Cheque Presentation Towards the Christmas Lights

Wednesday night (13th December) the Millstreet Community Council presented a cheque contributing towards the cost for the Millstreet Christmas Lights Committee. Held in the Wallis Arms and photographed by Justin Black, Justborn Photography, Millstreet

Duhallow Today Competition Draw

Duhallow Today’s December 2017 winners have been drawn. Thank you for the great response we received. The winners will be published in our January 2018 edition so look out for your copy on the 2nd January.
Many thanks to Mary Coleman (from Colemans Centra, Millstreet) who was kind enough to help us with drawing the winners. She’s seen here with Niall and Justin from Duhallow Today.
The winners received some excellent prizes, for the Kids Corner colouring page we gave away a €40 hamper sponsored by Colemans Centra Millstreet…
and for the Christmas quiz the winner received a gift hamper worth €70.00 which was kindly sponsored by Herliy’s Centra Millstreet.
Look out for and enter our upcoming competitions for a chance to win great prizes.

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Award for Annmarie

Popular singer Annmarie O’Riordan from Rathcoole obtained top marks in her specialism and received the Award for Excellence in Theology and Religious Education at the Annual Mary Immaculate College Award Ceremony in Limerick.  This was Annmarie’s specialist area while completing the Bachelor of Education Degree Programme. The prestigious award was presented to Annmarie  by Professor Eamonn Conway (Head of Theology Department, Mary Immaculate College) and Dr. Patricia Kieran (Religious Education Lecturer, Mary Immaculate College).

The Final Presentation from Dromtarriffe Cope after 48 Years

The final presentation from Dromtarriffe Cope fundraisers. A group of local ladies has been fundraising for Cope foundation for the last 48 years and have finally called it a day, with no one to take over the mammoth task the ladies made their final presentation to Joanne Higgins fundraising director for the Cope foundation,well done ladies. – with thanks to John Mullane for this post