Corkery’s Bar Annual St. Stephen’s Day Quiz was this year held in aid of Millstreet Community Hospital and Millstreet Day Care Centre. A capacity attendance on Wednesday, 26th Dec. 2018 guaranteed a truly successful event. Here we share some 20 images illustrating the superbly enthusiastic and happy young participants at the annual occasion where the two Question Masters did a splendid job. A very Happy New Year to All. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Wonderful Response to Corkery’s Bar Annual St. Stephen’s Day Quiz”
On this Friday night (14th Dec. 2018) at 8.15 in Millstreet Day Care Centre Frances Curtin of Dromagh will share her wonderful selection of favourite Christmas songs and music. Apologies that we cannot send text reminders to our regular attendees for this month’s meeting as the group texting service has not been available for the past several days. All are very welcome to our Christmas Presentation by Frances. Below we feature two images from the December programme recently presented by Joe and Joan Kennelly of Inniscarra and Millstreet at Boherbue’s Music Room. Frances Curtin is pictured first from left in the group picture. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
The AGM of Drishane Region Project took place this Monday evening (10th Dec. 2018) at Millstreet Day Care Centre. Over twenty dedicated people work in various projects in the Millstreet area including Millstreet Day Care Centre itself, GAA Community Hall, Town Park, Pitch & Putt, Gym, Astroturf and Millstreet Museum to mention but some of the work locations. Here we share an image of some of the Coordinating Committee of the overall Project. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)
On Thursday night, 15th Nov. 2018 a truly impressive cheque of €2,000.00 was presented by Chairman of Millstreet Fianna Fáil Cumann, John A. O’Leary to Mary Feeley, Manager, Millstreet Day Care Centre. This was the result of a most successful Donal Guiney Memorial Inaugural Quiz held at McCarthy’s Bar, Millstreet some weeks ago. So popular was the Quiz that there were over sixty spot prizes shared on the occasion. Asking the questions on the night was Noreen Meade before a capacity attendance. We recorded interviews at the Presentation of the Cheque with John A. O’Leary, Mary Feeley, Deputy Michael Moynihan and with Vincent, Michael and Patrick Guiney. This feature will be broadcast at 10pm on “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station on Tuesday, 20th Nov.. Here we share three images from the uplifting Presentation of the Cheque. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Presentation of Impressive Quiz Cheque to Millstreet Day Care Centre”
On Friday, 12th Oct. 2018 Millstreet Gramophone Circle held its monthly meeting at the splendid Halloween decorated Millstreet Day Care Centre where a full programme of recordings, song and music was presented before a large appreciative audience. Oftentimes we are asked what type of programme is shared. So illustrated below is the programme which I presented last night. Each presenter shares different selections on other nights. It will be Maurice Linehan who presents at “The Music Room” in Boherbue on Thursday, 1st Nov. 2018. Click on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.)
This month’s meeting of Millstreet Gramophone Circle which takes place this Friday, 12th Oct. 2018 at 8.15pm in Millstreet Day Care Centre, Clara Road includes a broad selection of music and song with features on Museum Audio Archives, the World of Disney and the Walton Radio Programme. Our Presenter is yours truly. All are very welcome. (S.R.)
Breeda O’Keeffe, President of Millstreet Bridge Club (pictured standing on extreme right) this Monday evening expressed sincere thanks especially to Cllr. Bernard Moynihan (pictured) for Millstreet Bridge Club recently being presented with a €700.00 Grant from Cork Co. Council Amenity Funding. To bring to reality the Electronic Bridge Scoring System the Club has spent €2,100.00. Here we share two images from this evening’s meeting at Millstreet Day Care Centre. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
We were delighted to record three wonderful Birthday Celebrations at Millstreet Day Care Centre today. Coordinator Mary Feeley introduced us to Julia Murphy who is celebrating her 104th Birthday and who sang for us all a beautiful rendition of “My Donegal Shore” without even having to use glasses when referring to the words of the song! Joining Julia was Kathleen Moynihan and Peg Tarrant. A very Happy Birthday to all three splendid ladies. Adding to the occasion there was a superb musical presentation by pupils from Presentation N.S., Millstreet. A cheque of €500.00 was also presented to the Centre by the Pupils and Teacher Nora Murphy as the result of a recent Bake Cake Sale at the School. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Birthday Celebrations at Millstreet Day Care Centre on Wednesday”
If yourself or members of your family are spring cleaning please remember our Thrift Shop. We accept bric-a-brac, children’s clothes, buggies, toys, and curtains etc., any clothes that are in good condition. All proceeds from the shop go towards the Day-Care Centre.
