There was no outright winner in last week’s lotto. Nos were 11, 14, 18, 26. €75 Joan Grady €30 Sinead O Sullivan €30 Sheila Dollard €30 Sadie Hogan Cardtown €30 McGlynn family €30 Vera Maher Pro. €40 Sheila Dollard €20 Sadie Delaney €20 Patsy Ryan €20 Lilie Moore €20 Eileen Gaughan. House prize Jim Wynne.
Top score Sadie Delaney 1st gent Kathleen Conroy 2nd Kathleen Kennedy 1st ladyBridie Kavanagh 2nd MaiConroy
1st Qr Mary Gowing & Mai Comerford 2nd Sissie Collier 3rd Tom Gowing & M. Scully 4th Sadie Delaney Kyledellig
Raffle 1st Sadie Delaney 2nd M.Kelly 3rd M.Scully 4th M. Kelly
A vote of sympathy was passed with Katie Bennett and Una Cahill on the death of their brother James Bennett
Camross ICA paid their annual visit to Clonokill Gardens on Friday and were very fortunate with the weather. After our tour we were entertained to all sorts of goddies, tea and coffee. This was a forerunner to the annual open garden day on Sunday July 15. We all hope to return and bring our friends as the proceeds of this open day goes as always to Laois Hospice. The day starts at 1pm and remains open until 7pm. Admission on the day is €10 and this will also include afternoon tea.
Congratulations to Mary Kilmartin (The Derries) on winninmg top prize in Borris-in-Ossory Lotto on Friday. Mary is treasurer of Camross ICA and quite a capable person she is, and a very generous person with her own money, so we are all delighted with Mary’s good luck.
On Sunday July 15 a bus will leave Camross for the annual pilgrimmage to Knock Shrine in Co. Mayo at 8.30. Names and money to Sheila Ryan by July 9.
Camross GAA held a poker classic in the Camross Inn on Saturday, there are not many players in our community but the club were happy with those who turned out.