Tag Archives: Ancient Order of Hibernians
Big Green at home in its Delco firehouse.

The Resurrection of Big Green

It’s an aging fire truck, but members of the John J. Redmond Division of the AOH believe there’s life in the old girl yet. And they’re planning a big bash to save their most visible publicity vehicle.

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Saving “Big Green”

The aging 1975 pumper truck serves as the very public symbol of the city’s Ancient Order of Hibernians firefighters division. The venerable old engine recently fell on hard times, but the division is making progress toward its most important short-term goal: getting it into the 2014 Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day parade.

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Prayers for the Hunger Strikers

The peace process has brought a measure of calm to Northern Ireland, but the Gloucester County Ancient Order of Hibernians pauses to remember 10 men who played such a critical role in a more turbulent time.

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Irish Thunder Pipes and Drums to perform.

Honoring the Memory of a Fallen Officer

Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 1 in Swedesburg is hosting a “Celtic Salute” on Saturday in honor of Plymouth Township Officer Brad Fox. Be there.

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A Leprechaun, Remembered

Ed Slivak, known and loved as “The Leprechaun” of Montgomery County’s AOH Division 1, passed away this week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam―May his soul be at God’s right hand.

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2012 Montgomery County Grand Marshal Jim Flood

A Generous Heart at the Heart of The Montco Parade

Attorney Jim Flood is a strong believer in doing for others. This year, his AOH Notre Dame Division brethren are doing for him. He’s the grand marshal of the 2012 Conshy St. Patrick’s Day parade.

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Andy Redmond

AOH Comes to the Aid of a Friend in Need

The Monsignor Crean division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is hosting a beef-and-beer Saturday to help musician Andy Redmond, who is battling prostate cancer.

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A Hibernian Ho-Ho-Ho

Christmas food baskets went out to 84 needy families this year. Volunteers poured in from all over the place to make the season bright.

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