The Motor Neurone Disease Association are hosting a charity dinner dance in the Lough Rynn Castle on Saturday, 4 April 2015. Tickets cost 45 euro pp to include arrival drinks, reception, five course meal with wine plus music by Gobsmacked and special guest appearances. Further information contact Lough Rynn Hotel reception or to book tickets tel 071 9632700 www.loughrynn.ie.
The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association wish to thank everyone for their recent contributions at our church gate collection within the parish, amount 694.15 euro. In appreciation to all.
Congratulations to the pioneer team from St Theresa’s NS, Clontumpher who attained 2nd place last week in the U-13 table quiz and now participate in the Leinster final to be held in Mountmellick on Sunday, 29 March 2015. The parish extend well done and good luck in final. Any youth 18 years or over who would wish to become pioneers are very welcome to enroll now.
St Mary’s Ennybegs, Masses Wednesday/ Thursday at 10am, Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 7.30pm (note earlier mass time due to drama productions in Ennybegs Community Centre). Exposition blessed sacrament in both churches Wednesdays 6 – 9pm. Easter confessions in the parish churches on Tuesday 31 March 2015 at 8pm. Visiting priests available. St Olivers Cullyfad mass Tuesday 31 March 2015 will be celebrated at 10am.
The parish express sincere condolence to Mary McKenna and families, UK, Kelly families, Kilnacarrow, McKenna families, Rhyne/ Knockloughlin on the sad bereavement of Mary’s husband, Bernie (late of Kilnacarrow, Killoe and long time member of the Longford Association London) and father of Joseph and Mary who was laid to rest in Kilfonora, Clare last week. Also condolence to the Carolan families, Scotland, Petie and Kevin Carolan and families USA, Lucy Brady, (nee Carolan) and families, Mullinalaghta on the sad bereavement of their brother, Paddy (late of Ohill, Killoe) who was laid to rest in Scotland. Also condolence to the Carroll families, Knockgranne,y Co Roscommon, Bones families, Co Mayo, Mrs Margaret Toher, (nee Bones) and families, Ennybegs, Killoe on the sad bereavement of her sister, Anni Carroll (nee Bones) who was laid to rest last week in Co Roscommon. May all their souls rest peacefully.
Congratulations to Mervyn Leonard, Esker, Killoe and Edel Sheridan, Drumlish who achieved winning success in last week’s Strictly Come Dancing event. Well good man Mervyn, you proved that the Killoe men can strut their stuff too. All the ladies will want to perform a Strictly dance with you now Mervyn. Well done to you both.
Pioneer members in the parish who qualify for 25 or 50 years abstinence may apply for their silver or gold pins. The Fr Cullen medal is also awarded to life time members (50 years or over). Further information contact Geraldine Clarke, Ohill 086 3265655, John Browne, Kiltyreher 043 33 41162 Fr Sean Casey 086 8276280.
Booklets titled “resting in peace in old Killoe” are now available for sale at 5 euro each from any committee members or at Hughes shop, Ennybegs including a map showing location of headstones/tombstones plus listing of names.
Lotto numbers drawn weekend 15/3/15 – 1, 5, 12, 20. 20 euro winners Joe Lynch, Lettergunnell; Michael Lynch, Clonrollagh; Marian Prendergast, Aughaboy; Michael Quinn, Ballincurry; John Patsy McKenna, Ohill. Sellers prize: Gerry Rowley. Jackpot 3000 euro.
Cilloe Yew Tree Players
Drama group staging a JB Keane production of “Many young men of twenty”. Producer Pat Doherty in Ennybegs Community Centre, Killoe on Saturday 28/ Sunday 29 / Monday 30 March 2015. Doors open at 8pm, show commences at 8.30pm. Cost 10 euro per ticket with booking essential tel 087 2911994.
Hard luck to our U-10 Gaelic football team who were beaten in the final against Carrickedmond. Thank you to Aidan Keogh, Kevin Dooner, Sean Maguire and Alan Reynolds for all their work and thanks also to the children who played their hearts out. Commiserations but also well done to our U-11 mixed basketball team on coming runner up in the county final against Longford South. The work of their managers Jack O’Driscoll, Yvonne Prendergast and Rebecca McVeigh is much appreciated. Swimming - If there is anyone interested in participating in the Swimming, please text David at 086 1769501. The categories are: 1- length Freestyle U8 Boys & Girls; 1-length Freestyle U10 Boys & Girls; 1- length Backstroke U10 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Freestyle U12 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Breaststroke U12 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Backstroke U12 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Freestyle U14 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Breaststroke U14 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Backstroke U14 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Butterfly U14 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Freestyle U16 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Backstroke U16 Boys & Girls; 2-lengths Butterfly U16 Boys & Girls; Squad (4x1 length Freestyle + 2 subs) U13 Boys & Girls; Squad (4x50m Medley + 2 subs) U16 Boys & Girls. The committee would like to convey their condolences to Ray Murphy on the death of his father, Peter Murphy. Our sincere sympathy also goes to the Linnane family on the death of Gearoid’s mother recently.
Cullyfad bingo this Wednesday night at 8.30pm. This week the bonus number is worth €1,560 with €960 to be won on “Spin the Wheel”. Meanwhile our Easter Bingo is coming up on Wednesday, 1st April with plenty of Easter eggs to be won on the night. This is a night not to be missed. We look forward to meeting you.