Team photos from the Millstreet Camogie Club Social on Saturday night (Feb 28th) in the Wallis Arms. Photos thanks to Geraldine.
A new community market will be starting up on Fridays from 10.30-1.30pm in Teach Iosagain, Rathmore.
The first market will take place on Friday 20th March, where there will be a variety of items for sale from artisan food producers and crafters.
Contact Tony for more information on 083-1588404
KELLEHER (Lackabane, Millstreet and late of Shanakiel, Rathcoole): On February 28, 2015, at Cork University Hospital, after a short illness, KATHLEEN (nee Rea), wife of the late Connie, beloved by her sons Alan and Francis. Deeply regretted by her sons, brother William, auntie Kathleen, granddaughter Alice, Alan’s partner Martina, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and a wide circle of friends.
Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet. Rosary on this Monday evening at 9.30pm. Reposing on tomorrow, Tuesday, from 6pm, followed by removal to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet at 8pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery. May She Rest in Peace.
Fundraiser for the BUMBLEance – your support will be greatly appreciated
The aim is to travel the entire 105 miles of the River Blackwater from the Source to the Sea. The team of five undertaking the journey includes David O Keeffe, John Murt, Daniel Hickey, Danny Dillane and Denis Rahilly. The six day trip will begin, weather permitting on Monday the 23rd of March and finish at the Quays in Youghal at midday Saturday the 28th. The journey will commence with a six mile walk from the source at Muinganine to Ballydesmond Village and from here the kayaks will be used to paddle to Knocknagree. The canadian canoe will be waiting here loaded with supplies and the necessary camping and cooking equipment for the rest of the excursion. The next five days will be spent journeying the river through Kerry, Cork and Waterford with various stops along the way. It is all being done to raise awareness and funds for The BUMBLEance – Children’s Ambulance Service.
The project’s website is at historicgraves.com/graveyard/drishane/co-drsh