Filter by category

Posted on in News

Tagged:

Dear Sir, What about improving the content, layout and quality of Nuacht Chláir? Month after month, the same old dreary news is published; the same low level crossword; the same boring layout. I am amazed that local business people are prepared to shell out their hard earned cash to sponsor such a fuddy-duddy publication. It seems… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

Due to widespread dissatisfaction with the condition in which the roads & footpaths in Claregalway have been left by the County Council a meeting was organised on Feb. 12th with Roddy Killeen, Acting Deputy Co. Engineer and 4 members of the group. The members available to attend were Gerry Cullinane (Chairman), Vincent Lyons (Secretary), Pat… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

Our most recent trip was the Rothaíocht to Inis Mór. This is the survival of the fittest and yes we were, despite Kevin turning 40 that week and despite him cycling around Inis-Mór, he is indeed still alive and kicking and has actually survived. Only slaggin’ Kevin. The trip was organised as a district event… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

M.S. Readathon Congratulations to Claregalway National School on taking first place in the All-Ireland MS Readathon, the annual sponsored reading event in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Seven representatives from the school travelled to Dublin to be presented with a trophy and a book voucher of £500 from well known children’s author Marita Conlon… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

At this time of year, Carnmore N.S. is as always a hive of activity. Last week the children completed their paintings for the Claregalway Drama Festival Art Competition. We are introducing an important change this year. We felt that giving prizes to the top three pupils in each class was making it too competitive and… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

Congratulations to Jimmy and Barbara O’Dea, Lydican who celebrated their fortieth Wedding Anniversary on the 4th of March. Birthday Greetings to Cyril Duggan of Montiagh who celebrates his birthday on 24th March. A Happy Birthday to Rachel Farrell who also celebrates her birthday on the 24th March.

Posted on in News

Tagged:

The AGM of the Claregalway Leisure Centre was held on March 5th, 1997. The following officers were elected: Chairman Tony Clarke Vice-Chairperson Gerry Moran Secretary Mary Reidy Asst. Secretary Mary Forde Treasurer Hubert Newell Asst. Treasurer Tom Lennon P.R.O. Josette Farrell General Committee Mary Casserly, Mary Duggan, Tom Duggan, Mary Horgan, Tom McKenna, Kevin Duffy,… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

On Sunday, 16th February, a group of people in Claregalway organised a special Mass which was celebrated in the Irish Language in the SMA House. The Mass was celebrated by Fr. Paraic Kelly SMA. Mrs. Kathleen Dunleavy and Mrs.Mary Newell were the Readers. Dawn Glynn read the Responsorial Psalm. The prayers of the faithful were… Read more »

Posted on in News

Item I Bobby Molloy has informed the Claregalway Branch of the Progressive Democrats that he has been making continuous representations to the National Roads Authority to provide funding to enable the completion of the Lydican section of the Claregalway/Oranmore Road (N18). He was hopeful that funding for this will be provided during 1997. Item II… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

The Beavers The Beavers returned fully refreshed after the summer holidays. Sixteen eight-year old Beavers graduated to Cubs and seventeen new Beavers joined the Club, bringing our present total numbers to twenty five. Our ten week term consisted of games, crafts and outings. Also, during the year, our Little Beavers worked hard to achieve their… Read more »

Posted on in News

Tagged:

Fr David Cribbin was ordained on the 4th January. This special event was followed by Fr David’s first Mass on Sunday, the 5th January which was a very moving occasion both for his family and the entire community. The presence of students and lay missionaries from a number of countries brought a truly international flavour to… Read more »

Page 131 of 134« First...102030...129130131132133...Last »