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The Ancient Order of Hibernians,
St. Patrick's Division 1
The Members of St. Patrick's Division 1, Ancient Order of Hibernians are dedicated to the preservation of our Irish heritage, and to serve the Irish Catholic Community in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
Welcome new brothers (Steve Clock, and Marcus Cook), welcome back Bill Sowers! and congratulations to Past-President Blake Cahill our 2014 Hibernian of the Year!
Upcoming St Patrick Division Programs & Events
Next Meeting: 8 February, 2015, 1:30PM at KofC Council 4632.
Next Special Event: Date TBD, FEB 2015, Poor Clares Visit West Point, VA
Hibernian of the Year, David Blake Cahill for 2014
Brother Frank Graessle receives his Shamrock Degree Pin, January 2015
Blake Cahill congratulated as St. Patrick Division 2014 Hibernian of the Year by President Kevin Cassidy and AOH National Director Mike Delaney
FEB 2015, Poor Clares Visit West Point, VA
14 MAR 2015, Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Ocean View (Norfolk) VA. Meet at Northside Middle School on Granby St Norfolk by 0830.
APR 2015, St Patrick Division Shamrock Degree
May 2015, Catholic High School (Va Beach) Most Improved AOH Scholarship Awards
13 June 2015, St. Patrick Division is hosting the Brian Boru Team Major Degree at the Knights of Columbus, Father Habets Council 4632, 1236 Prosperity Rd, Virginia Beach, VA.
Email Pres. Cassidy with names and divisions of all Tower Degree Candidates:
13 June, 2015 Kevin Donleavy, author of a recent book, “The Irish in Early Virginia, 1600-1850”, book signing at 1236 Prosperity Rd, Virginia Beach, VA-open to the public!
13 June 2015, AOH and LAOH State Quarterly Meeting at Saint Patrick Div: all hands needed, Past-Pres Alan Curry and Louis Lavore are points of contact.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians is the oldest Irish Catholic organization in the U.S.A., and has no affiliation with, nor does it condone or support violence or terrorism. The AOH is in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church, it's teachings, and it's leadership in religious freedom and peace. Ad majorem, Dei gloriam!