Drumkeerin

Tidy Towns Clean Up: The Tidy Towns committee once again wishes to thank all those who volunteered to help with work groups the last three Wednesdays. A lot of good work was done and the village and approach roads are looking well, well reasonably well. There are still some unsightly spots. Now all we can do is hope and wish that the will very soon receive attention. We ask volunteers to come out this Wednesday evening to complete the good work began some weeks ago. Please assemble on the Square at 7.00 pm.

Tidy Towns Clean Up: The Tidy Towns committee once again wishes to thank all those who volunteered to help with work groups the last three Wednesdays. A lot of good work was done and the village and approach roads are looking well, well reasonably well. There are still some unsightly spots. Now all we can do is hope and wish that the will very soon receive attention. We ask volunteers to come out this Wednesday evening to complete the good work began some weeks ago. Please assemble on the Square at 7.00 pm.

A Great Weekend: There was a carnival atmosphere around Drumkeerin last weekend. The air was alive with music, song and dance. Everywhere there were happy faces. So a big thank you to the John McKenna Traditional Irish Music committee for organising a most enjoyable weekend.

Litter: It is regrettable to see that litter is once again evident in many areas around the village and approach roads. A great improvement in litter awareness had been evident for some time. However, a fortnight ago volunteers lifted eight full bags. Last Wednesday a considerable amount was lifted. Two ladies with children at the children’s playground , Carrick Road Amenity Area, lifted two bags of litter in that area. It is evident that some people are putting domestic waste into the litter bins. This causes the bins to soon over fill and litter is found beside the bins. Please stop doing this. Our community deserves better.

Children’s Summer Scheme: Drumkeerin Children’s Summer Scheme are holding a surf camp in Bundoran, for 7-12 year olds, from Monday, 5th August till Friday, 9th August. Cost €70 per child, reduction for siblings. Cost includes hire of wetsuit and surf board and transport. Children do not need to know how to swim. Enrolment will take place on Wednesday, 12th June at 6.30pm in the youth club.

North Leitrim Women’s Centre: The AGM of the North Leitrim Women’s Centre will take place on Friday, 5th July at 6.30pm in the Women’s Centre. Everybody welcome. Watch this space for further details.

Monster Charity Bingo Night: Oon Sun 16th June @ 9pm in the Bee Park Centre, Manorhamilton in aid of North West Simon Community – www.northwestsimon.ie North West Simon Community is one of 8 Simon Communities of Ireland, working to prevent people from becoming homeless in Leitrim, Sligo & Donegal through the tenancy sustainment programme, working on a one to one basis with service users in Leitrim and providing lifeskills programmes in the county. They receive no government funding for the work they do and rely heavily on fundraising events. We urge you to please support this Bingo Night and spread the word. This will be the biggest Bingo in the area with a prize fund of €2,350.00, with the 5th House €300 & the 10th House €500. Books will only cost €10. There will be spot prizes galore on the night. This promises to be a great night for young and the not so young. As 16th June is Father Day , It’s an ideal night to treat your dad or Grandad!