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Members • AOH Cape May County Div. 2 • All Irish Martyrs

United by heritage, strengthened by faith

ST. COLMAN'S CATHEDRAL: This striking Gothic Revival cathedral, completed in 1915, overlooks Cobh, County Cork. It is a lasting testament to the era's architectural craftsmanship.

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Members Only Exclusive Access

Please log in to our password-protected portal to access meeting minutes, documents, and other exclusive Club resources.

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Online Membership Renewal & Dues

Conveniently renew your Club Membership and pay your annual dues securely with Stripe, our new preferred payment gateway.

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Members Only Club Events


AOH CMC Div2 is considering holding a Darts Night for Members Only. Please check back for dates and times.

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Become A

We warmly invite all to join the finest Irish Catholic Organization in the world. Full Membership is open to Catholics of Irish birth or descent, while Associate Membership welcomes individuals of all backgrounds and beliefs.

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Monthly Irish History Highlight

This May, we observe the anniversary of the United Irishmen Rebellion, which began on May 22, 1798. This pivotal movement originated in Belfast, advocating for parliamentary reform and quickly escalating into a significant revolt against British rule, deeply influencing Ireland's pursuit of independence.

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Officers & General Meetings

Officers Meetings:

1st Thursday of Every Month

7:00 PM

General Meetings:

3rd Thursday of Every Month

7:00 PM


15 Lyndhurst Rd.

Marmora, NJ 08223

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