DRAMA SUMMER CAMP
Clodiagh Players is running a two week drama camp for children age 6-10 years, 10-14 years and 14-18 years. This is a great way to introduce children to singing, dancing and drama. The older children will be introduced to producing, directing, stage lighting, stage management. Be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. Camp is from Monday to Friday both weeks starting on Monday July 7 and finishing Friday July 18 with a final show staged on July 18. Camp runs 10 am to 2:30 pm with children bringing their own packed lunch. There will be a 1 day excursion. Cost is €50 per child, two children from same family €80, 3 children from same family €100. The camp will be held in the Clonaslee Community Centre. Application forms were given to National School children and are available in Flynn’s PO. Return completed application forms in a sealed envelope with €10 deposit to the community centre marked ‘For the attention of Clodiagh Players’ before June 20. Full amount must be paid before or on the morning of first day of camp. For further information contact Becky Dunne 087-956-7208 or Suzanne Conroy 087-913-3959.
Irish Cancer Society 22nd annual Slieve Bloom sponsored walk is on Saturday June 28 at 11am starting from the Clonaslee Community Centre. The walk is approximately 10km with tea and refreshments on route. Sit down tea available at finish. For further information contact Donal Conroy on 057 8648034.
CLONASLEE SHOW SOCIETY
Show meeting on Wednesday June 18 at 8.30pm in the community centre to discuss this year’s schedule. Members please attend.
All masses will be at 8pm as follows: June 20, Corrigeen cemetery; June 27, Kilmanman cemetery.
Music classes continue weekly until June 26 in the community centre from 4.15pm on Thursdays. Beginners welcome.
National judging taking place now so please use litter bins and clean up after your dog as these have been the main problems with Clonaslee losing points.
SCOIL BHRÍDE NEWS
School leagues in hurling/camogie and football are now drawing to a close and the line-up for the finals has been determined. We have all thoroughly enjoyed the games so far and are looking forward to seeing which teams will be crowned champions. Best wishes to former pupil and Scoil Bhríde star Nicole Donoghue who is currently on duty with the Irish peacekeeping forces in the Golan Heights on the Syrian border with Israel. We have no doubt she is doing a great job out there. The end of year school mass is on June 25 and will be followed by a performance on the tin whistle by all classes 1st to 6th. We are now two years into our traditional instrumental programme and can’t wait to show case the progress we have made.
Work evenings on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at the heritage centre at 6pm each week so if anyone has an hour to spare please come along.
Whist every Sunday night starting at 9pm sharp in the Parochial Hall. All welcome.
Sunday June 8. Top score: B O’Brien. Gents: 1 Betty Coffey 2 Michael Kennedy. Ladies: 1 Noreen ui Laíghin 2 Becky Thompson. Quarters: 1 Annie Parnell 2 PJ Connolly 3 Angela Walsh 4 Dinny Kelly. Hatching: Thomas Casey. Lowest score Martin Rigney. Raffle: Tom Delaney, Sean Kennedy, Mick Kelly, Betty Coffey, Dinny Kelly, Noreen Uí Laíghin, Annie Parnell.
Jackpot not won. Winning no 8-1-21. €30 winners: Peter Casey, Coolnabanch; Mary Costello, Ballykaneen; Patricia Dunne, Broughla; Daire Comerford, Brocca; Andrew Horan, Wranglestown; Aimee Leahy, The Pharmacy. Promoter’s prize Eamon Sammon, Ger Kelly, Maura O’Gorman.
Next week’s jackpot €1,550.
Clonaslee St Manmans jackpot not won. Winning no 1-11-21-14. €40 winners: Mickey Mahon, Oisin Delaney, Pakie Friel, Tom Hyland, Grainne Scully. Promoter’s prize JJ Carroll. Next week’s jackpot €2,800.