Kenagh

FIRST COMMUNION: Congratulations and best wishes to all the children from Kenagh National School who received their first Communion on last Saturday May 25th in Saint Dominics Church. Their names are as follows Gavin Bawle, Kevin Byrne, Lillian Casserly, Niamh Farrell, Amy Ganley, Michaela Hall, Aoibhin Kelly,Conor McGann, Jack Madigan, Ellyn Montgomery, Lorna Quinn and Eamon Smith. The children were very well prepared by their teacher Miss Lennon and Mr Farrelly who prepared the choir. Refreshments were served by the Parents Association in the Community Centre

FIRST COMMUNION: Congratulations and best wishes to all the children from Kenagh National School who received their first Communion on last Saturday May 25th in Saint Dominics Church. Their names are as follows Gavin Bawle, Kevin Byrne, Lillian Casserly, Niamh Farrell, Amy Ganley, Michaela Hall, Aoibhin Kelly,Conor McGann, Jack Madigan, Ellyn Montgomery, Lorna Quinn and Eamon Smith. The children were very well prepared by their teacher Miss Lennon and Mr Farrelly who prepared the choir. Refreshments were served by the Parents Association in the Community Centre

BLOOD DONOR CLINIC: There will be a blood donor clinic in the Longford Arms Hotel on this coming Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday May 28th, 29th and 30th between 4.30 and 8pm on each day. Blood donations are always greatly appreciated.

HOME FROM USA: A belated welcome home to Geraldine Carberry formerly of Kenagh who has returned to her native heath from New York after an absence of almost twenty years. Geraldine stayed with her sister Maureen Miley where she enjoyed a well earned holiday for the past two weeks. While at home she visited all her siblings, relatives extended family and all her friends and neighbours. She was amazed at all the changes since she left Kenagh especially all the new houses, the new families and all the other social changes which have made the parish so different from when she left in the nineteen ninties. We look forward to her visit again in the not too distant future.

PROGRESSIVE TWENTY FIVE: Winners in Saint Dominics Centre last Thursday night were Mary and Tommy thirteen games they win eighty euro. Peter and Freda ten games they win eighty euro. Peter and Freda ten games they win fifty euro. Table prizes Billy and William Barry and Dan they win twenty euro each. Raffle Packie Feeney, Bernie Walshe, Betty Gerety Elizabeth Clyne, Mary Sweeney and Betty Gerety all win ten euro each.

SOCIAL EVENING: The social evening for the senior citizens of the parish and surrounding areas will be held in Saint Dominics Centre on Monday afternoon June 10th. All the senior citizens of the locality are invited to come and enjoy the fare which will be served up by the Kenagh social group.

CANAL NEWS: Next weekend (June Bank Holiday) Mosstown Harbour and the environs of the Royal Canal will be the centre of activity for boat enthusiasts. A floatilla of barges and other canal boats will tie up for the weekend. The boats are coming from the North of Ireland and will travel by the Leitrim canal route before entering the Royal at Clondra. The visitors will be suitably entertained by members of the Foigha Kenagh group. All are welcome to attend and take part.

WINNERS: Congratulations to Gav’s Bar Darts club who won the Ballymahon district league and cup on the last two consecutive Fridays May 24 and 17th.

LOTTO: The numbers drawn in Kenagh GAA Lotto last Sunday night were 1,22,27, 30. There was one match three winner Yvonne Delaney Longford wins seventy five euro. Next draw in Gavs Bar on Monday June 3rd.

FUNDRAISER: Don’t forget the canal walk on next Sunday June 2nd in aid of Saint Lukes Cancer Unit.