Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1251 from Millstreet. Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this lovely seasonal Tuesday morning.
A Gala Family celebration was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Saturday night January 23rd, in Honour of Dr. Pat Casey. For the past 50 years Dr. Pat has been our devoted and dedicated medic, aided in no small way by his lovely wife Nora. As a single man when he came first, he set up his surgery at the Wallis Arms and by sheer coincidence he treated his first patient there on January 23rd fifty years ago. On behalf of our Community I want to congratulate Dr. Pat and Nora, on their wonderful achievement, Say a sincere word of thanks for their great care over all those years. And wish them many many years of health and happiness in the future.
The AGM of our town park was held recently, and as always the committee are set to add even further improvments and new features to this great facility. Work is already in progress at installing the open air GYM , and people of all ages can trim up in the out of doors while out for their walk.
At the monthly meeting of the Community Council which was held last week it was decided to hold their Awards Social on March 6th. There will be six categories and people are invited to nominate people whom they consider to be worthy of a Community Award. Names can be given to Secretary Maura Kiely or to any council member.
A further meeting of the Community Council will be held to-night to continue with plans for the Awards Social.
Again at the monthly meeting the improvments to our Youth Centre were discussed. And thanks to part funding from the Parish lotto, and a grant from the County Council, these include installing solar heating in the building. A contractor has already been appointed, and work is to begin right away. Upgrading of the indoor gym equipment is also on the cards, plus many more improvments.
An outdoor clock is to be put on the Astro Turf pitch.
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Among other things,on this program ,thanks to Sean Murphy, A safety device to warn farmers of the dangers of slurry fumes will be shown .
The people of Carriganima have plans to provide their own local rural transport. They intend to put a on a bus to take their people to places where no other transport can be had.
It will require lots of money and to kick-start the venture a Super Coffee morning will be held at the Pub on Saturday Jan. 31st from 10.30 am to 2.30 pm .Please give them your best support .
Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at Tarrants Bar on Sunday night .
Numbers drawn were 2, 16, 24, 30 and the jackpot was not won. €100 went to Pauline Murphy Clara. The seller was John Murphy and he got €50 sellers prize. €50 went to B B White Ballydaly. €20 each to Sean Pigot Gurrane, Tadgy O Connor, Banteer, Anna Hartnett, Clara Rd, Sheila O Connor Killarney Rd. Oran Kiely, Station Rd. Marie & John c/o Colemans, Kieran Murphy, Kilmeedy, and Mary O Shea Cockhill.
Jackpot for next week €17,400 the draw at the Bush Bar on Sunday Night.
The AGM of the parish Lotto will be held at the end of February.
The AGM of our Athletic Club will be held at the GAA Hall on Friday January 30 at 8 pm and all are welcome.
The Annual Machinery show which was held at the Green Glens last week was an outstanding success and exibits were well up on other years.
Eucharistic Adoration in our Church every Tuesday & Wednesday from 10.30 am to 10.30 pm and in Cullen Church on Thursdays from 10am to 7pm. Please spend some time with the Lord.
Contact IRD Duhallow for details of Internet and Mobile technology Safety for Parents, and children information to be held in Newmarket on February 12th. at 7.30.
In Sport there were scenes of great celebrations at the Dromhall hotel on Saturday night for our GAA Victory Social. Look up our website for all the details by John Tarrant.
Agus Sinn a bfil a cairde .Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.