29 Jun 2022


Community alert

Community alert

There will be a meeting of Kenagh Community Alert in Saint Dominic’s Centre on this Wednesday night, November 6th at 8pm. All townlands in the Kenagh District should be represented. People who have not paid their five euro for text connection are asked to pay now in order to get the full benefits of the text alert system.

Irish dancing classes

Irish dancing classes will resume in St Dominic’s Community Centre, Kenagh from this Monday, 4th November at 5.30pm following Halloween break. Children all ages welcome. Further enquiries to Maureen on 086 3702719.


Don’t forget the monthly whist drive in the Lecture Hall, Kenagh, Tuesday night, November 12th at 8.30pm. Refreshments will be served.


Kenagh guild of ICA will be holding their monthly meeting on Monday night, November 11 at 8.30pm in Saint Dominic’s Community Centre. All members please attend.


The numbers drawn in Kenagh GAA Lotto last Monday night October 28th were 16,19, 22, 29. There were two match three winners. Emma Mooney, Hill of Down, County Meath and Mary and Richie Kenny, Foigha, win forty euro each.


The organising committee of Kenagh Halloween party wish to thank all the parents who brought along their children to take part in the fun associated with Halloween. It was a most enjoyable event even though the rain did threaten on a few occasions. Thanks also to all who worked so hard to make the party such a success. All the children got treats and the adults were equally well looked after by the two ladies who concocted the magic brew. Thanks also to the musicians, the fireworks expert and those who lit the fire, put up the tent and supplied the generator. Thanks also to all who donated food and money and the supervisors. A great night was had by all.

Tea party

A fundraising tea party for the forthcoming children’s playground will be held in Saint Dominic’s Centre on Saturday night, November 23rd. For those who have no experience of such tea parties, one or two people are invited to set up a supper table in the centre. Then bring in their own food and invite their friends or neighbours to partake of the food on that particular table. All local organisations are asked to set up one or two tables along with individuals who might wish to go it alone. Each person will pay ten pound for the privilege of being invited.


Congratulations and best wishes to Michael Egan, Kenagh and Orla Sheehan, Rathowen who were married in St Dominic’s Church, Kenagh on last Saturday November 2nd. Chief celebrant of the wedding ceremony was Father Tom Barden, assisted by Father Francis Hanlon, cousin of the groom. Maid of honour was Jaclyn Sheehan and bridesmaids were Lydia Walsh, Katrina Leogue and Janet Ledwith. Bestman was Paul Duggan and groomsmen were John Egan, Johnny Rhatigan and Colm McCloughery. Flower girl was Arianne Egan. The gifts were brought up by Monica Walshe and Rose Egan. Church music was rendered by Fran and Ailish Deffew. The reception was held in the Mullingar Park Hotel which was enjoyed by a very large circle of relatives, friends and neighbours of both bride and groom. We wish the happy couple many years of wedded bliss.


The numbers drawn in the Kenagh GAA Lotto for November 3rd were 2, 22, 27, 29. There were three match winners Tommy Farrell, Barry; Niamh Egan, Terlicken; Christine and Mickey, Kenagh all get thirty euro each.

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