The George Faulkner Memorial Cycle takes place this Sunday leaving Callaghan’s Bar at 10am. All proceeds going to The Irish Heart Foundation. Everyone welcome.
A summer camp will take place at Quigley’s Point Community Centre from Monday 6th to Friday 10th July. Junior camp: 3-5 year olds. Senior Camp: 6-12 year olds. Cost is €25 per child, and €20 for siblings and registered kids club members. Book now as places are limited. Registration forms can be picked up from the community centre or by email on request. Call 074 9383653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quigley’s Point Community Playgroup are seeking to recruit a pre-school assistant. Job description and person specification are available by request from Quigley’s Point Community Centre. e-mail email@example.com or call 074 9383653. Closing date for applications is by 5pm on Monday 22nd June 2015.
There was no jackpot winner of the QPCC/RCD Draw last Friday 22nd June. Winning numbers were 8,13,16 and 21. The four €15 prize winners were The Doherty family, Quigley’s Point; Owen Doherty, Redcastle Cottages; Megan Doherty, Tullynavin; Demi, Lee & Tegan McCauley, Drung. Next week’s jackpot is €875.
Left for Love Crafts & Creations summer camp will take place in Quigleys Point Community Centre from 20th July to 22nd July from 2pm to 6pm. This is for children aged 4 -12 years. Booking essential as places are limited. Please contact Bebhinn on 086 4089481 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holiday Bible Club will be held in Greenbank Hall from Monday 6th July to Friday 10th July each evening starting 6pm to 8pm. All primary school children are welcome. Admission free. Fri 10th 8-8.30pm all parents and family are invited to come along &
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“Relief Work in Ireland during the Great Famine by the Quaker Central Relief Committee”, a talk by Rob Goodbody will take place in the Colgan Hall, Carndonagh at 11am tomorrow at 11.a.m. Rob Goodbody is a member of a distinguished Irish Quaker family with roots in Clara, Co.Offaly, where their sacking business supplied the Inishowen seed potato trade of which many senior Inishowen people have memories. His talk will focus on the relief work during the Famine without which many more thousands would have died. The cause of destitution in Ireland was not the lack of food but its restrictive distribution.. Potato crops failed from 1790 onwards but there was meal for those who could afford it. Inishowen escaped the worst excesses of the great famine.
Naomh Padraig GAA is having a family barbeque and Sports Day this Sunday 28th June at 3.30pm. Junior races, Target practice, Beat the Cube, Face painting, Mini 7s Matches U8, U10,U12, Horse shoe Throwing, Barbeque and Refreshments Tent.