Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a Cairde and welcome to News Report 1175 from Millstreet.Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this glorious Tuesday morning.
Well it’s all over and it will go down in History as one of our finest achievements. The Four day Gathering Festival was an outstanding success,to put it mildly. I suppose the first one to thank is God himself for sending the beautiful weather which brought every body young and old out to get the feel of the warm sun and to take part.
Over 20 events took place over the four days and each just as good as the one before it. Our website is full of pictures telling the full story of it all. One event which was not on the list was the All Ireland Fishing Championships which brought fishermen from the four provinces. The top prize going to Ulster.
We are indeed indebted to the five person committee who did all the planning and the running of the weekend. With a lot of help from their friends. People came from overseas and all parts of Ireland to be with their families and they were not disappointed. It would fill volumes if I were to go through it all in detail,so I will have to leave it there. And again thanks anyone who helped in any way to make us all so proud of our place for the Gathering Weekend Festival 2013.
A note from Maeve Neenan to thank all those who helped to make the 10k race in memory of her famous Dad Willie so memorable and so successful.
Next event here will be the NewMarket Show which will be held at the Green Glens on Sunday July 14th.
Don’t forget to tune in to RTE on Sunday evening next at 6.30, for the Program on the O’Sullivan Bearra Way,part of which was screened in Millstreet back in April.
The AGM of IRD Duhallow will be held the James O Keeffe Institute on
July 24th at 8pm.
The Annual Open Garde in aid of Marymount Hospice will be held at the
beautiful garden of Gertie and Maurice O Donoghue ,Dromboy Carrignavar on Saturday and
Sunday July 20/21st from 2pm to 6. Itâ€™s well signposted on the
Road, at Rathduff.
A note from Jack Roche to say that the renowned Summer Seisuns are back in
Bruach na Carriage ,Rockchapel, and will be held on each Tuesday for the
months of July and August with a 9 o clock start.
Further to that their Summer Camp takes place at the same venue from July
to the 26th .It’s for children from the age of 7 to 15 .They will be
music, song, and dance.
For full information contact 087 220 55 66.
Contact Eileen at 087 249 1089 if you’d like to join a group and learn or
improve your command of the Irish language.
And call or contact the ECentre to get full information on a group who meet
there every Wednesday from 11 to 12,30 to discuss topics such as inner
peace ,A Qualified Therapist will attend. Contact Liz. 086 344 33 24.
Our Millstreet Hospital Fund Church Gate collection will be held in
Millstreet this weekend July 13/14th Please give generously.
Notes from Cullen, Their Annual Vintage Afternoon / Laitiarian Sunday will
be held on Sunday July 21st with all the usual attractions.
Cullen Young at Heart Evening out will be held on July 17th all welcome.
Booking before July 14th.
And Their Community Centre Fundraiser will be a Night at the Dogs July
13th. To book a seat on the bus,
contact Patsy at 79119 .
For the Children. Don’t forget to contact Breda at our Library for all
details of the Summer Reading Challenge.
Have a Book Will Travel.
Their Book Club led by Katie & Norman Guerin is on July 20th . Give Breda a
at 029 21920
The Irish Blood Transfusion service want to thank all those who supported
so well, on their recent visit to Millstreet.
Pitch n Putt.
The Aiden Burke Memorial Trophy Team Competition started last night and
continue tonight and Wednesday starting at 7pm.
Presentation of Prizes for this competition and the John Sing Cup will be
at the GAA Hall on Saturday July 15th.
In memory of the great Humphrey Kelleher.
Millstreet along with Knocknagree and Dromtariffe will play host to the
Kelleher Memorial U15 Football Cup on Saturday.
Important note from Ballinagree which reads,
“The Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Ballinagree, along with neighbours and
from Moulnahorna and Ballinagree, have gathered together to restore the
at Mushera Mountain.
Official opening by the Mayor of Ballinagree, Rita O’ Sullivan, at 2.30p.m. on Sunday the 21st of July.
Music by Peter Lane and Blackwater Sound.
Eucheristic Adoration in our Church every Tuesday & Wednesday from 10.30 am
10.30pm. If youd like to become a permanent adorer, and give one hour to
Lord at a given time on Tuesday or Wednesday please
contact Mary 087 274 93 09.
Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at the Bush Bar on Sunday night .
Numbers drawn were 4, 7, 9, 18 and the lucky winner of €2,400 Jackpot, was Mary Gahan Minor Row. The Seller was Pat Randals and she got €240 sellers prize.
€20 each went to the following 10 people Joanne Cottor, Murphys Tce.
Eileen Roche Coomligane, Pauline Sheehan Kilcorney, Siobhan Curtin ,Kilcorney, Eily P Kelleher, Dromsicane, The Dunne Family,Cork ,Millstreet Celtic, Michelle & Denise c/o Denise Martin Dennehy Coomliogane , & Niall Dennehy Sth.
Jackpot for next week €2,000 the draw at Corkery Bar on Sunday night.
Agus sinn a bfuil a cairde, Beannacht De libh go leir.
(The Blessing of God Be on you all)