26 Jun 2022


Collection: Collection at both Masses next weekend 8th & 9th June in aid of Irish Cancer Society.

Collection: Collection at both Masses next weekend 8th & 9th June in aid of Irish Cancer Society.

Cemetery clean-up: Cloncallow Cemetery clean up will commence on Tuesday June 11th at 7pm. 
It would be appreciated if anybody who has any free time to spare could make a special effort to attend and give a helping hand on the evening concerned and any evenings that will follow.

TIDY TOWNS: Thanks to all who helped in the last two weeks in preparation for Tidy Towns Competition. The judging will take place anytime from this weekend so please keep our parish “litter free”. Our thanks to the Tidy Towns Committee for all your hard work and efforts to enhance our Parish.

Well done Aisling: Congrats Aisling who made it all the way to Tralee after her great performance in the regional finals in Portlaoise last weekend. We hope you enjoy the whole experience with your family and friends.

WEDDING: Congratulations and best wishes to Pearl Doherty & Charlie McDonagh who were married on Tuesday in Tang.

Set dancing: Classes have finished for the summer months and will resume in September.  Thanks to all who attended and to Tom and Eileen for their valued tuition.

GAA CLUB LOTTO: Results 27th May: No’s 1, 10, 23, 27. Draw 4 winners: €25: Paddy Donoghue (S: Frank Donoghue); Chloe & Nathan Duffy (S: Jimmy Duffy); Damien Gill (S: Damien Gill); Stephen McGee (S: Canal Turn).

PROGRESSIVE 25: Fridays at 9.15pm - Tang Community Centre. Results Friday 24th May - Joint 1st: Johno & Barry & Liz & Niall. Raffle: Joe Slevin, Mary Flanagan and Pat Lennon. Tables: Jim & Kitty, Tom & Pat.

Goldsmith International Literary Festival: 31st May-2nd June 2013 - Sunday 2nd June 12.00 noon: Goldsmith Room, Ballymahon Community Library: Goldsmith Miscellany. Sunday 3.30p.m: Pallas, Birthplace of Goldsmith. Poetry readings, presentation of awards and readings by well known poet Rita Kelly. Cheese and Wine and music by Gerry Bohan. We wish everyone involved an enjoyable and successful Festival.

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