Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a Cairde and welcome to News Report 1194 from Millstreet. Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this cold and seasonal Tuesday morning.
It’s a sad one in Millstreet as we mourn the untimely passing of Sheila Sherlock. That angelic lady who worked tirelessly for all those around her. Our sincere sympathy goes out to her daughters Anita and Catherine, her son Derry and her sister,Mary Dennehy, her employer Michael Moynighan TD, all the personel at her beloved Glen Theatre, our St.Vincent de Paul, and all the countless groups and committees that she was part of. May her gentle soul rest in Peace. May she now reap the reward in Heaven, for which she toiled.
The Mass in our Church on Thursday last in honour of Nano Nagle was beautiful. Great crowds turned out to pay homage to her. The Children from our National Schools attended and their beautiful singing and music filled the air.
On Saturday night the Vigil Mass was said for all those people of the parish who passed away in 2013. The Parish Choir attended and a great crowd came to take part.
The month of December is on our doorstep, the weather is right and people everywhere are talking about Christmas. Groups and committees are busy preparing for Sales of work, Craft Fairs and Bazaars. Many of which are fundraisers for good causes. Please keep up with the list in case you’d miss something important.
The Millstreet Two-day Christmas Market is on 30th November and 1st December with lots of new stands this year including baking, decorations, knitting, presents, a nail bar and other arts and crafts as well as the tea room, Christmas portraits from €15.
And we have great pleasure in telling you that the community council have designed your 2014 Calendar, comprising of pictures and accounts, of all the main features that were held here in Millstreet right throughout the Gathering year, 2013.
Also it will include many items of interest such as important phone numbers and other contacts that will be very useful in 2014. An ideal Christmas gift. And the good news is that it will be on sale at our Christmas Market on next Saturday and Sunday, which will be on each day from 12noon to 5pm. in the comfort of our GAA Hall.
Our brand new Astro Turf pitch will be Officially opened by Minister Jimmy Deenehan and Maura Walsh of IRD Duhallow on This Friday November 29th at 1pm and all are welcome. Teams or Groups wishing to book an appointment at the Astro Turf Pitch contact Mairead at 087 33 61 666.
Our dedicated group in charge of the Christmas lights are working hard to put the new improvements in our town to the best advantage. Already the lovely Christmas Tree is standing proud and tall in the Town square. And this evening they’re putting up the lights.They are looking for your help. There is an urgent appeal to anyone who would be willing to come along and help. To meet at the monument at 6 o clock. Give Nicola a ring at 087 901 9001,if you want to know more
IRD Duhallow Working Group is organising a Multi-Cultural Christmas Community Day at three venues.
On Monday Dec 2nd at Teach Iosagain in Rathmore.
At the Trade Union Hall Kanturk on Wednesday Dec. 4th.
And at the GAA/Community Hall Millstreet on Monday December 9th .
All these events will run from 6 to 7.30 PM at each venue . And All are welcome.
Contact IRD Duhallow anytime about Bereavement, Suicide, Depression. Domestic Violence involving either men or women. And many other things. Their Number as always 029 60633.
Banteer Ploughing Match is on next Sunday December 1st. contact number 087 92608 52.
A note from John Joe Herlihy who runs a weekly Dance at Darby ‘O Gills,to say that he is offering a free dance to his patrons this Saturday November 30th . from 10 – 12. Music by Mike Condon and all are welcome .
45Drive in aid of Millstreet Hospital December 8th at the Green Glens starting at 8.45.
Millstreet Parent Association Church Gate collection will be held this weekend .
Please shop at home this year. Our shops are full of lovely gift ideas at prices to suit all purses. And in these times of want practical gifts of heating oil, coal, or any type of firing and petrol vouchers, would be welcome.
Program 3 of the current Season of LTV2 is on its way to you on Thursday night at 10. To help you tune your set go to Channel 30 in rural areas and Channel 35 in town. Or Analog UHF.Macroon LTV is on Wednesday night and all the repeats starting with Mass on Sunday evenings at 5pm.
The pub in Carrig is three years in business this weekend and they mark the occasion by having the Big Shave as part of the National Movember Drive in aid of Cancer. Music is by Back on Track and the theme of the Night is The Wild West.
Santa Claus will arrive in Carriginma on December 15th at 3 pm and will arrive in a Rally Car. Santa in Aubane also on December 15th.
Here are the results of this week’s parish lotto draw which was held at the Bush Bar on Sunday night. Numbers Drawn were
16, 17,28,30 and the Jackpot was not won.
€100 went to Patsy Mac. He was also the seller and got €50 sellers prize. €50 Anna Bola Altamount. €20 each to John B Sheehan,Clover Hill. Kate Dennehy Dromaghue, Finbar Hickey Shanaknuck, Greta O Sullivan, Tommy & Nigel c/o the Wallis Arms Hotel. Peg O Keeffe, Drishane Rd. Gearoid Fiddes, c/o Tommy and Gordan Carroll Liscarroll.
Jackpot for next week €6,000 the draw at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night.
Agus sinn a bfuil a Cairde,For C103,This is Eily Buckley saying many thanks for listening, agus Slan is beannacht De libh go leir.