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Welcome from
Division President
John Boyle

The Officers and Brothers of the Broward #2 Division invite you to join us.

We are the Oldest and Largest Irish-American Catholic Organization in the United States. Our Hibernian way stems back to Ireland more than 350 years.

Join us as we practice and celebrate our Irish Heritage and Culture,  support a United Ireland, and promote our Holy Catholic Church.


- Upcoming Activities -

State Board Meeting April 28th
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Next Division Meeting
MAY 21, 2012  7:30 P.M
The Field Irish Pub


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Division Formation

5 December 2011 Broward County , FL.- Following the diligent and tireless efforts of Florida State Organizer John Pesce, the second Broward County, Fl AOH Division was realized.

The Field Irish Pub in Dania Beach (South Florida) was the site of the proceedings. The applicants were gathered and addressed by members of the State Board. Each Board Member talked about Hibernian History, the AOH service to the Catholic Church and Ireland, our State and National Objectives along with their years in the AOH and the responsibilities of each potential office.

Reverend Father Jeffrey McCormick
Installed as Division Chaplain

17 March 2012, Broward County, FL - On this great day of honor to Saint Patrick, the glorious Apostle of Ireland, Reverend Father Jeffrey(FR. Jeff) Mc Cormick, Pastor of Saint Maximilian Kolbe Parish in Pembroke Pines, Florida, while saying 8:00 A.M, MASS, gave tribute to our Lord JESUS CHRIST and his Apostle of Ireland, Saint Patrick, before the entire congregation.

Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity in Broward County.
Charter 2012


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Fire Station Dedicted

Friday March 30th 2012 - In  a ceremony that included his Parents and Family, fellow Firefighters, City Officials and Law enforcement from several departments Fireman William J. Elliott was immortalized at the station where he died.

Better known as Bill, the fireman fell 100ft to his death from atop an ariel fire truck during a training excersise at the station. He was the first Pompano, FL fireman to die in the line of duty.  

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