Is there a budding IT child in your house – aged 8 – 17, who would like an introduction to computer programming? There are still a small number of places available, so send them along to the Coder Dojo Introductory class in Askamore Activity Centre next Monday night, 7 – 8pm. Bring a laptop if possible.
A meeting of all those interested in organising this year’s Féile le Chéíle in Askamore will be held in the Activity Centre, Askamore on Wednesday, May 22nd at 9pm. Please come and bring lots of ideas!
1st Quarter-Final: Kenny Windowfitters v Askamore Community Council – Kenny Windowfitters won by 1 up
2nd Quarter-Final: Vintage v 3 Wise Men – 3 Wise Men won by 3 and 2
3rd Quarter-Final: ACE v The Choir – Ace won by 2 up
4th Quarter-Final: The Well v Pat Donohoe Lime: Pat Donohoe Lime won by 2 up
1st Semi-Final: Kenny Windowfitters v 3 Wise Men – 3 Wise Men won 1 up
2nd Semi-Final: ACE v Pat Donohoe Lime – ACE won 2 up
Final: ACE v 3 Wise Men – ACE won 5 and 4
If anyone would like to try out the treasure hunt, or to check their answers against the correct ones, you can download the treasure hunt and answers here.
Start from the Community Centre Car Park, and turn right as you go out the gate.
All the clues are on your left-hand side, and there shouldn’t be any need to get out of your car, as all clues are visible from the car.
Email if you have any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last night 26 teams took place in our annual car treasure hunt.
A total of 67 clues brought people around the back roads of Askamore and slightly further afield. Everyone got home safely!
The top 6 teams had to be separated by time difference, with Paula & Brian Buttle claiming victory. They had 65 correct answers in the quickets time. They won a voucher for two for a meal and wine, kindly sponsored by the Amber Springs Hotel, Gorey.
in 2nd place were Tommy Kehoe and family, Bolinrush.
3rd – Eamonn O’Neill and family
4th – Paddy and Catherine Byrne and family
5th – Jim Gilbert and family
6th – Mick and Maura Doran and family
Well done to all who took part and to all the prize-winners.
Over 70 brave souls attended mass celebrated by Fr. Joe Power on the side of Sliabh Bhuí this afternoon.
As the mist shrouded the mountain, people in raingear walked and drove to the venue.