Carlingford and Omeath Red Cross get-togethers
The Carlingford and Omeath Red Cross 'get togethers' for the senior citizens of the peninsula get underway for 2013 with a social evening in the Cooley parochial hall. The event takes place on Tuesday 16th. April and commences with the celebration of Mass at 8pm.
Coffee Morning/ Cake Sale
A Coffee Morning and Cake Sale has been organised for Sunday morning next, April 14 starting at 10am and continuing until 2 p.m. in St. Mary's Parochial Hall, Cooley. All proceeds are being donated to the Peninsula Day Care Centre, Carlingford. All support will be much appreciated and all donations of home baking are most welcome.
Tidy Towns Say Thanks
The Omeath Tidy Towns group would like to sincerely thank everyone who contributed to the recent Cake Sale which was a great success. There is a Table Quiz on Friday 19th April in The Granvue Hotel starting at 8 p.m. Teams of 4 cost €20 per table. All are welcome.
Scoil Naomh Brid
An Open Day and Blessing of School takes place on Friday next, April 12, at Scoil Naomh Brid, Ardaghy, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. All are welcome. There will also be a blessing of a Memorial Bench to commemorate the late Patrick James McGivern who was the School Caretaker.
Later that evening there will be Aifreann Comortha, a Youth and Community Remembrance Mass for Patrick James. This will be celebrated in Irish on Friday 12th April at 7.30 p.m. in St. Laurence's Church, Omeath. Everyone is welcome.
Grange Clean Up
A Spring Clean of Grange & District Area has been organised for this coming Saturday, April 13, from 9.30am until 11.30 am. This is part of the National Spring Clean which is supported by Louth County Council. The support of all local residents is requested. Children must be supervised by adults during the clean-up and volunteers must wear protective clothing and gloves. It is hoped that following the clean-up, road users will refrain from dropping litter which looks unsightly and is also a health hazzard. Louth County Council Litter Wardens will be active in the area during the coming months and offenders will be prosecuted.