Aughnasheelin Community News

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Welcome home

As this is the year of The Gathering we extend a warm welcome to all Aughnasheelin people to think about coming for a visit. You are always welcome and if we knew that you were coming we could make a fuss.


AGM of Community centre will now take place on Wednesday, 10th April at 9pm in the centre, all welcome. Photos from the 2012 celebrations will be on display we also hope to have copies of the video available.


Jackpot now stands at €8,335. Winners: Lily Curran, Noel Reynolds, Debbie Keaney, Eileen Wrynn, Mary McGovern, Alan Spendlove, Alice Shiels, Bridgie Brogan, Louise Earley, Nora McKeon, Bernie Gaffney, Margaret McKeon, Kathy Gallagher, Marie Casserly, Geraldine McGovern, Mickey Prior, Ann Honeyman, Kathleen Kyle, Liz Spendlove, Bernie McLoughlin, Anthony McCartin, Carmel Dolan, Ronan White, Declan Darcy, Emma Mulvey, Elizabeth Baxter, Sinead Mulvey, Angela Creamer, Dympna Kelleher, Maureen McGovern, Bernie Dooner, Bernie McGovern, Catherine Rooney, Bernie McCabe. Don’t forget bingo this Thursday night which will be at 9.00 in the Community Centre. Come along you could be lucky.

Film Hour in Ballinamore Library

On Tuesday 2nd April at 7.30pm, come along to Ballinamore Library sit back relax and enjoy a film on our big screen. This time library staff have chosen the film (details of which are available by contacting the library at 071 9645566) however next time around people will be able to discuss and choose what film they would like to see. Admission to this film is free and all are welcome.

Ballinamore St. Patrick’s Day Parade

St Patrick’s Day parade 2013.....a great success. Well done to all involved and a big thanks to all who helped out on the day and with the lead up to the parade you know who you are. The sun was shining despite the cold. The spectators came from near and far and the participants were fantastic with St. Patrick standing tall.

Congratulations to all the prize winners... Dramatics- drama group, LGB group and Cultural Quarters, Agricultural show and Karl McCartin School of Dancing. Best window display went to the County library and Hair Affair and a final congrats to those who won a prize for best dressed spectator. Any new ideas for next year don’t hesitate to contact a member of BBA (Ballinamore Business Association) or Dawn McKeon at 086 3115647.

“The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley”

The Acorn Players will perform their hilarious comedy “The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley” in Aughawillan Hall on Sunday, 7th April. Doors open at 7.30pm and show starts sharp at 8.30pm. Proceeds in aid of Aughawillan G.A.A. club. Admission: Adults €10. Children and Students €5.