County Cork B.P.& P. Association of NY
Welcome to the NY County Cork Website
NY Cork Association ® 33-01 Greenpoint Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
President - Treasa Goodwin Smyth
Chaplain. Fr. James Drew
1st VP - Gary Power
2nd VP - Martina O'Dowd
Recording Sec. - Kathy McCarthy
Corresponding Sec. - Eileen O'Hea
Financial Secretary - Kathy Feeley
Sergeant at Arms - Larry Finn
Treasurer - Catherine O'Shea
The Association is Cork people's home away from home in New York. Founded in 1884 the Association has been bringing Irish people together through the centuries to promote unity, good will and protection among its members and to foster their culture and traditions. The need for the Cork Association today is as good as it was when founded by the men from Cork City. The Association continues to do good work for the Irish in New York ,as well as, supporting various charitable events back home in County Cork.
We always are on the lookout for people with Cork roots to join and further strengthen the Association. If you are interested please contact us for more information.
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October 14th , 2018
YRNG - How to Defuse a Bomb Fundraiser @ 3PM Cork Hall
November 4th, 2018
General Membership Meeting
On August 11th, 2018 the Cork Association held it's biennial dance in Rochestown Park Hotel honoring Dolores Casey and Niall Cahalane. Pictures from the event have been made available to view on this website on the photos page and can be accessed by clicking here.
Cork August 2018 - Biennial Dance Photos
YRNG - How to Defuse a Bomb Fundraiser
The Young Rebel Networking Group is hosting their first event at our Hall: a screening of a documentary about one of our members, the well-known Denis Mulcahy. How to Defuse A Bomb: The Project Children Story will be shown at 3pm on Sunday, October 14th. Admission is $20.00 with all proceeds going to support the Mercy Hospital in Cork City.
The hospital was founded in1857 and provided much-needed help for the poor of Cork. What began as a 40-bed hospital staffed by four of the Sisters of Mercy is now a 314-bed university hospital and the 2nd largest in Cork.
For more information click here.