‘Tis true of time it can be a great healer but time does become everybody’s foe
To when Hannah Curtin was just beyond her prime years one has to go back many years ago
She lived with her husband and her children in the Town of Millstreet towards the very end of Minor Row
Despite her years a big loss to her family and she will be missed by the many of her who did know
There is little doubt she led by good example in the roles she had chosen for herself in life
To her children she was a marvellous mother and to her husband a devoted wife
‘Tis sad to think a heart that beat with kindness no longer beats and is forever still
Her remains lay amongst the dead of Millstreet in quiet St Mary’s in view of Cashman’s Hill
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Millstreet Vintage Club are holding a car & tractor run on next Sunday next April 29th starting @ 12.30 from the Wallis Arms Hotel.
The club draw will take place after the runs finish that evening in the Wallis Arms Hotel.
Tina Dunstan (Enright) who won the Ladies section at the Cullen Weigh-In this year, has entered the Spar Spartan Challenge, and hopes to represent Cork County. She needs your support to be selected for Cork, so she asks if you could go to her profile page and vote for her please!
I have fought with my weight for years, this year I am winning the battle with the help of jogging and running. I started at 18st 8.5lbs on the 1st of January. I decided this was going to be my year and started jogging and eating healthy from the 1st January. Today I am 15st 9lbs. I am only 1/3 of the way of my journey but I am totally committed and motivated. I have signed up for the Dublin run in april, limerick in May and the half marathon in cork in June. I am currently jogging 10k every morning. I love jogging and hate missing. I have motivated 2 other girls to join me at 6.30 every morning, and …
[You can read Tina’s full profile on Tina’s Spar Spartan Page]