun, food and lots of dancing.

OIL PAINTING CLASSES: With Martin Fullen will continue in Cloone Community Centre from Wed 31st October at 11. 2 places still available. Book Anne Guilfoyle at 087 2209184.

PRAY FOR: the happy repose of the soul of Desmond O’Higgins late of Cloone who died in England during the week.

ACE WORKER REQUIRED: ACE worker required for Gortletteragh and Cloone/Aughavas community playschools. Please contact either of the following numbers for further details 086 8382545 087 9958197.

CLOONE GATHERING: Cloone Gathering & school re-union. At a well attended meeting held in Cloone Community Centre on Monday 29th of October, it was decided to proceed with the organising of a school’s reunion in conjunction with “The National Gathering” for August 2013. The following committee were elected .Chairperson Seamus Tiernan, vice chairperson Eugene Mitchell, Secretaries Moira Clancy , Angela Cunningham and Michelle Dimmock, treasurers Teresa Slevin and Monica Reynolds,research Evelyn Kelly PRO Michael Solon. Our next meeting will be held in Cloone Community Centre on Sunday night 4th of November from 8pm – 9pm. Since this will be a community event all persons interested in providing addresses , photographs , articles or helping out in any way will be welcome.

AUGHAVAS/CLOONE ACTIVE AGE: On Thursday last the 25th Oct 44 of our members had a most enjoyable evening. We started with a lovely meal in Mitchells Restaurant, Carrigallen followed by a visit to the Cornmill Theatre to see the very funny play “For Club & County” written by the talented author Seamus O’Rourke. Our thanks and appreciation goes to the organisers who arranged the transport, booked the meal and the theatre.