Photos above for Millstreet Camogie Club are thanks to Geraldine Dennehy
National Dairy Show 2015
Saturday 17th October in Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, Co. Cork.
20 pedigree Holstein & Jersey classes
Finals National YMA Showmanship League
Live demo/discussion on Herd Health
Automative bedding trial
120 Trade displays
Great family Day out: Model Farm Displays Bouncy Castle / Face Painting
2015 Judge: Harold Sweetnam, Manitobe, Canada
Lifetime achievement Award
2015 Innovation Award
Assembly at 6.45pm to the sound of Pipe Music in preparation for the official unveiling of the Andrew Carnegie Centenary Plaque which will be performed by Nora Kelleher of Minor Row whose Uncle, Joe O’Connor was one of the main coordinators responsible for the establishment of the Carnegie Hall in Millstreet in 1912.
Official Opening of Millstreet Museum by Noel Buckley in the presence of Cllr John Paul O’Shea, Mayor of Cork County and other Dignitaries. Then follows the Blessing of the Museum Centre by Canon John Ftizgerald, P.P..
The Presentation by Mary Flaherty of the Medal of Patrick Murphy, late of Ballydaly found by his Grandson, Russell Murphy, in New Zealand.
We shall have brief addresses by the Cork County Mayor, by Noel Buckley, by Nora Kelleher and by Mary Flaherty.
Fr. Paddy O’Byrne will present the Child of Mary Cloak (and Confraternity Medal) belonging to the late Dola O’Byrne.
We focus on the truly magnificent 1840 frame for the 1927 Monument Plaque which has recently been very creatively made by Dan Duggan of West End.
Jerry Lehane will present his some of his many historic items which he had very kindly made available to the Museum over many years.
On our Wall of Light of “Millstreet Through History” special reference will be made to Denis Kiely who in the 1920s was among those who saved the Carnegie Hall from being put on fire. The Wall illustrates an historic photo of Denis and his Companions following the saving of the historic building.
Then will follow a number of Museum Presentations to various people who have greatly contributed to the bringing to reality the reopening of Millstreet Museum and Tourist Information Centre.
Millstreet Community School’s senior boys soccer team got off to a winning start in the first of their group matches in the John Murphy Cup. They played SMI Newcastlewest away on 13th October and came away with a 4-3 win. It was a fantastic team performance against a very good side. The goal scorers were Colm O’Leary (2), Billy Cronin and Danny Buckley. The next fixture is at home against St. Patrick’s Castleisland on Friday 23rd October. We thank John Magee for the notice. (S.R.)
[read more …] “Millstreet Community School Soccer Team Success”
Tadhg Curtin has made a video for a competition Kilcorney has entered. The competition is brought to us by Open Eir. The prize is €250,000 which is allocated to bringing in fibre optic broadband to the area. It would be really great if you could share and like the video, the competition is encouraging community spirit.