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The death has occurred of Mary HENEGHAN (née Flaherty) Peake, Loughgeorge, Claregalway, Galway Mary Heneghan Mary Heneghan (nee Flaherty) wife of the late Thomas, 11th June 2018. Peacefully at the Mystical Rose Nursing home, surrounded by her loving family. Sadly missed by her daughters Breda and Carol, sons Paul and Declan, grandchildren Raymond, Ciara, Maeve… Read more »

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Claregalway/Carnmore G.A.A. Weekly Lotto Jackpot €3,300. Draw Results for 5th June. No jackpot winner. Match three winners were Gary Fox Carnmore, Ronnie Ferguson Carnmore Elma Grealish Carnmore, David Clarke Lydican. Draw numbers were 3,12,30,32. Weekly Sellers Prize: Tony Stephens. €2.00 per panel or 3 panels for €5.00 Win or share €200 for match three. Last… Read more »

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By Declan Varley, May I start by congratulating Josette and Clare and the team from the Hub Claregalway on this special occasion. I’m a great believer in the concept of empathy — Empathy is the starting point for creating a community and taking action. Through the concept of empathy, we can see the world through… Read more »

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By Declan Varley, Galway Advertiser, Thu, Jun 07, 2018 Sometimes, it is just the simplest of gestures that makes all the difference in the world. When Claregalway farmer Mattie Cormican’s wife Bridie passed away after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, he made a decision that will honour her memory and make a contribution to the future… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Sally MCDONAGH (née Walsh) Gortatleava, Claregalway, Galway Sally Mc Donagh (nee Walsh). Gortatleava Claregalway Co. Galway. June 7th 2018, Peacefully at her Daughters residence. Deeply regretted by her loving Family, Son,Tom, Daughters Mary, Catherine, Nelly, Noreen and Sister Nora Murphy. Grand Children, Great Grand Children, Nephews, Nieces, Relatives and friends… Read more »

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Is there nothing sacred? by thereluctantemigrant Well, there you have it, we have it all now. We’ve got divorce, we’ve got equality between heterosexual and homosexual marriage, we’ve got the Health Service Executive providing gender changes and now we have abortion. Ireland is truly a liberal country. We now have national approval and the supporting… Read more »

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Gardening with Anne McKeon. The garden has come on in leaps and bounds after what was along winter and I have been busy photographing progress. I’m particularly happy with my water lilies (purchased some years ago in Carlow) and my peony roses. They are flourishing this yearand about to flower. I must make a note… Read more »

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The Hawthorn. Sceach Gheal. Classified in early Irish law as an Aithig fedo or Commoner of the Wood. The Hawthorn is known by a variety of different names, The May Tree, The Beltaine Tree, The May Blossom, The Whitethorn, The Quick etc. In Irish it is Sceach Gael but we also know it as the… Read more »

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Next Friday is the First Friday of the month and Fr. John will visit the sick and housebound at the usual times. If you would like him to call to someone please let him know. Tridium of Masses: Thank you – to all who were part of our Tridium of Mass and 24 hour Adoration…. Read more »

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Cregmore Primary School Basketball Blitz On Tuesday, 15th May, the Cregmore Primary School Girls’ Basketball Blitz took place in Cregmore National School. The tournament is in its 10th year and has gone from strength to strength since it was first established in 2008.This is the only competitive blitz of its kind in the area and it… Read more »

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