Askeaton/Ballysteen Community council lotto draw: The jackpot was not won. The numbers drawn were 6, 10, 16 and 25. The lucky dip winners were Michelle & Aimee Sheehan c/o F. McCarthy, Nancy Harte c/o U. McCarthy, Gearoid Walsh c/o S Balpe, John Jnr Loughnane & D Doupe c/o M McKnight, Noelene Maune c/o PO. Next week’s jackpot is €2,600 and the venue is Hallinan’s.
Ballysteen lotto: The jackpot was not now. The numbers drawn were 1, 8, 9 and 27. The lucky dip winners were Katie & John Ward c/o P Holland, Mary McDonagh c/o P McDonagh, J Blessing c/o J Holland, Noel Sheahan c/o J Neville. Next week’s jackpot is €4,700 and the venue is The Corner House.
Askeaton GAA lotto: The jackpot was not won. The numbers drawn were 4, 11, 12 and 24. The lucky dip winners were Mary Hayes c/o Ter Moran, Patrick Power c/o Sean Moran, JJ Casey c/o Dick Costello, Pakie O’Donoghue c/o Larry Meade. Promoters prize Ter Moran . Next week’s jackpot is €8,000 and the venue is Kennedy’s
Community games: our local sports day takes place on Saturday, May 18 at 3.30pm in the GAA pitch in Askeaton.
Varied programme for toddlers up to U16’s. So come along for a fun family day out. Lots of novelty events, so bring your old tights, spoons and spuds. Races for mammy, daddy and grandparents too. Lots of medals and trophies to win.
PTAA : The annual church gate collection on behalf of the Pioneer Asssocation will be held this Saturday and Sunday. Your support will be very much appreciated.
Colaiste Mhuire: Young Social Innovators: Congratulations to Ms McCormack and the Transition Year YSI students from Coláiste Mhuire on their excellent result at the YSI National Showcase in the City West Hotel, Dublin, on Wednesday 8th May. The group’s project, called “Open Your Eyes”, won the top award in their category, Making our World Safer. The YSI students have written a colourful, easy-to-read childrens’ storybook called “Open Your Eyes”, with a serious message for young children about the dangers of strangers. YSI stands for Young Social Innovators, a programme which involves young people tackling social issues in their community. It is a huge achievement to present at the National Showcase and Coláiste Mhuire was one of only 60 qualifying schools from the 350 schools who entered the competition. Very well done to all involved.
SCIFEST: Well done to Dearbhla Guerin in 5th year who won the Newstalk Best Communicator Award at SCIFEST in LIT on May 1st. Dearbhla presented her Young Scientist Project, The development of race track surfaces in Ireland and the UK over the last 25 years and the benefits that have emerged from these developments at the SCIFEST exhibition. The aim of SCIFEST is to encourage a love of science through active, collaborative, inquiry-based learning and to provide a forum for students at local, regional and national level to present and display their scientific investigations.
Momma Mia! Here we go again....!: Transition Year students are delighted to present the popular musical Momma Mia! Here we go again... on May 23rd & 24th in the Community Hall, Askeaton. Rehearsals are ongoing for this musical extravaganza and tickets are on sale now at the school office!