This has become an annual event and a great night for all involved. Everyone is welcome! Please contact John Magee at the Community School (029 70087) if you need more details.
Come join us on April 30th 2016 for the 6th annual MonsterMac adventure race. The MonsterMAC (Munster Adventure Challenge) is set in the picturesque Millstreet Country Park and brings together a mix of off road running and road biking.
The area offers some of the most unspoilt countryside at the base of MusheraMore in the Boggeragh mountains to make all 3 legs both challenging and rewarding.
Geraldine who is a very keen photographer was thrilled with her win: “I’ve always been interested in horses, I’ve worked with them for years, she says. “I was wandering around, taking photographs, and I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. I was lucky the camera was on auto focus and I had a fast lens because I only had seconds to take that photo. I’m thrilled to have been a finalist.”
She is pictured (right) with her daugter Sarah at the presentation in the Irish Examiner offices (picture thanks to the Irish Examiner).
Book Now!! to avoid disappointment for your special occasion.
We provide Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses, Slides, Disco Domes, Princess Castles and much more (we have lots of new equipment).
To find more activities log onto our website www.just4leisure.ie, or give us a call!!!
Contact Kevin or Josie on 029 70640 /087 1821594
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Kilcorney Parent / Toddler Group
will be on
Monday’s from 10-12 in the Social Centre.
Pre-school children and parents / carers welcome.
Catherine (Shine) Braun, 94 years young, died unexpectedly at her home in Littleton, New Hampshire on January 30, 2016. Born April 17, 1921
in the village of Millstreet, County Cork, Ireland at Knocknagurrane, near Cullen. Mrs. Braun grew up in a typical Catholic family as the youngest of 7 brothers and sisters. She was raised in a cottage with a thatched and sod roof, heated only by a peat stove, and lacking indoor plumbing or electricity. In 1937 she travelled to London to train as a nurse. Catherine lived and worked in that city during the Blitzkrieg, tending to the injured and the ill.
During the 1950’s, Catherine immigrated to Boston to care for a sick relative. There she met the love of her life, Frederick J. Braun. They were married in May 1958 and had a son, Gary, the next year. After living for a short time in Connecticut and Vermont, she and Fred settled down and built a home in Littleton, where she resided for the remainder of her life. Catherine continued with nursing in New Hampshire. She frequently worked as a private nurse, caring for permanently disabled patients or those with terminal illnesses. She was devoted to her patients and worked well into her later years giving comfort to those who lived in pain and discomfort. [read more …] “Death Notice: Catherine Braun (née Shine), NH”
Great credit is due to the Transition Year Students of MCS and to the Production Team of Jennifer O’Donoghue and Margaret Buckley on the magnificent performance of this hugely popular play which is based in the Dublin of 1916. We now share a further 36 pictures from the very memorable presentation of Wednesday night at MCS. [read more …] “Superb Performance of “The Plough & The Stars” at Millstreet Community School”
And we’re off: Taoiseach Enda Kenny dissolved the 31st Dáil this morning, setting in motion the General Election for 2016 for Friday 26th February. Below are the twelve candidates declared for our Cork North-West constituency, of which three will be elected. Click on the photos to see a one minute video from each of the candidates.
Steven O’Riordan (Independent), Áine Collins (Fine Gael), Michael O’Donnell(Communist Party of Ireland (new candidate)), Michael Creed (Fine Gael)
Shirley Griffin (Independent/People’s Convention), Diarmuid O’Flynn (Independent Alliance), John Paul O’Shea (Independent), Cormac Manning (Green Party)
See what the Cork North West candidates are tweeting about with Marie Collins’ list (here)