In Other News – 25th November 2019

You may have missed it on social media, but there were lots of other all sorts of everything happening this weekend, from rallying and other sports, to fundraising, literary, education, and more. Just scroll down to have a look:

Local cars in last weekend’s Rentokil Initial Killarney Historic Rally 2019:

Ag Science teacher in Millstreet Community School, Eileen Lyon, who is captain of Donoughmore Ladies Footballers, was interviewed before the all Ireland Final:

Donoughmore then won the match in extra time … here is Eileen lifting the trophy:

Millstreet Boys National School mentioned here in 2020 Summer Works grants scheme:

Dave was running from Malin to Mizen in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Friday he came from Bruff to Millstreet (67km). Saturday morning he left for Bantry (65km):

Some members of the Millstreet Creative Writing Group were at the end of year get together:

video: Helping Austalians in drought. Chris Murphy in the orange is from Banteer, and next to him is John Hickey from Newmarket:

Joanne O’Riordan’s latest podcast:

video: Latest news from Millstreet Community School

The Air Ambulance from Rathcoole is covering most of the country for a few weeks while other crews get necessary training:

The latest edition of Discover Duhallow is out and the Duggan family are on the front with their Duhallow Business awards:

Our Under 11s & 12s went karting over the weekend 🙂

Fr. James continues the lovely photos on his blog with the berries of a mountain ash tree:

There’s a lovely feature on Barry Duggan’s rally racing days on the Evening Echo [2]


Promoting positive mental health at Millstreet Community School

Lovely photos from a party at the Day Centre

Millstreet Community School celebrating Presentation Day:

There was a celebration at our recognition of learning ceremony with invited guest speaker John Lonergan, with 372 awards given, including Elaine, Ena, Eileen, and Jim who are shown in this photo:

Heavy rain lead to some flooding on the road to Macroom 🙁

The Nativity – first of the Christmas Lights up around Millstreet

Some of last year’s Creative Engagement Project was exhibited in the National Indoor Sports Arena on Tuesday.


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