An invite is extended to all Molex people for a get together night,
organised for November 3rd in the Bush Bar from 7.30pm onwards. Please come if you can for chat and reminiscing on the good old days!! We thank Christine Doyle for the notice. (S.R.)
A table quiz in aid of Cork North West branch of MS Ireland will be held in
Hourigan’s Bar, Newmarket on Friday 2nd November at 9pm. Tables with max of 4 at €10.00 per person. Lots of raffle prizes on the night. Everyone
welcome to attend. We thank Christine Doyle for the notice. (S.R.)
Renowned Poet Patrick Thomas Hammer from New York is presently paying his yearly visit to Ireland and especially to his Millstreet Relations – the O’Rahilly Family of Tanyard Wood. We thank Patrick for the presentation of his most recent Book of Poetry to the Museum. He is blessed with such a wonderful sense of humour and is so superbly witty. He is a magnificent Ambassador for America and so impressively proud of his Irish roots. As well as visiting Millstreet Museum on Saturday, 20th Oct. 2018 he was truly impressed by a visit to the excellent National Dairy Show at Green Glens – an event which this year received RTÉ television national News coverage. On a future “Radio Treasures” on CMS we shall feature a special interview with Patrick in which he recalls a splendid visit to John C. Casey’s New York shop. Here we join Patrick on his Millstreet visit. Click on the 27 images to enlarge. (S.R.)
This was the very happy scene this Saturday afternoon (20th Oct. 2018) at Christy’s Family Restaurant, West End, Millstreet as the wonderfully talented players celebrated their magnificent win in the final. Sincere congratulations to All. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “When One Wins a Final One Should Celebrate!”
Twenty Nineth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 21st October, 2018
Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.
Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043/Mobile 087-7752948
Email: <email> www.dioceseofkerry.ie
PARISH OFFICE OPENING HOURS:
10.00a.m.-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom masses will be offered during the week:
MASS INTENTIONS THIS WEEK-END:
Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Dan Buckley, Geararoe
Ballydaly 9.00 a.m. Tom Falvey, Killarney Road
Cullen 10.15 a.m. Con Kerins, Lisnaboy
Millstreet 11.30 a.m. Billy O’Shea, Cockhill
Anniversaries: Julia Creedon, Liscahane; Agnes & Jack Kelleher, Curragh; Nelius, Noel & Mary McSweeney, Cloghoulamore; Kitty O’Riordan, Knocknakilla; Michael Kelleher, Kilmeedy Lower; John O’Connell, Dooneen; Nicholas Tarrant, Gortavehy; Maura McCarthy, Kanturk; Noel & Mary Horgan, Cork. [read more …] “Parish Newsletter – 21st October, 2018”
The National Dairy Show which for almost forty years has been held at Green Glens, Millstreet takes place on today 20th Oct. 2018. The prestigious event attracts people from far and wide to witness the judging of Ireland’s most impressive cows. Here we share three images showing the preparation for the annual occasion. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
We’re presently preparing a full feature on the special Mass and wonderful Reception for Hannah Kelleher who after fourteen years of dedication is retiring from Cullen N.S. where she has been Principal since 2004. We wish Hannah every happiness in her richly deserved retirement as she embarks on a new phase in life. Lots more pictures to follow in coming days. Click on the image below to enlarge. (S.R.)
So much of our worries and concerns in our day to day lives and in our health are based on deeper emotional patterns and trauma and by recognizing this we can speed up our recovery and build a whole new and improved self loving relationship with ourselves. Which is so important in these busy times. So much of our worries and concerns in our day to day lives and in our health are based on deeper emotional patterns and trauma and by recognizing this we can speed up our recovery and build a whole new and improved self loving relationship with ourselves. Which is so important in these busy times.
I want to provide a safe, nurturing place to support people in healing physically, emotionally and spiritually, as well as finding their joy and love to then reach their fullest potential.
Acupuncture: Chinese medicine that works with the bodies own natural healing ability to support people’s wellbeing and address a huge variety of health complaints
Herbal Medicine: Chinese herbal medicine to support the acupuncture treatments
Natural Fertility: One of the key aspects of my treatments, to support women in their fertility through acupuncture, herbs and healing
Celestial Heart Healing: Combine the different elements of promoting self-love, moving through trauma, healing Ancestral patterns and supporting family or group healings
Crystal Healing: Work with crystals and a crystal amethyst bed to encourage healing on physical, emotional and spiritual levels
House clearing and blessings: Working with people to clear the energy in their homes if they are new, or if people are experiencing some form of stagnation in their lives or family home as well as expecting any new beginning
Bio-Resonance: This is a non-invasive therapy which involves placing bands on your wrists to diagnose & treat health complaints. It scans electro energy wave lengths in your body and counteracts them to restore Balance
Thank you for being here, love and blessings – Kathleen
Two Andrea Bocelli Tickets (e-tickets) for sale
for Tuesday 30th October, 2018
in the 3 Arena Dublin.
€300 (below face value)
Contact Margaret (085-7232186)
In our current Millstreet Pictorial News we share scenes regarding the important visit of Millstreet Fire Brigade for fire drill at Presentation N.S. (on Wednesday, 17th Oct.); Halloween is celebrated at “Cinnamon”; we hear about a splendid fundraising Fashion Show in Rathmore; we view further images of the wonderful colours of Autumn; we continue our pictures on the hugely successful Toy Show on Sunday (14th Oct.) in Dromtariffe where we picture Noel Dempsey from Cork with his amazing display of famous buildings made entirely of matchsticks while we also view a most impressive model of the GPO and we witness a truly magnificent international 50th Birthday event at Millstreet G.A.A. Community Hall on Sunday…Special thanks to Thomas Duggan for the loan of tables for the superbly colourful event coordinated by Ini and Friends. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
See lots more images below…. [read more …] “Millstreet Pictorial News October 2018”
Bush Bar Bingo next Friday 19th October.
