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ST EUNAN’S, LETTERKENNY: The club is mourning the loss of Raymond Blake and Dessie Larkin.

Raymond was a devoted clubman who was always highly regarded for his many years of service to the club as a player, a coach and a long-term sponsor. More than that, he was a family member to a number of our members as well as being a great friend to so many more.

As a club and a community, we would like to express our most genuine and sincere sympathies to Raymond's family, friends and loved ones. A great character like him is going to be sorely missed, but he will undoubtedly live on in the hearts and minds of all who knew him.

Dessie Larkin was a member of our club and a former player. As recently as Saturday, the former town mayor of Letterkenny was paying tributes online to Raymond Blake. Dessie played on the U21 team that won the county championship in 1990 when Raymond was the manager.

Sympathies are extended to Dessie's friends and family, particularly his wife Mary and their young children. He will be dearly missed. Ar dheis de go raibh a h-anam.

ST PATRICK’S, DONAGHMORE: There will be a volunteer day on Saturday, March 30. In preparation for the senior season kicking off, the club is calling on all members and families to ‘chip in’ to give the club and grounds a spring facelift. Any contribution of time or skills would be welcomed.

GLASDRUMMAN: The club is delighted to announce that the launch of the three year development plan will take place in the clubrooms on Friday, March 29 at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome and there will be entertainment and refreshments throughout the night.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: A new flower arranging class will begin at 7pm on March 28. You will be supplied with a container, floral foam and refreshments.

You will need to bring your own flowers and foliage, however a picture of the intended arrangement will be posted closer to the time to give you an idea of which flowers to purchase. You can call Mandy O’Connor on 07950 999429 to book your place or get more info. This is a class for all abilities. Everyone is welcome.

LIMAVADY WOLFHOUNDS: The senior ladies will be holding a car wash on Saturday morning at Christ the King car park. It all starts at 10am and it's £5 per car.

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