Tonight on “Radio Treasures” our 10pm Interview is with Patrick W., Valerie and Bobby fromn USA. All this and much more tonight on Cork Music Station . Also in tonight’s “Radio Treasures” we include musings, music and songs galore. We remember our Faithful Departed. And we chat about such a variety of topics as illustrated below – Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Volunteer with your local Credit Union
At the heart of every credit union is its volunteers. The Board of Directors of every credit union is drawn from members who have the skills and knowledge to lead and manage the long-term success of the credit union.
Mallow Credit Union now has 8 branches open across their Common Bond area, with 2 in Mallow (Main Street & Ballydaheen), Millstreet, Buttevant, Doneraile, Charleville, Dromcollogher and Broadford. There are a number of voluntary positions open on their Board of Directors, the Oversight Committee & Planning & Development Committee and they would like to invite members of the community to apply. These committees provide experience, learning and an active role within the credit union.
Mallow Credit Union relies on the enthusiasm and commitment of volunteers who give their time freely to develop and enhance the services of their credit union.
In return for volunteering, credit union volunteers are afforded the opportunity to;
- Become responsible for directing the affairs of a local business
- Gain new skills and experience with a professional financial services provider
- Enhance personal development through targeted training programmes
- Increase career prospects by adding a valuable achievement to CVs
- Meet like-minded people from the community
- Know that they have helped the continued development of a professional service which benefits the entire community.
Finance, information technology, management and communications skills are particularly welcome. However, any ability to make a contribution is appreciated. There are policies and training in place to support volunteers in their roles.
If volunteering with Mallow Credit Union sounds like something you might be interested in learning more about please call into your local branch or email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
The Autumn chill is in the air but as we escaped the ravages of the hurricane, we can easily put on extra clothes to keep warm. Some people complained about the media saying that they over did the prediction of what was to come but it was some record that not one life was lost by the monster wind. It’s comforting to know that we have such a broad based array of advisory bodies to warn us in such detail of impending forces of Nature. And we can only say a heartfelt word of thanks to all those who showed such an interest in our welfare.
Fire Safety Week starts on this Friday October 11th and members of our local Brigade will be at our shops in the town to meet the public and chat with them about their work. It will give us all the chance to meet the people who are on call at all times in case of fire outbreaks or other disasters. So please take advantage of this rare opportunity.
Many congratulations to Linda McAuliffe, daughter of Patsy and Angela who was among the students of Kerry ETB Radio, Broadcasting and Digital Journalism Course who won Gold and Bronze featuring the Sounds and Soundscapes of Kerry, entitled Clauis Ciarraí, Millstreet.
An important meeting of the Community Council will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel tonight,starting at 8.30. All members please attend.
Our Tidy Towns Committee want to thank all those who helped them to gain six more points in this years National Event and they are asking everybody to row in behind them in their effort to win silver next time round. The time to start preparing is now. So please their goal, your goal for 2020.
A date for your diary – a mock wedding will take place in the Bush Bar on Saturday the 19th October at 8 pm in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). Invitations €10 Music by the Kelts, a good night assured.
37th National Dairy Show
Saturday 19th October 2019
Green Glens Arena – Millstreet – Co. Cork
The 37th National Dairy Show to take place in Green Glens Arena, Millstreet on Saturday 19th October
As autumn beckons thoughts turn to the last agricultural show of the year, the National Dairy Show, which takes place on Saturday 19th October in the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet.
The fun, family, farming day out offers something for everyone and has steadily grown into Ireland’s premier indoor agricultural event. The Show always offers a wide range of attractions and this year is no different with an extended Trade Stand area with over 150 trade exhibits, marketing agricultural based products and equipment.
A new addition to the Show this year are the informative, bite-size seminars from leading companies in the agricultural industry offering further advice and insight to help farmers in their day to day business, so make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to meet and discuss with suppliers of a wide range of products from the latest in milking technology to animal nutrition, veterinary products, detergents, animal dosing, AI companies and leading financial institutions to name but a few.