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Toome Notes

March 27th, 2012

Lotto: No winner for the week 26/03/12, numbers drawn were 5-7-19-24, winners of the €20 lucky dip were Caroline O’Connor Lackafin, Eamon Courtney Lackafin, Paul Cumiskey Tray, Breege Mc Cann Drumacon, Alison Mc Cahey Analitten. Next week’s jackpot is €3,000.

Astro-Turf: Spaces available contact Louis @087-6503826.

Easter Draw: Tickets now on sale for our annual draw, with Easter eggs kindly sponsored by Mc Ardle Carpentry and Building contractors ltd.

Membership Fees Now Due: Family €60, Single Parent Family €30, Adult €40, Juvenile €10, Student €10.  Registrations can be made every Monday @ Toome Centre between 6.30pm & 7.30pm.

Monaghan Coaching and Games Committee are recruiting Go Games referees for the coming year. Each referee will receive €15 per blitz. Referee’s must be aged between 14and 18 years of age (3rd level students can also apply).

3 Day Easter Camp in Ballybay / Scotstown / Donaghmoyne: on 10th/11th/12th April from 10:30am to 2:30pm. Cost 40euro for 1st child and 35euro for additional children from same family. Targeting boys & girls aged 5 to 10 (if older children want to attend please contact Paul O’Connor). For further information contact Paul O’Connor @ or at 0868374827 or on the county website;

Nursery Games: Resume this Friday March 31st @ 5.30pm until 6.30pm, for kids aged from 3-6 years €2.00 per family.

Sympathies: the club extends its deepest sympathies to the Walsh of Coolskeagh on the death of Patsy. Ar Dhies De go raibh a anam dilish.

The Toome GAA club was by the death of the Late Patsy Walsh, RIP Coolskeagh, Castleblayney.  The late Patsy was hon President of the club and he has been a key member in all aspects of the clubs development for many years.  Patsy supported by his wife Rose, son Patrick and daughter Siobhan have played a major part in the development of the football team and the purchase and development of the new St Victors Park.  He was a founder member of the then Field Committee in 1981 and along with the other members of the committee they travelled far and wide selling raffle tickets in order to raise funds for the development.  Patsy was a member of the Toome Dramatic group at an earlier time and was always willing and able to help when called upon.  The entire Toome area will miss his friendly smile and his keen interest in the welfare of everyone in the area.  Sincere sympathy is passed to Rose, Patrick and Siobhan.

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