Mountrath Ladies Football Club are holding a kids table quiz on Friday May 11 in St Fintan’s Hall, Mountrath from 7.30pm - 9.30pm. Suitable for boys & girls from 3rd class (primary) to 2nd year (secondary). €20 for a table of four. There will be a raffle, spot prizes and great prizes for the winning table. Please come along to support your local club and bring all of your friends too.
ST FINTAN’S GAA
The numbers drawn for the April 23 were 05,06,07,12. There was no jackpot winner. Next week’s jackpot for April 30 is €8,600. Tickets can be got from any promoter.
THE MOLLY MAGUIRES
Adults Interested in cycling for a bit of fun during the long hot summer evenings, dust-down your old bike (it doesnt have to be a High Nelly) and come along. Short cycles at your own pace around the locality with a bit of fun. All welcome. Ring or text PJ at 087 2859651 or Donal at 087 0567918.
OLD TIME DANCING
Every Sunday night in Portlaoise GAA Centre from 9.30pm to 11.30pm for only €7. Music will be supplied by Images this coming Sunday night, May 13.
ST AENGUS LOTTO
The numbers drawn for the April 30 draw were 04.07,14,27. The jackpot was not won. Next’s week’s jackpot for the May 7 draw will be for €20,000. Tickets are available from any promoter.
Mountrath Country Markets is open every Friday from 9am to 12 noon in The Macra Hall on Main Street. Come and see for yourself. To place an order phone 87 32510 or 8735368.
July 17-24 staying at Hotel Solitude €770pps. Bus transfers included. Accompanied by Fr Pat Hennessy. Contact Eleanor 087 7670915 or 057 8624216.
August 15-22 €639pps. Accompanied by Fr Pat Hennessy. Contact Eleanor 087 7670915/0578624216 or Rena 087 7670915/0578624379.
Various members and volunteers of Mountrath Tidy Towns committee, which is a sub-committee of Mountrath Development Association, will be meeting every Thursday evening at the car park on Main Street at 7pm, weather permitting, for a quick tidy up of the town. This usually involves picking up litter and keeping an eye on areas which might need a more thorough cleanup by our local Fás scheme participants.