AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York

AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York

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For those who live in Rockville Centre Please show Support to Mark Albarano
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Thank you to the members of the Historical Society of East Rockaway & Lynbrook and
AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York for remembering the victims of the shipwrecks of The Bristol & Mexico for the last 20yrs. Since it was mostly Irish immigrants who were lost, their sacrifice made safer pass age for so many other immigrants, including my great grandparents from Ireland. This is an important and meaningful time in history & I was proud to participate in today’s memorial ceremony at the Rockville Cemetery.
I was proud to have the opportunity to attend the Nassau County AOH Feis & Festival. Congratulations to the Village of Rockville Centre’s own Andrew Healey on being named this year’s Honoree, as well as the Nassau County Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians for celebrating their 125th Anniversary.

Hempstead Town Clerk Sylvia A. Cabana
Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen
AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York
Luck of the Irish was showcased yesterday as we all enjoyed perfect weather for the Nassau County AOH Feis & Festival - a celebration of Irish culture and history, featuring traditional Irish dance, music and piping competitions and a one-of-a-kind marketplace.

Thrilled to join Town of Hempstead colleagues and friends to salute the 2019 Feis Honoree, a dear friend, Andy Healey. Andy has spent much of his life dedicated to the preservation of his heritage from the Village of Rockville Centre and beyond.

Congrats, pal! 🍀

cc: Don Clavin for Supervisor, Kate Murray for Hempstead Town Clerk, Jeanine C. Driscoll for Receiver of Taxes, AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York, A O H Division 17, Ancient Order of Hibernians in America, Irish American Society of Nassau, Suffolk & Queens, Inc., Irish Americans In Government,
I had a wonderful time attending the 2019 AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York Annual Picnic. It was nice to be able to celebrate the Division for all that they do to support our communities, and to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock. Thanks for having me!
Hundreds gathered at Lincoln Boulevard in the City of Long Beach, New York (OFFICIAL) for the unveiling of a plaque, a landmark remembering those who froze to death on the Mexico back in 1836.

Many Irish immigrants perished that day and bodies were buried in a mass grave at the Rockville Cemetery in the Village of Lynbrook along with those who were lost on the Bristol which wrecked off of Rockaway Beach.

The Nassau County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have done an amazing job refurbishing the monument at the Rockville Cemetery and worked with Long Beach Island Landmarks Association, Historical Society of East Rockaway & Lynbrook and the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America to preserve this important piece of Town of Hempstead and Irish American history.

For those interested in learning more about the fate of the Bristol and Mexico, read Water and Ice by Art Mattson.

cc: Assemblywoman Melissa "Missy" Miller, Re-Elect Melissa "Missy" Miller, Ancient Order of Hibernians - Division 17. Long Beach, NY, AOH Division 14- Rockville Centre-Lynbrook New York, AOH - New York County, Nassau County AOH Feis & Festival, Becker For NYS Senate
Wishing your Division a Merry Christmas from REBEL 9

Division 14 sponsors charitable activities, provides educational scholarships and participates in many activities in support of our Catholic-Irish Hertiage

Operating as usual

04/03/2022

Brothers;
Do to a scheduling conflict our meeting is changing from April 21st to April 28. The VFW has a PBA endorsement event. Sorry for the change. So please mark your calendars for the change. Thanks.
Joseph Gavin
President

03/18/2022

Brothers;
Tomorrow Saturday March 19th there will be a 9am Mass at St. Agnes Catheral to start off the St Patrick's Day Parade. I am hoping that our members will be able to attend. The Division will meet outside the Catheral between 8:30-8:45. And Parade in with our St. Patrick's Banner and flags.
Also the Parade will start at 12 noon. We will assemble on Sunrise Hwy. and Long Beach Road. I will be near the middle of th lot . Look for the rose colored square on the fence. Please dress properly no jeans.
We need at least 5 members to carry the banner and flags into the Catheral. And for the Parade we need at least 7 members for the Parade to carry the banners and flags. We will assemble at the lot not latter then 11:45am.
Please let me know if you will be able to make the Mass and or the Parade or both. The Parade will go on even if it is raining . So please dress accordingly. It's been three years so I hope you can make it. Thank you for your time. God Bless.
Joseph Gavin
President

03/17/2022

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03/07/2022

NEXT MEETING NOTICE
THURSDAY, March 10, 8pm (DATE CHANGE)
VFW HALL, 235 MERRICK RD. LYNBROOK, NY

03/07/2022

After a two-year delay, Rockville Centre will hold its 2022 St. Patrick’s Day Parade on
Saturday, March 19 at noon with Grand Marchall Ellen White. The parade will kick off from the
parking lot on Sunrise Highway and Long Beach Rd. The parade is dedicated to Parade
Chairman and AOH member, Andy Healey, who recently passed away. The parade follows the
annual St. Patrick’s Parade Mass at St. Agnes Cathedral at 9am in which the Division is an
active participant. We will meet in front of the Cathedral at 8:45am. All Division 14 members are
encouraged to participate in at least one event.

