The Ancient Order of Hibernians in America is an Irish Catholic organization whose purpose is to promote friendship, unity, and Christian charity. Our mission is to assist the people of Ireland in establishing a free and united Ireland while lending aid to the sick, aged, blind, and infirmed in our community by participation in Catholic Action activities.
Black Jack Kehoe, Division 4, was founded and chartered in 1986. Over our over 30-year year history, the members of Black Jack Kehoe have been involved in providing aid and comfort to those in need in our community and beyond. Black Jack Kehoe is active many charities including the Doc Brown Hunger Project, providing food to the less fortunate during the Holiday season.
Our members are active in our community and work tirelessly to promote the ideas of Friendship, Unity, Christian Charity and a free and united Ireland. .
Chapel of Four Chaplains Legion of Honor Humanitarian Award
On Saturday, February 26, 2022
The Chapel of Four Chaplains presented their “Legion of Honor Humanitarian Award” to Brother Kevin Haney (Black Jack Kehoe Division 4). Past recipients of this prestigious award include Brother Jim McCans and Brother Brian Friel. Numerous AOH Brothers were there in support
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