Jackpot now up to €650.
Millstreet Irish Red Cross
Therapeutic Hand care team
GAA Community Hall Millstreet
Local Red Cross Hand Care team will hold a coffee morning on Thursday 25th October 9.30 to 12.30pm to raise funds to provide Therapeutic Hand care services to our local hospitals, day care centres and events.
Your support would be much appreciated.
Team will carry out hand massage on the day
Tonight on “Radio Treasures” we share highlights from our presentation at Millstreet Gramophone Circle last Friday night….See music list below.
Our 10pm feature tonight is outlined below in the various images. Tonight on Cork Music Station we include our usual blend of music, song and musings. We remember the late Joe Dolan who would have been 79 on this very day. We hear, as always, the late Tom Goggin’s “Phonecall to Heaven” for those bereaved. Feel most welcome to tune in and to make contact on the “Seán Radley” Facebook Chatline You may also email <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Happy Listening! (S.R.)
Thanks to Dan Cronin from Macroom sent us this programme of St.Nick’s v Millstreet in the Cork County Senior Football Championship in 1964. Dan is a collector, and if anyone had programmes they don’t want, he’d gladly take them. Contact Dan via Facebook.
St. John’s GAA Club would like to thank everyone who supported our recent collection. It is very much appreciated.
Oh dear, the common cold has caught up with me. They say there is no cure for it, so i’m determined to make myself as comfortable as I can while it takes its course.
The town and a lot of the surrounding countryside was rocking to the boom boom of the Work Shop music fest which was held at the Green Glens Arena on Saturday with fans being bused in from many parts and bused out again when it was over.
On this coming Saturday October 20th, the pleasant lowing of the country’s prize livestock will fill the air at the same venue for the National Dairy Show. The previous day will see them arriving in their beautiful wagons and brought inside where they will be put through rigorous preparation to make them look their best on the parade ring next day. It’s an interesting sight to watch them being prepared. It involves a full body shower followed by a full body blow dry and then a hair trim, making every rib of hair play its part in the final result which could lead to a rapturous win or a disheartening defeat.Specialists are often brought from abroad to carry out this work, and tail extensions are often used to enhance the final appearance. And at the end of the day they are carefully returned to their box to be ready for the next show. And devoted owners often lay down beside their beloved animals for the night. All very interesting.
“Looking for relatives of Margaret Denahy born on July 1, 1885. Father was Denis Denahy. Immigrated to the United States as a child. Margaret was my grandmother. Her mother was Johanna Shea. My grandmother had a sister named Claire. They left Ireland sometime in the 1890’s. Margaret’s obituary said they moved from Millstreet, Cork. If you can connect to riversidecemetary.com and look at the genealogy part and type in her last name Roney. She is listed as Margaret Roney, born in 1885, died in 1979. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Ed Tom Roney” <email>
We share four images of Autumn scenes recorded yesterday and today in Millstreet. Later we shall include further colourful images of this year’s harvest season. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.)
The Millstreet Vintage Club Model Show held in Dromtarriffe will go down as being the biggest Model Show so far held by the Club,Event Organisers Donie Lucey and Johnny Flynn of Millstreet Vintage Club wish to thank all the Exhibitors who came from all over the Country from both near and far and supported what was a most enjoyable Show over in Dromtarriffe Hall yesterday,with over 70 Trade Stands on display there was something for Everybody to see and the Event was also blessed with fantastic Weather Conditions on the day,also a very big thanks must go out to all Millstreet Vintage Club Members and Friends who helped in anyway or supported the Model Show over the weekend,there was a lot of work to be done from setting up the Hall on Saturday,the moving of all the hardware to all the different locations,the Paperwork/Registration work that was carried out,the busy Catering Team who kept everybody fed and watered over the weekend,the Stewards who kept the the Event Running so smoothly throughout the day,and to all the people that took everything back down again once the Show had finished,we would like to thank each and everyone of ye for your invaluable help on what was a very busy weekend,also many thanks to the Photographers and Media who came along to record the days activities and also a very big thanks must go to the Ballinagree Vintage Club Members who came out in force to help us on the day which was very much appreciated,this was the BEST SHOW yet and without everyone’s help and support this could not have been achieved,we look forward to seeing you all again next year,thanks again from Donie Lucey and Johnny Flynn.
Photos of the Event can be found at the following links at https://www.facebook.com/Rnc-Rally-Pics-758072894309964/
and more at https://www.facebook.com/M2merallyphotos/
The RTE radio one programme ‘Ceilí House’ will come from Bruach na Carraige, Rockchapel, on Saturday, 20th and Saturday, 27th October after the 9pm News. It will feature the Rockchapel Comhaltas based group, Ceoltoirí Sliabh Luachra, performing some of Sliabh Luachra’s oldest music. Much of this music comes from the manuscripts of Dave Dan Curtin of Stagmount, Rockchapel and the manuscripts of his father, Dan Curtin that go back to before 1850, and contain an older layer of Sliabh Luachra music that predates the polkas and slides that characterise the area now, and also from the manuscripts of Dave Leahy of Mountcollins who died in 1907.
We thank Jack Roche for this important notice. (S.R.)
Missing dog from Cullen area, answers to the name Millie.
Please contact us on 0879074728 if seen