Six additional Lights have been passed by Monaghan County Council for the Mucker to Kednaminsha road P.J. O’Hanlon has informed us, they will be erected along the Muff/Mucker area and he also informs us that the road along Grattan Park is to be improved and Tarred. Both of these works will be very welcome by both the Walkers and Drivers of the Parish and all those from other areas who come to Inniskeen for their daily Walk.
On Saturday March 16 a treat is in store for who enjoy great traditonal/country/rock music with Up 2 It in the Rock Inn. A night not to be missed with Music to suit all tastes so be there for a great night’s craic.
Inis Oige Childcare
Inis Oige Childcare Inniskeen, Places available for out of school Easter Camp. Contact Fiona on 087 7071988 or 0429378668.
Deepest sympathy is extended to the Family, Relatives and Friends of Bridget Cumiskey, Ednamoe, who was laid to rest here during the week. To her Sons Fergus, Cyril and Richard, Daughters-inlaw, Grandchildren and all her sorrowing Family, Relatives and Friends we offer sincere sympathy.
To the Dowdall Family, Miskish and Blackstaff, deepest sympathy is extended on the death of Jim Dowdall, Clonmellon and formerly Miskish. To all who mourn we offer sincere sympathy.
To the Hatzer Family, Kilmurray we extend deepest sympathy on the death of Leo Hatzer, London and formerly Kilmurray. To all who mourn we offer sincere sympathy.
Irish dancing classes taught by World Champion Caoimhe Boylan takes place every Thursday evening at 6.00pm in the Community Centre. Children of all ages and ability welcome. For fun or competitions
The Bingo is on this Saturday night, as usual, in the Community Social Club at the usual time of 8.30pm. . The usual Prizes and a Jackpot of €650 on offer, increasing monthly by €50 if not won, this week on 45 numbers. Books €5 and Sheet €2. Bus from Carrickmacross each night leaving Convent Lands 7.45, Highfield entrance 7.47, Main Street at Bus Stop 7.50, O’Neill Street 7.52 and Cloughvalley 7.55. Bingo as usual on Saturday 29th December.
St.Patrick’s Day Committee
The 3rd Inniskeen St.Patrick’s Day Committee would like to extend an invitation to all Traditional Musicians to “A Gathering” for “A Ceile at the crossroads!” in Inniskeen, 18th March after the Inniskeen Parade. We encourage all with musical talent, albeit vocal and or instrumental to partake in the event, that which will enliven the spirit of the gathering! All Groups, Clubs etc in the parish and outside are invited to enter their Float. Local Business’s together with surrounding areas are invited to enter their Trade Stalls.
Please contact: Sinead @ 087 9306347
This Saturday music as usual for the weekly Dance for all those who are interested in Jiving etc. 10.15pm. This week the 2nd March the Oaklanders.
Dance Classes resumed on Monday, 7 January in Community Centre, 7.30pm to 8.30pm for beginners, 8.30pm to 9.30pm for advanced. Come along for great craic and a great way to exercise and learn to dance.
At the Pick 4 draw held on Monday February 25 the numbers drawn were 1, 6, 17 and 23 and there was no outright winner of the Jackpot of €2,400. Winners of €20 each are as follows:- Rosetta Ashfield, Ednamo, Maggie O’Keefe, Drumboat, Denise Meegan, Mullagh, Christina Irwin, c/o Bridget Hatzer, Kathleen McGeeney, Carrickakelly, May Keenan, 087 2375572, Patsy Maguire, 14 Deery Tce., Damian Hannaway, c/o Alison Finnegan, Eilish Finnegan Tullyvaragh and Jim Smith, Drumganny.. This week the Jackpot is €2,600 and to be in with a chance get your entry from any member of Inniskeen GFC, Blackstaff Parents Association or the Development Group.
St. Daigh’s National School
Enrolment Forms, Enrolment forms now available for parents wishing to enrol their children in St. Daigh’s National School in September. Call to the school office or phone (042) 9378256.
On Sunday night music as usual for the weekly Fun dance. A great nights dancing for all who enjoy lively music and fun dancing. This Sunday March 3rd the lively Dance music of Harmony .
The Tidy Towns together with the Killanny/Inniskeen scouts are looking for your help in helping us to collect 1500 2 litre 7up , club orange or 2 litre water bottles to build a plastic green house. please note milk bottles are not wanted. We will have a collection date next week
The Whist is held each Tuesday night at 8pm in the Social Club and new players are always welcome to come along and join in. On February 19th, the highest score was held by Maire Traynor, highest lady Mary McCartney, 2nd Lady: Margaret Clarke, highest gent Tom McHugh, 2nd Gent: Sheila O’Hare, lowest score Rose Ramsey, Sweep winner Joan Duffy, and longest Sit Bella Jones , Anybody wishing to have lessons phone 042 - 9378146