W/E 31st October 2021

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Church News 

 The Church in Drumsna will be open each day from morning until evening for private prayer. Thanks is extended to Father Francis Garvey for Celebrating Mass in Drumsna on Thursday last.  Mass will be celebrated again on this Thursday October 21st at 10am. Social distancing applies.  Reader for Thursday Teasie Mc Loughlin. Altar Society for  October Geraldine Monaghan, Mary Gillooly, Deirdre Flynn. Sunday Mass in St. Mary’s Annaduff at 11am.Envelopes for the November Masses for the dead are inside the Church door and can be left at the Altar.

Important Church Notice.

The Diary for  Priests covering for our P. P. Fr. J. Wall, Annaduff is now in Carrick-on-Shannon for easy access to the priests who are kindly saying our Masses etc.,  Those wishing to book Mass, Baptism  or weddings for this area should book through the Parish office St. Mary’s,  Kiltoghert at 071 9620118

Cemetery Sunday.

Mass for the Dead and including especially, those who were  bereaved in the past year in St. Mary’s Church Annaduff on Sunday November 14th at 4pm. Followed by the Blessing of the graves.

Living Well Programme.

New dates have been announced for the HSE living well programme  Monday 1st November. If you are living with a long term health condition this programme will help you learn the tools to live a healthy and active life. For more information or to book a lace contact Olga on 086 6078950 or email olga.maguire@mayocil.ie. Please note you do not have to disclose your health condition on the programme. For more information go to www.hse.ie/livingwell

Leitrim Volunteer Awards. 2021.

Leitrim volunteer Centre works with volunteers and non profit organisations aiming to promote the value of volunteering to organisations and individuals and to increase the range of quality of volunteering across County Leitrim. We match volunteers to suitable roles with non profit organisations and offer support to organisations with all aspects of involving volunteers. Leitrim Volunteer Centre wish to recognise value and show it’s utmost gratitude to the many people who volunteer and who have volunteered in our County. Recognition will also be given to those who went beyond the call of duty during Covid 19. The event will take place on Friday November 5th between 12noon and 4pm. At Drumsna Community and Resource Centre, Quay Street Drumsna .Co. LeitrimN4 ! D9P9.

Groups who involve volunteers are strongly encouraged to nominate. Further information on nominations for the awards can be met by emailing infovolunteeringleitrim.ie outlining the following details; Name of volunteer, organisation category, and please also outline why you are nominating this individual. For further information please contact Charlotte, Orla or Josephine at the Leitrim Volunteer Centre /Education Centre, Marymount Carrick-on-Shannon, or email infovolunteerleitrim.ie also wwwvolunteeleitrim.ie www.facebook.com/leitrimvolunteercentretwitter:@volunteerleitrim.

Golden Age Meeting.

There will be a Golden Age Meeting in the Community Centre Drumsna on today Wednesday week  November 4th at the new time of three thirty pm. New members are very welcome. The Annual golden Age /Parish Christmas party is back on again on Sunday December 5th and will be in the Bush Hotel per usual with a lovely festive menu. Glenside Country will supply the music and dinner is at 3pm. Are welcome just give your name to any member of the group.

MSLETB Course.

The MSLETB are running a Fully Funded course in Health skills QQ1L5 duration 47 weeks. Suitable for someone looking for work as a health care assistant. Register your interest at hhtps://www.fetchcourses.ie/course/finder?sfcwcourseeld=248893 or call 071 919500 for more information


Sunday October 31st is Halloween and more than likely children will be able to go trick or treating this year. Remember that there may be elderly  people in your area who are not opening their doors to all and sundry yet. If there are no Halloween decorations up or a light on respect their privacy. Apart from that enjoy the celebrations and stay safe.

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