This is a reminder that the collection of items for the Kerry to Calais group which is part of a national initiative to provide relief to those who have migrated to Europe in recent months, will take place on Friday 25th September between 8.45am and 11am in Millstreet Community School. If you wish to donate from the list below, please bring the items to room 2A between these times. They will then be brought to a collection depot in Killarney in the afternoon. • Blankets/woolly hats/scarfs/gloves ONLY (all of which can be second hand but in a condition which we might use ourselves) • soap • shampoo • toothbrushes and toothpaste • deodorant • shaving foam and razors • face clothes • packets of tissues • wipes • towels Thank you very much.
Friday 25th September at 8.30p.m.
Adults & young people (10+) welcome.
Free tuition on Friday nights.
Equipment costs for new members is a once off €20.
Band Uniform & Instruments provided free of charge while you’re with the band.
Transport costs to major events provided free of charge for members.
Looking forward to seeing new members & possibly some past members on Friday night!
Steven O’ Riordan Cork North West Independent Candidate speaking to the UCC Philosophical Society on the topic of “Should we re-elect the Government” on Monday night (Sept 21st). If you like what you hear get in touch with Steven @ <email>
[read more …] “Steven’s Speech to the UCC Philosophical Society”
Millstreet Museum will be officially opened following refurbishment on Wednesday, 14th October 2015 at 7.00 p.m.. The Carnegie Centenary Plaque will also be celebrated and a number of presentations will take place. An historic medal will be officially presented to the Museum and focus will be placed on the historic treasures already on display. Fuller details of the historic occasion will follow later. Everyone is very welcome to this special event at which we expect the Mayor of Cork County to be present. (S.R.)