Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a Chairde and welcome.
The sunny days seem to make everything possible. And since they come so seldom we tend to lap them up. Work at silage is at fever pitch, by sunlight by day and lamplights at night. Please be extra vigiliant at this busy time and be on the look out for heavy increase in traffic, on all roads.
The final days of the Month of May are upon us but there are still a few things to be enjoyed on the wonderful IRD Duhallow Feile na Bealtaine list.
Gramophone Night ,hosted by the Millstreet Gramophone Club, was held on Friday, 25th May.
Freemount Gramaphone night at Cois Abhann at 8. Admission €5. Presenter Ann Madden.
Shrone Lake Walk, meeting at the Church at 6.30.
And tomorrow, May 31st. Cooking for one with Orlaith Tomkins Register at 02960633.
And so ends another Feile na Bealtaine carefully planned for us all as usual, by IRD Duhallow. Many thanks to all concerned.
A great crowd attended to open Day at our Community Hospital On Sunday. The bright sunny day made it all the more enjoyable. This local facility has to be seen to be believed, providing as it does a wide range of medical care for our elderly. The huge crowd made it difficult to see it all, so I must go again.
Following the 11.30 Mass on Sunday, the members of the Community Council, met with our Church Choir, where they presented a cheque from the proceeds of this years calendar to Jane Daly, choir mistress, on behalf of the Choir. Council Chairman Mr Noel Buckley spoke of the important part that choir takes at our church services, and hoped that this contribution would go some way to the defray their ongoing costs. In her reply Jane thanked the Community Council, saying the welcome gesture was a great boost in more ways than one.
A blood donor Clinic will visit Millstreet on June 5th. Please support it well.
At the Glen Theatre on June 5th they will stage the hilarious comedy, ‘It Runs in the Family.’ For details 029 56239.
A note from our Active Retired Group to say that due to the closure of Nibbles Cafe, their Thursday coffee meetings will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Thursdays from 11-12noon. All members welcome.
Please continue to support the weekly Eucharistc Adoration in Millstreet Church every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10.30 am to 10.30 pm. And in Cullen every Thursday from 10am to 7.
Confessions in Millstreet every Saturday from 12.30 to 1.
The number at the Parish Office for enquiries 02970043, Mobile 0877752948. Open every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, from 10am to 5pm closed for lunch 1-2.
Here are the results of this weeks lotto draw which was held at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were 4,7,8,15 and the Jackpot was not won.
€100 went to Tim O,Donovan, Mill View. The seller was the MalPasso Bar and they got €50 sellers prize, €50 went to Geraldine Goggin, Minor Row, €20 each to Dan Crowley,Minor Row, Denise Smyth, Tanyard Wood, Julia O Riordan, Killowen, Sheila O Callaghan c/o The Sandpit House.
Niamh Murphy, Boherbue,Mary O Mahony Park View , Ml. Healy Drishane View, and John Healy, Station Rd.
Jackpot for next week €5,200 the draw at the Bush Bar on Sunday Night
Pitch n Putt 3ball Scramble this evening at 6.30.
The annual May Mass at Tubrid well was blessed with fine weather on Friday evening and a fine crowd attended. The Mass was said by Canon John assisted by Fr, Sean Tucker, and PA, provided as always by John A O’Sullivan.
Annual Mass at Rathcoole Grotto Thursday night, May 31st at 7.30.
Corpus Christi Procession will be held after the 11.30 Mass on Sunday next, Benediction will be held in the Square. This years First Holy Communion Children will attend. Also the Choir and Pipe Band. Please attend it well.
Dates for you diary.
- Mass in St, Mary’s Cemetery Fri. June 1st 8pm
- In Drishane Tuesday June 12th 8pm
- St, Johns Well, Monday June25th, 8pm
- Cullen Cemetery Thursday June 28th, at 7.30.
Please help our Tidy Towns Group, Do your bit to keep Millstreet Clean and looking well.
Get out and enjoy the fine weather and help others to do so too.
Agus sinn a bhfuil a chairde, Slán is beannacht Dé libh go léir.