NEW CD LAUNCH
Michael Golding has released a new sixteen track CD ‘ Back to Castleblakeney’ with all proceeds going to the charity Cystic Fibrosis Galway Hospital Project. Launch of the CD will take place in the Corner House on Sunday, December 16, at 6 p.m. It is now available for sale in local business premises in Ballymote, The Record Shop, Sligo, Coleman Music Centre, Gurteen. Your support is much appreciated.
The launch of the WW1 Exhibition centered on the men of Ballymote, who died during the war will take place on Wednesday, November 14, at 7.30 p.m. in Ballymote Community Library. The launch will include a talk from local historian and Co Sligo WW1 expert Simone Hickey. Light refreshments will be served.
25 CARD DRIVES
25 card drives have started on Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. and will continue till Christmas. Five single hands trump to board. Five euro entry. Two euro re entry. Finals start at 8 p.m. Doddy’s Bar November 11, Corner House November 18, Hayden’s Bar November 25. December dates will be published later.
Sympathy is extended to the family, relatives and friends of William (Bill) Healy, Pearse Road, Ballymote, whose death occurred recently.
LEARN TO JIVE
Beginners Jiving lessons starts on Wednesday, November 7, in the Clayton Hotel, Sligo at 8 p.m. All welcome, Great fun and fitness. Contact A & C Country Jiving at 086 1685170.
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Re: Kilmactigue Parish Defibrilllator Group. Instructors are now planning Training dates. Those people who trained in autumn/winter 2016 are now due for Re-Training, as their certification only lasts two years. If you are not trained in CPR/AED and would like to do so, please contact 087 4570130 to discuss future training dates.
INDOOR COUNTRY MARKET
Drummartin Indoor Country Market (9km from Tubbercurry out on the Ballina Road besides Joe Dan’s Pub) continues from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. every Saturday. Along with the usual great selection of local produce and crafts they are also introducing ‘zero waste’ rice, oats and flour – bring your own container and pay by weight. Why not take a seat in the coffee shop and enjoy some fabulous home made cake while you are here.
Bingo every Tuesday night at Banada Abbey. €1,700 guaranteed payout every night, full house €200 on flier game and €150 on last game. New 50:50 draw each night. First game at 8.30 p.m.
The Aclare Community lotto is now €5,400. Tickets are available from Kennedy’s Supermarket, Aclare and from any ADC member.
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