Seán Radley – Celebration Night

A Celebration Night in honour of Seán Radley in the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet on Saturday, February 19th 2011 at 7.30 p.m. Light Refreshments. Musical Entertainment and Bar Facilities.
Tickets at €10 are available in shops and public houses in Millstreet as well as from any member of the organising committee.

Contact: Derry Morley, Chairman, Organising Committee

Also from Eily Buckley’s Regional Report (11th Jan):

… further to that we are planning a wonderful retirement, from teaching, event in his honour at the Green Glens on Saturday February 19th. Over the years Sean has helped countless numbers of people in countless of different ways ,and now we are asking for your help to make a presentation to him that is fitting for the great man that he is. Derry Morley is chairman, Joan O’Mahony Secretary or Contact me at 086 316 32 85, or Email me at <email> An account is also opened at our Credit Union  Account Number 3508F,  or donations can be posted to Millstreet Credit Union, Corner House Millstreet. Tickets will also be on sale over a wide area.

4 thoughts on “Seán Radley – Celebration Night”

  1. Wish we could leave snowy Connecticut across the sea and join in the fete of our favorite Millstreet historian! Christine, Peter & Devlin

  2. Thank you, Christine, Peter & Devlin …. Hopefully we shall meet very soon again. And Spring will follow your present snow as we have learned very much in Ireland this year!

  3. Wishing you happy times ahead.Have we reached the age of reason yet? We share the same birthday as does Connie Hartnett and Jimmy (Cooley) O sullivan and i think Anthony Forde. Why i remember that i dont know.Anyway enjoy the celebrations you truely deserve it .Joanie

  4. Hi Joanie …. So delighted to hear from you…especially another former Minor Row native. Yes indeed, such treasured memories we have of our school days. It was such a privilege being in the very same Class as your good self. And, yes … further Classmates sharing the same birthday year also include Tommy Radley, Daniel Martin Dennehy, John Coleman and Kevin Lucey as well as others, I’m sure. In time we shall be able to share highlights hopefully of the forthcoming celebratory occasion.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.