Meetings continue on Sunday evening at 7pm in the Canon O’Donovan Centre on Clara Road. On Sunday 6th May, being the first Sunday of the month, we will share together in Holy Communion as well as our normal ‘feast’ of worship, prayer and Bible study. During this Easter season we continue to focus on the resurrection appearances of our Lord and this Sunday we focus in on the last few words of Matthew’s Gospel where Christ calls us to partner with him in sharing his good news with all the world. Hope you can join us. For further information about any of our meetings, contact Laurence Graham on 064 6631613 or <email>
Visitation this Friday from 2:00 – 5:00pm & 7:00 – 9:00pm at Schuyer Hill Funeral Home. Requiem Mass tomorrow Saturday, May 5th at 11am in St. Frances De Chantal, Bronx, NY with burial afterwards in the Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
Due to popular demand Zumba classes will continue for another six weeks from 24th May. Classes are on Thursday nights from 8-9pm.
Phone Siobhan on 086 151 1325 to enquire or book.
Millstreet Community School have this week published their new website. It’s very nicely put together, well organised with lots of information and photos. It has sections for School News, Students, Parents, Photos, Pastoral Care, History, Facilities, Chaplin, Curricular Provision, Sport & Extra Curricular.
Check it out at millstreetcommunityschool.ie
Carriganima National School have been successful in their appeal to the Department of Education and Skills and have retained their second teacher. They will be holding an Open Night on Wednesday 16th May 2012 from 7 – 9pm. Everyone welcome to visit the school, meet the teachers and pupils and view a presentation on “A Day in the Life of Our Junior Infants”. The school is currently taking enrollments for September 2012. Pick up/drop off service provided to Clondrohid Crèche.
Carriganima National School, Carriganima, Macroom, Co. Cork
Tel / Fax: 026 – 44107. Email: <email>
A big hello to Con O’Connor, a loyal reader of millstreet.ie from London, Ontario, Canada. Con was born in Millstreet. His parents were James O’Connor and Mary O’Sullivan. He was related to Joan and Con Duggan and still has cousins there in Balydaly and on the Millstreet road. Con came to Canada in 1961, married Nancy and has had a very succesful career as a teacher at a College in Sarnia after years in education in Thunder Bay Ontario, before retirement.
They last visited in 2003 and really enjoyed visiting many places including the church and school where Con attended. He is very pleased that he has found this website and he enjoys hearing about the news and happenings and would like to come back to Ireland again but has some health issues now. We have relatives in other areas also such as Cork City, Bantry and the Dublin area.
If you remember Con, or would just like to send a message, you can email contact him at: <email>, or just leave a comment below, and it will get to him too.
Photos by Jim McSweeney from the Traditional Crafts and Blacksmithing Fair is taking place at Millstreet Country Park this May Bank Holiday weekend (12-6pm each day). See Jim’s full set of 89 superb photos taken yesterday (Thursday).
Update: Jim has added another 134 photos from Saturday 5th May at the Fair.