Also in attendance were Father John Farren PP, Father Anthony Mailey and the MC was Deacon Sean O’Donnell. Afterwards a lovely meal was served in the Quigley’s Point Community Centre by the parents of 4th & 5th classes of Scoil Naomh Fionan. Congratulations to all the children who were confirmed.
More good news re crossings in Muff when it was learned a second crossing will be installed in the coming months. According to Jack Murray bollards will be installed on the Derry side of Muff, plus the news that according to Seamus Hopkins Donegal Co. Council Senior Excecutive Engineer said he would look into yellow hatchings on the road beside the old customs post , this
would be of great assistance to motorists who find it a problem turning right at this point
Muff Active retirement group programme for Tuesday in St.Mary’s Community Hall, Feb 10th, Book Club 2-4pm; Feb 17th, Line Dancing 2pm-4pm. Thursday Club programme - February 12th, Bowls/Go for life, 2-4pm; February, 19th, Bowls/Crochet 2pm-4pm Winners in this week’s Parish Draw were Ann Gallagher, Three Trees, 300 euro, Michael Farren, Derry, £150, Oonagh McGowan, Glackmore, 100 euro.
Mass tomorrow at 6.30pm will be offered as an anniversary Mass for Seamus Grant.
We welcome as members of the Christian Community Caobhin Brian Gillespie, Aught, and Catherine Georgia Parke, Strathfoyle.
The numbers in this week’s Naomh Padraig ‘s GAA Lotto were 4,2,7,6,1,3,5, There was no Jackpot winner. The 25 Euro winners were Duffy Family, Iskaheen, McDonald Family, Three Trees, Alan and Mary, c/o Butcher, Shop, Lesley Quirke, Kildare. Next week’s Jackpot will be 1,050 euro.