Slieve Bloom AGM
The AGM of the Slieve Bloom Association has been set for Thursday June 24 in Kinnity Community School at 8:30pm. The Ardeireann Festival in July will also be discussed. All members are kindly requested to attend. Look us up on Facebook and on www.slievebloomassociation.com.
The Lost Village
“The Lost Village” is a book on The Cones in the Barony of Tinnahinch and the Slieve Blooms. Sean Flanagan from Tinnahinch recorded interesting history and stories of the area. Copies are available at Poole s Shop in Rosenallis.
Cumann na mBunscol - Congratulations and well done to our 6th and 4th class girls who contested their third final in a row last Thursday. Sadly we didn’t bring home the silverware this time. The girls played very well and gave it their all . We are very proud of them and we are certain they will be back again next year. We would like to thank everybody for their support,our teachers, GAA coaches and the parents who helped with refereeing and washing jerseys. We would also like to thank our Parents Association for the lovely banner and for funding transport and food.
Well Done to the Derrylamogue Girls Camogie team who played in the Cumman Na mBunscoil final in O’Moore Park recently, unfortunately Castletown proved to be the stronger team on the day despite Derrylamogue’s endless efforts. Thanks to all the teachers, parents, mentors & supporters who helped the girls reach the final. Team: Emma Stephenson, Roisin McEvoy, Amy Cosgrove, Ruth Honner O’Rourke, Emer Feighery, Christine Bennett Wren, Muireann Dunne, Aibhilin McEvoy, Chloe Dwyer, Caithlin Dunne, Katie Egan, Caoimhe Kelly, Zoe Whiteley, Lily Gordon, Aisling McEvoy, Amy Flanagan, Emily Shelly, Hazel Conroy, Mary Grehan, Mia Doyle, & Roisin McEvoy. Thanks to the Parents Council who kindly provided refreshments after the match. Well done to Holly Lalor who was awarded a Special Merit Certificate in the Texaco Children’s Art Competition.
Rearymore Annual cemetery Mass is on July 9 at 7 pm. A short meeting afterwards on development of cemetery.
Late Ellen REDMOND
Condolences to the family of the late Ellen (Evie) Redmond (née Grehan), Clondalkin, Dublin and formerly of Rosenallis who died on June 10 (peacefully), surrounded by her loving family at Tallaght Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Patsy; sadly missed by her loving family Thomas, Julie, Yvonne, Joe, Padraig and Una, brother, sisters, extended family, relatives and many friends. Reposed at the Brian McElroy Funeral Home, Clondalkin. Removal to Church of the Immaculate Conception for Funeral Mass followed by burial in Newcastle Cemetery.