Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde welcome to news report 989 form Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this wild ,wet, and windy, Tuesday morning.
The Big Concert this week will be in our parish Church on Sunday November 29th in aid of the Church restoration Fund.entitled “Sounds of Advent.” Our own Parish choir will open the two hour show, and they will be followed by the Kerry Choral Society.
Tickets @ €20 each can be bought over a wide area or from the parish office ,or at the door on the night. Please support it well. Starts at 7.30 ,bring a cushion as the Church seats are hard.
[read more …] “Regional Report 989 24th November 2009”
Little baby Jacob has gone through the first operation for his condition anophthalmos and his mother Wiola has written about it on his website:
A few days ago Jacob had his first operation in Germany. It was an emotional experience for us. We were very worried when they were taking him into the operating theatre. I was thinking: he is still so little, how will he take a general anaesthetic?
During the operation, Jacob got his first expanders, which from now on will be stimulating orbital growth. Thanks to a few operations like this one Jacob will be able to receive his ocular prostheses.
When after the operation we were called into the recovery room, I found myself looking at the huge IV catheter inserted into his tiny hand. I was wondering why it is so in this world that children are born sick and …
You can read the full article here. Also, ff you haven’t done so already, there are still tickets available for the extra concert in Drishane on December 6th in aid of Little Jacob.
A little late, but Millstreet Matters for the 12th of November has been published. It covers the Sounds of Advent concert on November 30th, Seán Radley in the Ireland Involved Awards, the changes to our clergy and Mass times amongst others. You can read the full article here.