Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
There was a great attendance at the Community Council meeting on Tuesday night. The extension and refurbishment of our Youth Complex came up for discussion but as there was no reply from the Architect there was no new development.
A sub-committee has been formed by the council to take over the staging of a family Fun Day at the end of July, and some funding was allotted to them to help get the project off the ground.
Our Tidy Towns Committee are looking for your help right now as the planting season is in full swing. Contact Noreen Dennehy and Patricia Randals on 087 617 67 22 if you are available to help. Both men and women are needed. So please give them a ring and be ready to get stuck in and don’t leave it all to Girl Power. They have added some permanent planting to their program which will improve or simplify their work in future.
Following a break last week our Bowls Club will resume again at the Wallis Arms Hotel on tomorrow Wednesday from 10am to 1pm. Organised jointly by the Active Retired Group and the Men’s Shed. They invite everybody along but for Insurance reasons only those who are members of bowling clubs can play. This problem can be overcome very easily by becoming a member. So do drop in and see if a game of Bowls is the hobby for you.
Six little boys had it all to themselves in Cullen on Saturday. There were just the six of the them for First Holy Communion and we wish them God’s Blessings in the years ahead.
A table quiz at McCarthy’s Bar this coming Friday Evening May 24th at 8.30 which is in aid of Pieta House Everyone Welcome.
The contact for the new Carriganima Childcare centre is Carmel 083 857 1714.
Book you seat now for the Bus going to Knock Shrine on June 1st for the All Ireland Rosary Rally. Bus leaving the Square in Millstreet at 6.30am and Banteer at 7. For details contact Cait Ring 086 873 66 14 or Peggy O Shea 029 70206.
As part of Feile na Bealtaine, the Aubane Social Club will hold a walk on Sunday next May 26th to celebrate the 271st anniversary of the Butter rd. Starting from the Kerryman’s Table at 2pm. All welcome.
Millstreet Juvenile Gaa table quiz is taking place in the Gaa hall Friday night next 24th of May at 7pm
Last week we celebrated the 26th anniversary of our hosting of the EuroVision Song Contest in Millstreet, in 1993.
The next Equestrian Event at the Green Glens will be on June 15/16th.
Every good wish to all those who are preparing for exams at the moment . I hope that the scary newspaper headlines don’t discourage them, with dooms day remarks .
The best is all that anyone can do. So good luck.
Afternoon Tea plus a Concert and Plant & Flower sale is all happening at Cuan Mhuire, Farnanes on this Thursday, May 23. from 2-5.Please support this wonderful facility.
Our weekly lotto Draw took a different turn on Sunday Night. It was held at Tarrant’s Bar and the Committee had the pleasure of presenting the cheque of the last Jackpot ,which amounted to €13,000, to the Co-winners Mairead Tarrant and Tim Healy and Mairead was also winner of the sellers prize of €1.300. It also marked the occasion when the Tarrant Family were about to hand over the business to its new owner Humphrey Healy. It was a joyous event and Cameramen Sean Radley and John Tarrant made sure it was well recorded on film. In closing Co-Chairman Noel Buckley thanked the Tarrant Family for their many years of service to our community ,and went on to wish the new owner Humphrey Healy every success with his new business.
The weekly draw was then held, numbers drawn were 5,9.23,25 and the Jackpot was not won. €100 went to Ellen, Nana, Grandad, Minor Row. The seller was Pat Randals, and she got €50 sellers prize, €50 went to Ann Marie O Mahony, Incheleigh. Patrick Cronin, Liscahane, Dan Joe Murphy, Knocknakilla, Jerry and Fionn, Old Coach Rd, Bernard Crowley, Aubane, Conor and Amy, Toronto, John O Callaghan. Kilcorney.
Fionn , Sorlaith and Realta Corkery, Coomlogane, Georgina Serreli,Millstreet, Jackpot for next week, €2,600 the draw at the Bush Bar on Sunday night.
The Holy Rosary is said at Tubrid Well every evening at 7, and the annual Mass will be said there on Friday May 31.
Please continue to enjoy the lovely weather and help others to enjoy it too.
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