Action On Hunger The Irish were intentionally starved out of their homes as well as their Country. This exodus caused by the Great Hunger brought millions of Irish people to the USA. Many who made this journey did survive but many thousands did not. The Irish Immigrant knew hunger as few others ever did. One […]
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« December 2014 » Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3* Solace Readings Belinda McKeon at 11:15 am 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13* Family Life Carols & Cocoa at 3:00 pm 14* Concert Holy Family at 7:00 pm 15 16* County Board Meeting at 8:00 pm 17 18 19* Christmas Party Div. 11 Social at 8:00 pm 20 21 22* Colaition Meeting at 7:45 pm 23 24 25* MERRY CHRISTMAS all day 26 27 28 29* Holy Innocents Prayer Vigil at 8:00 pm 30 31* New Years Eve all day
.* Friday December 19 Christmas Social
Meeting Friday December 19
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PLEASE EXPRESS YOUR APPRECIATION BY YOUR PATRONAGE.
Again in 2014 we received
a second Citation from the
Nassau County Executive
Mr. Ed Mangano, for the many good works we do throughout Nassau County.
The outreach center thanks the Hicksville A.O.H.
for all our donations.
We were also recognized by
New York State at the past Board meeting for helping those less fortunate than ourselves.
Remember you can always BRING SOMETHING IN,
we love 20 Pound bags of Rice!
JULY 2015, the
AOH New York State Convention
will be hosted in Nassau.
Click below for Food Need List
"Action On Hunger"
Hibernian Hunger Project
The Hicksville Division 11 Ancient Order of Hibernians helped to deliver more than 4,550 lbs Food
St. Ignatius Parish Pantry Could still use More Rice, Beans, Chick Peas, Canned Meats and Toothbrushes
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