Republican News · Thursday 09 March 2000

[An Phoblacht]

SF FUNDRAISER: Featuring Slaneyside Traditional Folk. Friday 10 March, The Porterhouse, CASTLEBRIDGE, County Wexford. Late bar extension. Táille 3

REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION: Annual Countess Bridge commemoration. Assemble 7.30pm Friday 10 March, Glebe Car Park, KILLARNEY, County Kerry. Prominent speaker. Organised by the Countess Bridge Sinn Féin Cumann

SF FUNCTION: Friday 10 March, Scholar's Club, UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK, County Limerick. Music by the Clare Celts. Táille 5. Organised by the Seán Sabhat University of Limerick Sinn Féin Society

Éire Nua Flute Band Pre-United States' function. Folk group and disco, Trinity Lodge, Belfast. Táille 3

REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION: The annual Clonard commemoration function. Friday 10 March in the Felon's Club, Falls Road, BELFAST, County Antrim. A number of presentations will be made to local republicans; The following Sunday 12 March the annual graveside commemoration for the dead of C Coy will be held at the new Republican Plot, Milltown Cemetary. Assemble at cemetery gates at 12.30pm, moving off at 1pm sharp

SF FUNDRAISER: Featuring Oisín. Friday 10 March, Grand Hotel, WICKLOW TOWN, County Wicklow. Speaker: Gerry McGeogh. Tickets: 4. Contact Mark Furlong on 086-8792975

SF CONFERENCE: Women and Political Participation. 10.30am-5.30pm Saturday 11 March, Old Museum Arts Centre, College Square North, BELFAST, County Antrim. Creche and refreshments available. All welcome

PUBLIC MEETING: Relatives for Justice in Birmingham for International Women's Day. 2pm Saturday 11 March, Trade Council Women's Festival, the Union Club, 723 Pershore Road, BIRMINGHAM, England; Sunday 12 March, Birmingham Irish Centre, Digbeth after St Patrick's Day Parade. Everyone welcome

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: First Volunteer Mick Murray commemoration. Assemble 3pm Sunday 12 March, KILLALLAN, County Westmeath

BENEFIT/FUNDRAISER: bin the Tax concert for Drogheda Residents' Against Bin Charges and Privatisation. 9pm Monday 13 March, Soda Club, DROGHEDA, County Louth. Music by The Great Escape, Raincheck and guest artists. Táille 5

PUBLIC LECTURE: Betty Sinclair: Communist, trade unionist and civil rights campaigner. 7.45pm Tuesday 14 March, ATGWU Hall, Middle Abbey Street, DUBLIN. Speaker: Ann Matthews. Organised by the James Connolly Education Trust >BLACK-FLAG VIGIL: In memory of Rosemary Nelson and to call for an independent public inquiry. 4-6pm Wednesday 15 March, High Street/Union Street, BIRMINGHAM, England. Co-incides with handing in of petition to Downing Street. Organised by TOM

IRISH NIGHT: Thursday 16 March, GAA Club, CASTLEWELLAN, County Down. Music by Irish Brigade. Táille 5

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: 25th annual Volunteer Tom Smith commemoration. Assemble 2.30pm Friday 17 March, Berkely Road Church, DUBLIN, and march to Glasnevin Cemetery. Speaker: Aengus O Snodaigh, chair Nicky Kehoe, and prominent SF speaker

ST PATRICK'S NIGHT CELEBRATION: Featuring Oisín. 8pm Friday 17 March, the Widow Scallan's, Pearse Street, DUBLIN. Full buffet. Táille 5

St PATRICK'S DAY PARADE: Assemble 10am Saturday 18 March, Elder Park, Govan, GLASGOW, Scotland. Republican bands in attendance. Guest band from Ireland

IRISH NIGHT: Friday 24 March, SILVERBRIDGE GFC, County Armagh. Music by Clan Dew and disco. Organised by the Burns/Moley SF Cumann

OGRA SINN FÉIN NATIONAL SPRING SCHOOL: Saturday 25 March, conference on the drugs crisis; Sunday 26 March, workshops on AIDS, homelessness.Venue: Hillgrove Hotel, MONAGHAN TOWN, County Monaghan. Registration Saturday 10.30am-Sunday 12 noon. Speaker include Falls Community Council, recovering drugs addicts, Sinn Féin reps

OGRA SHINN FEIN: Anyone living in County Meath aged between 15 and 25 with an interest in Ogra Shinn Féin are invited to an organising meeting on Tuesday 14 March at 8pm in NAVAN SF OFFICE, Flowerhill. Contact 087-6259587 for details; An organisation meeting will take place on Sunday 19 March in DUNDALK SF OFFICE, 7 Williamson Place at 3pm. anyone aged between 15-25 welcome. Contact 042-9328859 or 087-6259587 for details

THE WOLFE TONE SOCIETY will be having educationals throughout the winter in Central London on subjects such as the Equality Agenda, Civil Rights Movement and the Irish Freedom struggle, Disbanding the RUC, and many more subjects. If you want any onfo contact: WTS, BM Box 61 91, London WC1N 3XX, England or tel/fax 0181 442 8778 or e-mail ua on: wts@brosna.demon.co.uk

SF SHOPS: Sinn Féin Shop in 44 Parnell Square. Open six days a week 11am-4pm, Monday-Friday, and 10am-5pm on Saturdays; MONAGHAN: Sinn Féin Siopa Monaghan Town, tel 82917/Fax 71849; KERRY: Siopa Shinn Féin, 2 Moyderwell, Tralee; CORK: 138 Barrack Street, tel 311 389, open Monday-SAturday 11-5pm

Blanchardstown SF Lotto

2 March. Winning nos: 5,8,20. No winner. 5 conssolation prizes of 10. Nuala Bollard, Linda Savinger, c/o Robbie; Des Barbour, c/o Robbie, Laura McMahon, Patrick Burke, c/o Cecil. Next week's jackpot 250.

Sth Derry SF Lotto Results

Winnings nos 1,12,13,15. No jackpot winners. 5 x 10 winners. E McPeake, c/o Maghera; Pól Seach; I McNally, c/o Newbridge; M O'Neill, c/o Newbridge; Grainne McGillian, c/o Ballinascreen. Next week's jackpot 1,700.


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