Gortletteragh Community Playgroup
Gortletteragh Community Playgroup is now taking enrolments for September 2013. We cater for children from 2 years 6 months up to 5 years. We are also providing places under the ECCE scheme. If your child is starting primary school in 2014 and born between 02.02.2009 to 30.06.2010 they are entitled to avail of the free preschool year. To enrol your child please call into the playgroup or contact the playgroup leader, Josephine Dorrigan on 087-9958197.
Leitrim Vintage Club
A Vintage Tractor Fun Run will be held on Sunday next, May 19th starting at the Welcome Inn, Cornageeha and will travel to Tooman, Ruskey, Drumsna and Mohill. Registration between 10.30 and 11.30 a.m. at the Welcome Inn. Refreshments served on registration with lunch (included) in Mohill. Entry fee is 20 euro per tractor. Finisher Awards for all registered entrants. Everyone welcome. For further information contact John at 087 2074137, Noel at 086 8558755 or Danny at 087 6537510. Email: email@example.com
Leitrim Horse Riding Club
Leitrim Horse Riding Club are looking for new members, we are hosting an open evening at Moorlands Equestrian Centre, Drumshambo, on Friday 17th May from 7pm. Members must be over 17yrs of age, all levels of riding experience welcome.
Sligo Orienteering Club
Sligo Orienteering Club is holding orienteering in Derrycarne woods, Dromod on Sunday 19th May. Registration is 12.00pm -14.00pm. Cost €5. There is Beginners and Seniors Courses available. All welcome. Families and buggies welcomed. For anyone who doesn’t know what orienteering is come along on the day and you will be shown what to do. Will be signposted from the Carrick Road and the Dromod Roundabout using white and orange orienteering markers. Check out Sligo Orienteering Club Facebook page or ring 087 2657630 after 6pm for more details
Congratulations to Sean Mallon, Tulcon, and Geraldine Donohoe, Gowna, Cavan, on their recent engagement. We wish Sean and Geraldine the best of luck for the future.
We tender sympathy to Ita and Frank Flynn and family, Fearglass North, on the death of Ita’s mother, Tess Reynolds, Ballinamore. Wife of the late Pat Joe, she was a popular lady with endless ability, and was renowned for her participation in the many events in her home town of Ballinamore and the surrounding area. Held in high esteem by all who knew her, Tess dealt with her deteriorating health with courage and dignity, and her passing has left a void in the lives of many people. She will be sadly missed by her daughters Ita and Jenny, sons Gerry and Peter, brother, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, sister-in-law, grandchildren, nieces and nephews and a very large circle of friends. May she rest in peace.