Great News - We are delighted to know that Caroline Dunne has taken over the Woodview Restaurant B.B. Steakhouse Supreme. Bookings taken for all events, contact Caroline at (057) 8736433 or (087) 9123940.
Panto - Rehearsals are continuing on a nightly basis with everybody up to their eyes in readiness for the coming pantomime ‘Pack Up All Your Troubles’ commencing March 31st until April 4th in the Community Centre. A most wonderful show is on the cards and all are expected to have a wonderful time.
Bridge - After a long wait the bridge on the Glosha Road has been opened. It was under reconstruction for several weeks and caused great hardship to people. They had to take detours and some lost their way and needless to say got very frustrated. Apparently the heavy trucks caused much damage to most of those small bridges and were quite dangerous. Hopefully all will soon be restored for easy travelling.
Registration - The Juvenile registration was held on Friday, February 18th and there was a good turnout. For anyone who was unable to make it on the night, registration forms available from Chairperson, James Maher or Secretary, Breda Bergin. Membership remains the same as last year, 15 euro per child or 30 euro per family. The Juvenile club would also like to thank Sophie Loughman for her wonderful serving of refreshments on the night.
Gaelic For Girls - There is an eight week Gaelic football programme being prepared for any girls from the age of 13 years who are interested in Gaelic football. Fee is 8 euro. If interested and would like more information please contact, the Secretary, Breda Bergin at (086) 8932147.
Bridge Results - 12th January, N/S Anne Egan and Frances Stanley, E/W Cathleen Walsh and Breda Creagh. 19th January, Maura Bourke and Katleen Lee’s Prize, 1st Joe Delaney and John Bowe, 2nd Ann Egan and Frances Stanley. 26th January, Christmas Prizes, 1st Cathleen Walsh and Catherine Campion, 2nd Breda Creagh and Joe Delaney. B. Gross, Sean Bolger and Anne Cummins, 3rd Mary Dooley and Marie Mahon, 4th Hans Dollard and Norah Harte, 5th Mary Hennessy and Maureen Ryan, 6th Mary Lalor and Mary Maher, 7th Anne Egan and Frances Stanley, 8th Kathleen Lee and Maura Bourke, 9th Teresa Cahill and Marian Holland.