Participants had travelled from far and wide for the very special occasion including two people who arrived from America. To view the above full scale photograph please click on the image which changes into a smaller picture – Now click the small image and there you will have a clearer and bigger image permitting easier viewing. No need to do this for the photographs following as these will automatically appear enlarged when you click on the image. Renewed congratulations to [read more …] “Class Reunion 1976-1981 – A Clearer View of Groups”
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1107 from Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this lovely Spring morning.
Our St Patrick’s weekend was one of the most successful and the most pleasant ever. The Pipe Band played the priest and alter servers into the church for 11.30am Mass, Canon FitzGerald blessed a bowl of Shamrock and distributed it among the band members. The choir sang their hymns as Gaeilge, and after Mass the pipe band gave a beautiful recital in the Chapel yard in warm sunshine.
The weather was everything that any one could wish for, and in spite of a weather forecast of hail rain and even thunder, the our patron Saint saved
us from it all .
[read more …] “Regional Report 1107 – 20th March 2012”
- Agri-food funds will boost rural enterprise
- Millstreet 1-12 Knocknagree 1-7 – Match report
- Town to put its best foot forward for St.Patricks Day Parade
- Kanturk/Millstreet Red Cross welcome Volunteers
- Scór and Scór na bPaistí updates
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