A public meeting in relation to new changes and the future of the Aubane School Bus
which has served Aubane for many years, is organised for:
Thursday 25 February at 8.00 pm at Aubane Community Centre.
It is important that all families to come to this meeting to show your support
in relation to this vital service for the Aubane Area.
We want to keep our School Bus, so showing
your support would be very much appreciated.
Aubane Social Club is facilitating this meeting, and
all the public representatives will be in attendance
Linda O’ Mahony here, Im going to Sri Lanka during the Summer doing mental health volunteering with children who have special needs and in a mental health hospital. In aid of my volunteering I’m holding a “Legless Stretcher Race” as a fundraiser in Millstreet on the 17th April.
This involves a team of five racing through town, from pub to pub, having a drink at each stop. Each team must dress up and make their own stretcher. Prizs for winners and best team effort on the day also.
To enter a team you can call into The Bush Bar,
contact me on Facebook
or through the event page
Great day guaranteed with loads of teams already entered!
All support greatly appreciated!
Happy childhood memories the best memories of all
And my younger years in Millstreet I will always recall
On evenings in Summer up to the mid Fall
In the Townpark at the West End we played gaelic football
My friends of my youth where might they be today
Like me have the years left them balder and gray
Though some of them in the home Parish did stay
In life one might say we just went our own way
Since those days so many years have come and gone
And time does not wait it just ticks on and on
Many of the friends of my youth I may not see again
Though good memories of them with me does remain
And in fancy I chase the football up and down
With my happy young friends in the Park of the Town.
[read more …] “Happy Childhood Memories”
Eight Transition Year students and their teachers from eight post-primary schools joined together to learn more about climate change and migration at a student seminar held at Green Glens Arena, Millstreet on 2nd February 2016. The students attending were from Coachford Community College, St. Mary’s Secondary School, Bishop McEgan College and De La Salle College, Macroom, Boherbue Comprehensive School, Millstreet Community School, Scoil Mhuire Kanturk and Scoil Phobail Sliabh Luachra. The event was coordinated by Sheila Dillon, Education Officer with Trócaire and John Magee, Chaplain in Millstreet Community School. Given that there has been so much in the news over the last year about climate change and migration, the aim of the day was to explore the issues from different perspectives. The four workshops were facilitated by Aisling McGrath from WorldWise Global Schools, Sarah Walsh from Eco UNESCO, Deirdre Walsh from Trócaire and Bernie Connolly from Cork Environmental Forum. Topics explored included the new UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), consumerism, climate change and its impact in Kenya, and sustainable agriculture. Two students from each school had a chance to attend two of the workshops, with the hope that they would bring what they had learned back to their colleagues in their various schools.
The students who were there on the day had a lot to say about why they attended the seminar, what they had found interesting and what strategies they felt their schools could adopt on top of what they do already to help counter the effects of climate change.