Leitrim Community Facilities – The Leitrim Community Facilities National Lottery Scheme has completed another year and a draw will be held in the coming weeks for all paid up members. There will 12 x €100 prizes, Committee members will call on those who pay cash or cheque for membership for the next 12 months. Any person who would like to join the scheme can contact Joseph Guckian or Willie Donnellan or any committee member. The cost is €10 per month. The scheme is run to raise funds to pay outstanding loans on Leitrim Gaels Community Field and St Joseph’s Centre. The total of the loan outstanding of approximately €95,000.
Connacht Club Championship – Best of luck to Fenagh against Sligo champions Shamrock Gaels in the Connacht club championship on Saturday at 2pm in Enniscrone. Also best wishes to Glenfarne who also play Sligo champions Easkey in the Junior club championship on Saturday at 2pm in Avantcard Páirc Sean.
AGM – Anyone wishing to get involved with the committee for 2019 please contact Linda, the date for AGM is proposed for Sunday 2nd December.
Kiltubrid Lip Sync – Kiltubrid Lip Sync is in The Landmark on Nov 17th in aid of their Park Development plan. They are looking for acts to participate, the acts can be one to twenty people. The event is being run by a professional team of dancers and choreographers. Practice next 3 Saturdays in Cardiff’s Lounge Drumcong. Each act gets a 20 min slot with the team between 10am and 12pm. At the start of the show on the night, there’s a group performance by all acts- this will also be factored into practice. Kiltubrid are seeking acts from neighbouring clubs to participate. Having been good supporters of Leitrim Gaels over the years anyone that is interested please contact Aine on 0872544388. As far as fundraising goes, it is minimal for the acts at this stage, it is about the participation and support of the event as part of the Park Development plan.
Sympathy – The club wishes to extend their deepest sympathy to the Connolly Family Leitrim Village on the sad passing of Pat last week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.