2nd Annual Kevin Shaughnessy Memorial Scholarship Presentation

The Ancient Order of Hibernians Paul “Hook” O’Malley Division 4 held the second annual Kevin Shaughnessy Memorial Scholarship Presentation at Saint Patrick’s Church.

Two students from All Saints Academy were selected to receive a $500 scholarship each to attend Holy Cross High School. The recipients were Carson Shrive and Harmony Ritter.

Shown from left: Rob Fletcher, Atty. Sean Gallagher, Robert Sherry, Joseph Shaughnessy, brother of the late Kevin Shaughnessy; Jimmy Foley, Mark McDade, scholarship recipient Carsen Shrive being presented with scholarship check from the AOH by President Patrick O’Malley, Vice President Michael Robinson, Father Richard Fox of St. Patrick’s Parish, who is also chaplain of the division and current 2020 and 2021 Man of the Year, and John Fletcher.

Free Drive-in Movie Night Set for March 13th

The Paul “Hook” O’Malley Ancient Order of Hibernians Division #4 will present a free movie night at the Circle Drive-In on Saturday, March 13.  The doors will open at 5:15 p.m.  “The Quiet Man” will begin at 6:15 p.m., followed by the movie “Rudy”.

Shown from left: Rob Sherry, John Fletcher, Father Richard Fox, Bob McAndrew, Dave Castelli, general manager of the Circle Drive-In; Mark McDade, Kevin Donovan, Keith Oleski, Joseph Holland, Michael Robinson, Jerry Murray, Rob Fletcher, and Patrick O’Malley, president.

AOH Helps Charity Groups Stay Afloat During Pandemic

The AOH Paul “Hook” O’Malley Division Four has been donating to numerous charitable organizations during the pandemic. 

The organization understands that our community needs more help now than ever and we are there to help meet those needs. 

Whether it is a food pantry or a shelter, our division will make every effort possible to meet the needs of Lackawanna County’s residents.

Shown from left: Treasurer Joe Holland, President Patrick O’Malley presenting a $500 check to Amy Everetts, the Director of Development for the Women’s Resource Center; Father Richard Fox of St. Patrick’s Church and AOH Chaplain, and member Mark McDade.