- Created on Wednesday, 20 September 2006
John who believes its never too late to learn music, will give a talk and music demonstration and invite audience participation. Feel free to bring your musical instruments. All ages are welcome.
The event takes place tonight, Tuesday at 9pm. Tea will be served and cover charge is €4. The night is sponsored by County Mayo VEC and the Arts Office, Mayo County Council.
VOTES OF SYMPATHY
At the executive meeting of the Crossmolina GAA Club on Monday, September 11, votes of sympathy were expressed to the families of the following who died recently. Barry Barr, Hillcrest, Crossmolina; Joe Langan, The Curragh, Castle-bar; James O’Connell, Dominic St, Portumna, Galway, brother of Helen Moore, Castlehill; Ena Carney (nee) Cafferkey, Westfield Park, Bray, and formerly of Keenagh; Maureen Kelly, Manchester, niece of the Fox family, Church Street, Crossmolina; Michael Mulhern, Mass-brook; Patrick McGoff, Tubbermore, Crossmolina; Mary Breslin, Fotish, Cross-molina; Katy Kelly, London, sister of Margaret Hopkins, Ballinamuck, Crossmolina; Michael Foody, Church Street, Charlestown and formerly of Ballymachola; Thomas Kelly, Dublin, father of Ann Heffernan, Abbey-town, Crossmolina; Fintan Caden, Castlehill, Ballina; George Mortimer, Shrule; Mary Kate (Lily) Rowland, St Mary’s Park and Derra, Keenagh. May they rest in peace.
There was no winner of the Crossmolina GAA lotto jackpot on Saturday night, September 9. The numbers drawn were 2, 3, 8 and 32. No punter matched three numbers and six punters names were drawn from the drum; Eugene Rochford, St. Patricks Ave, Crossmolina; Dara Quinn, Bridge Street, Crossmolina, Joe McHale, Rathnamagh, Crossmolina, Marian Moran, Lecarrow, Crossmolina, John Gallagher, Erris Road, Cross-molina, Mary Jordan, Enniscoe, Castlehill, Ballina. Each win •25. The draw took place in Sticks. Next weeks jackpot is •6800.
Crossmolina continued their good form of luck in the Mayo Ladies Minor championship at Bofeenaun on Tuesday last. Crossmolina dominated the first half and lead at half time by 4-8 to 0-4. Castlebar came more into it in the second half and two late goals gave the score board a more respectable look. The final score was Crossmolina 6-10 to Castle-bar 2-8. Crossmolina team: Clarie Greham, Una Mayock, Ann Marie Haran, Emma Duffy, Mary Collins, Lisa Maughan, Emma Kelly, Martina Gallagher, Shauna Maughan, Grace Howley (0-1), Nicola Leonard (0-3), Amanda Syron, Rebecca Walsh (3-3), Mary Margaret Leonard, Sarah Melvin (2-2). Subs Nicola Birrane (1-0), Lisa McNamara (0-1), Pamela Rowland and Aoife Murphy.. Referee: Liam Devenney, Ballina. RURAL
Moy Valley Rural Development 2007-2013 public meeting on Wednesday night, September 20, at 8.30pm in the Enterprise Centre (upstairs). Views on needs and development in the community welcome.
Five teams from Cross-molina won All-Ireland titles at the PTAA finals in Tubbercurry on Saturday week last. The U-12 girls won basketball and Gaelic football with the same panel of Sarah Duffy, Jane Fox, Nicole Caden, Eimear Loftus, Carole Fair, Marie Lack-en and Rachel Melvin. The Over 15 ladies won the basketball; Sarah Syron, Maeve Tierney, Margaret Howley, Ailish Mangan, Grace Howley, Sarah O’Malley, and Claire Greham. The Over 15 ladies won the Gaelic football; Lisa Maughan, Christine Lynn, Ann Marie Haran, Clare Greham, Una Mayock, Grace Howley and Lisa McNamara. The Over 15 boys basketball were also victorious with Stephen Duffy, Joe Keane, Joe Melvin, Damien McGarrigle, Enda Jordan, James Cafferty and Gerard Caden. The same panel with the only change Noel Tier-ney coming in for Damien McGarrigle were defeated in the Gaelic final. Congratulations to all concerned especially to their coaches, Maeve Tierney, Margaret Howley, Patsy Duffy, Michael Jordan, Ciaran Loftus, Michael Lynn, and Peadar Flynn. Special thanks to all who organised bonfires and greeted the teams on their way home.
A cookery demonstration hosted by local chef Michael Mullen of Designer School of Cooking will be held in the Dolphin Hotel, Cross-molina, at 9pm on Wednesday, September 27. Admission is •5, so come along and sample some delights. For further information please call 085-7337633.
LATE MARGARET LYNN
The death occurred at Mayo General Hospital on Wednesday, September 13 of Margaret (Gretta) Lynn, The Boreen, Crossmolina. Her remains were removed from Hiney's Funeral Home on Thursday evening to St Tiernan's Church. Burial took place in Cross-molina cemetery on Friday after Requiem Mass. Margaret is survived by her brothers Mick, London; Johnny, The Boreen Crossmolina; Tommy, London; sisters Bridie Cartwright, Knockleggan, Crossmolina; Josephine Varvell, Oxford-shire; Deanie Lynn, Epson, Surry, England; sisters-inlaw, brother-in-law, nieces, nephews, relations and friends. May she rest in peace.
The weekly Crossmolina Bridge game is back for another season on this Thursday night, September 21 in Hineys. The game starts at 8pm.
Results of the game played on September 7th; Top Score, Bridie Cawley, 1st Lady, Hilary Marsh and Veronica Kelly. 2nd Lady, Ann Patterson, 1st Gent, Maureen Gallagher, 2nd Gent, John Timlin, Lowest Score, Pauline Connor and Longest sitting, Pat Walshe. Raffle winners were Mary Ryan, Hillary Marsh and Phil Crean. Whist drive is held every Thursday evening at 8.30pm in the Social Services Centre, Chapel Street.
New members are now invited to join this lively group. Many activities to enjoy. Pick what suits you best and get involved.
TERRY FOX RUN
The Terry Fox run will take place on October 15th in Belleek Woods. Sponsorship cards are available from Michael Rice, the Shoe Hospital, Ballina.
Children and Teenage Art Classes have resumed again. Contact Renee on 087- 9502424.