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The Gaelic Quatrain -- Students, Sharpen Your Pencils

Posted on January 23, 2017 at 6:00pm 1 Comment

IRISH SOCIETY WRITING CONTEST

The Irish Cultural Society announces its annual writing contest for students in the 9th through 12th grades in the Nassau County high schools. …

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Happy 20th Anniversary!

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Easter Rising the Focus of Irish Cultural Society Writing Contest

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The Irish Cultural Society has announced its annual writing contest for students in the 9th through 12th grades in Nassau County (NY) high schools.  The materials describing the contest have been mailed to the English Departments…

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The Irish in Baseball

Posted on September 14, 2014 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Those attending the Irish Cultural Society meeting in the Garden City Library on September 10, 2014 now know how baseball got its term “pinch hitter.”  When John McGraw was asked why he signed the over-the-hill player Mike (Turkey Mike) Donlon to the team, McGraw explained that Turkey Mike was good in a…

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At 12:00pm on August 21, 2013,
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Valerie Lapin Ganley
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Hello John,

Thank you for your speedy response to my message.  

Now you've got me curious about your correspondence with Begin. I believe Begin and Briscoe had differences of opinion when it came to tactics. Did his response suggest that?

My apologies for such a curt request to you. Since I didn't have an email address for you, I relied on the Friend Request format which only allows 200 characters. I had hoped to tell you more about Shalom Ireland and what we had in mind.

If you'd like to continue our dialogue, my email address is Valerie@ShalomIreland.com. (You can check out the film too at www.ShalomIreland.com .)

Best wishes,

Valerie

At 1:35pm on September 4, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

John, go raibh maith agat for sending me that fascinating article about the heritage of Ireland's Jewry, and the letter sent to you by Menachem Begin. I hope you might consider posting on WG that article and the copy of the remarkable dialogue. Ger

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