The results of the lotto are as follows: €75 Collette Grady, 5 x €30 Breen Family Park, Donnacha Buckley Coolrain, Jimmy Jordan Camross, Tim Keenan Borris in Ossory, and Emma O Grady Mountrath. Promoters €40 Maureen Cuddy, 4 x €20 Ann Dooley, Carmel McCartney, Bobby Harvey, Nora Doran. House Prize €20 Derek Bannon.
The whist results are as follows:
Top Score Noreen Ní Laighin. 1st Gent Sean Kennedy, 2nd Gent Tom Gowing. 1st Lady Ina Blackwell, 2nd Lady Nora Doran. 1st Qtr Rose Cunningham, 2nd Qtr Joe Dooley, 3rd Qtr Trish Grehan, 4th Qtr Kathleen Kennedy/Bridie Kavanagh (Tie). Raffle 1st Trish Grehan, 2nd Tom Gowing, 3rd Mary Fennelly, 4th Ann Parnell. Free Ticket Noreen Ní Laighin.
Slieve Bloom Association
The Slieve Bloom Association will hold its next meeting in the Community Centre, Kinnity on Thursday March 27 at 8.30pm. We welcome everyone interested in promoting the Slieve Blooms, while preserving its unique amenities. Why not come along and find out more about us.
The next Community Dance takes place in Camross on Saturday April 5. Music by Brian McDermot. Admission €7 and supper served. Dancing from 9.30pm–12.30am.
Over the next month volunteers from Camross Community Alert will be calling to every house in Camross Parish.
The purpose of these visits are to introduce the residents to their local Camross Community Alert volunteers, to provide residents with information on existing/future initiative eg CCTV, Text Alert, to receive feedback from you on the same, and last but not least, to collect much needed funding required to maintain existing services and initiate new services for the communities benefit.
In order to deliver a quality service we anticipate that we need to collect €20 from each household in the parish. Volunteers will provide an information pack on all aspects of the Community Alert when they call. We appreciate that €20 is a significant donation in this current economic climate. However, any donation will be gratefully received and put to the best use possible. We look forward to seeing you all in the coming weeks. Any queries phone 087 7009609, e-mail email@example.com or find us on Facebook at Camross Community Alert.
Camross GAA Club will hold a Development Plan Meeting on Tuesday March 25 in the Clubhouse in Derrynaseera at 8pm. This meeting is to discuss the future plans for Camross GAA Club. This is an open meeting with an invitation to anyone within the locality that may have ideas/experience to assist the club with future planning both on and off the field. You do not have to be a club member to attend this meeting. Contact Ursula on 0876896936 for further information.
Clonaslee Community Centre are hosting a Ladies Night on Friday April 4. Dinner is at 8pm sharp. Music by Rock On Paddy. Over 18s only. There will also be a raffle on the night. Tickets cost €25. Phone Dolores Murray on 087 4148093 or Maura on 087 2122766. A great night is promised.
Camross IFA & Camross Macra will be holding a table quiz on Friday March 28 at 9pm in Bergins Pub, Camross. Tables of 4 will be €20. There will also be a raffle on the night. Proceeds on the night will be going to The Robbie Phelan Fund. All support appreciated.
Late Jack Sinnott
Sympathy is extended to Mary Lowry & family of Cappinarrow on the death of her brother Jack Sinnott formerly of Sconce Ballyfin and Newline Close Mountrath. Jack had been in failing health for some time and passed away on Thursday March 20.
Having reposed at Burkes funeral home, Jacks remains were removed to St Fintan’s Church Mountrath on Friday evening and on Saturday morning Requiem Mass was celebrated at 11am. Burial took place in the adjoining cemetery. Chief mourners are his brothers Louie & Bill, his sister Mary Lowry, nephews, nieces, brother-in-law Tim, relatives & friends. May he rest in peace.