Annual AOH Awards banquet

Fellow Irishmen and women! Reminder that this year, for paid AOH or LAOH members, 8 person tables (with the $100 Patron package included) are only $250!

Grab a table and a bottle for you and your friends ASAP!

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AOH & LAOH Annual Awards Banquet Celebration

Saturday February 25th, 2017 at 6 pm

German American Society Hall:

3717 South 120th St. Omaha, Ne 68144

Honoring 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner:

Monsignor James Gilg

Helped found Skutt Catholic High School, served as Superintendent of Omaha Catholic Schools and also led a consortium of elementary schools in Omaha

AOH Awards include:

● Hibernian of the Year – Shane Bretey

● AOH Newcomer of the Year – Jeremy Stone

● Presidential Awards – Brendan Riley of Dicey Riley’s and Joe Casey II

There will also be live Irish music from Dicey Riley and both Omaha Irish dance studios!

Pricing details:

-Individual tickets are $40.

-Patron packages are $100 and include 2 tickets to the banquet, 2 tickets to the AOH post parade party, and recognition in our annual program!

-8 person tables are available for the public for $275 ($250 for paid AOH/LAOH members) and also include a Patron package! (save $65!)

Bottle and full/partial domestic beer keg sponsorships start at $35 & are also available!

Contact Matt for details!

Guinness, Bud Light, Bailey’s, Power’s, Jameson, Tullamore Dew, Paddy’s, Bushmill’s, Boru vodka, Kilbeggan, Irish Mist, and others are all waiting to be sponsored!

This will be a packed and fun filled event with tables already filled and both keg and bottle sponsorships coming in, make sure to get your ticket ASAP!

Be sure to pass this email on to whomever who think would be interested, it is open to the public and the more the merrier! Lets keep up the word of mouth invites and sponsors!

Checks can be made payable to AOH and sent to:

AOH VP Matt McCarville

3355 S. 130th Ave. Cir.
Omaha, NE 68144

If you have any questions about the event or sponsoring please submit the form below to chairman, Matt McCarville:

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