Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1012 from Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this very cold but sunny Tuesday morning.
All roads lead to Knocknagree on this coming Sunday for an explosion of Music at the Star Trax recording Studio. Following the recent devastating fire at their place they need all you support. See posters for all the details. A fundraising event for the cause will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on June 11th organised by LTV2.
On Sunday next May 16th Millstreet G.A.A.Club along with camogie club will hold their La Na g Club day in park from 2.30-4.30pm. This will be a fun day for all the family with all ages catered for. Events scheduled for the day are U8 football blitz,U16 mixed football game, rounders for coaches of junior, juvenile and camogie teams All the mums get ready for an obstacle race. Celebrity Banisteoir with two local personalities (Noel Buckley and Joan O Mahony from Convent School) battling against each other with their respective teams. Music on the day will be provided by The Kelt, (joint chairmen of Juvenile Club) and we will also have a barbeque hosted by Jerry Pat and staff. Music and dancing on the day from local musicians and dancers. There will be many other novelty events eg.penalty shootout, face painting etc to keep all entertained. All we need is for the sunshine to shine to ensure an enjoyable day on Sunday next in Millstreet town park. All are welcome. thanks Mairead Daly, Secretary Juvenile. club.
The monthly meeting of the Community Council will be held to-night at the Youth Centre starting at 9 o clock. All members please attend.
At the AGM of LTV2 which was held during the week at the Wallis Arms Hotel ,the existing committee was re-elected in block. They are Chairman, Bernard Crowley, Secretary, Mary Ankatel,
Treasurer, Wm. FitzGerald. PRO. John F Kelleher. The Chairman reported on another very successful season with the program content getting more popular all the time. He commended the crew for their dedication and hard work, with everybody working on a voluntary basis. He went on to say that, programs, in part anyway, can now be seen worldwide on You-tube. And even though the station is now closed for the Summer, the task of fundraising will have to start, to replenish our funds before we return in the Fall.
Our litter problem is getting no better. On Anti-Litter Week volunteers of ever creed and colour came out and cleaned up the whole area, now alas our roadsides are worse than ever. On some roads the Co. Council cleaned all the margins of grass and mud, great in one way but now all the rubbish thrown out of cars is clearly visible and is ruining the fine work done by the Council. Could we once again ask people to please refrain from this dreadful habit.
Please be reminded that our fine recycling centre takes bags of rubbish for landfill now also for a nominal fee.
A notice from IRD Duhallow to say that they will host an Adult Education and Training Exhibition at the Edel Quinn Hall in Kanturk on Tuesday May 18th. from 10am to 2pm . For full information contact Mary McHugh at 029 60633 .
A monster Coffee Morning will be held at the Carrigmill Inn in Carriginma on this Friday Morning, May 14th From 10 until 1 in aid of Alzheimers.
Our Gramaphone Circle will meet this Friday night at the Canon O Donovan Centre ,starting at 8.15 ,Presenter, Sean Radley.
Please be reminded that there is Mass at Tubrid Well on Friday May 21st at 8pm.
Golden Jubilee Celebrations for Mons Manning will be marked with a Concelebrated Mass in our Church on Friday May 28th, A presentation will be made to him and those who would like to be associated with it can leave a donation in a special envelope on the collection plate at any one of our Masses, by next Sunday.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in our Blessed Sacrament Church every Wednesday from 10.30 am to 8.30, drop in any time.
At a very pleasant function which was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel during the week, the Proceeds of the Family Fun and Vintage day that was held at the Green Glens on Easter Sunday was handed over to the Church Restoration Committee. It amounted to €21,500, Well done to all who were associated with it.
A very fond Happy Birthday wish goes to John Guerin, Newmarket from all his family and Friends in Millstreet.
Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were, 2, 4, 11, 20 and the jackpot was not won. €100 went to lucky the Cat. The seller was Sharon Lane and she got €50 sellers prize. €50 went to Breda and Tim Murphy, Rathduane, €20 each to Ronan O Leary, Drishane Road, Noel Buckley Dooneen, Tony Kelleher, Murphy’s Tce. Trevor O Connor, Tanyard Wood, Joan Sheehan, Rathmore, Noreen O Sullivan, Kilcumin, Jason Murphy, Drishane Rd. and Carol O Leary, Carrigacooleen. Jackpot for next week
€4,600 the draw at the Bush Bar on Sunday night.
Millstreet play Kilbrin in the Junior A Hurling League in Kilbrin on this Friday at 7.45pm
Please look up our Website for all our details.
Agus sinn a bfuil a Cairde, Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.