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  1. Dear Millstreet,
    My mother Julia Haviland is celebrating her 100th birthday on November 4th 2012. She is of the first generation of Irish American..born in United States. She is so proud of her heritage..her two brothers Jeremiah and John O’Riordan were babies when their parents Batt and Maggie (Kelliher) O’Riordan came to United States from Millstreet, and left them with their Grandmother and Aunt. It would be thrilling for my mother and our family if my she could receive a birthday card from Millstreet. We would be happy to incur any expense that it would cost for the postage and card. We are excited as her daughters to celebrate her 100th birthday and plan on attending the Gathering in 2013 . Best wishes to you from United States. Judy Scarpellino and Donna Paul

  2. Just been on Youtube.
    Noticed a clip of the 1960 N.H.L Final .Cork V Tipp.
    Christy Ring was playing for Cork and he is the main focus of the camera action.There is also some footage of a Pipe Band.I wonder is that the Millstreet Pipe Band?

  3. Could anyone give me any information about my late mother, name patricia mary Meredith from county cork thanks .born approx 1940

    ;cc

  4. Dear Sean (Radley!),
    We had a wonderful walk at the Claragh Loop today. Thanks a million for welcoming the retired teachers’ ramblers , taking many photos, and bringing some of us to Carnegie Hall! We had delicious snacks in nearby Nibbles – what a treat!

    Unfortunately, I was most upset to find my car had been damaged in the car park adjacent to the hall. Somebody had difficulty parking & my dear red152 Hyundai Ix20 has chips & rubber marks on the rear driver’s side. Perhaps the driver didn’t notice but I did. Maybe you could announce my disappointment on your radio slot tonight please?

    Many thanks,
    Clare Shelly

    1. Clare…I’ve just given your message a number of mentions on “Radio Treasures”. So very sorry to learn of this very disappointing happening. As you indicate – perhaps the other driver was unaware of what had happened. It is our sincere hope that the situation will be resolved. Heartfelt thanks for your very kind remarks about the overall day in Millstreet.

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