RTÉ Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster 03/07/2022

RTÉ Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster

Our next meeting will not be until after Easter on Thurs, April 21 at 8pm at the Lynbrook VFW.
Irish Travel News: For those planning a trip to Ireland, please take note that the current price of
gasoline is the equivalent of about $8/gallon.

Don’t forget to move your clocks ahead as we move into Daylight Savings Time on Sunday,
March 13. In Ireland they will push their clocks ahead on the 27th
.
Check out the latest in Irish news and programming at www.rte.ie. RTE is also scheduled to
stream the Dublin St. Patrick’s Parade on March 17 at 8am EDT.

Check out the Academy Awards on March 27 to see how this year’s widely acclaimed film
“Belfast” fares. The film has received 7 nominations, including Best Picture.

The Long Island Gaels promise a fun evening for all as they present a Casino Night on Friday,
April 1 at 7pm at the VFW in Lynbrook.

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03/07/2022

Please note that the Division is accepting 2022 dues payments. This year’s price remains at $45,
although the discounted early-bird price of $40 can be paid before March 17. If you are still
delinquent on payment of your 2021 membership dues, please remit your payment ASAP to avoid
being deleted from the roll. Dues checks for $40 (until 3/17/22) should be made payable to AOH
Division 14 and can be dropped off at a meeting or mailed to AOH Division 14, P.O. Box 1064,
Rockville Centre, NY 11571 Attn: Jim Henry. Dues payments can be made through Zelle by
emailing [email protected]. If you are unable or unwilling to continue your AOH
membership, kindly let us know. Your dues payment helps fund AOH programs all year. The
Division greatly appreciates your continued membership and support. Dues bills will be mailed
this Spring to those who have not taken advantage of the discount.

03/07/2022

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
Brother Hibernians,
This is the season. Finally, the Parade Season has returned. The first Parade in which
our Division will be marching will be this Sunday, March 6th. It will take place in Mineola and
steps off at 1pm. We will assemble around 12:30pm in the parking lot by the Court Houses
behind Old Country Road. Division 14 will be marching under the Nassau County Board Banner.
After the Parade all are welcome at the Irish American Center on Willis Avenue for a small fee.
Here's hoping we can have a good showing and that the weather turns out fine.
Our Division's Parade and Mass in Rockville Centre will be taking place on Saturday,
March 19th. At the 9 am Mass at St. Agnes Cathedral, we will lead the procession into the
Cathedral carrying our St. Patrick's Banner and flags. I hope we will have a nice turnout of
Division members present at the Mass. The Parade itself will step off at about 12 noon. We will
assemble on Sunrise Hwy. and Long Beach Rd. We usually meet by the rose-colored sign,
which is usually in the middle of the parking lot. I will be there with the flags and the banners.
We will need 7 members to help carry the flags and banners. Feel free to bring sons or
grandsons, if they are able to help out.
Don’t forget that the Division will also be marching with the County in NYC on March
17 and in Glen Cove on March 20. More details can be found in this newsletter. In addition to all
the other local parades around Long Island, the St. Patrick’s Parade in Wantagh will also be
held on Sunday, March 20th.
Because St. Patrick's Day falls on the third Thursday of the month, we have moved
our meeting night to Thursday, March 10th at the VFW Merrick Rd in Lynbrook. The meeting
will start at 8pm. Now that things have improved with the virus, I hope more of you can attend
our meetings. I need your support to keep Division 14 going in the right direction. As they say,
the more, the merrier.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you and your families,
Joseph R. Gavin

03/07/2022

Brothers,
Division 14's pipe band, Glor na nGael, will be marching in the St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City on March 17th. We have reserved a bus to take us in to Manhattan and back and we have seats available for those who are interested. We will leave the VFW around 10:30 am to head into the city and the bus will drop us off at 46th and 6th Ave. We will then meet up with the bus after the parade on the upper east side and head back to Long Island. We typically arrive back in Lynbrook at 6:00 pm. If you would like to join us, the cost is $25 per person which includes sandwiches and drinks on the bus. We will raffle off a bunch of items on the bus as well. It is always a fun trip.
If you would like us to hold a spot, let me know. Thanks,

Tom Piderit
Vice President
AOH Division 14

03/04/2022

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03/02/2022
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02/22/2022
02/20/2022

Brothers;
Starting today Kitty's in Baldwin will be having live Irish Music. It will start ar 4pm and go to 7pm. They will be having it every Sunday for now. Why not go there and say hi to Shay and the rest of the great staff. Thanks.

Joseph Gavin President

02/17/2022

Brothers;
Just a reminder. Our monthly meeting tonight will be in person. It will be held at The VFW Merrick Rd in Lynbrook. Meeting will start at 8pm. If you want you can wear a mask to feel more comfortable. Thanking you in advance.
Joseph Gavin
President

St. Patrick's Parade - The Rockville Centre St. Patrick's Parade 02/14/2022

St. Patrick's Parade - The Rockville Centre St. Patrick's Parade

The 2022 St. Patrick’s Parade season for Division 14 returns in Mineola on Sunday, March 6
at 1pm.We will line up behind the County Courthouse on Old Country Road. After the Parade,
stop by the Irish-American Center for music, food, and drink.

