Lotto numbers drawn were 4, 6, 11, 15. No winners. Seller’s prize Gerry Collins. Two lucky dips Noel Hession, Gillian Lundy. Next week's jackpot is €9,950 and draw in Club Office.
The underage AGM takes place on Friday 22nd January at 7.30 pm on line via MS Teams. Details will be published nearer the time.
The club “Night at the Dogs” Fund-raising draw was held in the Club grounds in Corofin at 3.00 pm on Saturday 16 January to ensure compliance with all Covid guidelines. The draw was witnessed by club officers and the tickets were drawn by Fr Ciaran Blake, Parish Priest and club vice president.
The lucky winners are as follows:
€1000 – Declan Murphy
Weekend in Johnstown House – Gillian Lundy
€100 each – Marion McLoughlin; Liam Maloney; Bernard O’Brien; Grace McGrath; Pat Burke (Annaghill).
Sponsors Prizes: €300 Galway County Board; €150 McHale Engineering Ltd; €75 MH Services.
Congratulations to all the winners. We want to express our sincere thanks to all who bought tickets, our generous sponsors and especially our hard working ticket sellers.
Irish Life has launched the MyLife challenge in partnership with the GAA Community and Health department Every Step Counts. This challenge is in support of clubs and community members taking part in Ireland Lights Up 2021. The object of the challenge is to encourage club members, their friends and the wider community to embrace a healthier lifestyle. Full details of how to get involved in the challenge are available on the club website and social media pages.
The club offers its sympathy to the family and friends of the following who died recently:
Bernie Liggins, Milton Keynes, UK, sister of Julie O’Brien, Ardskeagbeg; Tom King, Abbert, brother of Margaret Hussey, Caherhugh; Frank Mortimer, Shrule, father of Trevor Mortimer, Ballaghbawn; Anita Haverty, Loughrea, aunt of Emma O’Grady, Belclare; Anne McGrath, Blackacre, Tuam, (née Forde from Crumlin, Ballyglunin) and London, aunt of Nora Fahy, Mylespark, Bridgie Ryan, Ballykeaghra, Padraic Coen, Kilcahill, Tommy Farragher, Glenanenagh, Sean Farragher, Ardskeamore and Isidore Forde, Doonbeg; Michael Hehir, Africa, formerly from Ennis, brother of Maura Kilkelly, Doonbeg.
May they rest in peace.