Invite to Great War legacy seminar

Abhaile Aris, the Donegal republican ex-prisoner support group, cordially is organising a seminar:

“The Great War 1914-1918: What was the Legacy for Ireland?” in Gallagher’s Hotel, Letterkenny, next Thursday,July 24th from 10.30am-4pm. Speakers:Philip Orr, Author/Historian on Great War, Jim Mc Dermott, Historian, John Mc Carter & P.J Hallinan, Inishowen Friends of Messines. Admission free/all welcome/Buffet lunch will be served.For further information please contact Gerry Mc Monagle at 074 9128610.

Carrowmenagh Community Centre Good-as-New shop in Moville, opposite Gillen’s, open Mon-Sat 10.30am-5.00pm. Any good quality clothes or other items can be left in the Community Centre from 9am-3pm or into the shop during opening hours.

Moville Care of the Aged Committee needs more volunteers to deliver meals on wheels on Tuesdays and Fridays. For more details or to volunteer please contact Claire McGuinness Daycentre Manager on 9382714 on Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday.

Carrowmenagh Community Centre Parent and Toddler Group is on every Tuesday morning in Carrowmenagh Community Centre @ 10.30pm. €3 per family. New members welcome.

Carndonagh Camera Club meets at 7.30 every Thursday evening in Spraoi agus Sport in Carndonagh all levels of photographer welcome from camera phone users to DSLR users.

Inishowen Disability Action Group has a wheelchair accessible minibus available for transport bookings. Reasonable rates. Phone 074 93 74529 for further information.

The Letterkenny Aware support group meets every Tuesday from 8pm at 4a Pearse Road (above B Bobs hairdressers) The group provides a safe space for people with depression and/or anxiety to come together to share coping skills and support one another. This service is free and all welcome. For more information please contact Aware’s LoCall Helpline 1890 303 302 or visit the website www.aware.ie

The cancer support and social club meet in Milltown House Carndonagh at 7.30 on the second Monday of every month. The group is a friendly group and welcomes anyone who has been affected by a cancer diagnosis. It is a tough journey for everyone and sometimes sharing with others can help.

For further information contact Deirdre on 087 7634596 or Margaret on 0863445066 any time

Carrowmenagh Community Centre provides a range of services. If you would like any typing, printing, photocopying, e-mailing, laminating, or binding done, you can avail of these services for a small fee. You can also book the hall for meetings, courses, etc. Telephone 07493 67251.

There was no winner of the Carrowmenagh Football Club Lotto jackpot last Sunday. The numbers drawn were: 6, 8, 12, 24.€20 winners were, Jade Harkin, Gulladuff; Oisin & Caitlin Crumlish; Evelyn Rose, c/o Neil. Next week’s jackpot is €4,300