We also accept clothes not fit for resale e.g. old curtains and blankets, quilt covers, towels etc. We sell them for recycling to the National Council for the Blind. Not alone does this create an income for the Council for the Blind but we put the money we get from them into our Social Fund – which helps pay for tutors and volunteers (music, exercise classes, red cross etc).
Old clothes can be handed into the Thrift Shop or the Millstreet Day Care Centre.
Any donations or unwanted china especially (cups and saucers) would be greatly appreciated.
We try to provide as much entertainment as possible during the day – birthday parties, sing-along, exercises, games etc., but funding is always a problem.
Thank you all for your continuing support and please encourage your neighbours or friends to come and join us.
We thank Mary Feeley for this superb insight into support for the Centre. We now share a selection of images recorded at the recent reopening of Millstreet Day Care Centre following most impressive renovations.
The Management of Millstreet Daycare Centre wish to thank all of you who attended our recent opening and very generously gave donations on the day.
A special thanks to those who gave their time and expertise voluntarily on the day.
Jerry Pat, Olga, Paulina and Claire who did great work on the BBQ.
Mary Jo and Pat Bucke for entertaining us with their music and songs.
Sheila , Vera, Mary, Teresa, Breda, Sheila and Danny for providing the lovely tea/coffee and refreshments.
Aoife and Jennifer for decorating the young boys and girls with their face painting.
The Red Cross for providing ambulance and first aid cover.
The wonderful photographers Seanie, Breda and Geraldine. Also to John Tarrant for highlighting our day on the Corkman.
To all the Day Centre staff, Maureen, Denis, Chris and others who did trojan work in preparation for the day and to everyone else who helped in any way. We really appreciate the voluntary contribution from the members of the community.
We thank Mary Feeley for this important message.(S.R.)
Many thanks to all of you for making the day the success it was.
We are planning to build 6 houses in the near future to add to our existing stock of 10 semi-sheltered houses. This project will be completed in 2016. If you live in Millstreet or the Duhallow area and are interested, now is the time to apply. Maybe you know a family member or a neighbour who would find semi sheltered housing suitable for their needs, Contact us immediately to get your name on a waiting list – applications forms are available by writing to Millstreet Day-Care Centre or by phoning 029-70926 between 9am and 4pm Monday – Thursday.
SPEAKING NOTES FOR PRESIDENT ROBINSON AT THE OPENING OF MILLSTREET SHELTERED HOUSING & DAY CENTRE ON SUNDAY 18TH DECEMBER, 1994
– I very much appreciate your generous invitation to be present today at the opening of the Sheltered Housing and Day Care Centre here in Millstreet. I would especially like to thank Mr. Michael Feeley, Chairman of the Millstreet & District Housing Association, for asking me to perform this pleasant task. I am always glad of opportunities to meet with members of voluntary bodies and to assist and encourage them in their activities.- I would like to take this opportunity to compliment the Millstreet & District Housing Association Ltd. for their initiative in developing this new project. I note that the Association was formed in 1991 and I am greatly impressed that so much work has been completed in such a short space of time.
The Directors and Management of The Canon O’Donovan Centre would like to thank every body for their kind generosity at Our Annual Church Gate Collection last weekend. Also many thanks to all the collectors and organisers for their help. All funds generated go directly to Millstreet Day Care Centre. We thank Denis for this notice. (S.R.)
The annual Church gate collection for Millstreet Day Care Centre will take place on the weekend of 14th and 15th February 2015 in Millstreet,Cullen, Ballydaly, Dromagh and Derrinagree. Please give generously. We thank Denis for the notice.(S.R.)