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Aimee Boyle of Newtonbutler launches the fundraising cycle hosted by Bunnahone Bunnies Cross Community Playgroup, which will take off from Tír Navar, Derrygonnelly on Sunday, September 17. Any enquiries, contact bunnahonebunnies@hotmail.com
Padraig O Meiscill

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DONAGHMORE: Any club member who is interested in undertaking training for refereeing, please contact any member of the committee. Courses are currently taking place for girls/boys aged 14-17, but alternative arrangements can be made for any interested member outside this age bracket.

The local youth club has recently restarted, with a few volunteers helping to supervise the children on Tuesday and Friday evenings. The success of the relaunch means the youth club is currently short-staffed, especially on Friday evenings. We are therefore asking for anyone interested in helping out to contact Grace Girvan in BEAM for further information or, alternatively, speak with Éamonn Hamill or any member of the committee.

The club extends its sympathies to the Kavanagh family on the recent passing of Packie. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

LIMAVADY WOLFHOUNDS: The annual All-Ireland club breakfast will be held in the Market Yard on Friday, September 15 from 7am to 10am. Tickets are on sale from any member of the committee: Adults £10, children £5 and nursery school children are free of charge.

PATRICK PEARSE'S, KILREA: The club development draw took place last Saturday at Pearse Park. A BBQ and refreshments got things going before the draw was made. Parish priest Fr. John Cargan had the honour of pulling out the winning tickets, with £10,000 won by Danny McManus from Randalstown. The four £500 prizes went to Seán McKeever (Portglenone), Chris McDonnell, Seanan McToal (Waterfoot) and Declan McMullan (Rasharkin).

GLASDRUMMAN: Anyone wishing to donate second-hand clothing to assist with the club's fundraising efforts, please leave at clubrooms or contact Colette Burden.

Club activities this week: Monday, yoga at 8pm; Wednesday, walking group at 7pm; Thursday, bingo at 8.30pm, usual return minibus available for Kilkeel, Ballymartin and Annalong.

DARRAGH CROSS: There will be a meeting this Sunday in the clubrooms at 4pm for anyone aged 17 and under who is interested in getting involved in the Scór na nÓg team for 2017-18. We are looking for solo singers, musicians, Irish dancers and those interested in drama. All welcome.

Rory's Stories comedy show, as seen on Facebook on Saturday, September 30. Tickets now on sale at £10 each. Please contact Marie Clare Marks on 07921 847663. Music and dancing afterwards by the Whole Hog.

ST JOHN'S: Tickets are now available for the gala ball on November 4.

On Wednesday, September 13, the walking group will be going along the lanes around Drumee (between Castlewellan and Newcastle), leaving St John's at 7pm.

EGLISH ST PATRICK'S: Any club member who would like a ticket for the All-Ireland SFC final on Sunday, September 17 must text their request to Paul Donaghy on 07818015020 before this Sunday.

ST PETER'S, LURGAN: The club's annual golf classic will now take place on Friday, September 15 at Lurgan Golf Club. With support from principal sponsor LA Drinks and over £10,000 worth of prizes, the event continues to be very popular, with a few slots still available. To advertise or take part, please contact Jimmy on 07905 456632.

ST EUNAN'S, LETTERKENNY: Our deepest sympathies to Joe Winston and family on the sudden passing of Barney last weekend.

BUNSCOIL NAOMH BRÍD, TIRKANE & ST BRIGID'S PS: The schools are holding a fundraising Big Breakfast at Slaughtneil GAC this Sunday from 9am-12noon. Please come along and support the schools in our community.

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