General William Thompson, Cumberland County Division II of the AOH

The General William Thompson, Cumberland County Division II Division of the Ancient Order of  Hibernians was founded in 2001 and is located in Carlisle, PA. We meet at 6:30, the fourth Wednesday of every month at Saint Patrick’s Shrine Church, Pomfret St Carlisle.

We participate in several community, charitable and faith centered projects and activities every year.

In Honor of Our Lady of Knock, Picnic at Saint Eleanor Regina August 16, 2015

In Honor of Our Lady of Knock, Picnic at Saint Eleanor Regina August 16, 2015

Presidential Volunteer Award Ceremony

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Rosary Service outside of Saint Patrick Church Marsh Drive, in support of Right to life and Unborn.

 

Photo by Jason Malmont, Carlisle Sentinel Ancient Order Of Hibernians local president Tom Kane, left, and recording secretary Bill Irwin, right, display one of their mayoral proclamation naming March as Irish American Heritage Month for the Borough Of Carlisle. The grave site of Brigadier General William Thompson, first Colonel of the U.S. Army, is seen in the background and is located at the Old Town Cemetery, Carlisle.

We are a Faith and Heritage based organization and our dedication to the Church and each other is unwavering. We are proud of our membership and invite you to join us as we grow in our Faith and heritage through:

Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity.”

Our aim is to support the Church, our Brothers in the organization, our community and those in need. We seek to improve the human condition of those in need, so others may not suffer as our ancestors did.