Local Notes Dec 10th

Sympathy
Deepest sympathy is extended to Sinead Conefrey and family on the death of her brother Cyril Cosgrove, Garadice.  May he Rest in Peace.

Festive lights
Despite the inclement weather there was a good turnout for the switching on of Fenagh’s Christmas lights on Saturday evening last – big thanks to Santa for making the journey, Ryan for the lights switch on, the choir for the lovely carol singing and Melanie and Marc at The AbbeyBar for having the place looking so festive and welcoming.

Christmas Dates for your Diary 
ChristmasCarol Service St Catherines Church Dec 14th 7pm
Christmas Flower Arranging Dec 19th 8pm
Fenagh NS Carol Service Dec 20th7pm
Annual Table Quiz Dec 28th 9pm
Senior Citizen Annual Party Jan 6th3pm

Fenagh NS Children’s Christmas carol service
Will take place in St Mary’s Church at 7pm on Thursday 20th December. This will be followed by a presentation in the church to Mr Joe Reynolds on the occasion of his retirement as school principal.  There will berefreshments served in the community centre afterwards and all are welcome to attend to celebrate this special occasion.

Fenagh Parish Map of 1907 Book
Some additional copies of the book are now available at the Visitor Centre – cost 10 euro.

Progressive 25
The Autumn/Winter Leaguecontinues this Thursday night December 13th in Fenagh Community Centre,starting at 8.30. League prizes, Nightly prizes and Jackpots. Entry €8with refreshments served. All new players welcome. Proceeds in aid of FenaghHandball Club. Last weeks winners were Willie Conefrey and Lorcan Masterson 6games each

Tidy Towns Hamper
Lines now on sale at the Visitor Centre andfrom committee members for a lovely Christmas hamper.  2nd prize ScollansMeat Voucher 3rd prize Box Biscuits, draw takes place Dec 19th – thanks for allsupport, all monies raised goes back into Tidy Town projects

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Fenagh Visitor Centre is open all year round – (Heritage Centre, Indoor Children’s Play Area & Birthday Party Venue, Coffeeshop/WiFi, Hall rental/meeting space). Opening hours this week : Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm Sat & Sun 12-5.30pm.  For further information call (071) 9645590.  CHRISTMAS HOURS: Closed Dec 24th, 25th, 26th Open Dec 27-31st 12-5.30pm Closed Jan 1st Reopens Jan 2nd 10am

Fitness Classes
Fitness with Julie continues every Monday at 8pm.  Yoga with Deniese Thursday at 7pm (thisThursday Dec 13th is last yoga class until January).  Venue for both is Visitor Centre, suitablefor all fitness levels.

Fenagh Community Centre
Fenagh Community Centre is located beside Fenagh Church and is available to rent for functions, funerals, meetings, concerts, sports, etc. Call 071 9645590 to book or arrange a viewing.  You can also view the facilities on www.Fenagh.com or like our Face book page ‘Fenagh Community Centre

Social Dancing
Classes continue every Wednesday at Fenagh Community Centre 8.30pm.

Foroige Leadership for Life Workshop (Ages 15-18)
Continues every Friday from 7.30-8.30pm at Fenagh Community CentreLeadership for Life Programme – learn to be a  Leader through activities, make new friends, share your skills and gain a qualification!   Come along on the night or contact aine.tiernan@foroige.ie (086 7867323) or yvonne.heijneman@foroige.ie (086 7867330)

Assorted Fitness
FREE CHRISTMAS NIGHT – Fun fitness class party with an 80s theme in Ballinamore community centre at 8pm Thurs 20th ofDec, all welcome.  Lots of funky dances & lights with an 80s theme.Then we have our awards, refreshments & a raffle with all raised donated toBallinamore nursing home comfort fund.On weekly in Ballinamore community centreMon & Thurs at 8pm. In Ballinamore GAA Gym Tues & Thurs at 11am and Wed6.30pm & 7.30pm. For further information contact Michelle on0879390980 

The Leitrim Guardian 2019
Is available in shops and online at www.leitrimguardian.ie.  This unique publication contains various articles:  historical, literary, some deal with current affairs of topical interest, maybe tell the story of a famous Leitrim person who may have been forgotten in Leitrim. It also included short stories and poetry, The Leitrim Guardian, an annual publication which started in 1968, is Ireland’s only county journal and has 48 editions published to date. Produced entirely through voluntary effort, the journal is sold nationally and internationally. Please see www.leitrimguardian.ie for further information about the journal.  At only €12 it makes an ideal gift. Your support is greatly appreciated for this historic publication. 

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