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Bergen 32 Marching

Bergen 32 marched in the Bergenfield NJ annual St. Patrick’s Day on March 11. It was attended by many of the brothers and their families. At the end of the parade everyone went to the Knights of Columbus for some food and beverages. It was a great day by all.

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President’s Message – March 2012

Brothers: I hope that you all had a very enjoyable St Patrick’s Season; I had the chance to meet with many divisions and brothers over the last month and enjoyed the “craic”. Last parade is this Saturday in Burlington/Mt Holly 1pm start; close out the season in style and stop by. MAJOR DEGREE Sunday April […]

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U.S. Helsinki Commission To Hold Hearing On Human Rights In Northern Ireland

WASHINGTON–The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (U.S. Helsinki Commission) announced today the following hearing: Prerequisites for Progress in Northern Ireland Wednesday, March 21, 2012 2:00 p.m. Rm. 2247 Rayburn House Office Building After decades of political violence, the 1998 Good Friday Agreement began a new era of improved security and the promise of […]

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Gov Christie Proclaims March As Irish-American Heritage Month

WHEREAS, New ]ersey’s Irish-American community has played an instrumental role in our history since colonial times and has made many vital contributions to the diverse cultural and economic fabric of our state; and WHEREAS, the Irish and their Irish-American descendants have greatly influenced all aspects of life in the United States, including law enforcement, firefighting […]

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Presidential Proclamation of March as Irish-American Heritage Month

Once again the President has issued a proclamation, declaring March 2012 as Irish American Heritage Month Read the full Proclamation Text: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/03/01/presidential-proclamation-irish-american-heritage-month-2012

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NJ Congressman Donald Payne

The people of the North of Ireland lost a great friend when NJ Congressman Donald Payne passed away this week.  A true champion for human and civil rights throughout the world Payne’s support for the cause of peace, justice and the truth in the North was second to none.  The AOH in NJ sends our condolences […]

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NJAOH Visits With Gov Christie

New Jersey Governor Christie held an intimate dinner of about 50 in attendance at the Governor’s mansion in Princeton. The AOH was well represented with NJ AOH State President Sean Pender, NJ AOH Treasurer Sean Hughes and NJ AOH Secretary Robert Carr in attendance. Also, more than 10 divisions sent their president or a representative. […]

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In Memoriam Walter J. Kearns

Walter Joseph Kearns died on Christmas night, December 25, 2011 at Lyons Veterans’ Hospital in Bernards Township, NJ. He was a loyal and faithful member of the AOH for over 65 years. Walter originally joined in the mid 1940’s and served in many positions over the years. He was President of the Plainfield Division when […]

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Belmar Parade Brunch

The NJAOH will be marching in the Belmar St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 4th. Bill Young’s famous pre-parade gathering will be combined with Belmar Mayor Matt Dohterty’s event.  This year’s  gathering will be a brunch held at O’Nicchio located at 1000 Main St in Belmar. There will be music by the Bantry Boys. […]

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Catholic Men for Jesus Christ Event

The NJ State Board was a proud sponsor of the recent Catholic men for Jesus Christ held at St Raphael’s Church in Hamilton NJ. State Catholic Action John Keane was instrumental in the sponsorship of this event. State Organizer and Marshall Pat Jockel and Jim McNally manned a membership table and collected applications from many […]

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