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30th March 2020

posted 1 Apr 2020, 09:09 by Eoin Meehan
Sympathy:
We offer our deepest sympathies to Pete Matthews and former underage players Roland and Rinald Semjanovskis and extended family, on the recent death of Josie Matthews, Keshcarrigan. The two fine young men that the lads have become is a testament to Pete and Josie.
May she rest in peace.

Are you housebound?
As we all found out last Friday from the Taoiseach, we are now very restricted with our movements and people over 70 must stay in the their house. So it's even more important now that if anyone who can't make it to the shops/ chemist/ etc, needs anything from these places, please use the people below on the community group. We are very willing and happy to help. The area covered is written under the person's name. 

Micheal mc Kiernan 086 8929340
Desi Easterbrook 086 8953817
( Drumcong/ Aghacashel area)

Francie Gilmartin 0868596589
Derek Foley 0866089662
( Kesh/ Drumcong area)

Niall Foley 0863671917
James Gill 0872734733
( Kilclare/ Kesh area)

Barry mc Kiernan 0879882180
Elaine mc Keon 0862079377
( Drumcong/ Aghacashel area)

Shane Foley 0872862841
Micheal Earley 0863862196
( Kilclare/ Drumcong area)

Let's think of the older and more vulnerable among us. Please, please, please stay at home  unless your job is classed as essential from the government. Yes it's difficult, but it will be worth it.  Whether you're passing the time these days by participating in virtual quizzes, doing home workouts, perfecting your gardening skills or watching Netflix, stay safe and remain positive.
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