Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 22nd 8pm: Frank Lennon, parents Thomas & Elizabeth, Creggane
Sunday 23rd 110am: Johnny Naughton, Clonellan
Tuesday 25th 7pm: Johnny Seery and Brigid Donoghue
Wednesday 26th 8pm: Holy Hour
Thursday 27th 7pm: Martin McManus, Drumlosh
Friday 28th 7pm: Margaret Macken, Creggane
Saturday 1st 10am: Rockfield / South Hill Station Mass in the home of Con & Teresa Egan
Saturday 1st 12 noon: Thomas Harney, Curraghaleen (Month’s Mind)
Saturday 1st 8pm: Tommy & Winnie Higgins, Ardkeenan
Sunday 2nd 10am: Patrick & Kathleen O’Neill and deceased family members, Mount Hussey. Also, Stella Brockman
Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 23rd 11am: Deceased members of the Shine family, Curraghnaboll
Sunday 2nd 11am:Martin & Bridie Shine, Drumlosh
Rest In Peace
Hugh Roche, Virginia, Co. Cavan and formerly Clonown
Paddy Dunning, Carricknaughton
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.
Cornafulla N.S. Enrolment and Open Evening
On Tuesday 25th February 6.30pm – 8.00pm. If you are unable to attend on this night you can contact the school on 0906437177.
Cornafulla N.S. Bowling Night
Friday 28th February in The Planet (Leisure World), Grace Road, Athlone. Junior Competition (sponsored by Willie Moore Busses): teams of 4: €20, times: 6.00pm, 6.30pm, 7.00pm. Winners receive a €25 voucher. Adult Competition (sponsored by Deerpark Windows): teams of 4: €40, times: 7.30pm, 8.00pm, 8.30pm, 9.00pm, 9.30pm, 10.00pm. Top 8 teams on the scoreboard will be in the final at the end of the night. Cash prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed teams, best lady/gent etc. Please book your time slot with Lesley O’Neill 087-7740123. Please support this fun social event! Spot prizes for raffle will be graciously received in advance or on the night.
Drum Cemetery Voluntary Group AGM
Annual general meeting takes place on Tuesday 25th February at 8pm in Drum Parish Hall. All are welcome.
Anyone who would like to host a station mass in their home this spring are invited to contact Drum Parish Office to book a date and time. The stations have been a tradition in the parish for generations and it would be lovely to see the tradition continue and restored for generations to come.