Fun Run

Fun Run

Last Sunday week, the 28th of September was without question an amazing day for both young and old, in our immediate and surrounding communities. Local people along with their families and friends from further afield joined the Lisryan & District Community Development group in the first of our annual fundraising walks/run. It was both heart-warming and uplifting to see such a massive turnout to this event. Our prayers were answered with regards to the weather; God was shining his light and warmth down on us all via the sunshine. Our village looked fantastic and the atmosphere was electric, many people commented on how wonderful the morning was. Afterwards Fr. Joe McGrath presented the many prizes to the participants and dished out the sweets to our younger competitors. The morning ended with a spectacular spread of refreshments in the Crossroads Inn where the buzz of chatting and laughter was music to ones ears. Thank you very much to anyone who played a part in making this event such a success and we look forward to seeing you all and more, same time same place next year. Your support showed our future generation you care and they will follow.

Bonus Ball Draw

Last weeks’ bonus ball was 6 – congrats to the winner – Eleanor Anderson.

There are still a number of unsold numbers, so get in touch if you would like to be in with a shot at the weekly prize.


Fancy yourself as the next Gene Kelly? Want to learn or brush up on your foxtrot, waltz, jive or quickstep? Then we have just the thing - dancing classes continuing weekly Wednesday nights in the Crossroads Inn at 9pm.

Streete Wildlife Club

On behalf of the club, we thank everyone who has given sponsorship to the Tommy Denning Dublin City Marathon run in aid of the Irish Cancer Society, and for anyone who may wish to give a donation, full details and cards are in the shops or from Padraig 087-2057847, Willie 086-2582370 or Seamus 087-6213500. Best of luck to Barry Sullivan and Seamus Denning who have been nominated for a number of positions at the NARGC annual general meeting in Athlone this weekend. The club offer its sympathy to the Johnny Kiernan, Kilmore on the death of his brother in England recently