“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features Declan Ryan Interview

On this Tuesday – 27th Feb. 2024 … preceded by “Jimmy Reidy & Friends” with a wonderful programme (no. 85) from the  splendid Archival Series where the focus is on A Variety of Entertainers  at 8pm (the repeat of which one may hear after the Maureen Henry Show on Sunday night at 11pm) we invite you to also tune into “Radio Treasures” this Tuesday from 9.15 to 11.30pm on Cork Music Station.  Tonight we feature Part One of a Fascinating Interview with Declan Ryan regarding his dedicated service to the National Ambulance Service of Ireland at 10.00pm.   (Part Two next Tuesday at 10pm).   We hear about the recent Cat Rescue!  A special call out at 9.30pm to a group of inspiring Nurses who climbed Clara Mountain on Sunday.  Lots more of our regular items also.   Feel very welcome to contact the live programme by emailing corkmusicstation @gmail.com or texting 086 825 0074 – One may also WhatsApp that number.   Tap on the images below to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Declan Ryan pictured at Millstreet Museum during his recent Radio Interview.  Part 1 of Declan’s hugely interesting Interview will be broadcast tonight at 10pm on www.corkmusicstation.com .

Tractor Run in aid of Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club took place on Sunday 25th Feb. 2024.
MCS Transition Year Debs Ball took place on Friday, 23rd Feb. 2024.

Wonderful success for Millstreet Presentation N.S. at Cork’s Feis Maitiú 2024.

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Eily’s Report – 27th February

Dia is mhuire díobh go léir a cáirde and welcome to my Report.

Aaah Monday and the sun shining, what a brilliant start to the week. We don’t see the sun very often these days and the thing to do when we do, is to get out into it. Leave everything else till later and get out into the wonderful out-of –doors. Though it’s not fit for basking in it, there are still plenty of ways to make a meal of it. A stroll around the garden is always a good thing and following at the wind and rain there are lots of things to be picked up, even found in places beyond your imagination after the tornado-strong gales. How wonderful it is to see the tiny buds breaking through on the shrubs, while the daffodils wave in the breeze.   Some camelias flower very early, mine are just about getting on with it now and oh how welcome they are just to stand and admire them in the warm sun. A gift from God. Make  the most of every fine hour.

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Patricia Expresses Thanks and Remembers Bridget

We recently received the following from Patricia Guerin:   “Patricia Guerin would like to thank all those who have helped her out with her appointments during the year.   Mass has been offered for your intentions.   I thank you most sincerely….Patricia”

Patricia also remembers the late Bridget King who certainly enriched all our lives.  Patricia writes as follows:  “In loving memory of a dear Friend – Bridget King – I knew Bridget for a long time.  She had a very interesting life.  She travelled a lot.   She took great interest in people and in her very many Friends.   She appreciated everything that was done for her.  We had a great chat before Christmas and she thoroughly enjoyed talking especially to those from the Millstreet area.   She will be sadly missed by her Family and many Friends.  May Bridget rest in peace.  Patricia Guerin.”