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CR News 14.04.2024

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Sunday 14th Apr, 11 am, St. Michael’s – MM Mary McCabe, Corkishbane.

1st AM Lorraine Mullan, Mullaghcroghery.

Pete Burns, Coraghy & deceased member of the Burns family.

Tom, Packie, Annie, Pat, Brian & Peter McNally, Greaghlatacapple, & deceased member of the McNally family.

 

Wednesday 17th Apr, 7.30 pm, St. John’s – Teasie McConnon, Farney Street & her parents Pete & Alice & her brothers Peter, James & Patrick, her sisters Ali, Bridget & Molly & deceased members of the McConnon & McEneaney families.

 

Sunday 21st Apr, 11 am, St. John’s – Maureen & J.J. McEnaney, Corvally.

Jim Murphy, Raferagh.

 

Webcam & Full Parish Bulletin Link https://www.carrickmacrossparish.ie/our-parish/web-cam/

 

Corduff Raferagh Community Centre Class & Group activities – Monday – No Computer Class this Monday.  Set dancing at 8 pm.  Line dancing at 7 pm.  Tuesday – Active Retirement Group meets at 10 am every second Tuesday.  Ceili Dancing Class 8.15 pm – 9.30 pm.  Wednesday – Bowls at 8 pm.  Thursday – Corduff Pipers at 8.30 – 10 pm.

 

Upcoming Events in Corduff Raferagh Community Centre & the Mountain Dew

Apr 20th – Where There’s a Will … There’s a Relative

Apr 19th – Trad Session

Apr 27th – Social Dancing to Noel Briody

 

New Defibrillator – The New Defibrillator and Cabinet is now in place, in the same location as the old unit, which is at the original doorway to the Community Centre.  This is a vital piece of Community equipment and we would like to Thank Sincere all the groups, businesses and individuals who contributed generously to the replacement of the unit.  Thanks also to Luke Comiskey for his advice, guidance and help with this project.

This unit is one of many in the surrounding area which is available for emergencies,

Corduff Community Centre A81 A263

Corcreagh National School A81 YR59

Shantonagh Post Office A75 FK75

McEvoy’s Pharmacy, Shercock A81 YX27

Manor Farm Gates, Shercock, A81 RH39

Carrickmacross Workhouse A81 E372

Bawn handball club

 

Where There’s a Will … There’s a … Relative – If you missed last night’s performance you still have a chance to catch up with this hilarious bunch (Marian, Eileen, Paddy, Vincey, Briege, Lorcan, Michael, Gerry, Patrick, Bernie, John and Sinead) next Saturday 20th at 8pm.  Tickets are €20 and are on sale in the Mountain Dew; in reception at the Community Centre; O’Rourke’s, Carrickmacross; McNally’s Centra, Shercock, or from Pauline Reilly, Eileen Gomez, Michael Corrigan or Bernie Walsh.  We are looking forward to another great night’s craic and appreciate your support for this fundraising event

 

The Corduff Raferagh Drama Group’s performance of ‘Where There’s a Will … There’s a … Relative’ is a fundraiser for the ongoing building enhancements taking place at the moment at Corduff Raferagh Community Centre.  For a relatively small addition, size wise, there is a complicated sequence of tasks that needs to be completed, apart from the actual construction itself, the rearranging of water supplies, cable’s, electrics, plumbing, breaking in walls on three levels of the building etc, all behind the scenes work.  We, the Community Association, would like to thank sincerely the Drama Group for their support for this endeavour.    We would also like to acknowledge and thank sincerely all clubs, groups and users of the facilities for their cooperation for the inconvenience caused by the works.  The work is progressing steadily and in the coming weeks we look forward to the completion of this magnificent addition to our Community Centre.  Go Raibh Maith Agat

 

Corduff Corracharra Group Water Scheme, REMINDER – Tomorrow Monday 15th April, the water supply will be interrupted from  9.30 am – 4.30 pm approx. as a major upgrade to the water main takes place.

 

National Spring Clean – It’s been a few years now since we participated in the National Spring Clean and the build-up of litter on our roads is very noticeable.  With Covid and general despondency among those who give a little time each year to enhance our area, it is hard to keep going, while others are just serial litterers and don’t give a hoot.  But between now and Saturday 27th April, those who do give a hoot, will be back out on our roads making a difference and enhancing our area by picking up the rubbish that others carelessly throw out of their vehicles.  Bags, Pickers & Gloves are available in the Community Centre reception area for those who wish to participate.   Pick your own road, or pick another road, dedicate an hour or two and you will see an amazing difference.   Yes it is extremely aggravating to see a road cleaned and days later new litter appearing, but that is just pure shame on the litterers.

A skip will be at Corduff Raferagh Community Centre on Saturday April 27th for you to drop off your official bags of litter.

 

“Ah’ how do you do’ Sir” a new book by John Scully telling “the unfamiliar story of Patrick Byrne, the famed harper from Magheracloone, who is sometimes acknowledged as the last of the genuine Irish Bards.  The book is on sale in Keegan’s or Birdy’s newsagents.

 

Bishop Joseph Duffy’s latest book: Aghabog Inheritance will be launched on Monday, 29th April at 8pm in St Joseph’s Pastoral Centre. Aghabog Inheritance concentrates on the history of the parish of Aghabog and the 4 surrounding parishes of Currin, Ematris, Killeevan and Kilmore & Drumsnatt, uncovering many interesting historical facts, writings, stories, peoples, places, and saints associated with the parish and townlands in the area covered by the book. All are welcome.

 

Charity Football Match in aid of Carrick Cancer: We want to thank all the players at the Easter Monday football match, featuring the former greats from the following clubs Corduff, Carrickmacross, Magheracloone, Killanny, Inniskeen, Donaghamoyne and Shercock. Thank you also to those who gave donations at the gate and the staff of the Mountain Dew for the food and help on the day.

 

New Email Address – Corduff Raferagh Community Centre Email address has changed to info@corduffraferagh.ie   Emails sent to the old address will be forwarded to this new address, but we ask that all new communication comes through the email address above.

Also please use the new address above for all community newspapers, webpage or Facebook notices, announcements or events etc.