Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my report.
Last Friday was National Culture Day and here in Millstreet it received a reaction from almost every section of our community in some shape and form, and to cap it all there was a grand farewell ball held at the Wallis Arms Hotel in honour of our visitors from our Twin Town in Brittany Pommerit-Le-Vicompte. Well done to all those who put in the effort and gave us a wonderful night to remember.
And now we have some uplifting news coming on stream, not least among them the Air Ambulance Service to be centered at Rathcoole Airfield. And is due to be up and running within weeks rather than ‘at sometime in the future’.
There are plans to install a bowls rink at the GAA Hall and Kickboxing is starting at the same venue and we even have a Dog Walking Service for a mere €5 a walk, ready to take your call. Details are on the website.
The Community Council are holding an extra meeting tonight at the Wallis Arms to further the plans for the Bowls Rink. Starts at 8.30 and all interested people please attend.
Keep an eye out when shopping at SuperValu for their Smart Store Cooking. Aimed at giving you better value for your money, cutting down waste and keeping you fit and healthy.
Our thrift Shop in Minor Row is well worth a visit, very often they have brand new items on the rails. And its all for a very good cause. Proceeds go to our Day Care centre. Where they serve beautiful dinners every day as well as nursing care. They also provide Meals on Wheels, entertainment and a lot more. Please give them a ring at 02770926 for all their details.
45Drive at the same venue every Tuesday night, Starting tonight at the earlier time of 8.30. Proceeds again go to the Day Centre.
Today a group of our Community Singers will join the counterparts from Castlemagner for a coach tour of the East of Ireland staying in Carlow for four days. We wish them a happy break.
Our Knitting Group meet every Tuesday night at the Adult Learning Centre from 7-9 . They displayed their work at the ECentre on Culture Day and it was widely admired and lauded by all who came to see. New members welcome.
Contact Marie Twomey for details of all the activities at the Adult Learning Centre by way of night classes on a wide variety of subjects.
The onset of Autumn and the fine weather has brought a great increase in ther number of people engaged in walking. For those who are doing the Bearra Brefni Way, its important that they know where they can get their passport stamped. There are two places in our town one is at Herlihy’s Centra at the West End and the other at the Wallis Arms Hotel.
Here are the results of this weeks Lotto Draw which was held at the Mal Passo Bar on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were 17,24,27,29 and the Jackpot was not won. €100 went to Mary and Martina c/o Guys & Dolls Salon. The seller was Mary and she got €50 sellers Prize. €50 went to Lily Mae and Conor Healy Ballnagree. €20 each the Joey Wales, c/o the Mal Passo Bar, Margaret Creedon, Keim. Matthew Creedon ,c/o McCarhtys Bar, Millstreet GAA c/o Sheila Lane, JHS Collins, Kilcorney, Breda Kelleher c/o the Camogie Club. Clodagh and Peter Stanley Dromnahilla, Fr, Jack FitzGerald, Millstreet. Jackpot for next week € 8.800 the draw at McCarthys Bar on Sunday night.
Eucharistic Adoration in Millstreet Church every Tuesday and Wednesday and in Cullen every Thursday From 10am to 7pm. Please support the Eucharistic Adoration and pray the the Work of the Popes visit will continue to bear fruit.
Agus sinn a bhfuil a chairde, Slán is beannacht Dé libh go léir.