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Mullagh / Cross News for Sunday 15/04/2018

CLG Cuchulainn’s Lotto Results:

8/4/18 -   2, 18, 19, 26 – No Winner

Prepaid €50 Winner:  Fergal Kenny

Envelope €50 Winner:  Tony Router Virginia.

Current Jackpot:  €5,250.

Next Draw on Sunday 15 April at Bingo.

Please Note from April 1 draw onwards you can select 4 Lotto Numbers from 1 – 30.  Annual Lotto Tickets (€90) are on sale in Monaghan’s Shop or please ask any Club Official

Bingo in Mullagh Hall – Sunday Evenings 8.30-10pm.  Come along and play our new game Lucky 90- €2 a number. All players welcome, up to € 1,540 in prizes.

Mullagh Tidy Towns in conjunction with Kilian’s Lodge Hotel and CLG Cuchulainn are holding our annual clean-up as part of An Taisce’s National Spring Clean on Saturday 21st April, assembling on the Fair Green opposite Kilian’s Lodge Hotel at 10:30am and are urging everyone to get involved. Refreshment in the Hotel afterwards for all who take part. Following a long winter, the roads are in a terrible state. We are asking farmers and land owners with road frontage to pick and remove any rubbish from their ditches and hedges. We encourage residents groups to clean the paths outside their estates. We ask the residents and businesses in the village to sweep and wash the footpaths. Why not wash the Townlands signs or any signs convenient to you. Everything, no matter how small makes a difference. Collection point for all rubbish collected on the day will be the Fair Green.  Further details, contact Tommy on 087-7696332. 

St Kilian’s Heritage Centre:

Summer Opening Hours –

Tuesday – Friday 10.00 am – 6.00 pm, Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Mondays 2 – 6 pm.

Contact 046 9242433

Email: stkiliancentre@eircom.net –

Webite: stkiliansheritagecentre.ie

We have a lovely selection of Sterling Silver Chains and Medals, Cards, Photo Frames, Albums, Prayer Books and Beads from Veritas for Frist Holy Communion and Confirmation.

SVP Shop

Opening Hours – Monday – Saturday 10 am – 2 pm.  Shop phone No: – 087 3315371.  Confidential No: -

1800 677 777

Slimming World:

Continues St. Kilian’s Heritage Centre every Thursday 5.30pm & 7.30pm with Consultant Karen for details contact 087 9061126 

MOYNALTY DRAMA GROUP present “Cold Front” by Alan Robinson in Muintir Na Tire Hall, Moynalty on Fri 27, Sat 28, & Sun 29 April.  We’ve picked a great comedy for our 10th annual show so come along for a great night. Tickets €12.50 on the door. Doors open at 7.30pm. For group bookings/enquiries 087-7512230

CMETB

Level 3 Word Processing Computer Course. This is a 6 week course running 2 days per week, Wednesdays from 2 -5 pm and Fridays 10 am – 1 pm. It will start on Wednesday 23 May to finish Friday 29 June.  Contact the Heritage Centre for further information 046 9242433.

Ballroom Dancing: Friday April 20 in Cross Hall. Music by Curtis Magee. Dancing 10 am – 12.30pm. Supper served all welcome. 

Keep Fit Classes: Circuit Training in Cross Hall on every Monday at 8 pm. All levels of Fitness catered for, you work at your own pace.  All Welcome.  Contact 087 2274710

St Dymphna’s Charity Shop

“Hidden Treasure” is still open and doing great. We can never thank you enough for the support.  We have decided to change our name in honour of St Dymphna – the patron saint of nervous and mental disease.  All proceeds are shared between Pieta House & SOSAD Cavan

If anyone (male/female) in the Cross / Mullagh area is interested/eligible in taking part in CES (Community Employment Scheme) please contact Rosie Brady (Scheme co coordinator) on (086) 8098038 for scheme details etc…. Duties would include general cleaning & tidying of Cross Community Hall. For more information on job duties please contact either of the following Tony Murtagh (086)8503860 or Monica Lynch (086)0702026.

Virginia and District Historical Society will host a lecture on ‘From Virginia to Monte Cassino: the story of Tim Gillick’s World War 2 experiences in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany from 1942 to 1945′. His daughter, Margaret Gildea, will deliver this lecture in the People’s Hall, Church of Ireland, Virginia on Friday April 20 at 8.30 pm.

The AGM of the Society will take place before the lecture at 7.00 pm. All are welcome