We extend our deepest sympathy to the Hopkins family on the death of Mary Hopkins, Kilbarry, Ruskey which occurred in recent days. May she rest in peace. Full obiturary notice later. Also sympathy extended to the family of Eddie Frayne, Ruskey village which occurred recently. Eddie was very well known and his untimely passing has saddened many not least his family. May he rest in peace. Full obiturary notice later. Also our sympathies to Cathy Farrell, Mt. Dillon, Curraghroe on the death of her father, Martin Coleman, Creggs, Co. Galway. May she he rest in peace.
This present week is again turning out to be rather wintry. We urge all motorists, pedestrians and others to be vigilant and most careful. We can never trust road surfaces at this time of year. Mornings and evenings are still pretty dark so care is needed by all.
Ladies Circuit training
Ladies Circuit training class will take place in St. Barry’s Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday’s and 8.30pm on Thursday’s. Suitable for all levels of fitness. Call 087-9292378.
It has been decided at a recent meeting held in St. Barry’s clubhouse to have a house to house collection for the house fire victim who lost his house over the Christmas period. The collection will cover the whole area of Tarmonbarry/Scramogue. A function will then be held in the Lodge on Friday, 27th February, where an auction will also be held. There is huge support for the event within the club and we all know that the parish will be fully behind this event. More details to follow.
Registration for St. Barry’s
All people in the Parish associated with St Barry’s GAA are reminded that club registration is now ongoing. Please make contact with any club official or treasurer Eoin O Boyle to be registered for 2015. Fees are 20 euro per child/student, 40euro adult, 60euro family (children up to 18 years). It is so important that anyone involved in club activity be registered.
Our deepest sympathy is extended to Yvonne Frayne on the death of her uncle, James Hogan, Ballymahon, Co. Longford which occurred recently. May he rest in peace.
Speeding in village
Despite all the warnings, traffic including cars, vans and lorries are speeding through village. Despite repeated concerns there is still no action in relation to slowing down traffic. We don’t want to see casualties, people hurt, injured or killed. We urge all people going into village pedestrians, cyclists and motorists and truck drivers to move through village with care in the interest of public safety.
Exposition of Blessed Sacramment
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament will take place on Friday evening at St. Anne’s Church, Scramogue between 6.45pm and 7.45pm.
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