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Compántas Lir on Road Again with Sparkling Farce SPRING would not be complete without a new production from Compantas Lir, the Carnmore-Claregalway drama group. celebrating their 20th year, the group have already begun touring with the hilarious John Chapman farce Dry Rot which will open the Claregalway Drama festival on March 14 and will be… Read more »

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Claregalway Leisure Centre AGM Tuesday  4th March Committees – “What is a committee? A group of the unwilling, picked from the unfit, to do the unnecessary” -Richard Harkness NY Herald Tribune 15th June 1960 Are you unnecessary? The Claregalway Leisure Centre is run on a voluntary basis by the community for the community, and if… Read more »

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Carnmore Juvenile Hurling Notes 2002 Juvenile Year 2002 It is coming to the end of another year at Carnmore Juvenile Hurling Club. Hurling is an important part of the day to day life in the Carnmore/Claregalway parish and at this stage quite a number of youngsters participate in all age groups from U8 through to… Read more »

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Local Girl’s Success At World Championship In Germany Highly talented nine year old Angela O’Connor of Kiniska Claregalway did us all proud recently by taking a 2nd and two 3rds in Tae Kwando Competitions in Germany. She beat off stiff opposition from Ireland, Australia, Poland, Belgium, America, Switzerland, Austria, Korea, China, Japan and Germany. Angela… Read more »

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Claregalway Footballers On The Verge Of History Claregalway’s Intermediate footballers are now just “one hour” away from “Senior Football” as they face Clonbur to decide this years Intermediate Championship. It has been a year of “ups and downs” for the team, as they have combined brilliant championship success with in-different league form. In this years… Read more »

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Sunday 18th of August 2002—Claregalway Show Day had finally arrived. Everything was organised down to the smallest detail and the committee waited in trepidation for the day to dawn. The forecast looked promising and indeed they were not disappointed. The day dawned in glorious sunshine. The pony and horse exhibits were of the usual high… Read more »

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A Touch of Humour WHAT ARE SENIORS WORTH? Remember, old folks are worth a fortune, with silver in their hair, gold in their teeth, stones in their kidneys, lead in their feet and gas in their stomachs. I have become a little older since I saw you last, and a few changes have come into… Read more »

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A Group from the Carnmore Ladies Club and friends took part recently in a sponsored walk for Galway Rape Crisis Centre and raised a total of €2,020. The Galway Rape Crisis Centre has done very valuable work for victims and all monies raised will hopefully help its existence to continue as they are currently striving… Read more »

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The Parent and Toddler Group continue to meet on Tuesdays from 2pm to 3:30pm. We have seen an increase in numbers joining the group. The toddlers continue to enjoy painting, rhymes and songs as well as freeplay and its great for the parents too, a chance to discuss the ups and downs of the week!… Read more »

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Congratulations to Gerard & Annette Hanley. Now Sarah, Kevin and Christina have a new baby brother, Ronan Gerard, who was born on the 17th of June, 2002. Congratulations to Mary and Michael Flaherty, Cahergown who celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary on the 11th of June. Wishing you both many more years of happiness. Congrats to… Read more »

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Congratulations to our new T.D. Deputy Noel Grealish. We are all very proud of his achievement and we wish him every success for his future in the Dáil. Wedding congratulations to the following couples and we wish them all a very happy future together 18th May Patrick O’Connell, Cloonbigeen to Tanya Firzgerald, Salthill. 25th May… Read more »

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After a nail biting two days counting in Leisureland Councillor Noel Grealish won the victor’s cap when he succeeded Senator Margaret Cox on the 12th count. Senator Cox was favored to gain the third seat for Fianna Fáil in the West but Councillor Noel Grealish overtook Cox and survived the transfer of almost 4000 green… Read more »

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