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Cormic McCluskey RIP .. HERE Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Seamus McCluskey RIP ……. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE Who is piloting our balloon .. HERE
Childrens Hospital ……. HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Matters ……….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE We Need Change …… HERE We are Sinking ………….HERE Movement and Stirrings .. HERE
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Emy Belles Celebrate St Brigid Following the success of their Nollaig na mBhan Party earlier this month the Belles are hosting another heritage celebration on St Brigid’s Day, Saturday, February 1st. Join them at the recently refurbished Pocano's, Glaslough, at 7.30pm for a delicious two course meal for just €10 per head. There will be a raffle and guest speaker Theresa Loftus from Monaghan County Museum will talk about the history and traditions of Ireland's Female Patron Saint. Note also that Mass will be conducted in St Mary's, Glennan, at 6.30pm if anyone wishes to begin the Saint’s Feast Day celebrations there. Everyone is very welcome, but booking is essential as space is limited, so please txt Geraldine on 086 0816449 or Mary on 087 3117271. Annoying: We all get annoyed at various times and for a variety of reasons. Maybe you don’t but unfortunately I do. The bug- bears at the moment are: Lorries who pull out to pass other lorries while going up a hill on the motorway. Vehicles who pull out of side roads even though they see you coming and you have to brake down to their speed. People who just drop their vehicles anywhere in the car park of churches and mainly when there is a funeral and they are last to arrive and last to come back to their vehicles. It is best for your vehicle and achieves the highest mileage from you fuel if you drive at a steady speed but having to slow down to allow lorries to pass and to allow vehicles come out in front of you from sideroads increases you fuel use and prevents smooth driving. Drivers who do not know how to use roundabouts. The Coolshannagh Roundabout at Grahams on the Emyvale road is a case in point. Vehicles coming from the By-pass enter the roundabout at speed even though vehicles coming from Emyvale are already on the Roundabout. Then vehicles going to Emyvale from the By-Pass and going from the Emyvale side to the By-pass never seem to know what lane to use. I have given the link here to show the correct method of negotiating a Roundabout like that one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rsdaSTOkWk
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Cormic McCluskey RIP .. HERE Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Seamus McCluskey RIP ……. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE Who is piloting our balloon .. HERE
Childrens Hospital ……. HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Matters ……….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE We Need Change …… HERE We are Sinking ………….HERE Movement and Stirrings .. HERE
Emy Belles Celebrate St Brigid Following the success of their Nollaig na mBhan Party earlier this month the Belles are hosting another heritage celebration on St Brigid’s Day, Saturday, February 1st. Join them at the recently refurbished Pocano's, Glaslough, at 7.30pm for a delicious two course meal for just €10 per head. There will be a raffle and guest speaker Theresa Loftus from Monaghan County Museum will talk about the history and traditions of Ireland's Female Patron Saint. Note also that Mass will be conducted in St Mary's, Glennan, at 6.30pm if anyone wishes to begin the Saint’s Feast Day celebrations there. Everyone is very welcome, but booking is essential as space is limited, so please txt Geraldine on 086 0816449 or Mary on 087 3117271. Annoying: We all get annoyed at various times and for a variety of reasons. Maybe you don’t but unfortunately I do. The bug-bears at the moment are: Lorries who pull out to pass other lorries while going up a hill on the motorway. Vehicles who pull out of side roads even though they see you coming and you have to brake down to their speed. People who just drop their vehicles anywhere in the car park of churches and mainly when there is a funeral and they are last to arrive and last to come back to their vehicles. It is best for your vehicle and achieves the highest mileage from you fuel if you drive at a steady speed but having to slow down to allow lorries to pass and to allow vehicles come out in front of you from sideroads increases you fuel use and prevents smooth driving. Drivers who do not know how to use roundabouts. The Coolshannagh Roundabout at Grahams on the Emyvale road is a case in point. Vehicles coming from the By-pass enter the roundabout at speed even though vehicles coming from Emyvale are already on the Roundabout. Then vehicles going to Emyvale from the By-Pass and going from the Emyvale side to the By-pass never seem to know what lane to use. I have given the link here to show the correct method of negotiating a Roundabout like that one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rsdaSTOk Wk