Monsignor Lawrence E. Giblin Division One
Broome County, NY

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS


  Membership in the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Inc. is confined to men 16 years and older who are practicing Roman Catholics of Irish birth or descent and who are citizens of United States of America or who have declared their intentions to become citizens of the United States of America.


Associate memberships are also available to those who do not meet the aforementioned qualification.

It is a standing rule that Applications for Membership that languish without action for longer than 6 months are discarded.

Notifications for induction dates and times, through the Shamrock Degree, are sent to all applicants.
Those who have applied prior to this 6 month period, and are serious about joining the A.O.H., need to reapply for admission and make arrangements to attend a Shamrock Degree ceremony within the next six month.


Those interested in membership must stop into the Hall to submit an application as they must have an active member sponsor them and sign the form.

Please check the Bartender Schedule page here for days and times the hall is open.


Meetings Held Every Second Tuesday of the Month 

Next Meeting: September 13th, 2022 @ 7:00 pm

 Parade Committee.

Parade Day 2023 is March 4th, 2023

PARADE NEWS – Tom Kelly   The parade committee thanks everyone who helped in any way with the mass and Parade. Parade Day 2023 is March 4th.

CORPORATION NEWS


The new floor is installed in the bar area- thank you Bill Burke and John Walker for your help before and after the floor project. Luck of the Irish Raffle Tickets will be available on August 1. Each ticket is $50- with 5 prizes- $2,500-$1 ,000 and 3-$500 prizes. Only 200 tickets will be sold. The Drawing will be November 17, 2022 with refreshments- need not be present to win. Proceeds will go towards the building maintenance fund. Music at the hall- Saturday August 20 from 6-9:00-featuring Josh Starks. Tavern food will be available.


The next scheduled Board of Directors meeting is September 12th.

Hall Phone: 607-724-5588
​148 Main Street; Binghamton, NY 13905

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At this time, we are unable to accept any additional teams for the AOH Golf Tournament. We are limited by the capabilities of the course and by capacity limitations at the Hall. Thank you all for supporting our AOH Charity Golf Tournament this year.

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2022 Event Pictures, click here.

Installation, Irish Days, Parade Day

LAOH Juniors & LAOH County Board Notices

are now located on the LAOH page of this website. 

​ DUES


  From Financial Secretary Mark Kadlecik  I’d like to thank all the members who have paid their 2022 dues. Arrears letters have gone out to those who haven’t paid. Please mail your check for $50 to the AOH; 148 Main St.; Binghamton, NY 13905 .. Attn: Mark Kadlecik or drop it off at the hall and have a pint. These monies are needed to help with our charitable contributions and offset some of our operating costs. If you’re having trouble making the dues payment, please let an AOH officer know. Also, let us know of any address changes.


ED EVENS COLUMN


History; General Tom and Leslie Barry Commandant of the Third Cork and later Chief of Staff of the IRA, Tom was the most brilliant of the field generals. His West Cork flying columns made hell on earth for the Black and Tan. A genius at welding an inspiring men and a fearless fighter, General Tom is a living legend.


Leslie, a Dubliner, was in the GOP during the Easter rising as a nurse and messenger, slipping in and out disguised as a schoolgirl from a nearby convent, for years she was the president of the Irish Red cross. Michael Collin’s prediction; The Irish English Treaty split Sinn Fein and the IRA down the middle. On the night in London when Michael Collin signed the treaty he was to prophesy his own end in a letter he sent to a friend. When you sweated, toiled, had mad dreams, and hopeless nightmares you find yourself in London’s streets, cold and dank in the night air. Think- what have I got for Ireland? Something what she has wanted these past seven hundred years? Will she be satisfied at the bargain?
Will anyone? I tell you this – early this morning I signed my death warrant.