Lotto Numbers 6-11-21-23 No Winner
€75 Pat Delaney Ballinrally, €30 Pauline Bergin Camross, €30 Michael Kelly Ballyfin,
€30 Fr Lalor Camross, €30 Doran Family Clonin, €30 Jim Wynne Crannagh. Promoters
€40 Mary Murray, €20 Lourda Bannon, €20 Mick Scully, €20 Jim Wynne, €20 Hannah Dooley,
House Prize €20 Julia Phelan.
Top Score Una Cahill, 1st Gent Mick Scully, 2nd Gent Tom Gowing/Michael Kennedy, 1st Lady Mai Conroy. 2nd Lady Mary Gowing, 1st Qtr Bridie Kavanagh, 2nd Qtr Nora Doran, 3rd Sean Kennedy, 4th Sadie Delaney. Raffle 1st Sean Kennedy, 2nd Mary Gowing, 3rd Trish Grehan, 4th Kathleen Whitten, Free Ticket Michael Scully
Best of Luck to Camross Macra’s Niamh Ryan representing Laois Macra Na Feirme in the Blue Jean CountryQueenfestival in Athboy, Co. Meath over the June Bank Holiday Weekend!
It will be a great weekend and anyone who wants to come up and support Niamh over the weekend is more than welcome and please contact Joe Phelan or the macra phone for more details!
Slieve Bloom Association
The next meeting of the Slieve Bloom Association takes place in the Green School, Rosenallis at 8.30pm on Thursday 5th June. Anyone with an interest in preserving and protecting the Slieve Bloom Amenity Area, while promoting it to visitors far and wide, are welcome to join us, For further information, look up our website: slievebloomassociation.com
Mass for Exam Classes
Mass will be celebrated in Camross Church on 2nd June at 7.30pm for all students sitting their Junior & Leaving Cert. Exams.
Community Social takes place in Camross Community Hall on Sat. 7th June at 9.30pm. Music by Catherine & Images. Adm. €7 and supper served.
There will be a clothes collection from Killanure and Camross schools early on Thursday morning May 29th. All unwanted clothes, bedding, footwear etc. may be left in the play shelters of either school. All proceeds will go directly to Fr. Paddy Hyland’s mission in Kenya.
Late Liam Deegan
The death occurred on Sunday May 18th of Liam Deegan St Johns Square Portlaoise a son of the late Tom and Mollie (nee Culleton) formerly of Cummer Camross.
Liam worked in the Prison Service for over thirty years but his health deteriorated in recent years and he passed away in the loving care of the staff of Kilminchy Lodge Portlaoise.
Liam’s remains reposed at the Chapel of Rest Portlaoise until removal of remains on Tuesday morning to St Peter and Pauls Church Portlaoise. Requiem Mass was celebrated by Fr Eddie Lalor who was joined by Monsignor Tom Byrne and Fr Tom O’Connor.
The coffin was draped in the Tri-colour and colleagues from the Prison Service carried the remains to and from the Church. After Mass the remains were taken to St Peter and Pauls cemetery for burial.
Liam or “Skipper” as he was known as was only in his sixty seventh year and was pre-deceased by his parents as well as his brother John Joe and sister Mary Dunne.
Chief mourners are his wife Phyllis (nee Walsh), his son Eugene and his two daughters Martina and Lisa, brother Tom, grandchildren Callum and Bronagh, Aunt Eilish O’Hara Mountrath and uncle Dan Culleton Camross, son-in-law Pat daughter-in-law Clodagh, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces relatives friends and neighbours as well as former colleagues in the Prison service and many sporting colleagues. May he rest in peace.
County Hall is urging the public to get involved with their local Tidy Towns to help make their communities better places to live.
Laois County Council say Tidy Towns Groups are working effortlessly to make their communities a more attractive place in which to live, work and visit. For more details contact: Siobhan Donoher, Assistant Staff Officer, Environment Section Tel: 057 86 74330 or Email: email@example.com you.