Newtowncashel Drama Group’s production of “Callaghan’s Place” by John McDwyer goes on stage in "The Hill" on Friday 8th, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th February. Admission is strictly by ticket only. Tickets may be booked with Kevin Casey, (086) 252 1536, or any member of the group. Adults, €10.00. Primary and secondary students €5.00.
CREDIT UNION QUIZ SUCCESS
Congratulations to the Under-
Ballymahon Vocational School holds its open day/night on Thursday February 7th. Would-
Pioneers who are eligible for Silver or Gold emblems (pins) are asked to contact any member of the Cashel Pioneer Council immediately. Likewise, young people who wish to advance to the next stage of membership. Emblems and diplomas will be presented on Sunday next, Temperance Sunday.
Results of this week’s lotto will appear in next week’s notes. Jackpot next week is €2,100 and Team on duty will be contacted prior to draw.
Your continued support for the Lotto is much appreciated.
Senior Scor takes place in Ballinamuck on Friday 1st March, anyone interested in participating please contact Anne Kenny on 0879311506 as soon as possible.
Congratulations to Tara and Neil Farrell on the recent birth of their baby son.
Congratulations to Natalie and Pat McDonagh, Derrygowna, on the birth of their new baby boy last week.
At a joint meeting of the Hall Committee and representatives of hall user groups the basic rate for meetings and smaller gatherings was set at €20.00. Other events will attract higher rates.
The monthly Tidy Towns meeting will be held in “The Hill” on Wednesday the 6th of February at 8:00 pm. All members are asked to attend please.
Village Lighting has been approved for funding by LCRL, likewise, a Tús worker application.
We offer our sincere sympathy to the family friends and neighbours of Terence Sudway, Templeogue, Dublin, and formerly of Elfeet Burke, who died on Sunday last. May he rest in peace.
TALKS FOR THE YEAR OF FAITH
The first of four talks will be given in the Pastoral Centre, St Mel’s College, Longford, on Thursday February 7th, at 8.00pm. The topic, “Faith and Parenting”, the speaker, Mary Quinn, a parent and teacher with many years’ experience in parenting programmes.
The Spring Stations take place from Monday February 4th to Thursday February 28th. The households hosting the upcoming stations are as follows:
DERRYMACAR, DERRINDIFF AND DERRYCOLUMB, Monday February 4th, at the home of Patricia and John Merrigan;
CARRODGER AND BALLAGH, Friday February 8th, at the home of Teresa and Sean Farrell;
ELFEET AND LOUGHFARM, Tuesday February 12th, at the home of Monica and Danny Farrell;
DERRYSARRAGH AND COLLUM, Thursday February 14th, at the home of Olivia and John Morrissey;
CARROWBEG AND LEAB, Friday February 15th, at the home of Síle and Gary Mulvihill;
POLLAGH, Monday February 18th, at the home of Maureen and PJ Dowd;
LOUGHAWN AND DERMEANA, Tuesday February 19th, at the home of Kathleen Clarke;
DRUMNEE AND SAINTS’ ISLAND, Thursday February 21st, at the home of Bríd and Michael Hopkins;
CLERAUN AND LISMAGAWLEY, Monday February 25th, at the home of Anna and James Costello;
FORTHILL, Tuesday February 26th, at the home of Rachael and Mark Bermingham;
CROSS AND CLARAS, Thursday February 28th, at the home of Gráinne and Joseph Mulvihill.
Confessions at 7.45pm. Mass at 8.00pm.