‘Childminder wanted to mind 2 children in their own home in Millstreet.
Position is full time Monday to Friday.
For more information please contact 087-2894290.’
INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
MILLSTREET 2-9 KINSALE 0-8 (result)
3pm Sunday 12th August
Well done to everyone involved. Meeting Kilnamatra or Glanworth in the quarter-final.
We thank Presenter, John Greene for advance information regarding this evening’s feature on C103 at 7pm. (S.R.)
This week on ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene looks into the life and times of one of Ireland’s last street singers. Gail McMenamen talks about her brother Basil Morahan who was known throughout the country as ‘Dan the Street Singer’. A schoolteacher by trade, Basil’s attempts to keep the street singing tradition alive often embarrassed his family by dressing as a tramp. But the multi-talented Mayo man was in constant demand to sing and play in all parts of the country. And….
In Ballydehob we reminisce on two local
sisters who ran a famous hostelry in the village, where everybody regardless of social standing was treated the same. Nell and Julia Levis are still fondly remembered by all who knew them. [read more …] “Ballydehob and Mayo Themes on “Where the Road Takes Me” This Evening at 7 on C103″
Friday, 10th August 2018 marked the historic 50th Anniversary Celebrations of Millstreet Parish Credit Union. The magnificent occasion began with the celebration of Mass by Fr. Paddy O’Byrne in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet with the participation of many Credit Union Committee Members in the special liturgy enhanced by Millstreet Parish Choir. Dermot Kiely with Ted Kiely then unveiled a very impressive plaque at the Credit Union H.Q. in The Square. Then followed a most enjoyable evening of refreshments, speeches, a special Draw and lots of memories evoked in the Wallis Arms Hotel. We extend sincere congratulations to All who have given so generously of their time, talents and dedication over the past decades where friendliness, support and sound advice have been hallmarks of our very own Millstreet Parish Credit Union. Every success in the years ahead and long may the spirit of Nora Herlihy continue in true evidence. Here we share images from the wonderful occasion on Friday night. (And some more pictures to follow later.) Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)