Welcome to the Ancient Order of Hibernians Nassau County (NY) Board's website. The Ancient Order of Hibernians in America (AOH) is an Irish Catholic organization founded at Saint James Church in lower Manhattan in 1836. Our motto is "FRIENDSHIP, UNITY, and CHRISTIAN CHARITY.

Macy’s Shop for a Cause Coupon Fund Raiser Sale

From the Nassau County Pro Life Chair, ‎Macy’s Shop for a Cause Coupon Fund Raiser Sale All proceeds to benefit the Life Center of LI $5.00 coupon Gives you 25% off all in store and On-line purchases on Sat. Aug. 25th 2012 and a chance to win $500 gift card to Macy’s!To purchase your coupon/s

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Mike Byrne Elected To Hibernian Charity Board

Nassau County President Mike Byrne was elected by the AOH National Board to the Board of Directors of the Hibernian Charity. He  was born in County Roscommon, Ireland on August 18, 1962 to Patricia and James Byrne.  He has three brothers and three sisters.  He graduated high school from CBS Roscommon in 1980.  He went

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Joe McDonald Appointed as National Webmaster

Nassau County Webmaster Joe McDonald was appointed to the National Board by President Brendan Moore to the position of National Webmaster. McDonald is currently the President of the Mike Moran Division 8 in Glen Cove, NY. A Hibernian since 2007, he also holds the positions of National Online Editor of the Hibernian Digest, New York

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John O’Connell Re-Appointed To National Board

Nassau County’s John O’Connell was re-appointed by National President Brendan Moore to the position of National Editor of the Hibernian Digest, a position he took over last July. O’Connell joined the Mike Moran Division 8 in Glen Cove, NY back in 1996. A three-time President of that Division from, he also served as Nassau County

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The AOH Helps Remember Easter Monday

On Easter Monday, April 9th, more than 100 people attended the annual Easter Uprising memorial service in Mineola, NY. At a location behind the courthouse, stands the now completed Irish memorial, a testament to those who gave their lives for Ireland’s freedom in the early 20th Century. Sponsored by the Irish Monument Committee each Easter

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62nd Annual Saint Patrick’s Parade is Coming to Mineola

Parade Chairman, Patrick Kerins, announced that the Annual St. Patrick’s Parade, which has been held in Garden City for over thirty years, is taking up a new route through Mineola. “After many successful years in Garden City we are pleased to bring the parade to Mineola where our center is located”, said Kerins. “The parade

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Merry Christmas

The Nassau County Board of the AOH would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Nollaig Shona Duit Deacon Tom Costello – Chaplain Michael Byrne – President Sean O’Rourke – Vice President Timothy Myles – Recording Secretary William McGough – Financial Secretary John M. Ryan –

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Bristol and Mexico Memorial

On November 19th, Nassau County AOH was at the ceremony to remember the Irish immigrants who died in the Bristol and Mexico, both of which sank in 1836 and 1837. The emigrants are buried in a mass grave in Lynbrook.  The memorial service took place at the corner of Merrick Rd and Ocean Ave in

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Nassau County’s Tom Lilly Named National Life Member

Division 8’s Tom Lilly has been named National Life Member of the AOH National Board. Thomas J. Lilly joined Division 8 back in 1968 and became a full member in 1971. He served as a three time President of the Division, worked on the Pro-Life and Freedom for All Ireland Committees in Nassau County and

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The 39th Annual Nassau County Ancient Order of Hibernians Irish Feis and Festival

Rockville Centre, NY – August 17, 2011 – The 39th Annual Nassau County Irish Feis and Festival will be held on Sunday, September 18, 2011 at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY. The Feis (pronounced Fesh – an Irish word for dancing competition) and Festival will include a lineup of competitive events, including dancing competitions

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