Corr: Aine Brady Tel: 0863938595. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fitness Centre
Make a first for yourself. So let your ‘first’ be a step In the right direction in Monaduff Gym, contact Gabriel 087-2189517.
We remember in our prayer Elizabeth Kiernan. We offer our sincerest sympathies to Pat O’Toole and family, Ballinamuck, the Kiernan and O’Toole, families, Annagh, Moyne and the McGuire, Legga. May she rest in Peace.
We pray for the repose of the soul of Anna-Maria Conlon, nee Gill, Bronx, New York, formally Corrick, Drumlish, who died on the 5th August, aged 104. To her nephew, John Michael Gill, Drumlish, Carmel, Rooskey; Anna May UK and Rosetta, Meath and all her family and friends we extend our deepest sympathies.
We remember Peter Reilly, late of Bandra, Drumlish who was buried at the weekend. To his brother Joseph, sisters, Helen and Annabe, family and friends, we offer our deepest sympathies.
Breath Stretch and Relax
Beginners and Improvers 6 week YOGA course start Thursday 17th September at 7.30 in the Village Inn, Drumlish. Bring a mat, a bottle of water, and wear comfortable clothing.
Exercises for beginners and Improvers at 7p.m. with a fully qualified and experienced Instructor. Contact 0872868254 for further details.
Walk A Mile with Emily
Congratulations and well done to everyone who turned up and walked a mile for Emily. This brave little girl has the rare disease, Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis. Last Sunday a huge crowd joined in the walk and just saw off the rain. Both young and old enjoyed the social outing for this worthy cause. The family would like to thank everyone for their support and to everyone who gave generously and wore something blue.
Set dancing classes
Set Dancing classes resume at the Welcome Inn in Cornageeha, Gortletteragh on Tuesday, the 22nd of September at 9pm. All are welcome.
The Darren McGlynn Memorial Tractor Run from Rooskey/Tarmonbarry is on September 27th. Everyone is invited to attend.
Pride of Place presentations to the adjudicators took place on Tuesday last. Special thanks to all who worked so hard to present their premises (lived in or not) to a very high standard - and to all who kept the kerbs litter free and grass manicured. We were selected, we ran the race and did all we could, and now it is wait and see. Thanks to all who spoke on behalf of their community group- the first time all parish groups (Sports/Active Age /Snr. Citizens /Community Centre/ Marquee Festival & Drumlish Enhancement, were under one roof giving an account of what they do - The adjudicators did point out that Pride of Place is the only forum where this happens. The presentations were as interesting as they were different and made for interesting reflection. It was a happy day for all who took part including the senior classes of St. Mary’s NS who welcomed the party with their few tunes on the tin whistles in the outdoor sunshine at the beautifully landscaped beds at the Community Centre.
Public Lecture on one of Drumlishs’ most famous sons, William O’Higgins who was born in Barraghbeg and who laid the foundation stone for that ‘glorious undertaking’ - St. Mel’s Cathedral in the 1840s - The lecture will take place on the 15th October in Drumlish Community Centre and is part of the Longford Historical Society series of Autumn Lectures.
An appeal is being made to find a lost cat named ‘Bucko’. He is a brown Tabby with no tail and no hair on his tummy. He was spotted in a housing estate in Drumlish very recently and if anyone has seen ‘Bucko’ or can be of any assistance, can they please contact 086 1525902 or 086 8304131. Thank you.
Congratulations and best wishes to Rebecca Etienne, daughter of Pascal and Joan, Sliabh Cairbre and Paddy Doyle, Carlow who were married recently.
Mohill Computer Training are currently taking applications for their QQI Level 5 Computer Applications for the Workplace Course due to commence on Monday 5th October 2015. Further details and application forms available from 071 9632024 or email@example.com; mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Guild will hold their first meeting after the summer on next Wednesday, September 16th at 8.30pm in the ‘98 Hall. All members please attend to plan for Winter programme. New members welcome.