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 IRISH NETWORK BUFFALO TO TURN NIAGARA FALLS GREEN AND RED FOR INTERNATIONAL MAYO DAY.

On Wednesday, April 15, 2015, New York State Assemblyman, Michael Kearns, announced that links have been established between Irish Network Buffalo, and Mayo County Council Enterprise, and Investment Unit. Assemblyman Kearns was very jubilant announcing the creation of new links between Western New York, and Ireland. Assemblyman Kearns, whose roots trace back to Westport, Co.…

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Frequent Flyers

Several Irish Network USA members have had their passports stamped in the past month while participating in various trade missions and conferences in Galway, Dublin and Belfast.

Deputy Consulate General of Ireland visits West Seneca to discuss sister cities

Assemblyman Michael Kearns said it was an honor to have Peter Ryan, Deputy Consul General of Ireland, in his office on Monday to discuss sister city relations with Ireland and Western New York. “We have to get Upstate New York, Western New York, and Buffalo better known to Ireland. We have a lot to offer,…

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Irish Network USA launching 18th Chapter in Buffalo, NY

Buffalo was a well known destination for a lot of Irish economic immigrants. They came after the Great Famine to work in the steel mills and large factories that were prevalent in the area. Today Buffalo boast a popular Irish feis and most recently is the place where the latest chapter addition to the Irish…

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Irish Network to strengthen links between Emerald Isle and Western New York

Association will establish Buffalo chapter to boost cultural ties By Anne Neville, News Staff Reporter & Matt Glynn, News Business Reporter The Buffalo News More than 100 people from all over the region who share a common interest in Ireland and the Irish turned out for a reception Friday night to hear about the launch of…

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