Welcome to the Major James Henry Dooley Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. We are celebrating 36 years of Friendship, Unity, and Christian Charity.

The next regular business meeting is Tuesday, October 11, 2016  at St. Paul’s Church, Chamberlayne & 909 Rennie Ave. at 7 p.m. This meeting is for members and for those applying for and approved for membership only.

Next AOH event:

September 25, 2016, Sunday AT 1 PM – Commemorate Commodore Barry Day (9/13/1803- date of death)

  • at The Columbian Center (KofC 395), 2324 Pump Rd, Henrico, VA 23233 – Family Picnic.
    Food, beverages provided by AOH. Lots of fun for all.
    Please bring a chair(s), pop-up tent and table if possible.
    Please let me know if you can volunteer to set-up, clean-up, work food tables, cook, etc.
    Bring guests who might be interested in AOH or LAOH.
    Bouncy castle for the Kids.

Click on the link below to see

Raffle Winners

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  • Patrick says:

    Who was the winner of the Dream Vacation?

  • Stephanie Marzigliano says:

    Quick Question, we bought tickets for the “trip for two to Ireland” and it said winner would be posted online March 23rd, but I can not seem to find it anywhere on here. Could you please help by letting us know who the lucky person was? Thank you!!

  • Tim says:

    Who won the 2015 30th Annual Raffle – dont see the posting of the winner…..

  • Angela Harris says:

    I was wondering where I find out who won the trip for two to Ireland Dream Vacation. I came across the raffle ticket I purchased but don’t see where the winner is posted on the site.

  • Kneeler Repair Project says:

    The Division will be repairing the kneelers at St. Paul’s on Saturday October 17th at 9 a.m. Bring a cordless drill and adjustable wrench.

  • New AOH Division forming in Richmond says:

    New AOH Division is forming on the southside of Richmond. Organizational meeting is Saturday November 7th at St. Edwards School Hall at 1 p.m. A lite lunch will be served. For information contact Paul McFadden 550-0347.

  • Division Tours USS John Barry says:

    Members of the Division tour the USS John Barry and Navy museum. Check it out under Posts.

  • Declan Hughes says:

    The Irish Veterans Memorial Project is an Irish charity dedicated to shedding light on the service of Irish men and women who served in forces outside, though not excluding, the Irish Defence Forces; to honouring their service and sacrifice; and to establishing a Memorial & Heritage Centre in Ireland to their memory. Our website may be accessed at http://www.irishveteransmemorialproject.com and includes up-to-date lists of those Irish who lost their lives in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. Information on others not yet listed is sought and welcomed. Other support, from individuals and organisations across America, is also sought and urgently needed. See website for further details.
    NOTE: among the Directors of Irish Veterans are Irishmen who served in Korea and Vietnam with both US and Australian forces.
    Declan P Hughes
    Coordinator, Irish Veterans Memorial Project
    Capel Chambers, 119 Capel Street, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland.

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