As they move closer to their return to Fifth Avenue (NYC) on March 17, our Pipe band is
planning to have a bus from Lynbrook to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Please contact Tom
Piderit at [email protected] for information or to secure your reservation for a fun day. $25

After a two-year delay, Rockville Centre is keeping its fingers crossed with plans for the 2022
St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 19 at noon. The parade will kickoff from the
parking lot on Sunrise Highway and Long Beach Rd. The parade follows the annual St.
Patrick’s Parade Mass at St. Agnes Cathedral at 9am in which the Division is an active
participant. A parade fundraising event, A Taste of Rockville Centre, takes place on Friday,
March 4 (note: date change) at the St. Agnes Parish Center from 7-10pm (21 and over; $50
tickets and info at www.rvcstpatrick.com).

Also, following a 2- year hiatus, the AOH Glen Cove St. Patrick’s Parade returns on Sunday,
March 20 at 1pm. The Parade kicks off from the Finley Middle School on Forest Avenue and
goes to St. Patrick’s Church. Parking and shuttle buses will be available at St. Patrick’s. There
will be an after-parade party at the Parish Hall with food and entertainment included for $15.

The Village of New Hyde Park has tentatively scheduled its first annual St. Patrick’s Parade on
Saturday, March 12 at 10am.

Wantagh will also resume its parade on Sunday, March 20 @ 2pm with Grand Marshall Patrick
Ryder, the NCPD Commissioner.

The Village of Lindenhurst has scheduled its first annual St. Patrick’s Parade on Saturday,
March 26 at 11am along Wellwood Avenue with Grand Marshall, Peter King. Details to follow on
AOH participation.

St. Patrick's Parade - The Rockville Centre St. Patrick's Parade Promoting Irish heritage and culture, family and patriotic values. All net proceeds are donated to charity each year.

02/14/2022

We Need Your Input: Even if you can’t attend our monthly meeting, you are encouraged to
submit any Irish-related item of interest, news of a local event, or item for discussion at the
meeting, to Mike Lavin at [email protected] We’ll discuss it at the meeting, or it’ll appear in
an upcoming newsletter.

There’s a new way to make payments to Division 14, which has now set up a Zelle account. If
you have a Zelle account, you can now email [email protected] to pay those
dues. Remember dues are $40 up to St. Patrick's Day, $45 afterwards.

Update on Ireland: Travel to Ireland no longer requires a pre-trip COVID test for fully
vaccinated travelers. Restrictions have been lifted regarding bars, nightclubs, and social
gatherings. Masks are only required in shops and in transport through the end of the month.
Vaccinated Irish citizens with tests can travel to the United States.

02/14/2022

Brother Hibernians,
We were finally able to have our FFAI RAFFLE drawing on Sunday, February 6th at Kitty
Ohara’s in Baldwin. I would like to thank all our Brothers and Sisters, who participated in the
Raffle. Unfortunately, no one from Division 14 was a winner. A patron from Kitty's O’Hara’s was
the winner of the $500 prize. Thanks to those members who were able to attend the drawing. A
special thanks to Jim Henry, who sold about $120 worth chances at Kitty's O’Hara’s.
As of now with the variant numbers very low, our next meeting on February 17 will be in person
at the VFW Merrick Rd in Lynbrook at 8pm. We will be discussing the upcoming Parade
Season, particularly the Rockville Centre Parade, which will be held on Saturday March 19th at
noon. As the Division is always an integral part of the 9am pre-Parade Mass at St. Agnes
Cathedral, I urge all brothers to please make an effort to attend. We will march into the
Cathedral carrying the St. Patrick's Banner and the other flags. We will meet outside the
Cathedral between 8:30 and 8:45am. I will have further details as to where we will meet to line
up for the Parade. The Division is also scheduled to participate in the Mineola Parade on March
6 and the Glen Cove AOH Parade on March 20. Details can be found in this newsletter. After
two years of forced “hibernation”, I hope you’re able to come out to show your support for your
Irish culture at the various parades scheduled in March.
Please note, that because our scheduled March meeting falls on St. Patrick's Day, we have
decided to move it to Thursday, March 10. Also, don’t forget to get your dues payments in,
either by mail or at a meeting.

Joseph R. Gavin

02/14/2022

There’s still time to join Tim Myles and other Hibernians at the 4th Annual Snowbird Social at Tim Finnegan’s Pub in carefree Delray Beach, FL on Thursday, February 17 from noon to 3pm. $25 for lunch and a drink. Contact Tim Myles at [email protected] if you would like to attend. Reservations are required. Family and friends are also welcome.

02/04/2022

Brothers;
We will finally have our FFAI RAFFLE DRAWING on Sunday February 6th. It will be held at Kitty Oharas on Merrick Rd in Baldwin. Just east of Grand Ave. I will be there at 1pm and the drawing will be held at about 4pm. So if you haven't already sent in your tickets why not come down and join us. Right now the winning amount is $380 but I hope to sell more chances on Sunday. Thank you and God Bless.
Joseph Gavin
President

02/01/2022

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01/31/2022

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