Annaduff/Drumsna/Jamestown defibrillator committee would like to thank most sincerely Drumsna Development Association for their recent donation. This goes towards the upkeep and maintenance of defibs in the area. If there is anyone who would like to be trained in the use of the AED please contact 086 2639759.
Bingo continues in Drumsna Community Centre on Thursday night at the new time of 9 p.m.
Ardagh & Clonmacnois Pilgrimage to Lourdes - 27th May - 01 June). 5 nights - fully inclusive Price €699. Places available. Contact Joe Walsh Tours, 143 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin. Tel 01 2410812, 01 2410811
Please note change of Masses while St. Mary’s Church, Annaduff is being refurbished as follows: Masses will now be celebrated in Drumsna Church: Monday evening 7 p.m. followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 8 p.m. Holy Hour Duty: Margaret Moffatt, Betty Plunkett, Bridie Cox, Maura Faughnan: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 a.m. Friday (7 p.m.). Saturday evening Vigil Mass 7 p.m. in Drumsna and the 11 a.m. Sunday Mass will be celebrated in Annaduff N.S.
Zumba Dancing Classes every Thursday night in Annaduff Community Centre at 9 p.m. Class €5 for 5 week programme. All are welcome.
Don’t forget to invite your family, friends and relations to the Gathering to be held on the 26th, 27th and 28th July next starting with a welcome Ceili in Annaduff Community Centre on Friday 26th July. It promises to be a very eventful weekend with guided tours, sports, music, song, side shows, etc.
Bus to Mini Marathon
Bus leaves Carrick-on-Shannon on Monday 3rd of June at 9am, for Womens Mini Marathon in Dublin. Anyone wishes to reserve a seat please contact Margaret at 087 6630542.
Unique table quiz
The All Ireland Table Quiz in aid of Autism in Leitrim. May 31st at 9pm in Jackie’s The Lakeland Bar, Ballinamore. Does Leitrim have the Table Quiz Champions? Overall prize Table of 8 at the Dubai Duty Free Ball in the K Club. Prizes on the night. If you have any old/broken mobile phones please bring them along on the night. For info. or donations contact email@example.com.
Niall Mellon Trust Walk
There will be a walk commencing at Annaduff N.S. on Friday 31st May at 8 p.m. in aid of Gerry Quinlan, Carrick-on-Shannon who is travelling to Kenya on a building project next October. There will be refreshments afterwards. If you have any old clean clothes, shoes, curtains, etc. Gerry will gladly receive same by leaving them into St. Patrick’s Hospital, Carrick-on-Shannon. Your support will be greatly appreciated.
The Parish and G.A.A. Lotto took place in Cox’s Steakhouse, Dromod on Sunday. The winning numbers were 3, 8, 13, 14. The following won prizes. €50 was won by Alan Cox, Corduff. €25 prizes were won by: Alan Rowley, Drumcree, Rian Ward, Gortinty, Jason Ward, Derrybrack, Gary Faughnan,Aughamore. Congratulations to our winners. Thanks to all who contributed. A special thanks to T.P. and Eileen for accommodating the draw. The next Lotto Draw will be held in Duignan’s, Drumsna on Sunday, June 2nd with a jackpot of €4,600.
The Committee and relatives of the late James Gill Cancer Fund wish to thank most sincerely the following who contributed: Cryan’s Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon, Mulvey’s, Paddy’s, Keaney’s Gift Shop, Cox’s Pharmacy, Kieran’s Pharmacy, Boots Pharmacy, Super Valu and Tesco and all the generous people who donated also.
Deepest sympathy is extended to Declan and Geraldine Gill, Rathfarnham, Dublin, on the death of their son, James, after a long batttle with cancer. He is survived by his brothers Stephen and Carl, sister, Holly, grandparents P.J. and Mary Gill, Coolcrieve, uncles Kevin and Vincent Gill, Curramartin, cousins, relatives and many friends. May his gentle soul rest in peace and God comfort all who mourn him.
There will be a fundraiser with cruises on Moon River in aid of the North West Hospice on Sunday, May 26th at 1pm with Fergus Harman and friends, at 2.15pm with Fergal Harman and Gerard Dots, at 3.30pm with Wallop the Spot, at 4.45pm with Rakish. Spot prizes on every trip. Fee €12 per adult €3 per child on a first come first served basis. Come along and support a great cause while having a great time.