Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a Cairde and welcome to News Report 1070 from Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this nice seasonal Tuesday morning.
The beautiful weather over the weekend made all the difference to the many outdoor activities that were held around the area. The Corpus Christi parade was held through the town immediately after 11oclock Mass on Sunday. It was well attended. The Pipe band played and the choir sang at the Benediction at the Alter in the town Square.
PA provided as always by John A O Sullivan.
The choir is now on it’s Summer break and will resume in September.
All scaffolding have now been removed from the interior of our church. Newly painted,it looks beautiful and when complete,it will be a place of prayer that we can be truly proud of.
Aubane Social Club held their annual family fun day on Sunday in brilliant sunshine , in vast contrast to the foggy conditions that prevailed for the Mass at St. Johns Well on June 24th, that turned the occasion into a rather eerie ,almost spooky experience. But still the crowds came as they always do.Their Family Fun day was a great success ,with the many novelties and challenges and prizes to be won. And they want to thank all those who helped in any way to make it the great event that is was.
Carriginma will never be the same again,following its first efforts to introduce open-air dancing. Again they were blessed with fine weather .There was a host of entertainers and musicians from far and near. The crowds also came in large numbers and went home full of the joys of the great event, and wanting more. So well done to the propietors, Seanie & Matt for bringing an air of hope to this lovely little village and it’s people at a time when they thought there was no hope at all. You have to admire them.
Meanwhile the more adventurous headed for the Donegal for the
Topaz International Rally where local crew men Daniel Lucey and Connor O Flynn encountered a litany of mishaps and mini disasters which prevented them from making it first to the winning post.
But undaunted, they’re already planning their next event.
They have asked me to thank their many supporters who made the journey to Donegal to be with them. Also the people from all over the world who encouraged them on Facebook etc. Their input is greatly appreciated.
A word here from Delores to say a million thanks to all those who supported the Coffee Morning which was held recently in aid of Cope, Mallow.
Millstreet Adult Learning Festival will be held from July 18th -22nd
For details call to the Adult Learning Centre ,Main St. or contact Elaine Hooper 086 833 78 11.
Contact Breda at our Local Library for details of the Summer Arts Festival ,which our libraries are putting on for the months of July & August. Phone number 029 21920 .
Annual Feile Duhallow 2011 will be held on August 12th, 13th , 14th.
Millstreet Summer Horse Show August 10th to 15th.
Our Tidy Towns Committee are under pressure as usual to keep Millstreet looking good. They are pleading with people to stop throwing rubbish out of cars and throwing cigarette butts on the streets etc. They are always asking for more help and it’s a joy to hear that the local Marca Club has rowed in behind them, and are an inspiration to other clubs to do likewise. The litter campaign is on, and both Drishane Road and Tanyard Wood are to be inspected this week. Murphy’s Terrace fared well in the test and all concerned are to be commended.
This week the committee will meet at the Square on Thursday evening at 7pm . to continue with their great work. Please be there with them.
Cullen Young at Heart evening out this Thursday June 30th Contact Joan if you’d like to go.
A note from Jerry Lehane,Banteer to say that there’s a one day cruise of the Shannon on Sunday July10th. For details contact 087 283 36 96.
Millstreet defeated Banteer in the Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship first round by a single point.
Best wishes to Kevin Crowley on his involvement with Cork agsinst Tipperary in the Munster Minor Football Chamopionship Final against Tipperary in Killarney on Sunday.
Millstreet Juvenile GAA welcome Longford Slashers for the All Ireland Feile Peil in County Cork this weekend.
Good luck to Millstreet Tai Kwando club on competing in the Eurpean Championships in Cork this weekend.
Here are the results of this weeks parish Lotto draw which was held at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night .Numbers drawn were 1. 11, 14, 18 and the Jackpot was not won. €100 went to Eileen Cottor, Old Coach Rd. The seller was Colemans and they got €50 sellers prize.
€50 went to Connie Murphy, The city, Rathmore, €20 each to James Cronin, Kilmeedy, Owen Tarrant, of Tarrants Bar, Peg Carroll, Tubber, Joan Sanders, Meenskehy, Pauline Ferik, Drishane View, Denis Corkery, Shanaknuck, Sinead O Sullivan, Dooneen, Jason Murphy, c/o The Wallis Arms, & Joan Collins, Newmarket, Jackpot for next week €10,800 the draw at the Bush Bar on Sunday night .
Agus sinn a bfuil a cairde, slan is beannacht De libh go leir.