Sincere congratulations to Millstreet Community School for having no less than an amazing Six Projects accepted in the upcoming BT Young Scientist Exhibition at Dublin’s RDS in early January 2019. As has been the impressive practice over the years of Millstreet Community Council to support the participating Students in this prestigious event a cheque of €500.00 was presented this morning (Wednesday, 12th Dec. 2018) at the School. Here we share a series of images from the uplifting occasion. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Can anyone help with this request?
Hi there all,
My child is in Millstreet National School. I wanted to know if anyone has a snowman costume to borrow for a day (next Wednesday the 19th)? Age 7-8 years, or if anyone is selling I would gladly pay.
Please advise me, thanks, Khuram.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
The year flies by and then when December comes it feels as long as the whole of the past year put together for little children checking the special calendar, where they open a door every day and wish the days would go a lot faster. Very often its a way for the parents too to check on the passage of time, but unlike the little ones their days go too fast as they try to remain abreast of all that has to be done before Santa comes.
The turning on of our Christmas lights in the town square on Friday night was a wonderful occasion. The design was in total contrast to that of former years. The plain white snowdrop decorations, coupled with the delicate blue lights on the street trees, worked very well. The blustery weather calmed down just on time for the Pipe Band to do their part and the Community Singers gave recitals both at the opening and the closing of the ceremony. A very large crowd braved the cold to bring out the children and there was a real carnival atmosphere with people from many lands joining the fun as well as Santa Claus.
Beloved husband of Angela (nee McCarthy), loving father of Paul and Alan and much loved grand-dad of Zoey, Emma and Fitz-Maurice. Very sadly missed and dearly loved by his family, daughters-in-law Cathy and Eileen, sisters Maura and Siobhán, brother-in-law Noel Murphy, niece Joanne, nephews Timothy and Liam and the Fleming family, relatives, neighbours and many great friends. May He Rest In Peace.
Reposing at O’Shea’s Funeral Home, Cathedral Place, Killarney on Wednesday evening from 4.00 pm to 6.30 pm, followed by Removal to the Church Of Christ, Prince Of Peace, Fossa, Killarney. Requiem Mass on Thursday morning at 11.00am, burial afterwards in Aghadoe Cemetery, Killarney.
Maurice was born at West End, Millstreet, at the current home of Cllr. Marie Murphy. [read more …] “Death Notice: Maurice Nagle, Aghadoe”
Millstreet GAA would like to
thank everyone that supported
the Race Night Fundraiser. It
was a great success! The
support is greatly