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Easter Ceremonies

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Easter Ceremonies


Our Easter ceremonies in St. Michael’s Church were well attended during the week. Great credit is due to Fr. McGrath and to all those who arranged or helped with the ceremonies. There will be no morning Mass in St. Michaels this week, but Adoration will take place on Thursday from 11am to 9pm. All are welcome. .

Good Work

It is good to see the streets of the village being repaired after they were cut up during the installation of the new water mains which seem to be working well. Hopefully, now and in the future, our water supply will be free of breaks and be of good quality. The installation of this supply which replaces a system 50/60 years old is great progress. It comes as a result of almost 20 years of hard work at council level in seeking such improvements. It should be noted that the roadway and street improvements in Chapel/Kickham Street are an addition to the waterworks and not part of that scheme. This work will begin in the next few weeks with Carrick Street to follow at a later date. For further details contact Eddie O’Meara. .

Presentation Secondary School, Ballingarry.

The Parents Association of the above are holding a cookery demonstration by Anne Neary of Ryeland House on Wednesday May 7th at 7.30pm in the school. All proceeds in aid of equipment for new home economics room.Tickets €12 available from School/Committee at 052-9154104.

GAA Club Membership

Juvenile Chairman, Victor Direen informs us that the closing date for club membership is May lst. It is essential that all juvenile officers and juvenile team mentors are club members. Please give your membership to Registrar, Ricky Sheehan or Secretary Eddie McCarthy. All juvenile players should be members by now. If not, please pay at training a.s.a.p All sponsored walk cards and monies can be returned at training. Thanks for all the support.

Special Meeting

A special meeting will take place on Thursday May lst at 8.30pm to begin preparation for the 2014 tournament. All are welcome and it is vital that parents attend to begin our planning for the tournament.

Local Lotto Jackpot

The recent local lotto jackpot draw took place on Monday April 14th. There was no jackpot winner, but 3 winners shared the Match 3 prize of €150. Next draw will be on Monday April 28th when the jackpot could be worth €4,000. You must be in if you want to win.


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