The CCDA in the interest of Clonaslee Tidy Towns request that all signs for the upcoming elections be put outside the 50 km signs on all roads coming into the village. We thank you for your consideration on this matter and keeping our village tidy.
Meeting on Monday April 28 at 8:30 pm in the Community Centre. Text messaging is up and running now. Application forms to sign up at back of church.
Meeting on Tuesday April 29 at 8:30 pm in the Community Centre. All members please make an effort to attend.
Please keep the village clean and tidy. The committee will be out on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at the Heritage Centre at 6 pm each week so if anyone has an hour to spare please come along. It would be appreciated if people bear in mind that now is the time to be getting any painting done as national judging begins June 1. The litter challenge will be taking place soon. Dog owners please clean up after your pet as serious points are knocked off for this.
Thanks to all who contributed to the recent collection for Community Alert. Total amount collected was €635. Thank you to the collectors and Finnerty’s for their help.
CLONASLEE VINTAGE RUN
The annual Vintage Run, in aid of local charities, is on Bank holiday Sunday May 4. Starting from Swan’s Bar, Clonaslee, breakfast served from 9 am, on the road for 10:30 am. Auction will be after the run and also a bbq. Music provided by the well-known Rock on Paddy. Enquires to Ray Delaney 087-299-6778.
Clonaslee St Manamans Rounders Club are holding a Table Quiz on Friday May 2 at 9 pm in Swans Bar Clonaslee. Table of 4 cost €20. Prizes for first and second place. All welcome for fun night
Edel Dunne thanks all who supported and helped in the recent Easter Draw in aid of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind. Winners: 1st prize Easter Hamper: Patrick Dunne, 2nd Beer & treats hamper: Paddy Kearns, 3rd Ladies gift hamper: Paddy Farrell, 4th Gents gift hamper: Mary Delaney, 5th Killarney crystal vase: Sharon Delaney, Cadamstown, 6th Killarney crystal candle set: Mary Coleman, Galway, 7th Newgrange photo frame: Matthew Conroy, 8th Biscuits and wine: Bernadette Murray Carroll, 9th chocolates and wine: Cathy Cutler, 10th Easter egg and soft toy, Joe Doolan, 11th Guide Dog teddy and chocolate bunny: Cian O’Keeffe, 12th Sweets and Easter egg: Cyrill Morris, Sellers prize: Betty Finnerty. Total amount raised was €1356.
SINGING AND MUSIC SESSION
The next session is on Friday May 9 at 8:30 pm in Clonaslee Parochial Hall. Please note change of date. All welcome to join.
SOCIAL SERVICES BINGO
The Social Services bingo is on Wednesdays from 2 – 4 pm in the Heritage Centre. Come along for bingo, chat and a cuppa.
Whist every Sunday night starting at 9 pm sharp in the Parochial Hall. All welcome. Whist results: Sunday April 20: Top score: Dolores Murray including jackpot of €147. Gents: 1 Sean Kennedy 2 Patricia Quinn. Ladies: 1 Louise Kavanagh 2 Paddy O’Donovan. Quarters: 1 Heather Kelly, Martin Rigney 2 PJ Connolly 3 Tom Kearns 4 Becky Thompson. Lowest score: John Fitzpatrick. Hatching: Jim O’Brien. Raffle: Annie Parnell, Dinny Whelan, Dolores Murray, C Casey, D Kelly, Mary Gowing, Jim O’Brien, Sean Kennedy.
Jackpot won, congratulations to Eamon and Ann Rigney, Brocca €950. Winning no: 21-2-15. €30 winners: Ava Horan, Clonaslee; Hanah Dunne, Cloonagh; Thomas O’Brien, Scaroon; Enda Comerford, Brocca; Delaney Girls, Larrigan; Pat Culleton, Clonaslee. Promoter’s prize: Michael Dunne, Conroys, Kathleen Blake. Next week’s Jackpot: €500.
Jackpot not won. Winning no: 15-9-20-25. €40 winners: T Russell, Clonaslee Clover Express, John Maher, Michelle Falloon, Sean and James. Promoter’s prize: Kathleen Blake.