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Lost Dog: ***Missing from Truagh/Emyvale area*** - 1 year old male Belgian Shepherd dog missing from last Wednesday, 3rd January.  Answers to the name  'Bruce'.  He has a golden brown body and a black face.  If found, please contact Niall on 0877696237.

A Better Quality of Life: Coming up Monday 29th January, Emyvale Leisure Centre, 8pm sharp, Public Talk: ‘New Year, Fresh Start -How to embrace a better quality of life’ a talk by psychologist Shane Martin outlining five simple practices linked to a greater inner-happiness and wellbeing. In recent years psychologists have started to examine positive emotion. This research has focused on what makes people happier, what gives them more meaning and purpose in life, and what measures they can take to lead to overall greater health. Shane’ s talk will outline five simple, practical evidence-based strategies linked to a better quality of life. The hope is that it will uplift and inspire change in the lives of those who attend but even more importantly inspire participants to incorporate it into their homes, workplaces and communities. All welcome, men and women, from teenagers to seniors. Everyone will take away ideas and encouragement.

Donagh Community Games AGM: Takes place on Friday the 12th of January at 8:30pm in Emyvale Centre. New members are always welcome – so please come along.  If you need any information or can’t make it on the night and want to help out – please ring Seamus at 0861840588

 

Brother Kevins Capuchin Day Centre Fundraiser:  Marie Colleran, together with her family, wishes to sincerely thank everyone who so generously donated to the recent Doughnut Day fundraiser. The total amount raised was an astonishing €3,460.60. This amount was presented personally to Brother Kevin at the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin on Tuesday the 12th December.  A special thanks also to all those who helped on the day serving tea / coffee and snacks. All of the expenses incurred for the event were sponsored. Thanks again to everybody for what was a brilliant success. Since then further donations have been received making the present total €3,775.

 

 

 

 

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Marie and Paudge Colleran present the cheque to Brother Kevin in the Capuchin Day Centre.