Ladies Circuit Training
Ladies circuit training in the ICA Hall on Mondays from 8-9, Ladies keep fit on Wednesdays 6.30-7.30 and Ladies body conditioning classes Wednesdays 8-9. 4euro per class pay as you go. All fitness levels welcome. Contact Paul O’Brien on 0852162979 for further details.
Churchfield Heights Residents committee are looking for someone to cut the grass area in the estate weekly from April to Sept. Must have your own ride on mower and a way of collecting and taking the grass. We would be grateful if anyone who might be interested would contact 085 2078000 with a price which will be brought to the committee for consideration.
Naomh Éamann Camogie will be holding a Monster Bingo Evening in Castletown Community Centre on Good Friday 18th April 2014. More details will follow in the coming weeks edition. Keep that date free and bring along your family and friends for a very enjoyable evening.
For full fixtures, results and match reports please check www.castletown.gaa.ie
For the first time ever we have entered 4 adult hurling teams for 2014. Training
has resumed players not getting updates to contact 087-7942565. A big thank you to all who supported us recently with the Laois GAA €130 draw. The first draw was last Friday night. See club website for full list of winners. To switch membership to monthly standing order call 087-7942565. Membership is due .
The monthly meeting was held on thursday night last , presided over by guild president Mary Keenan. Votes of sympathy were passed with the following Bates family Coolrain , Heagerty family Westfield, Relatives of Moira Delaney Mountrath, Fitzpatrick family Clonbarrow. Thank you to the two groups of ladies went to federation quiz in Spink to represent our guild. Competition winners Emily Jackson, Ann Fitzpatrick, Ann Dollard. Raffle winner was Peggy Lyons Hostess for April are Ann Tiernan and Ann Phelan Competition for April ‘’ Nicest Jug ‘’ Ladies please note our A.G.M is in April .
Federation dinner dance takes place in the Gandon IInn on April 11th Tickets are Twenty Euro Music is by Har Ramsbottom
Jam for Hospice
The proceeds from the sale of jam made by Mary Doheny to the Laois Hospice for 2013 was €1,850. Congrats to all concerned.
The sale of jam continues in Costcutters, Mountrath and Phelan’s Shop, Castletown. Thanks by buying and donating fruit. The sale of jam continues in the shops.