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Thank You From Joann Clancy Muller
National Convention 2014
Quebec Trip Information - August 2015
Veterans Appreciation Night - November 10 2014
Grand Marshal For 2015 'John Reilly' East Islip St. Patrick Day Parade - Rev. Hugh Cannon
LAOH Aide To The Grand Marshal - Patty McNeill
Hunter Mountain - First Place - August 2014
Grand Marshal Journal Contract - Includes All Advertising
Original Div 7 Members Honored
Ireland Trip Commemorating Div 7 50th Anniversary - February 2013
Video of CIE Tour To Ireland
Ireland Trip - 2014          Itinerary

The 'John Reilly Memorial' East Islip St. Patrick's Day Parade -  Sunday March 3 2013  CLICK HERE FOR PARADE LINE-UP

Celtic Degree Team

Jim Ryan Receiving Life Membership - November 13 2012

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  The 'John Reilly Memorial' East Islip St. Patrick's Day Parade -  Sunday March 2 2014

 James J. Walsh Honored - Fri Jan 15 2010

 'New" Statue of Our Lady of Knock Installed - July 6 2009

Father Hannon recalls . . . .
Roisin Dubh Pipe Band 25th Anniversary
Division 7 Block Party for NY State Convention  (Old but it was fun! - July 9 2005)

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Red Skelton on the Pledge of Allegiance

VETERANS APPRECIATION NIGHT - NOVEMBER10, 2014

Definition of a Veteran
A veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard or reserve - is someone who, at one point in their life,

wrote a blank check made payable to

"The United States of America", for an amount of "up to and including my life."

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.

 Author Unknown

Only two defining forces
 have ever offered to die for you;
Jesus Christ and the American Soldier.
One died for your soul;
 the other for your freedom.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

NOVEMBER:

Nov 24 Mon    Assembling of Thanksgiving food baskets 7:00 PM

Nov 27 Thur   Thanksgiving Day

DECEMBER:

Dec 3 Wed     AOH Division Seven Meeting, 8:00 PM

Dec 8 Mon     Junior Girls and Boys Meeting, 6:30 PM

Dec 10 Wed   LAOH Division Seven Meeting, 7:30 PM

Dec 13 Sat     Division 7 Children’s Fund Christmas Party
                        for the children of our community. Noon-3:00 PM

Dec 20 Sat    Division 7 Children’s Christmas Party 1:00 PM
                       Division 7 Adult’s Christmas Party 6:00-10:00 PM

Dec 25 Thur  Christmas Day

Dec 31 Wed   New Year’s Eve

PUB ENTERTAINMENT

NOVEMBER:

Nov 21st - Friday Night Happy Hour with
Pete K. 6:00 - 9:00

Nov 22nd - Bob Carney 8:30-11:30

Nov 29th - Bandrew 8:30-11:30

DECEMBER:

Dec 6th – Dan Donelly 8:30- 11:30

Dec 13th – Bandrew 8:30- 11:30

Dec 19th – Ken & Justin 8:30- 11:30

Dec 20th – Christmas Party in Hall

Dec 27th – Howie Seal 8:30- 11:30

 

LAOH Div 7 Past Presidents

 

THANK YOU FROM JOANN CLANCY MULLER

(CLICK HERE FOR PDF)

 

NATIONAL CONVENTION 2014

 

HUNTER MOUNTAIN - FIRST PLACE - ROSIN DUBH PIPE BAND - AUGUST 2014

Grand Marshal

For The 2015

"John Riley" St. Patrick Day Parade

East Islip NY

Congratulations To : Rev. Hugh Cannon

Aides:

Ladies Aide: Patty McNeill

 

CLICK ON PICTURE FOR PDF OF CONTRACT

 
A.O.H. Division Seven original members:


Charlie Fagan
Fintan Stapleton
Patrick O’Kane
Jimmy Walsh


Each received proclamations from NYS Senator Phil Boyle Commemorating their Charter Membership in Division Seven during our 50th anniversary party.

Accompanying them are Dennis Bennett, who presented the proclamations for Senator Phil Boyle and Mac McFadden.

Division 7 President 'Mac' McFadden, Original member, Patrick O'Kane and his son, James O'Kane

 
         
 


CELTIC DEGREE TEAM

Tara Court Degree Team

TRIP TO IRELAND - 2014

 Itinerary

TRIP TO IRELAND

In February, 2013, AOH Our Lady of Knock Division 7 in East Islip will be celebrating its
50th Anniversary.
To commemorate this significant date in our history, the division is planning a trip to
Ireland.
Included in the trip will be a Mass at the Knock Shrine where some of our band members will
play.
The trip is open to all A.O.H, L.A.O.H, members, associates, family, and friends.
Please join us as we celebrate 50 years of Friendship, Unity, and Christian Charity.

Below are three attachments that will explain the trip in detail.
Please review and contact the Division if you have any questions.

