Our next meeting will be held on Friday,May 25 at 8pm. Welcome aboard to new members Msgr. Weber, Walter Bentley, Martin Murphy, and Pat McGovern. Congratulations and many thanks to Monsignor O’Keefe and all the staff at St. Margaret’s; to coordinators Ed O’Dea and Kevin McNulty; to Phil and Linda Sheridan and their elves Mary O’Sullivan, Brian Booth, Teresa Morrissey and Jim Gallagher; to guest speaker Pat Moroney;and to our scholarship winners for a fantastic Communion Breakfast on April 15. Congratulations to the AOH Senior Softball Team who are in first place with a 3-0 record. They play most Sundays at 9am at Veteran’s Field and you can follow their progress on the league website, www.rocklandseniorsoftball.com. Congratulations to Terry Greenan who was named by the Irish Echo as one of the topfifty small business entrepreneurs of NYC.
Dan Callanan reports the following Good and Welfare…Please say a prayer for the repose of the souls Tom Lynch’s brother Paul,Marty Davin’s mother-in-law Patricia Riley,and Gerry Conroy’s sister Rosemary Powell. Ray Gallagher’s daughter Christine is back home from Connecticut recharging her batteries in preparation for more treatments. Dermot Moore’s father Tom is in hospicein New City, Kevin Donohue is home from the hospital and battling severe infections. Connie Smith returned from Florida and is looking and feeling great. John Gannon and Bill Ford delivered Larry McKeever to the fundraiser at Del Arte’s and the squire put on a show displaying that his brain is just great and that he still has a great sense of humor. There wasn’t a dry eye in the joint.
Please join us on May 28th for the Memorial Day Parade in Pearl River. Happy Mother’s Day to all of our wives and mothers and as always, please keep our troops in your prayers.
Yours in Friendship, Unity & Christian Charity,
Dermot O’Connor Moore, President