CHURCH NOTICES: Weekend Masses, Saturday 7pm anniversary Margaret & Bill Keogh. Sunday 10.30 am anniversary David & Mary Mc Carthy.
PRAYERS FOR STUDENTS DOING EXAMS: Support and prayers for all involved. Prayer cards can be handed in and placed in the basket marked “for the altar”. Fr. Mike will put the basket on the altar each time he says mass and pray for the students presently doing exams. We urge as many as possible to take a card and pray.
BEREAVEMENT: The death occurred recently of Mrs. Peg Carmody, Main Street Hospital, aunt of Sean Gallagher Arywee. We extend our sympathy to all relatives and friends, may she rest in peace.
FEDAMORE ICA: Fedamore ICA trip to Bunratty and Ennis on June 8. Interested ????, please contact Noreen O’Keeffe and Phyllis O’Keeffe. Bus leaves from church at 9am and returns at 6.30pm approx. Fare €12.
WILLIE KEOGH MEMORIAL DARTS COMPETITION IN AID OF MILFORD HOSPICE: Was held in The Ranch Bar on Friday night last. A special thanks to all who supported by taking part in the competition or giving donations. The memorial cup and trophies were kindly sponsored by Christy Enright (England). This years winner was Mike Haigney, Ballinagarde, and runner up Jimmy Hofler Jnr. A great night was enjoyed by all.
LOTTO: Castle Rovers weekly lotto draw was held in The Ranch Bar, numbers drawn were:- 1 – 7 – 10 – 16. No Jackpot winner, one player with Match 3 – John Mc Mahon, Skule. Your supported is appreciated.
OVER 40’s SOCCER: This years Over 40s Soccer tournament in aid of local charities, takes place on June 22 & 23 in Pearse Stadium Janesboro. Sponsorship cards are available now from John Condon Fanningstown, your support is appreciated.
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