The Resource Centre is hosting a fundraising dance tonight. Doors open 8 pm. Music will be by Malcolm Fisher and there will be waltzing and jiving competitions, a raffle and spot prizes. Please bring your own refreshments. Tickets are €5 and available from the Resource Centre and the usual outlets.
The members of Ballylennon Presbyterian Church invite you to their Harvest Thanksgiving Service on Sunday 19 October 2014 at 8.00 pm. The service will be led by Mr Mark Maw and there will be supper afterwards in the Church Hall. Everyone welcome.
St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre invites you to its Coffee Morning in the centre on Friday, 31 October from 10 am to 12.30 pm. All donations of home baking will be very welcome. Please come along and bring a friend.
St. Johnston and Carrigans Community Employment Project is currently recruiting for the following posts which are based in St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre. 1 Youth Worker, 2 Environmental Workers, 1 Receptionist and 1 CE Administrator. Based in Newtowncunningham Tidy Towns Group: 1 Environmental Worker. Also based in Newtowncunningham Youth Centre: 1 Youth Worker. Job Descriptions and Application forms available from St Johnston and Carrigans Family Resource Centre, Chapel Road, St Johnston. Tel 9148551.
The next Women’s Group meeting will be on Thursday 6th November 2014, 7.30 to 10pm, come enjoy an evening of craic. The women’s group Christmas night out will be on Saturday 13th December in the Silver Tassie with music by Flipside and dinner €29.95. If you are interested in going please contact the centre to book a place. A €20 deposit is needed to secure your place.
The next Lunch Club will be on Wednesday, 22nd October. Would you like to meet and socialise with people for lunch, a chat, a bit of craic, enjoy occasional outings, social events, information events and meet new people? Why not join us at the Lunch Club every second Wednesday from 11am-1.00pm.
Bumps and Beyond Breastfeeding Support Group are holding fundraising a coffee morning in the Resource Centre today from 11am to 1 pm. There will be lots of home baking and everybody is welcome.
If you would like to support Mary’s Meals and fund a child with a meal and an education, there is a lines sheet in the Post Office, St Johnston. €2 donation per line. The draw for a Teddy Bear will take place in the Post Office on Tuesday 21 October.
At the recent meeting Taughboyne History new members Eimer and Stephen were welcomed to the group. Jim had photos of the hollow stones from his home farm. Some members went to the Remembering World War 1 Exhibition in the County Museum, Letterkenny. Colm gave an account of the occasion. Our members who attended were agreed that the occasion was well worthwhile and Hilary was impressed with the way her family’s artifacts were displayed. Several extracts were read from various schools within our project area. Many of the stories gave an interesting insight to the way of life and customs of times past. It was agreed that we should consider selecting two or three stories from each school. For our next meeting it was agreed that members would have read all of their School’s material and select the ones thought most worthy of further consideration. At our next meeting, Wednesday 22 October, a structure will be put in place for the research of our local townlands and placenames.
Thank you: A thank you letter from Disabled Drivers Association, Claremorris, has arrived and will be displayed on the chapel notice board. The letter thanks the community for the proceeds of the recent Church Gate Collection.
Church Gate: The Church Gate collection in aid of Friends of Letterkenny Hospital that took place last weekend at St Baithin’s Church raised a fabulous €195.20. Thanks everyone.