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Autumn is usually a beautiful month with lots of Autumn colours. Unfortunately, with the high winds and rain, nearly all plants lost their leaves early. It’s not all gloom and doom however as there are many berrying shrubs and trees around to add colour. The bright berrying plants can often add colour on a very… Read more »

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Great Support for Co. Development Draw  Nearly 200 tickets were sold under club auspices for the Co.Development Draw. We thank all our ticket purchasers for their wonderful support which is valued so highly by the club committee for financing our football activities and facilities. The first 2 Draws in the current round were held in… Read more »

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Junior Badminton September and October have been busy months on the Junior scene. Registration of Club, Players and Teams has taken place, and regular sessions are now in progress in the Leisure Centre on Tuesday evenings, Thursday afternoons and Saturday afternoons. Our Club is represented in the Junior leagues by four teams. We have entered… Read more »

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The Claregalway Leisure Centre is now in full swing after the summer break. Recent hall improvements have received tremendous support from locals and visitors alike. Plans are in place to put the finishing touches to the developments. The Committee would like to thank the local GAA Club for their continued support. A special thanks to… Read more »

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Galway 091-761024, Mayo 094-62480 Roscommon 0903-25078 Alzheimer’s Disease is a disease of the brain affecting the memory. Those who suffer from Alzheimer’s can be suffering for up to 20 years in an increasingly dependent state. There are an estimated 4,000 people over the age of 65 in the West, 1,500 of whom are in Galway… Read more »

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Belated congratulations to Bríd and Niall Devitt on their Silver Wedding anniversary last month. Congratulations to Claire and Michael O’Dea, Lydican, on the birth of their young son on the 17th October—James Michael. Bon voyage to Julie and Tom McKenna, Proprietors of the Abbey/Summerfield Bar who are off on a well earned holiday this month…. Read more »

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The annual payment of a tithe or tenth of all farming produce, animals or income for the support of the clergy goes back a long way, to the last order “which Yahweh gave to Moses on Mount Sinai for the Israelites” according to the closing lines of the Book of Leviticus ch. 27:30–34. In Ireland… Read more »

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The Claregalway branch of the Apostolic Society held their annual display of work and cake sale and raffle on Sunday 12th October. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all most sincerely for all your help. Thanks to all who donated cakes, bought raffle tickets and gave donations for the missions. A… Read more »

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The month of October saw the passing of a great hurling supporter, loyal follower of Carnmore Hurling Club and a good friend and neighbour. There are many people who knew Padraic all his life and knew him better than I. They would love to pay tribute to his life, to his kindness, to his sense… Read more »

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Claregalway and Carnmore Community Alert Group are delighted to announce that the Department of Social, Family and Community Affairs have agreed to a grant of £24,700. After a major effort by the townland co-ordinators and the Community Alert Committee in conjunction with Garda Pat Heneghan, a grant was submitted in March this year. The funds… Read more »

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A Commemoration Plot in memory of those who lost their lives in the tragic Famine of 1847 was officially opened by Senator Jarlath McDonagh on Sunday the 12th October last. The plot was put in place by Claregalway Amenity Group in conjunction with the FÁS scheme. Chairperson, Josette Farrell welcomed all to the gathering which,… Read more »

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