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The Commodore Barry Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was founded on St. Patrick’s Day 1990 in National Park, New Jersey. During our short existence we have become well known in the Irish-American community in the Tri-State area as being very active in Irish causes. We have been regularly recognized at the National and State levels for our charitable contributions. Recipients of our donations include, but are not limited to, Project Children, the IPPCH, the Antietam Battlefield Irish Brigade Monument, the Philadelphia Famine Memorial and many local charities. As we continue to grow it is our goal to further Irish and Irish-American causes.

Division Name: Commodore John Barry
Meetings: Richard Rossiter Memorial Hall 200 Columbia Blvd.National Park, NJ 08063 (map)

President: Dan Rossiter   

Financial Secretary: Dave Weitzel 

Division Hall: Richard Rossiter Memorial Hall 200 Columbia Blvd.National Park, NJ 08063 (map)  Hall Rental Information

Leadership & Organization Seminar – Feb 25th

Ancient Order of Hibernians in America National Board Presents Leadership and Organizing Seminar Topics Include: -Roles and Responsibilities of Officers -Grassroots Organizing -Blue Book Review -Finding our Future – Mentoring Fostering tomorrow’s Leaders -Retention Techniques -Forms and Paperwork Review -Roundtable Discussion -New Technology Saturday February 25, 2017 10AM-4PM Gloucester County AOH Division 1 Richard Rossiter […]

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Gloucester 1 Events

Gloucester County AOH is hosting two very special upcoming events. Please extend our invitation to a[...]

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