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FUN DAY/ CHARITY AUCTION
Oylegate/Glenbrien GAA club will hold a charity auction and fun day on Monday August 1st in the GAA field.
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot of €7,400 held in The Slaney Inn, Oylegate on Wednesday June 22nd. The next draw will be held on Wednesday July 6th in Mernagh's Lounge, Oylegate for a jackpot of €7,600. Tickets cost just €2 each available from club members.
Well done to all who took part in the singing pubs that was held in connection with the Strawberry Fair on Tuesday June 21st. A great night was had by all.
Men's Team: Oylegate Utd. will hold a meeting next Friday, 1st July at 9.30pm in Mernagh's Lounge for anyone interested in playing men's soccer for the coming season (2011/2012). We also ask that any non-players with an interest in the formation of a men's team attend the meeting. Look forward to seeing you all there!
Schoolboys: Oylegate Utd. Schoolboys will hold a registration night next Friday, 1st July from 8-9pm in Mernagh's Lounge. All players must re-register with the club for the coming season (2011/2012), and new members are also invited to come along and register on the night. The annual membership cost is €30 per player, or a family with two players or more is €50.
The Patron will take place on Sunday next July 3rd at 2.30pm.
GLENBRIEN AA GROUP
There will be an open public meeting of Glenbrien AA (Alcoholics anonymous) group on 2nd July in Glenbrien national school (Holy family school) with Al-Anon participation. All are welcome. Refreshments served afterwards.
Congratulations to the pupils and teachers of Oylegate N.S. who were awarded the coveted Green Flag at a special ceremony during the week. The Green Flag is awarded to schools tackling environmental issues such as litter and waste; recycling; energy and water conservation. Oylegate students and teachers are leading the way in facing up to the environmental challenges facing Ireland today.