Drumlish and Ballinamuck December 31



New Year Greetings to all readers of these notes at home and far away. WE wish everyone at home and abroad a happy healthy and prosperous and Peaceful New Year We welcome all our visitors from overseas who are holidaying with family and friends in the area this Christmas holiday season We hope you all have a very happy enjoyable time with family and friends. Special New Year greetings to all those away from home at this time - our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We hope you will all be able to make the journey home some time during 2011. Sincere good wishes and thanks to the Management and staff of the Longford Leader for all their help and support throughout the year, and to all those who sent notes for this column throughout the year. Ath Bhliain faoi maise dobh go lir.


Annagh Lake Committee wish to thank all the parents and children who supported and took part in theWater Safety Classes this year. T all those who donated monies and supported the annual Church gate Collection we say thank you . We wish you all a very happy and peaceful 2011.


Tuesday 28th Feast of Holy Innocents Drumlish 12 noon; Wednesday 29th Drumlish12 noon/7.30pm; Thursday 30th. Drumlish 12.30pm (Wedding)

Friday 31st New Year's Eve Drumlish 7.30pm ; B'muck7.30pm; Saturday Jan 1st New Year's Day/World Peace Day 12 noon/7.30pm

Sunday Jan 2nd 12 noon 10.30am


St Vincent's Minor GAA Club are holding a fundraising function in Dillon's Ballinamuck on Sunday night next Januart 2nd. Subscription optional Music by NIte Fever. Your support would be sincerely appreciated.


Drumlish Senior Citizens Party will take place on Sunday 9th January in the Olde Village Inn. All are welcome.


Ballinamuck Bingo resumes on January 4th weather permitting.


Quinn: The death took place at her residence Greagh Drumlish of Mrs Margaret Quinn(nee Grimes). To her son Johnnie, daughters Mona(Davis) and Peggy, brother Danny daughter-in-law Brigid, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends we extend our deepest and sincere sympathy. Ar dheis De go raibh a n-anaim dls. Go ndana Dia Trcaire ar a n-ainm go lir.