W/E 21/05/2017

posted May 16, 2017, 8:58 AM by John O'Sullivan
Monster Bingo Night.
The Committee members of Toonagh Hall & Sports Complex are currently selling tickets for a Monster Bingo Nite which will be held in Tracy's West County Hotel on Sat. 27th May at 8.00pm, as a fundraiser for the Hall and Sports Complex.
Tickets must be purchased from committee members, for the hall to benefit, as tickets bought on the door will not go towards the Hall. Moira O'Loughlin, Sinead Noonan, Mikey Casey or Ger Barry may be contacted for further details and for tickets.

Septic Tank Desludging.
Dysart Toonagh Group Water Scheme is taking part in a Desludging of Septic Tanks Programme in conjunction with the National Federation of Group Water Schemes and the E.P.A.  Initially the focus was on dwellings located within the catchment area of Ballycullinan Lake:  this has now been extended to all the Shareholders of the Scheme. 
Shareholders are being offered a reduced rate if they wish to have their septic tanks emptied as part of this programme. Further information may be had from Noel Tierney @ 0868245173.

Successful Fundraiser.
The Parents Association of Toonagh N.S. held a very successful clothes collection recently. Thanks to all who contributed to the event, the sum of €810 was raised, which will be used to the benefit of the children in the school.

Camogie.
Four teams took part in an u15 Camogie Blitz in Ruan G.A.A. field on Sunday last.  The Ruan girls had wins over Parteen and Whitegate and, in a very good game, lost by a point to Cratloe. The enthusiasm and sportsmanship shown by all the teams, and their mentors,  augurs well for the future of Camogie in the County.

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