Yours in Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity.

Dave Ring

The Shrine of Our Lady of Knock

Ireland Itinerary Ireland Information - 2013 Ireland Flyer

First US Tour to Westport for The Gathering

Click on Picture

(Video is on another site.)

A recent article in “The Spirit of Ireland” magazine:

“NY couple inspired to renew their vows”.

Debbie and Francis “Mac” McFadden spent eight days experiencing the country. Irish-Americans like them were being encouraged to come home to visit for The Gathering. The trip started out as a way to discover their roots but it ended with the New York couple saying “I do” for the second time in a small village in Ireland.
The husband and wife, together with 78 other relatives and members of the East Islip, Long Island, division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Our Lady of Knock, saw it all – and more. The hustle and bustle of Dublin, the scenic countryside: the 15th century Bunratty castle with medieval-style banquet complete with singing lords and ladies. “It really did feel like we were home” said Mac. “Everyone we met, from the CIE Tours International guides to the Irish people, made us feel like we were family.”
The fourth day was the clincher. At the Knock Shrine in County Mayo – a site where the Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph and John the Baptist are said to have appeared on Aug. 21, 1879 – Debbie and Mac reaffirmed the wedding vows that they’d first made to each other 30 years ago on Long Island. “It was an anniversary we’ll never forget,” says Debbie, “And both our parents and our daughter were there for it.”
Their CIE Tours trip sure was a good one but little did they know just how special it was going to be.

The "John Reilly Memorial"
East Islip
St. Patrick's Day Parade
 

FORTY EIGHT ANNUAL

ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE

MONTAUK HIGHWAY, EAST ISLIP, NY

GRAND MARSHAL
Francis Mac McFadden
LADIES AIDE TO THE GRAND MARSHAL

Kathleen Ring
 

AIDES

Brian Mac Fadden

Joseph Mac Fadden


PARADE COMMITTEE
DR. DAVID RING, Chair
DANIEL SULLIVAN, Vice Chair & Line Up

PARADE COMMITTEE
DR. DAVID RING, Chair
DANIEL SULLIVAN, Vice Chair & Line Up

Division 7 Members Line-up 1:30PM

CLICK HERE FOR PARADE LINE-UP

(Subject To Change)

Jim Ryan Receiving Life Membership

Presented by John Hennesey

November 13 2012

James J. Walsh Honored

for his 50 Years as a Hibernian
and Charter Member of Division 7.
Our Ballroom was named in his honor
Friday, January 15th 2010
 

Statue of Our Lady of Knock Installed - July 6 2009

New York City - Saint Patrick Day Parade - March 17 2008

The Ladies of Division 7 marching with the Suffolk LAOH

and

leading the marchers was Division 7 Roisin Dubh Pipe Band

The Roisin Dubh Pipe Band  celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2006.

The banner displaying this achievement was carried in each of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade that they marched in.

This is the New York City Parade. Congratulations to the current band members and its past alumni!

GAA CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL

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GAA Live Games from Ireland
Every Sunday through September
Saturday's will vary.

SCHEDULE

Please check website or hall for actual games.

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If you take the Long Island Rail Road
Use the 'Great River' stop.
Our location is on the South side of the tracks
and about 1/5 mile West.
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Check at Hall 631-581-9317 Ext 3
Donation

Directions to A.O.H. Div 7 Hall

 

 

DIVISION 7 MONTHLY NEWSLETTER

(All In PDF Format)

2014
January - February 2014 March - April 2014
May - June 2014 Sept - Oct 2014
November - December 2014
2013
January-February 2013 March - April 2013
May - June 2013 Sept - Oct 2013
November - December 2013
2012
January - February 2012 March - April 2012
May - June 2012 Sept - Oct 2012

November - December 2012

2011

January - February 2011 March - April 2011
May - June 2011 Sept - Oct 2011
November - December 2011

2010

January 2010 June 2010
February 2010 Sept 2010
March 2010 October 2010
April 2010 November - December 2010
May 2010  
2009
January 2009 June 2009
February 2009 Sept 2009
March 2009 October 2009
April 2009 November 2009
May 2009 December 2009
2008
January 2008 June 2008
February 2008 September 2008     
March 2008 October 2008
April 2008 November 2008
May 2008 December 2008
2007

January 2007

June 2007

February 2007

September 2007

March 2007

October 2007

April 2007

November 2007

May 2007

December 2007

2006

January 2006

June 2006

February 2006

September 2006

March 2006

October 2006

April 2006

November 2006

May 2006

December 2006

2005

January 2005

June  2005

February 2005

September 2005 

March 2005

October 2005

April  2005

November 2005

May  2005

December 2005

2004

November 2004

December 2004

Grand Marshall Journal Advertising Contract - PDF FORMAT

If you do not have Adobe Reader or a program to read a pdf formatted file, click on the picture to download a free reader from Adobe.

