Community Council Meeting will be held tonight Sept. 19 at the Wallis Arms Hotel starting at 9 sharp.
A notice to say that the Millstreet Vintage Club are holding an Autumn Car Run on this coming Sunday Sept 24th . Sign in at the Aroma Café, Millstreet from 10.30 am. Take off is at 12 noon. The run will proceed along a nice route to the FARM in Grenagh and will stop for a tour and an optional Meal at the lovely Venue. All Vintage Cars & Classics Cars welcome.
For more information contact Luke Hurley 086 880 54 37 or Donie Lucey 086 854 58 73.
Millstreet Gramophone Circle Monthly Meeting at the Day Care Centre on this Friday Sept. 22. starting at 8.15pm. Presenter Maurice Linehan and All are welcome.
A great night is assured in Cullen on this Friday night Sept 22. to celebrate the 2017 local Comhaltas all Ireland Champions and the Cullen Pipe Band all Ireland & world champions. It will be a great night of Music, Storytelling plus singing & dancing, and it all starts at 8.
Still with Cullen, Traditional Music Class with Anne O Keeffe resumes in Cullen Community Centre tonight from 6pm. Contact 087 673 63 37.
Munster Pioneer Gathering will take place on October 1st in Woodlands House Hotel Adare .Registration at 10.30am. Tickets €30 Closing Date Sept 25th. Contact Sorcha 086 364 26 19. Jimmy 087977 3822. or Bridie, 087 903 90 66.
Here are the results of this week’s parish lotto draw which was held at the Bush Bar on Sunday night.
Numbers drawn were 6,10,28,29 and the Jackpot was not won. €100 went to Joe Roche, Coomlogane, The Seller was Mgt. Burke and she got €50 sellers prize. €50 went to Austin, Murphy,Rathmore, €20 each to El. icaro, The Bridge, The Millstreet Camogie Club. Denny Dupak & The False Prophet, Marie O’Riordan Carrigacooleen, Tommy Sheehan, Keim, Bernie Cahil. Rathmore, & The Cullen, GAA. Jackpot for next week €5,200 the draw at Corkerys Bar on Sunday night.
Many Congratulations to the young students who received their junior Cert Results recently. I have a little piece here,which is not my own but which reflects what a parent might say to a young son or daughter at
any crossroads in their life:
I gave you life, but I can’t live it for you.
I can teach you things, but I can’t make you learn.
I can give you direction ,but I can’t be there to lead you.
I can allow you freedom, But I can’t account for it.
I can take you to church ,but I cannot make you believe.
I can teach you right from wrong ,but I cannot always decide for you.
I can buy you beautiful clothes ,but I can’t make you beautiful inside,
I can offer you advise ,but I cannot accept it for you,
I can teach you to share ,but I cannot make you unselfish.
I can teach you respect but I cannot force you to honour.
I can advise you about friends, but I cannot choose them for you,
I can advise you about sex, but I cannot keep you pure.
I can tell you about the facts of life, but I cannot build your reputation.
I can tell you about drink ,but I can’t say ,No, for you.
I can warn you about drugs, but I cannot prevent you from using them,
I can tell you about lofty goals, but I cannot achieve them for you.
I can teach you about kindness, but I can’t force you to be gracious.
I can warn you about sins, but I cannot make your morals.
I can love you as a child, but I cannot place you in God’s Family,
I can pray for you ,but I cannot make you walk with God.
I can teach you about Jesus, but I cannot make Jesus your Lord,
I can tell you how to live, but I cannot give you Eternal Life. My Child.
Agus sinn a bhfuil a chairde, slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.