Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report number 981 from Millstreet. Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this lovely calm seasonal Tuesday morning.
Please be reminded, that all notes for Clara News are due in to the Editor by this Friday October 2nd. Next issue will be in the shops on October 18th.
Million congratulations to the Cork Ladies Football team, and all connected with them, on making it a five–in-a-row on Sunday in Croke Park. It was such an exciting match, and could go either way up to the closing minutes. But the then the hunger of the Corkonians came to the fore, they were blind to everything except the goal-mouth, and sealed their victory at the last minute. And to think that only two weeks ago this bunch of beautiful young women, also won the All-Ireland camogie final at the same venue. I hope they get the recognition, and the esteem that they deserve. Congratulations to them again. They did us proud and we are justly Proud of them.
Here are the results of this weeks parish Lotto Draw which was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Sunday night .
Numbers drawn were 3, 9, 25, 31 and the Jackpot was not won. €100 went to Teresa Kelleher, Station Road, The Seller was Mary O Connor and she got €50 sellers prize, €50 went to Joe and Donal c/o Corkerys Bar. €20 each to Noreen Corkery ,of Corkerys Bar, Pat O Connor, Woodland Drive, Edna O Mahony, Flintfield. Con O’Connor, Rathrue, Derry Kelleher, Clashloura, Derry Reen, Listowel. Paddy Roche, Drishane Rd. and Mary Dineen, Clonbanin. Jackpot for next week €14,200 the draw at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night.
Tomorrow, the last day of September, is the feast of St. St Teresa of the Child Jesus, and Mass will be celebrated in the Church of the Little Flower at Drishane Castle. Starting at 8 pm. All are welcome and light refreshments will be served afterwards.
The Knocknagree Cancer Committee have launched a monster Draw in aid of Marymount Hospice to take place at a Gala Dance at the Glen Eagle Hotel on Monday November 30th. Tickets are on sale over a very wide area and the agent here in Millstreet is Mary FitzGerald.
Still with Mary, the proceeds of her recent coffee Morning in aid of Marymount amounted to €1,910 , which includes two donations of €500 each. A million thanks to all who supported her efforts for this very worthy cause.
New Childrens Book Club starting at our local library on this Saturday October 3rd. It’s for 10 to 12 year olds and will be led by Mrs Kathleen Moynihan. They will meet once a month in the Library and talk about books.
It starts this Saturday at 12 noon.
Those interested can call, or ring in their names to 029 21920.
At IRD Duhallow their Fetac Level 4, Pathways to Employment Program starts this Thursday October 1st at Boherbue Training Centre, and will continue on Mondays and Thursdays from 10am to 4. For full details contact Mary at 60633.
The AGM of Millstreet Parents Association of our National Schools will be held at the Youth Centre on this Thursday Night October 1st. Starting at 8.30 .
And further to that their church Gate Collection will be held on this coming weekend. Please support them well.
Fr Declan O Connor will celebrate Mass at our Community School tonight, to welcome 1st year students and their families to the School. Starts at 8pm.
The 7.30 Vigil Mass in Cullen this Sat night will be a Harvest Thanksgiving Mass. Organised by the Special Needs Association and the Children of Cullen School.
Munster Open Vocations Day will be held at Pallottine College in Thurles this Sunday October 4th, from 2 to 5. Email <email>.
A note from the well known Traditional entertainer, Tim Browne to say that he will launch a double CD at Bobs Bar in Kanturk on October 10th, with a full range of supporting musicians on the night.
A book launch coming up in Aubane on Sunday October 25th. Its by Fr Sean Tucker entitled The Famed Hill of Clara.
Set Dancing at Aubane every Monday night at 9.15.
Set dancing lessons will begin at the same venue on Tuesday October 6th
Set Dancing at Ballydaly on Wednesday nights, and will include will lessons for beginners.
Millstreet Juvenile GAA Club are hosting their Annual Perpetual Cup Competitions on Sunday 4th of October at 11.30am in the Town Park Millstreet. These are held in memory of the late Alan O’Connor, Tommy O’Connor and Connie Kelleher. The games are for under 8 and 10’s in football and under 12’s in hurling. The teams will be led in a parade by Millsteet Pipe Band before throw in. Presentations to the winning captains will be made by members of the O’Connor and Kelleher families. These games are always keenly contested and provide good entertainment, so we look forward to seeing you there.
Pitch ‘n Putt. Captains Prize on Sat at 2pm, open to people of all ages. 1st ‘n 2nd gross prizes up for grabs. .
Banteer Bingo tonight. Jackpot €5,300.
Bingo in Millstreet every Thursday night.
The year is moving on and the Autumn Colours are brightening up the scene, no place better to see them than at our lovely Country Park. And it’s staying open this year till Nov 1st. Following that they will have Christmas Festivities. More about that later.
LTV2 is about to start up again for the new season. This week we are putting on a repeat program just to enable viewers to adjust their sets. They will be screened on Thursday night at ten and repeated on Sunday night at 8. New programmes will appear each week after that at the same times and will be available on VHF Channel 4 and on UHF Channel 50.
Voting on the Lisbon Treaty will be all over by the time we meet again. Please take your decision seriously, our future depends on it.
Millstreet Lotto Jackpot, €14,200 ,the draw at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night.
Agus sinn abfuil a Cairde, Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.