Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1056 from Millstreet
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this beautiful sunny calm Tuesday morning.
Full marks to Seanie Murphy and Matt Neville who organised the highly successful St. Patricks Day Parade in Carriganima on Sunday, and well done to all the people from all walks of life who arrived with a wide variety of artefacts to take part. From live-stock to motorised bicycles, vintage, comic acts ,the list goes on .There was a fine crowd. They were blessed with beautiful weather and the pleasant music of the Threshing Mill Boys echoed off the surrounding hills. This is the sort of thing that we need to lift our people out of the doldrums.
So well done Seanie & Matt.
LTV was there and more details will appear on future programs.
Still with Carriganima on this Friday night there will be an all girls party in the Pub, a sort of Women’s Christmas in March. All girls welcome.
Meanwhile up in Aubane they are all set to welcome the Sam Maguire Cup to-night at 8 o clock. Team member Noel O Leary will also be there, and all are welcome.
They have set-dancing every Monday night, Cards on Thursday nights.
Their annual Table Quiz on Good Friday night, April 22nd.
And a Family Fun Day on June 26th.
This is my final reminder of the Pipe Band Social which will be held at the Dromhall Hotel on this Saturday night. Thursday is the last day for buying your ticket. They are available at the Credit Union or ask any member. The Band is serving our Community for 60 years, please help them to celebrate in style on Saturday night.
We are eagerly looking forward to our first Walking Festival which will be held on April 9/10th. Some of our finest scenic routes will be opened up for he first time, Our hard working organisers have worked out a program which will kick off at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Friday evening April 8th.There will be a guest speaker and people will have an opportunity to mingle with fellow walkers and check out the planned routes. Musical evenings are planned both for the town and the Country Park. For full information ring 087 352 87 50.
However prior to that on Tuesday April 5th from 2p.m.-5p.m., our Development Group have arranged a Workshop, with the aim to develop any achievable Development Plan for Millstreet.
For details contact,
Nicola McMahon 087 901 9001, or Nicola.mc.mahongmail.com
or Veronica O Callaghan 087 241 99 29 .perdv@eircom .net
Newmarket Drama Group will stage their comedy “Caught in the Net”, again this weekend March 25/26/27th.at their CYMS Hall.
Exposition of the Blessd Sacrament in our Church every Wednesday from 10.30 to 8.30.pm.
Confessions every Saturday from 12.30 to 1.
Lenten Talk, entitled “Eucharist & Life” will be held at the Pastoral Centre to-night from 8 to 9.30 and all are welcome.
Coffee Morning in aid of Daffodil Day this Thursday March 24th from 9.30 to 1pm at our GAA Hall.
Feile Ceoil at Millstreet Community School Sunday April 17. Confined competitions begin at12.30 Open, which includes class for 15 to 18yr olds for the first time, begin at 1.30. Details from James Linehan.
Country Park re-opens on April 3. offering a special Open Day in honour of Mother’s Day . See their Website for details.
Phone number 029 70810.
The Weigh In finished in Cullen last night. €7,500 was collected so far . Most weight was lost by Pat Fleming, 30lbs
and Nora Breen 26lbs.
Most money was brought in by Kathleen Kelleher, Priests Cross.
The committee are asking all card holders to please bring then in as soon as possible.
GAA Duhallow U21 Foot Ball Final between Millstreet & Cullen in Knocknagree Friday March 25th at 8, please give them your full support.
Here are the results of this weeks parish Lotto draw which was held at the Bush Bar on Sunday night Numbers drawn were 10, 15, 26, 28 and the jackpot was not won. €100 went to Michael Healy, Drishane View, the seller was Tom Carroll and he got €50 sellers prize. €50 went Eileen Broxton Cloghoula, €20 each to Con O Connor, Rathrue, Sheila Corkery, Adrivale, Sheila Barrett,Aubane, Noel Cashman, Clara Rd. The Hickey Family Cloghoula, Louise Casey, Tullig, Denis Healy Claracleagh, and Fanny O Connor, West End. Jackpot for next week €8,000 the draw at Corkerys Bar on Sunday night.
The AGM of the Lotto committee was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Friday night. Up and running for fifteen years it is held in aid of the Town Park, the GAA and the Youth Amenity Complex. It continues to be the life’s blood of these important features in our Community. It is run entirely on voluntary lines, with a strict system of accountability.
The Co-Chairmen Denis Twomey and Noel Buckley paid tribute to all concerned with the local lotto, and remarked on the wonderful co-operation that exists among them, the good humoured atmosphere coupled with the hard work and continued dedication, that we all have reason to be proud of. They thanked the general public for their continued support over the years. At the election of Officers the existing team were re-elected in block, Copies of the financial report are available on request.
Agus sinn abfuil a cairde, Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.