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Ancient Order of Hibernians - Michigan State Board
The Ancient Order of Hibernians is America’s oldest Irish Catholic Fraternal Organization founded concurrently in the coal-mining region of Pennsylvania and New York City in May, 1836. The Order can trace its roots back to a series of similar societies that existed in Ireland for more than 300 years. The AOH Michigan State Board represents the 12 AOH divisions spread throughout the state of Michigan. The board meets quarterly, on various published dates, and officers and members of all divisions are encouraged to attend these meetings.
The next AOH Michigan State Board meeting will occur on Saturday February 22, 2020 at 11:00 am in Grand Rapids (Kent County AOH John Whalen McGee Division hosting).
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February 22 - AOH Michigan State Board meeting in Grand Rapids
IMPORTANT: All state divisions (and county boards) are required to complete their Form 9 and Form 11 and pay their "per caps" to the Michigan State Board and AOH National by February 15, 2020. It's still early, but please plan accordingly.
To be a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), one must be a male, 16 years or older, be of Irish birth or descent, and be a practicing Catholic. However, any clergy need not be Irish by birth or descent. Women are welcome in the associated Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians (LAOH) as well. Need more info? Give us your email and hit the "Submit" button. We will get back to you!
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