Marie Farrell, from Millstreet, Co. Cork, and 2nd year BA student of French and German Studies at Mary Immaculate College, has been awarded a prestigious DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship to study in Germany.
The funding awarded will allow her to participate in a four-week German Studies summer course at the University of Munich (LMU), comprising language, literature and cultural studies. The LMU is recognized as one of Europe’s premier academic and research institutions and has continuously been placed as the top German university in The World University Rankings. [read more …] “Marie Awarded Prestigious DAAD Scholarship”
This year’s Anti Litter Competition is beginning next Monday 8th May 2017. As you are all aware I am sure, Millstreet Town won 1st Prize in Category A last year. So will we make it two in a row. I reckon we can do that no bother. So grab your sweeping brushes, shovels, gloves and bin bags and as always get out and clean, clean, clean. The evenings are only fab all this week so no excuses. Why not rope in a couple of the neighbours on your street and make a right good go of it. You will be done in no time. I will post the schedule of the particular areas that will judged just as soon as I get them. Any groups or any volunteers that would like help or a loan of equipment for their litter pick up please do not hesitate to contact me here on the page and I will sort out gear for you. Fingers crossed we will be top notch again this year. [from MillstreetTidyTown.ie]
Millstreet Community School Transition Year Fashion Show takes place in the School Sports Hall next Friday night 5th May at 8 pm . Adult tickets €10. Student tickets €5 .The clothes will be from shops and boutiques all over north Cork All proceeds to Millstreet Hospital, Marymount Hospice and The Donal Walshe Foundation. We thank Derry Morley for this important notice. (S.R.)
A group of students from Millstreet Community School who formed the school’s first development education committee during their Transition Year in 2015/2016, received certificates in recognition of their efforts from Garda John Crowley. They had organised a range of activities within the school and local community. These included a climate change petition, the ‘thumbprint’ campaign, and a climate change seminar for local post-primary schools in Green Glens Arena. They also taught lessons to students on Fairtrade and the UN sustainable development goals.