Churches’ charity 6k walk tomorrow

St Baithin’s Church and Ballylennon Church invite you to join them tomorrow for their 6K Fundraising Walk from St Baithin’s Church car park to Ballylennon Church Hall, leaving from 2 to 3pm. Proceeds will go to St Johnston and Carrigans Social Services Fund. Subscription will be €5 which includes hi-viz jacket, refreshments en route and tea at the finish in Ballylennon Church Hall. Transport will be provided for return journey if desired.

St Baithin’s Church and Ballylennon Church invite you to join them tomorrow for their 6K Fundraising Walk from St Baithin’s Church car park to Ballylennon Church Hall, leaving from 2 to 3pm. Proceeds will go to St Johnston and Carrigans Social Services Fund. Subscription will be €5 which includes hi-viz jacket, refreshments en route and tea at the finish in Ballylennon Church Hall. Transport will be provided for return journey if desired.

Ballylennon Presbyterian Church is hosting an evening of The Ford Story by George Conn with a display of Ford Tractors from vintage to present-day in the church car park, located on L2374 between Raphoe and St Johnston on Saturday, 27 June. Barbecue served from 7 pm with viewing of tractors. Presentation at 8 pm and admission is free. Everybody is welcome.

There are still places left on the Friday morning baby massage class in St Johnston & Carrigans Family Resource Centre. The baby massage is facilitated by Noeleen McAteer an experienced practitioner who will ensure the experience is enjoyable and memorable for both parent and baby. Please call Mary at 074 91 48551 for further information or to register a place.

Registration for summer activities at the resource centre will take place next Wednesday, June 24th from 9.15am – 12noon and Thursday 25th June from2-4pm. Fun activities for all ages from preschool to teens which will include swimming, Waterworld, Lurgybrack Farm, Jump Lanes, Dunlewey, Super 7s, Tiny Tunes, Bouncy Castles, Water Play, Barbecue and Family Fun Days.

St Johnston and Carrigans Community Employment Project is currently recruiting for 1 Youth Worker, to be based in St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre The position is on a 19.5 hour per week basis. Job Description and Application forms are available from St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre, telephone (074) 91 48551. Closing date Friday 26 June.

Regional Employment Outreach Service will be in St Johnston and Carrigans FRC on Tuesday 2 July from 11am – 1pm.

The Cheap and Cheerful Jumble Sale and Coffee Morning raised €761. All monies raised will be shared between the Counselling Service and the Resource Centre. Thanks to all who came to support this event and who helped in any way.

Fresh Produce is an exciting new project which will be facilitated by Darran McGlynn to enable young people from the area to engage with contemporary visual art and making. Three sessions, spread between St. Johnston and VOID, will explore some techniques used for designing and making your own apparel and posters. Limited places so to avoid disappointment please contact Deborah at the Resource Centre (074 91 48551) or via facebook. You can get to the facebook page from www.stjohnstonandcarrigans.com.

Walk and Talk Group next Saturday walk will be ‘Inishowen Head Walk’ on 27 June. The bus will leave St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre at 9am and return at approximately 5pm. Cost €7 per person. Walkers please bring and wear appropriate clothes, pack a snack and bring money for a bite to eat on the way home. Places on the bus are limited so to avoid disappointment book a place by phoning the centre on (074) 91 48551 or contacting Sarah Hunter at the local shop.

Ard Baithin Residents Association has organised a draw for a hamper. Lines priced at €2 are available at the Resource Centre.

Popular Bluegrass Band ‘Knotty Pine’ will be performing live at the Bluegrass Festival on Saturday 4 July at Monreagh Ulster Scots Education and Heritage Centre. Please call 074 91 40708 or email office@monreagh.net for further information.