Day: March 4, 2020
Experienced Reliable Childminder Required
Experienced, reliable Childminder required to look after two children aged 6 and 1 in their own home or mine. Non smoker. Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm starting in July. Contact 0857145712.
The Maiden Aunt
The Glen Theatre Drama Group Banteer presents a hilarious comedy The Maiden Aunt, written by Jimmy Keary, directed by Tadhg O Keeffe and Jane Pigott on Thursday 5th Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th at 8.30om. Booking is advisable 029-56239 & 087 7558752. Only limited places on Sat & Sun night.
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Playground Donation Thank You
Millstreet Town Park Committee wish to thank Agnieszka Jurczyk of Savannah Beauty Studio for her very generous donation to the Playground Project. It is great to have another local business support our Town Park on this project, thank you Agnieszka. Please continue to support our local entities as they give back and help us improve the fantastic amenities in our popular Park. We are still accepting donations to make us debt free and we would be delighted to receive any and all amounts.
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Julia Sheila Becker (1927-2020)
On the second of March, we lost one of the most impactful people you ever met. Once a maid, working her way to the title of “Doctor,” Sheila Becker was a strong, driven, empowering woman. Most of all, she was a character.
Dr. Julia “Sheila” Becker, née O’Sullivan passed away on March 2, 2020, age 92 years and 8 months.
Born in Claraghatlea, Millstreet, County Cork, Ireland on June 28, 1927, Sheila was raised in a large Irish family with 16 siblings. Having no running water or electricity, Sheila often said she grew up on fresh air.
Sheila became a nanny and midwife in London, helping deliver hundreds of babies. Her ticket to America in 1955 came at the age of 28, due to the nursing shortage. Sheila was a Registered Nurse and her trip to America was the opportunity of a life time.
As for many immigrants, her arrival to America brought the opportunity for a better life. Sheila continued her education, receiving her Masters in Social Work and culminating in her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Center for Humanistic Studies, at the age of 67. Over the years, Sheila counselled many individuals and families, helping them work through life’s conflicts and emotional distress. Her strength of character and strong religious beliefs made her a role model for many. [read more …] “Julia Sheila Becker (1927-2020)”