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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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INUSA Proud to Welcome President Higgins to Chicago

Invited by University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy to deliver the 2014 King Abdullah II Annual Leadership Lecture on May 12, President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins laid out a holistic approach to addressing complex global challenges, emphasizing specifically the interconnectivity of economics, ethics, immigration and the environment.   “Ireland Network Chicago was…

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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 NEW ORLEANS ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Two Local High School Students to Attend University College Dublin High School Summer Program New Orleans, LA– Irish Network New Orleans (IN-NOLA), a chapter of Irish Network USA (INUSA), announced recently that local high school students Helene Lovette and Holly Smith were this year’s winners of IN-NOLA’s annual scholarship contest. Selected from more than 20 applicants,…

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IN-NOLA to host Famine Commemoration Gala at Gallier Hall on Saturday November 8, 2014.

http://www.irishnetworkneworleans.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1065837&eventId=856866&EventViewMode=EventDetails New Orleans has been selected by the Irish Government to host the 2014 International Irish Famine Commemoration (IFC) which will honor New Orleans’ Irish and celebrate the triumph of Famine survivors in the face of tremendous adversity with several activities scheduled November 6th through November 9th. Previously selected cities include New York, Sydney, Liverpool…

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