Sr. Mercedes Behan, Presentation Sister
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1142 from Millstreet.
Fondest Greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this wet and wintery Tuesday morning.
It was a sparkling week here in Millstreet when our Living Scenes Project swept the board in Brussels itself, as they took part in the European Year of Active Ageing Competition. Out of a field of 1,000 entries from all over Europe, they were awarded second place. School Chaplin , John Magee and founder member Eansie Twomey travelled to Brussels for the presentation. And on their return on Thursday a gala event was held at the school. It was attended by Dr. Mary Surlis of NUI Galway who devised Living Scenes in the first place. Many past pupils attended as did our Parish Priest Canon John FitzGerald. Past teachers were also there and many others who have been associated with the project since it was started here at our Community School 7years ago. Sean Radley was there to capture it all on film. Look up the website for more details. It was a proud day for Millstreet and its Community School.
In Aubane last Friday night they had the launch of their centenary DVDs , and they are on sale from any committee member at €10 each.
The Aubane Committee have a long line of events planned in the run-up to Christmas. Starting with a cake decorating night on December 5th Given by one of their own, Margaret Guilfoyle .
Other items will be announced as we come nearer the time.
CREMIN (Churchill, Cullen, Mallow, Co. Cork): On November 19, 2012, (peacefully) at his home, in the presence of his family, Phil, loving husband of Kate-Mary and dear father of Catherine, Padraig, Parthalán and Sheila. Deeply regretted by his loving family, grandchildren, daughters-in-law Eithne and Maurren-Ann, sons-in-law Colm and Michael, sister-in-law, brothers-in-law, niece, nephews, relatives, kind neighbours and friends.
Rest in Peace
Removal from his home this Wednesday evening at 8pm to the Church of The Nativity of The Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen. Requiem Mass on Thursday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Our twinning with Pommerit le Vicomte is now in excess of twenty-five years which is truly a great credit to both communities. It is the turn of the many Breton Friends to visit [read more …] “Annual Twinning Collection Receives Uplifting Response”