Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1067 from Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best .and it’s great to be back with you following my three weeks break. A million thanks to dear Sean Radley for keeping the show on the road during my absence.
Millstreet is still rocking from the wonderful party that was held at the Green Glens last night to celebrate the 100th birthday of Mrs. Margaret Reen. Our heartiest congratulations goes out to this most gracious of ladies. Up to ten priests helped to concelebrate Mass at the Green Glens including her first cousin , 92 yr old Fr. White who travelled all the way from the far ends of America to be with her and her family and friends for her big night. A wonderful meal was served by the Doody Family of Kingdom caterers. And at 12 ‘o clock midnight which marked her actual 100th birthday the crowd of over 500 family and friends gathered round to show their love and esteem for this lovely lady who has been such an icon of love and caring since coming to our town as our chemists , the late Frank Reen’s wife in the early 40s.We wish her many more years of health and Happiness in our midst. Mrs. Reen who is a great grand mother herself, can recall speaking to her own great grand mother, who was born in 1814, thus covering a staggering 7 generations of her own family. Look up our website for all the details.
Our best wishes also goes to two very popular members of our Gardai who are about to retire, A very pleasant function was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel last night to mark the departure of Sergeant Jerry Carmody.
And on to-morrow Wednesday night a reception will be held at Corkery’s Bar in honour of Garda Eddie Grimes. We wish both men good luck for the future and thank them for their many years of caring and dedication to our community. We will miss their familiar presense .
I’d like to convey a very happy 70th birthday to Richie O Keeffe, of the Canon O Donovan Centre and formerly of Kiletra.
It’s that time of year again when our young people are about the tackle their Junior and Leaving Certificate Exams. And to set them on the right path the annual pre-exam Mass will be celebrated, by Fr. Kevin Mulcahy, at Tubrid Well to-night June 7th, starting at 8pm and all are welcome.
And on behalf of our community I want to wish our students every success in the weeks ahead.
Family Tree Mass at Tubrid this Friday Night June 10th at 8pm
And the annual Faith ‘n Light Mass will take place there this Saturday June 11th. at 3pm, followed by their reception at the GAA Hall. Usual helpers wanted.
Feis Laiterian in Cullen Sunday June 12th starting at 12noon.
And a note to say that work is ongoing on their book, entitled
Memories of School Days in Cullen. Contributions still coming in.
Items from Aubane, their next organised climb of Mushera Sunday June 19th. Annual Mass for St. Johns Day, June 24th. And their Family Fun Day June 26th.
Look up our Country Park Website for all their latest events or give them a ring at 029 70810.
Well done to Connie Cotter, winner of the Kanturk Golf Club Gents Captain
Prize over the weekend
In the North Cork Under 14 A Football League Final, Millstreet face Thomas
Russells on this Wednesday evening in Castlemagner at 7.30pm
Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at
Mc Carthy’s Bar on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were,2, 5, 6, 23 and the Jackpot was not won . €100 went to Eva Sheehan, Cloverhill, The seller was Donal Guiney and he got €50 sellers prize, €50 went to James & Charlie Murphy, Drishane Rd. €20 each to Kathleen Kelleher, Dromnahilla, Matt Cleary ,Clara Rd. James Burke, Rathmore, Ellie Dineen, Rathduane, Derry Kelleher, Carriginma, Eamon Guiney, Drishane Rd. Muireann Lynch, Kilcorney, And Katie Dennehey, Dromaghue, Jackpot for next week €10,200 .the draw will be at the
Clara Inn on Sunday night.
Following Sunday nights draw, chairman Noel Buckley congratulated the popular couple Roger Cresswell and his lovely wife Wendy who celebrated their Golden Jubilee recently, and thanked them for the great contribution that they are making to the Tidy Towns efforts in Millstreet.
Penticost Vigil at Knock, this Saturday next June 11th from 9pm to 1.
Agus sinn a bfuil a cairde, Slan is beannacht De libh go leir.