Lotto: No winner for the 28/02/11, numbers were 5-7-18-30 .Winners of the lucky 20e dip were Martin Kitterick Manakill, Michael Mc Cann Castleblayney, Eamon Courtney Lackafin, Grainne Mc Ginn Drumgoose.
07/03/11 CONGRATULATIONS to Des Connolly on winning the jackpot, numbers were 2-4-6-9. Winners of the lucky dip were Linda Conlon Toome, David Kingham Ardkirk, PJ O’Reilly Analitten, Eugene Mc Mahon Corrygarry, Brian Finn Culloville.
Jackpot is 500e!
Notes: If you wish to have something included in the weekly notes please contact PRO Andrea Quinn on 087-6786560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
AstroTurf: Spaces available, contact Louis-087-6503826.
GO-GAMES – starting next Saturday 12th March from 11am – 12. Suitable for all children aged 3 – 6.
U8 – professional coaching starting next Saturday 12th March 11am – 12
U10 – training starts next Saturday 12th March 11am – 12.
For details on any of the above please contact Louise @ 0876529314 or Irene @ 0868243173. All new members welcome.
AFL game Monaghan v Dublin next Sunday 13th March in Clones –
Hillgrove Hotel – Half time draw: Prizes will be 1st Prize: Ticket for
All-Ireland Football Final. 2nd Prize €100
Sympathy- Sympathy is extended to the Gilsenan Family the death of Mrs Gilsenan Broomfield. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilish.
Parent&Toddler Group-In the GR8 Fridays from 11.00 til 12.30!!
Thanks: A special word of thanks to everyone who helped out at the Annual mass for getting the centre ready and to those who helped serve the refreshments afterwards.
The late Patsy Connolly, Cornalough and Toome.
The death took place last week of Patsy Connolly, Cornalough, Castleblayney. Sympathy is extended to his wife Mary and his sons and daughters.
The late Patsy will be remembered fondly also by the Toome GAA club. When it was decided to purchase and develop a new playing pitch for the Toome club, Patsy was prepared to work with the development. He had already been involved with Toome underage teams, and for a time, acted as club official.
As treasurer of the then newly formed development committee, he was a major force in raising funds and ensuring that these funds were spent in a wise fashion. Patsy encouraged his family to join in the many fund raising events organised by the committee.
The club will be forever grateful for his efforts as treasurer of the development committee, which was chaired by the late Tommy McMahon. Since Patsy’s death, many stories were told about the efforts to gather what was a large sum of money at the time, to complete the development. During those many meetings which were held, Patsy was always pleasant and sincere when dealing with people.
As the Toome community mourns the passing of Patsy, they give thanks for having such an honest hardworking gentleman as part of the community.
May he rest in peace.