Dear Irish American Business Chamber & Network, Inc. Members,
I am nervous and honored to participate in the Delco Gaels‘ 2019 8th Annual Dancing Like a Star Competition and fundraiser at the Springfield Country Club on February 22, 2019. This event will again help fund the Delaware County Gaels Youth Athletic Club, one of the largest clubs in America promoting the Irish Culture to children through our Gaelic Sports. Dancing like a Star helps raise funds for the entire club and is a fantastic social night for all the adults that attend.
I am dancing this year with Amy Wegner, a much more accomplished dancer than me, but has the patience to guide me through some difficult steps! We need your help with the fundraising section and hopefully come home to cheer me on. Our great choreographers will help me with the dancing, as well as getting help from my 11-year-old daughter and Amy.
Thank you to Irish Baseball Society for connecting with the Irish Chamber!
Irish American Baseball Society is a non-profit organization that is bringing together Irish American baseball fans, as well as players, coaches, and baseball executives, across the USA.
Membership in IABS organization is free and they are currently planning several events throughout the Northeast. Stay tuned for more details!
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TRADE MISSION TO IRELAND
Littus, a newly launched soft landing platform based in Philadelphia, is leading a trade mission to Ireland for Philadelphia area government official and service providers interested in supporting Foreign Direct Investment from Ireland into the region.
Trade mission Outline:
Dates: March 4 – 7, 2019
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Click HERE for more details.
Irish American Films will be exhibiting “The History of The Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade” and “The Cut: The Journey of The Men and Women of Duffy’s Cut” on Television and the internet throughout the month of March!
They are looking for sponsors/underwriters for the TV exhibitions and world wide web exhibition. Sponsors funds help subsidize the production cost of their Irish Philadelphia documentary series.
They have a Go Fund Me page for contributions for the production and DVD sales page:
Irish Themed Documentary DVD’s link:
Please help support Irish Themed Programming so that Irish American Films can continue producing Irish Themed documentaries which reflective positively on our cultural history.
Any interested parties can contact Bob Charger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 267-702-8896,