Church News

There will be  Mass and Exposition in Drumsna on Friday May 22nd at 7pm. Holy Hour duty Mary B. Duignan Colleen Guckian.

9.30am Mass Sunday May 24th Reader Pat Reid, Ministers Bernie Daniels , Pat Reid.

Church Collectors for May Paddy Guckian, Padraig Dunne. Altar Society for May, Helen Cronogue , Eithne Sheeran

Social Dancing

There will be dancing  in  Duignan’s Lounge  Drumsna on Friday May 22nd with music by Rambling Fever.

Bingo.

Bingo continues in the Centre Drumsna on this Thursday May 21stat 9pm. Please note change of time to 9pm for the Summer months. Last week’s winners include Lily Duignan, Charles Beirne, Sarah Murray, Patricia Beirne.Raffle Sharon Mc Tiernan, Kathleen Moran, Carmel O’ Dowd. Free books Mary Geheran,  Martina Tully.

Drumsna Family Fun Day.

The Annual Drumsna family and fun day in the Paddock with kind permission of Tommy and Teasie Mc Loughlin takes place on Sunday June 14th. There will be children’s sports with mammies and daddy’s race, egg and spoon race , dog show,Bouncy Castles,Fortune Teller, Throw the wellie,Toss the sheaf ,  and much ,much more. Dancing in Duignan’s on the night and raffle for some nice prizes.If you would like to help out at the field day please give in your name to any D.D.A. member.

Annaduff G.A.A.

Club Annaduff  Gold ,Platinum and silver membership is now available, support your club by contacting John Thornton @ 087 2463837 or Kevin Ludlow @ 087 8132242.

Strictly Come Dancing.

Annaduff G.A.A. Club is delighted to announce that Strictly come dancing is coming a very people who do not require any experience in dance. Participants will undergo an intensive preparatory programme with experienced instructors during the Autumnmonths. This will culminate in a gala performance locally in November of this year. It promises to be a night definitely not to be missed. Information on same is available from any club official

Late James Gll.

The memory of the late brave James Gill of Dublin and Leitrim lives on in the continued memorial fundraising by his parents Geraldine and Declan Gill and the extended Gill family. James passed away two years ago from a very rare form of liver cancer at just twenty years old after a three year battle which he bravely fought  in vain.  Funds raised to bring him to America for treatment at that time, but he was too weak to avail of these funds which were  then used by his parents at the Dublin Hospital where he was cared for. After his Anniversary Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception Drumsna on Friday last, his Mother Geraldine bravely spoke of the brilliant young man her son was and how by the ongoing fund raising in his name, that the family had just donated two sofa beds and a special machine to Sligo General Hospital in recognition for all the fundraising work of the people in this area. James was a Grand- son of Mary and P.J. Gill Coolcrieve  Drumsna.