KILCORNEY COFFEE MORNING IN AID OF THE WORK OF SR. ANTOINETTE O CALLAGHAN IN NIGERIA:
A Coffee Morning will be held in the Kilcorney Social Centre on this Sunday 25th of June after the 10.30am Mass until 1pm. Your support would be very much appreciated as all funds raised will go to where they are most needed.
All proceeds will go towards people living with HIV and Aids, especially women and children and also farming families in the area who are experiencing very difficult times. Come along for a friendly chat and a cup of tea.
Read: Srs Anne O’Neill and Antoinette O’Callaghan share their experience of mission in Nigeria
We thank Presenter John Greene for the following advance information re this evening’s programme. (S.R.)
Prior to their Open Day on Saturday July 15th next, John Greene returns to Bandon Fire Station to re -join the crew on this week’s edition of Where the road takes me.
In the concluding programme we look back at some of the major fires that the station fought down through the years.
The fire at Phelan’s paint shop on South Main Street in 1948 almost resulted in loss of life.
One of the town’s landmarks – The Mill was destroyed by fire in 1968, and there was also the fire at the cinema a number of years later,.
However, the fire at Flor Griffin’s Warehouse is regarded as being the worst and most dangerous fire, as emergency services considered evacuating the town. [read more …] “Where The Road Takes Me – On Air from 7pm on C103”