Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 6th 8pm: Brian Devine
Sunday 7th 10am: Mary Anne & Thomas Harney, Doohan
Tuesday 9th 7pm: Patricia Moore, Meehambee
Wednesday 10th 7pm: Margaret & Patrick Shine, Mountflorence
Saturday 13th 1pm: Wedding of Eileen Boland & Mark Clifford
Saturday 13th 8pm: Michael & Patrick Harney
Sunday 14th 10am: Margaret Macken, Creggane
Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 7th 11am: Bridie & Martin Shine, Drumlosh
Sunday 14th 11am: Pat Hynes, Oldtown (1st Anniversary)
Rest in Peace
Noreen Duffy, Derryneil, Moore, mother of Mary Shine, Taylorstown and David Duffy, Curryroe, Drum
Marry Gaffey, Carricknaughton, Clonown
John Gately, Kilgarvin, Fardrum
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam
Drum & Clonown Community Games
Girls Basketball training this Sunday morning in Drum Community Centre. For more info contact Ann 087-2637803.
Table Quiz for boys and girls under 14, this Sunday 7th March in Drum Parish Hall at 6pm sharp.
Clann na nGael Girls U-12 outdoor training
Commences this Wednesday evening from 6.30pm to 7.45pm. Please come along if you are under 12. New members welcome, bring a friend. Under 12 championship begins on 6th April.
Monksland/Bealnamulla Community Meeting
Important meeting to take place this Monday 8th March at 7pm in Monksland Community Centre to discuss the submissions regarding the local area plan for Monkland/Bealnamulla.
Residents please attend.
Drum Cemetery Voluntary Group
Seeking volunteers to work in the cemetery for the coming Saturdays from 11am to 3pm. All volunteers welcome. Thanks also to all who supported the voluntary contribution. Envelopes can be returned to Drum Church.
Seachtain na Gaeilge
The annual festival runs nationwide until St. Patrick’s Day and aims to promote the use of the Irish language in everyday life. Drum Community Centre invites you to join them for a ‘cupán tae’ to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge on Sunday, 14 March 2010 from 10.30am to 1pm. Regardless of how much or little Irish you have, you are invited to come along and speak a cúpla focal, have a bit of fun and enjoy a cupán tae. Further details are available on the Drum website at www.drum.ie.
Beidh an fhéile bhliantúil ar siúl ar fud na tíre go dtí Lá Fhéile Pádraig. An chuspóir atá leis an bhféile ná úsáid na Gaeilge a chur chun cinn sa saol laethúil. Tá Ionad Pobail an Droma ag tabhairt cuireadh duit ‘cupán tae’ a bheith agat leo chun ‘Seachtain na Gaeilge’ a cheiliúradh ar an Domhnach, 14 Márta 2010 óna 10.30am go 1pm. Is cuma an bhfuil tú líofa sa teanga nó nach bhfuil, tugtar cuireadh duit teacht agus cúpla focal a labhairt, píosa spraoi a bheith agat agus taitneamh a bhaint as cupán tae nó caife. Tá gach eolas ar fáil ar shuíomh idirlín an Droma ag www.drum.ie.
Cake Sale & Raffle
In aid of Clonown Church Restoration Fund will be held in Clonown Community Centre on St. Patrick’s Day, 17th March after 11am Mass. Please support.
Public Meeting on Headshops
Will be held in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Thursday 11th March at 7.30pm. Organised by Athlone Drug Awareness Group.
Fundraising Coffee Morning & Cake Sale
In aid of Michelle Kean’s ‘Habitat for Humanity’ fundraising campaignh for Bangladesh will be held in Left Bank Mall on Saturday 13th March at 11am.
IHCPT Table Quiz
Takes place on Saturday 13th March at 8.30pm in Lough Ree Inn, Coosan Point. Teams of four: €40. Proceeds go towards bringing local young people with special needs on holiday to Lourdes and to our holiday home in Galway.
Clonmacnoise Regional Pioneers Annual Social
Will take place on Clonfanlough Hall on Friday 12th March with dancing from 10pm-1am. Music by ‘Wee 2’. Tickets €10. Light refreshments will be served. All welcome.
Tax Relief Scheme for Donations to Eligible Charities
Once again letters are being posted during the coming weeks to everyone who contributed €250 or more during 2009 in the hope that you will be able to participate in this scheme. If you do not receive the relevant documentation and feel that you qualify, please contact the Parish Office at 090-6492171. Meanwhile, we offer sincere thanks to all those who participated last year in helping us to benefit from this important source of funding.
Priesthood: A Series of Discussions
Discussions led by great presenters will take place in The Abbey Hotel, Roscommon starting 18th March or 24th March from 4-5.45pm or 7.30-9.15pm. Very important in light of the changes we are undergoing. Representatives of all Church groups and Parish Pastoral Councils are encouraged to patricipate. See ‘Revisiting Priesthood’ leaflet in Church porch for details.