A Pair of Lady’s Glasses was found on Saturday (31st Oct. 2020) in “Wordsworth” at The Square, Millstreet. Contact “Wordsworth” at 029 70154. We thank Niamh for the notice. (S.R.)
Don’t forget to submit your photographs for the Millstreet Calendar 2021
Millstreet Community Council Ltd is delighted with the response for photographs to be considered for the Millstreet 2021 Calendar.
You still have time to submit your favourite photo/photographs! Have you got a photograph reflecting 2020? Have you got photographs of the landscape or buildings in the Millstreet Parish? If you have, we would love to consider them for the 2021 Calendar. (The photographs must be of a high resolution, photos from most mobile phones are acceptable).
If you would like to submit your work, please email your photograph/photographs with your name & the title of your photograph to <email> before Friday November 6th 2020.
The calendars will be printed & made available to purchase locally from early December. The proceeds will stay within the community. (Details to be confirmed)
[Thanks to everyone who have submitted their work so far!]
Please support both Gerry Sparrow & Alan Dunne of Herlihys Centra Millstreet as they take part in the “Musgrave Triathlon: That’s Not A Triathlon!”
Over the month of November, they will both complete over 150km between them by either walking, running, swimming or cycling! All proceeds will go to Breakthrough Cancer Research.
“We are totally committed to raising substantial funds this year for Breakthrough Cancer Research and would really value your support.”
Donation buckets are located at the till, or you can ask either participant for details of the GoFundMe page.
We both thank you in advance for your support!
St John’s GAA Club is raising funds and awareness this Movember for all the dads, brothers, sons and mates in our lives. Some of the dedicated Participants are photographed below and they will be growing a beard or a moustache during the month of November 2020. They need your help. Please donate to support men’s health. The link to Donate to this Movember 2020 Project is HERE. We thank Jimmy Murphy of Carriganima for alerting us to the praiseworthy annual Project. (S.R.)
late of San Francisco, USA and Curraraigue, Banteer.
“Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower,
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.”
(Dearly loved and sadly missed by her nieces Margaret, Brigid, Breda and Noreen, her nephews Liam and John, grand nieces and grand nephews).
Rest in peace