Dia is Mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1075 from Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this the nice calm Tuesday morning.
Cork may have lost to Mayo on Sunday but two Millstreet girls kept the flag flying in style. Many congratulations to Alanna Barry, Millstreet, and Marie Murphy, Caherbarnagh who were on the Cork Minor Ladies FootBall team who won the All-Ireland Final, in Birr Co, Offaly, Katie O Dea from Knocknagree was also on the team, They are all members of the Dromtarriffe Club. So well done all round.
We are into Autumn and its that time of year when our local Television crew start to prepare for their return to your screens, in September. We are pleased to know that we are reaching people as far away as Castleisland, Killarney and into the borders of Cork City to the South, but regretfully some of our own homes are not getting our programs.
In the coming weeks the crew will be out testing signals and adjusting the transmitters on our hills and mountains. People are asked to make them aware of their problems and every effort will be made to put things right.
Further to that the public are invited to take part in their Local TV Station. Lots of people have movie cameras now and are asked to film local happenings and submit them for transmission. Contact any member of the team for details. It is an entirely voluntary project, and the more people who come on board, the better the programs will be for those who can avail of the shows during the coming Winter months.
On Sunday next August 7th, the annual Padre Pio Ceremonies will be held at St Francis Church, Rochestown. Starting at 2.30 .They will include Concelebrated Mass,The Rosary, Annointing of the sick, Benediction,etc. and all are welcome.
And please take note that a bus will be leaving Millstreet that day at 12.15. For details Ring Eamon at 029 56269.
Following that on Thursday August 11th we will have Mass and an evening of Healing at Tubrid Well. Starting at 7.30pm. For details ring 029 56269
Sean & Matt continue to brighten the dull days with their various events at the Pub in Carriginma. This Friday night August 5th, they will have the well-known Johnnie Breminer, all the way from Scotland, and on Sunday August 14th a monster BBQ and Family Fun Day.
A note from Jack Lane to say that
The Kerry Archaelogical and Historical Society are organising a visit to the Kerryman’s Table and the Butter Road on next Sunday
afternoon, August 7th. The visit will begin at 2.30 from the car park in the West End and all are welcome.
Next Week our Summer Horse Show will be held from August 10 to 14th at the mighty Green Glens. It promises to be bigger than ever. Accommodation will be needed. Those with good Quality accommodation to offer please ring the Green Glens at 70800 or 70707.
There is a coach going to Knock on Monday August 8th to coincide with the visit of Sr. Breege McKenna. Contact Donal Kelleher for details at 087 636 10 23.
Traditional Seisuins every Tuesday night at Bruaich na Carraige in Rockchapel and on Wedneday nights at the Community Centre in Freemount. The place to go and take your visitors.
Annual Sliabh Luachra Summer School is on at Rockchapel this week. Starting to-morrow Wednesday . For details Ring Jack Roche 087 2205566.
Please be mindful at all times of our anti-litter project. And keep Millstreet clean and tidy.
The newly launched Millstreet Directory is available free of charge at many outlets in the town, please see that everybody gets one.
A very fond Cead Mily Failte (Welcome) to all those who are visiting our Town at the moment. The many notice boards in the town will point out our places of interest.
Bingo in Banteer to-night Jackpot €500 and €9,250 altogether up for grabs.
Millstreet lost to Meelin in the Singleton Cup Final hosted in Kilbrin.
Millstreet play Kilshannig In the North Cork Minor A Football Championship in Newmarket on this evening at 7pm.
Best of luck to Mark Ellis who will be on the Cork team that figures in the Munster U21 Hurling Championship Final against Limerick tomorrow evening.
Bingo in Millstreet every Thursday night.
Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw whicvh was held ast the Clara inn on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were, 5,17, 25, 32 and the jackpot was not won. €100 went to Gorden Carroll, Liscarroll. The seller was Tom Carroll and he got €50 sellers prize, â‚¬50 went Pat O Sullivan. Clara Rd. €20 each to DD O Sullivan, Ballydaly, Rebecca Creedon. Adrivale, Tina Neenan, Ballydaly, Pat O Sullivan c/o The Sandpit House, Kit O Sullivan, Cloghoulamore, Martina Twohig, Murphys Tce. Didnot Win Again, c/o the Mal Passo and El Pigaro ,also c/o the Mal Passo Bar. Jackpot for next week €11,800 the draw at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Sunday night.
Agus sinn a bfuil a cairde, Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.