Local Notes April 12th

Progressive 25 – Fenagh Handball Club
The jackpot was won on Thursday night by Tom Tiernan. The club would like to thank everyone who took part over the thirteen week duration and hope to run the games again starting in October.

Fenagh Foroige
“Fenagh Foroige would like to thank all that donated so kindly to our recent cake sale in the community centre.  We appreciate the continued support”.

Fenagh Community Playgroup
Fenagh Community Playgroup is now enrolling for September 2015. We cater for children aged from 2 years 9 months up to 5 years. We also provide places under the ECCE programme. If your child is going to school in September 2016 and born between 2nd February 2011 to 30th June 2012 they are entitled to avail of the FREE pre school year. If you wish to enrol your child phone Ceara on 086  3593244.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Fenagh Visitor Centre is open all year round – (Heritage Centre, Indoor Children’s Play Area, Dolmen Café, Hall rental/meeting space). Mon to Friday 10.00-5.30pm and Sat/Sunday  12-5.30pm.  Free internet access (Wi-Fi), local newspapers and tourist information available to all visitors. Follow us on Facebook ‘fenaghvisitorcentre’. Also visit our website at www.fenagh.com which features lots of information on historical Fenagh, upcoming classes and events, Monk’s Den playtime and birthday rates, and other facilities on offer. For further information contact Teresa on (071) 9645590.

Fenagh Visitor Centre – Classes/Events April
Monday – Yoga for kids 4-5pm (starts April 13th),  Fitness with Julie 8pm
Tuesday – Active Age 8pm
Wednesdays – Restorative Movement Therapy 8pm
Thursdays – Parent & Toddler Group 10am-noon, Yoga 8.30pm
Fridays – Parent & Toddler Group 10am-12 noon

Community Centre – Classes/Events April
Badminton resumes in the Autumn
Foroige Fridays at 7pm
To book centre call 9645590

Fenagh Tidy Towns
As part of An Taisce’s Spring Clean Campaign 2015, there will be a cleanup session around the village and approach roads (weather permitting) on Thursday April 16th 6.30-8pm starting out at Fenagh Visitor Centre, new volunteers always welcome.  Queries to Teresa or Patrick at 9645590

 Fenagh St. Caillins GAA have registered for the Topaz Cash for Clubs initiative currently running at participating Topaz Fuel Stations The club would be grateful if all club members and customers in the community could start to collect stamps on campaign cards available from local Topaz stations. You’ll receive one stamp once you spend €40 on fuel purchases. Completed cards can be handed into the club secretary. Thank you for your support.


Irish Conversation Classes
Irish Conversation classes which have been going well since they started a number of weeks ago will continue in the parochial house, Foxfield on this  Wednesday 15th April  at 8pm. For further details contact Michael at 087 4340134.

Part-time IT skills course
Want to improve your computer skills and gain a recognised qualification?   Mohill Computer Training are running a part time Fetac/QQI Level 4 Computer Applications course running from Monday to Thursday 10 to 12.30 starting after Easter.  Course includes Word, Internet, Spreadsheets, Database and Desktop Publishing.   For more information call Doreen at 9632024.   Training is free to eligible applicants.

 Special Olympics Ireland’s Annual Collection Day  – Friday 24th April. Volunteers Needed!
Special Olympics Ireland urgently requires volunteers in the Leitrim area to help with our charity Collection Day on Friday April 24th. Collection Day is the biggest annual fundraising event in aid of Special Olympics Ireland. The money raised on the day will be used to ensure that Special Olympics Ireland can continue to realise its promise of offering people with an intellectual disability the opportunity to participate in sport in their area. Special OIympics Ireland is looking for volunteers across the day, so if you can commit to the full day or even just an hour, please contact Sandra Rowley on 085 8583530 or email sandrarowleygh@gmail.com

Slimming World Mohill has moved to a new venue! We are now in Canon Donohoe Hall every Thursday at 730pm. Come along and find out how you can eat yourself slim! Call Ciara 087 7685093 or just pop in on the night!

 Irish Sign Language
I wish to clarify regarding to “Irish Sign Language”, Irish Sign Language does not mean Sign Language through “Irish” it is through English. It is first language in Deaf Community and unique to Ireland same as America, England, France and other countries have their own Sign Language. It enables Deaf people to communicate English through hands, face expressions and body language. . To learn more text ONLY – Valerie Mahon –087 7666450.


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