Community Games success: Great news to report this week on Community Games front as our swimmers had a great weekend. Gold for Aidan O’Boyle, silver for Laoise Nerney, silver Daire O Muiri, Elizabeth O’Boyle and Alaidh ni Muiri just missed out on bronze. In relay swimming under 13, Elizabeth, Alaidh, Laoise and Molly ni Muiri just missed out on bronze. Well done to all our swimmers. Basketball - Well done to both the boys and girls under 13 teams who won their matches recently and are now through to the Co. Final this coming Sunday, 14th April. Again well done to all our basketballers.
Whitehall National School: Enrolment forms are available for Whitehall National School for new pupils starting 2013. Contact Robert Chalmers at 043 3326399.
Sympathy extended: We extend sympathy this week to Marguerite Feeney, Ashbrook, Scramogue on the death of her brother, Gerry Gilleran, Kilteevan who passed away recently. May he rest in peace.
Cloonfower NS: Enrolment forms for Cloonfower School are now available from the school contact 071-96-38177 or alternatively forms can be downloaded from their website www.cloonfours.ie
Pilgrimage to Medjugorge: Pilgrimage to Medjugorge 6 - 13 May staying beside church some rooms left cost from €520, details contact Tommy 0449371787 / 0876851691.
Macra na Feirme: We wish the best of luck to Tarmonbarry/Scramogue Macra na Feirme who will take part in the National Drama semi finals on this Saturday 13th April at 8pm in St. Bridget’s Hall, Tubbercurry, Co.Sligo. All in the parish wish them well.
Fianna Fail: A meeting recently took place in Keenan’s, Tarmonbarry to discuss the new structure within the party. There was a wide ranging discussion on the new system and a general consensus that the new system could be the way forward. At least 15 members signed up to the new system and its anticipated that more will join up in the coming weeks. Cllr Eugene Murphy entered into a wide ranging discussion with those present on the new structure of the party and also on addressing the success rate with work for the Community of the locality. Some of those present urged Cllr Murphy to publish works carried out following his representation and let people know of his success on different issues. Cllr Murphy retorted that he was not one for publishing continuous notes of what he got done as he felt the people who approach him in the first place are well aware he gets the work done, however he would publish such notes if that’s what the delegates wished him to do. He also said the roads programme was published each year and that’s where all details of road works for the area were published. He informed the meeting that he had the 2013 copy and anyone who wanted to check a road can have all the details from him. The meeting concluded with a vote of sympathy passed to Mick Fleming on the recent death of his two sisters and Mary Doherty, Tarmonbarry and Mary Cox, Kilbarry on the death of their mother. Also sympathies were extended to all others who had lost loved ones. Rest in Peace.