BLOCK PARTY

On Saturday July 9, 2005, Division 7 hosted a "Block Party" for the delegates of the New York State Convention.

Entertainment in the street was supplied by Jerry Finley,  along with Irish step dancing performed by dancers from the Hunt School of Dance. Additionally our own Roisin Dubh Pipe Band performed as well.

All the delegates were unanimous in that not only did they have a great time but were overwhelmed by the appearance of the statue of Our Lady of Knock.

Division 7 members who worked on providing the support for this occasion should be proud of their accomplishment.

 

Where are you?

Block Party - NY State Convention

(Click for original size picture.)

ROISIN DUBH IRISH PIPE BAND

WANTED: Tenor, Bass  and Snare Drummers

Meet every Thursday at Hall 7:30 PM

Band Schedule

Call Bill LePage  631-650-5271

Roisin Dubh Web Site

The Roisin Dubh Pipe Band web site is located here:!
http://www.rdpb.com

DIVISION OFFICERS
Chaplain Fr. Hugh Canon
President  David Ring
Vice President  Larry Wolf
Recording Secretary Tom Davis
Financial Secretary Tom McHugh
Treasurer Shawn O'Neill
Standing Committee John Owens
Marshall  John Hanley
Sentinel  Kevin Smith
Junior Past President Mac McFadden

For Complete Listing - CLICK HERE

 

CORPORATION OFFICERS
President  Gene Hearl
Vice President  Danny Kissane
Treasurer Dave Dinota
Secretary John Davis

PLEASE PRAY FOR...

The victims and the surviving members of families of the 

World Trade Disaster and associated terrorist acts.

Please pray for:

 PRAY FOR THE SICK: 

In the event of sickness or a death in the family, please call the Hall at 581-9317 and leave a message. 

  Chairman of the Committee on the Sick: 

or, Missions and Charities Chairlady Denise Fisher

DUES - 2013

 Dues for 2013 are now due.

The 2014 dues cards are in, including those for new members
that just made their Shamrock degree in November.

The 2014 dues are $60.00 if paid by March 17th
and $100.00 when paid after March.

Your dues can be paid in any of
the following 3 ways:

1) Before or after our monthly meetings you can bring your
dues payments up to the front table.

2) You can mail in your dues payments to:
A.O.H. Division 7
ATTN: Tom Davis
65 Champlin Ave.
East Islip, NY 11730

3) You can put an envelope with your payment in the “GREEN
DROP OFF MAILBOX” in the pub.

Please, remember to always provide your A.O.H. membership
number from your current card (5 digit number).

Any questions regarding dues please contact
Tom Davis at 631-850-1342.


Any member that cannot afford the dues, see the Division President.

New Members

Bob Knockenhauer 631-277-2872, is accepting applications for new members.

 Contact Kevin for applications and screening information.

Appropriate attire is requested for the Shamrock Degree.

Application Form

RESPECT LIFE

For Information
see the Monthly Newsletter at the top of page.

RESPECT LIFE

John F. Walsh, is the Right To Life Chairman for Division Seven.

“See, I will not forget you. I have carved you on the palm of my hand.” Isaiah 49:15

 Please pray to end abortion.

Our Lady of Knock Pray For Us

SCHOLARSHIPS

Division 7 Men's Scholarship

If you have a high school student that may be
eligible for an award see
Tom McEnroe for applications. (581-7543)
There will be two, $3000 awards awarded.
All applications must be in by April 1, 2013.
High School graduation and SAT June scores are essential.
Applications are self-explanatory.

New York State Scholarship Information

Tom Conway, Chairman

New York State AOH offers a scholarship to a current High School Senior.

Is there a member of your family who is graduating from High School this June? The New York State Board generously awards the Austin V. Carew State Scholarship each year to a deserving student whose parents/guardians are active members and who have taken their Major Degree. The student must sit for our scholarship exam which tests knowledge of Irish History. In addition the student’s SAT scores are also considered in determining the recipient of the scholarship. Enclosed you will find the necessary information and application which must be completed for a student to qualify for the exam. If you have any questions, send me an e-mail message tomconway35@yahoo.com. Let’s get the news of this scholarship out to all our members.

Some reminders:

      1) Parents or Guardians of the student must have Major Degree.

      2) Student must take our Irish History exam.

      3) SAT scores must be provided.

      4) Applications must be sent to the Scholarship Chairman by: 

      5) Information on the scholarship exam will follow upon receipt of application.

This scholarship is funded by the James F. Hayes Memorial Golf Tournament, which will be held in East Durham.

Application and Information (Adobe PDF ) Application and Information (Word Format)


DISPOSAL OF AMERICAN FLAGS

American Legion
Rusy-Bohm Post 411
39 Nassau Avenue
Islip, NY 11751
(Behind Islip Town Hall)

If anyone knows of more locations that will take the American Flag please let me know.

Thank you.

"TO THE COLORS"

 

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