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March Meeting will be 3/21/19 at K of C Council House

The Next monthly meeting will be at the K of C Council House, Broad Street at Elm Street in Palmyra NJ.  

This is a chance for the Brothers to check out the facilities at the building.

You are welcome to bring your own favorite beverage!  

For those who want Pizza, we will be collecting for an order at the beginning of the meeting for a delivery order.

There will be discussion of upcoming events, including the golf outing and social events.

Please bring prospective members interested in joining our Division

Posted in Ancient Order of Hibernians in America, Mike Doyle Division 4, News, Old Events, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events

K of C Hoagie & Salad Sale this Saturday March 16th

K of C Hoagie & Salad Sale this Saturday.  $5 each.
 
Send your order to kofchoagies@gmail.com with your name and phone number included. 
 
Choose from American,Tuna Salad and Chicken Salad Hoagies:
 
Regular American: American cheese, cooked salami, domestic ham, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, oil and oregano on a fresh roll.
Regular Tuna: American cheese, tuna salad, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and oregano on a fresh roll.
Regular Chicken Salad: American cheese, chicken salad, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and oregano on a fresh roll.
You can special order by subtracting items from a regular or adding extra meat and cheese. Hot peppers available on the side.  
Also, we’ll make ham hoagies, cheese hoagies and salads (american, tuna, chicken) too.  See the salad photo below.  Start your salad orders with Salad. Example: Salad – Chicken, so we know for sure.
Extra meat & cheese for any item, add $1.
Pickup is between 9:30 and noon at the K of C Council House, Broad Street at Elm Street
Thanks!
856-829-9859
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Hibernians Condemn Philadelpha Magazine’s description of St.Patrick’s day 2019

Hibernians Condemn Philadelpha Magazine’s description of St.Patrick’s day as “A wave of green-clad, likely intoxicated, Irish potato-eating Philadelphians”

 

The Hibernians were appalled to read in the Philadelphia Magazine article “Philly’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Your Need-to-Know Guide” by writer Claire Sasko the following statement

Here comes St. Patrick’s Day, and with it a wave of green-clad, likely intoxicated, Irish potato-eating Philadelphians and (plenty of) suburbanites.

Such a negative stereotype-laden, trope-ridden statement seems more in keeping with the sentiments of the nativist who burned Catholic Churches in early 19th century Philadelphia than 21st century America. Ironically, this exercise in defamation is published in parallel with another article in the same issue entitled  “Philadelphia’s Politics Among the Most Partisan and Intolerant in U.S.“. The hypocrisy of Philadelphia Magazine lecturing on intolerance while themselves engaging in their own form of demeaning ethnic profiling is rife.

This odious statement defaming Americans of Irish Heritage becomes even more outrageous when one considers that it was likely reviewed and approved by a Philadelphia Magazine editor(s) before publication. We pose a simple question to the editors and management of Philadelphia Magazine: if a writer was to submit a similar article trading in prejudicial clichés regarding another ethnic community would they for a second consider publishing it? If the answer is no then why do the publishers of Philadelphia Magazine think it is appropriate to reprise the offensive stereotypes of Thomas Nast when it comes to the Irish? The Hibernians do not seek that the Irish be treated better than anyone else, but we will not accept them being treated worse.

It is appalling that these statements defaming Irish Americans should come from a magazine allegedly representing Philadelphia, a city where so many Irish Americans made their mark. Ms. Should Sasko and the editorial board should take a walk to Independence Hall where 9 Irish Americans signed the Declaration of Independence. That foundational document was edited by the Secretary of the Continental Congress Charles Thompson, and immigrant from Derry, printed at grave personal risk by John Dunlap an immigrant from Tyrone and first read to the public by Col. John Nixon, a descendant of an immigrant from Wexford. In front of Independence hall stands the statue of Commodore John Barry, an immigrant to Philadelphia from County Wexford, a hero of the American Revolution and the first Flag Officer of the United States Navy. Philadelphia Magazine should be ashamed for denigrating a community that has played such an important role in the history of Philadelphia and our nation.

The Hibernians call for Philadelphia Magazine and Ms. Sasko to issue an unambiguous public apology to its readers and the Irish American community.

#IntolerancetoIrishOKInPhillyMag

Posted in Ancient Order of Hibernians in America, Mike Doyle Division 4, News, Old Events, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events

Event Update Venue Change AOH Mike Doyle Div 4 St. Patrick’s Day Party

Event Update

AOH ST PATRICK’S DAY PARTY

Due to the overwhelming response to the party we have moved it to a bigger place. We are almost at full capacity! It will be at Riverside Turners. See details! Thanks

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Irish Memorial Flag Raising event on March 17 at 11:00.

Flag Raising

 

Our Division will be going to the Irish Memorial Flag Raising event on March 17 at 11:00.
Afterwards, there will be some refreshments taken at the Plough and Stars.

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JJ Nevin Fight Night March 15, 2019

Our Division will be supporting JJ Nevin by making tickets available to purchase.

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AOH MIKE DOYLE Division 4 Saint Patrick’s Day Party March 8, 2017

Friday, March 8 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Event Update

AOH ST PATRICK’S DAY PARTY

Due to the overwhelming response to the party we have moved it to a bigger place. We are almost at full capacity! It will be at Riverside Turners. See details! Thanks

INVITATIONS SENT BY EMAIL PLEASE

RSVP WITH NUMBER ATTENDING BY MARCH 3RD

BEER AND WINE WILL BE INCLUDED, CASH BAR!

FOOD PROVIDED BY CATHY’S CATERING

COST IS $20 A PERSON, OR $30 A FAMILY

Posted in Meeting Schedule, Mike Doyle Division 4, News, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events

Burlington County Mt. Holly St. Patrick’s Day Parade March 2, 2019

We will once again be marching in the Mt. Holly St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday March 2nd. 

Irish boxer John joe Nevin will be proudly marching with our division!! 

We will be meeting at our usual location at 555 High street in Mt. Holly at the Fairgrounds Plaza parking lot at 12 noon! 

This is a small but very nice parade!  Please tell family and friends to come out and march with us as we ring in the St. Patrick’s Day Holiday

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Major Degree Ceremony April 13th 2019

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Meeting for Thursday 2/21/19 at K of C Council Building

The Next monthly meeting will be at the K of C Council House, Broad Street at Elm Street in Palmyra NJ.  

This is a chance for the Brothers to check out the facilities at the building.

The Knights have also graciously decided to provide beer for the meeting, but any donations to the Knights council would be greatly appreciated!

Beer selection will be limited (Miller lite, Yuengling), so you are welcome to bring your own favorite beverage as well!

We will also be providing pizza for the division after the meeting!

We also have some additional exciting news — details to be revealed at the meeting!

There will be plenty of discussion of upcoming St Patrick’s day events during the month of March, including parades, Parties, and social events.

Please bring prospective members interested in joining our Division

Posted in Ancient Order of Hibernians in America, Meeting Schedule, Mike Doyle Division 4, News, Upcoming Events

Golf Outing
Friday, September 6 2019.
Deadline for tickets 8/30/19

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