Notes 22/09/2014 - Newtowncashel - Co. Longford

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Notes 22/09/2014

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A Boil Water Notice was issued by  Irish Water and Longford County Council on Wednesday the 3rd of September. Most of the Southern half of the Parish of Cashel is affected. Specific details, advice and instructions are given with the notice.

Set Dancing classes will be held in Sorohan's Lifebelt Bar,Ballyleague,each Tuesday at 8.00 p.m. ,commencing the 16th of September.Beginners and experienced dancers catered for.This is an opportunity to get fit while having fun.Everybody welcome.Please Contact Mairéad Casey on 086 8546433 for further information.

Text Alert
Again thanks to the people of Cashel for a fantastic response to our newly formed text alert system. Mobile numbers are now being compiled and anyone who still wishes to be included can drop name ,address and mobile number with  5 euro into box in  Kennys Country Store .Further update next week.  

Federation meeting will be held in Ballinamuck on Wed. 24th Sept.  Garden competition winners will be presented with their prizes at this meeting.  First lotto draw after the holidays will also be held.  Thanks to May Campbell for opening her prize winning vegetable garden on Saturday last. Everybody had a very enjoyable morning morning in glorious sunshine and came away with delicious fresh veg.
Federation monthly walk will take place in Newtowncashel on Sunday 28th commencing at "The Hill". Refreshments will be served afterwards.

A meeting of the School Board of Management,will be held in the School this Thursday the 25th of September, at 8.00 p.m.

The Parish Mission is now one week away. .Members of the Vincentian 'Ember' team are to spoke at both Masses last weekend.They commenced house to house visitation last Monday the 22nd of September. We welcome the three members of the 'Ember' team,Fr.Aidan Galvin,C.M., Fr.Seán Farrell C.M., and Mr.Thady O'Connor.

The Enrolment Mass for First Confession and First Holy Communion will be celebrated ,on Sunday the 5th of October, at 10.30 a.m.

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