Welcome to the Official Site for the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Myles Scully, Division One of Yonkers, New York! We are the oldest and largest Irish-American Organization in the United States, and we are dedicated to live by our organization's motto, "FRIENDSHIP, UNITY and CHRISTIAN CHARITY." The Yonkers Division was established on November 1, 1891. Thanks for visiting and we hope you enjoy our new and improved site!


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Sunday, October 19, 2014

The 3rd Annual Chilly Hilly 5k Run/Walk of Yonkers

AOH Yonkers Supports The 3rd Annual Chilly Hilly 5k Run/Walk

And They're Off!  Over 500 runners take part in Chilly Hilly 5k Run

     The North Yonkers Scholarship Foundation held its 3rd Annual Chilly Hilly 5k Run/Walk this past weekend, and The AOH Yonkers Division #1 was once again proud to help sponsor the event!  Over 500 runners enjoyed a beautiful sunny day all while helping to raise money for a very worthy cause.

Tom Goff, James Walsh, and Tom Allison at The AOH Water Station
     This year, the event was to help support The Special Program and Resource Connection of Yonkers (SPARC).   SPARC enhances the lives of people with developmental disabilities through high quality therapeutic recreation activities. Participants work on skill development in a nurturing social community that does not otherwise exist in their lives.  SPARC provides active, challenging, and interesting recreation for people with special needs, as well as respite for their families. The SPARC specialists use enjoyable, goal-oriented activities as steps towards overcoming obstacles and developing behavioral, functional and life skill goals.

Runners Down Palisade Ave. in The Chilly Hilly 5k Run

     Division One members are actively involved in helping to organize and run the event.  Many members and their families have participated in the run every year, while others helped run one of the many waters stations along the route.

All Ready for the Start of The Chilly Hilly 5k Run

     Congratulations to all the runners, volunteers and especially to the members of The North Yonkers Scholarship Foundation!  To learn more about The Special Program and Resource Connection and how you can help them, please visit their website at:


Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Yonkers AOH Honored by American Irish Association of Westchester

AOH of Yonkers Honored for Charities Work at American Irish Assoc. Awards Dinner

The Irish Community Service Award

     The A.O.H. Myles Scully Division #1 of Yonkers was honored for its Charities and Missions Program by The American Irish Association of Westchester at it’s 40th Anniversary Dinner Dance that was held at The Fairways at Dunwoodie on October 5th

The Awards Dinner at The Fairways at Dunwoodie Golf Course in Yonkers

     Over 150 people were in attendance to mark 40 years of community service provided by The American Irish Society, which was founded in 1974.  The Ancient Order of Hibernians has enjoyed a close working relationship with the A.I.A. since its inception.

Group Photo of All the Honorees at The AIA Dinner Dance

     There were other award recipients honored at the event as well.  Congressman Elliot Engel and Congresswoman Nita Lowey were honored for their political advocacy in Irish issues, particularly when it came to their support for peace and justice in the North of Ireland.  The McLean Avenue Merchant’s Association was presented with an Irish Business Enterprise Award, and Lifetime A.I.A. member Kitty Geissler was presented with a Lifetime Service Award.

Kevin Ellis Accepting the Award on Behalf of the Division

     The A.O.H. was presented with The Irish Community Service Award for the organization’s charity and volunteer work that members perform each year.  The Yonkers Division #1 was able to donate over $25,000 to charity in 2013, while registering over 1,600 volunteer hours performed by its membership.  Division One President Kevin Ellis stressed that the Division’s achievements were a result of a collective effort. “The success of our Charities Program is the result of the tremendous dedication and work of all of our members”, said Ellis, “This award is something that they can all take pride in.”

AOH Division One was presented with The Irish Community Service Award

     President Ellis also spoke about how both the A.O.H. and the A.I.A. have benefited in the past from dedicated members such as John Carey and James McGinty, who had served as leaders in both organizations.  These remarkable Irishmen men set the example that we strive to match each and every day”, said Ellis, “We owe John and Jim a tremendous amount of thanks for the success that our organizations enjoy today.”

Division One Members with AIA Service Award

Monday, October 6, 2014

Annual Respect Life Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Hibernians Celebrate Respect Life Sunday with Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

The AOH & The Sisters of Life Co-Sponsor The Respect life Mass
      Members of The Ancient Order of Hibernians from the Greater New York Area gathered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City to celebrate Respect Life Sunday at The Annual Respect Life Mass on Sunday October 5th.  The AOH, along with the Sisters of Life are co-sponsors of the annual event.

Tom Beirne, Jere Cole, Tom McKenna, Mary Hogan, Mike Flynn & Vic Vogel

      AOH National Secretary Jere Cole and LAOH National President Mary Hogan lead the procession of over 100 Hibernians who were warmly welcomed by Msgr. Robert T, Ritchie the Pastor of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.  Msgr. Ricthie thanked the Hibernians for their past and ongoing support for the dignity and protection of all Human Life.

Msgr. Robert T, Ritchie Welcomes the AOH to St. Patrick's Cathedral

      Division One of Yonkers had 15 members attend the event, and were honored to participate in an event that stresses respect for all human life, from conception until natural death.

AOH District Director Mike Flynn with Larry McCrudden, Denis O'Brien & Kenny O'Brien

      After the mass, the AOH attended a breakfast that was sponsored by the AOH New York County Board at Maggie’s Place.  AOH New York County President Tom Beirne thanked all those who attended the event, and noted that more and more members are participating in The Respect Life Mass every year.

AOH Procession Leaving St. Patrick's Cathedral After Mass

For More Information about The Sisters of Life and the wonderful work that they do, please visit their website at:


Father Eric Raaser

Kevin Ellis

Vice President
Jim Walsh

Recording Secretary

Robert Eggen

Financial Secretary
Dan Mulvey

Mike Morley

Chairman Standing

Dennis O'Brien

Ronan O'Brien

Scott McGown



Mailing Address:

A.O.H. Myles Scully
Division One
P.O. Box 1020
Yonkers, NY 10703

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