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Anne Anderson Becomes First Female Member of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick

Irish Ambassador Anne Anderson became the first women to be inducted into the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, an organization that has had an exclusively male membership since it was founded in Philadelphia in 1771. Twenty other women were also admitted as members at the Friendly Son’s 245th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Gala on Saturday,Read more..

Weekly Comment:
Anne Anderson’s Remarks
on her Induction to the
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick

Irish Ambassador Anne Anderson became the first women ever to be inducted into the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick last weekend, an organization that has had an exclusively male membership since it was founded in Philadelphia in 1771. Twenty other women were also given full membership at the Friendly Son’s 245th Annual St. Patrick’s DayRead more..

Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
Induct Anne Anderson

Irish Ambassador to the U.S. Anne Anderson will become the first female member of the Philadelphia chapter of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, an honorary role, at a St. Patrick’s Day dinner this year. The occasion marks the first time any chapter of the Friendly Sons has allowed a woman to be a member.Read more..

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Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Inducts First Female Member

Two hundred and forty five years after it was founded, the Philadelphia chapter of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick will induct it’s first female member, Irish Ambassador to the U.S. Anne Anderson. Anderson will become the chapter’s first female member, an honorary role, at a St. Patrick’s Day dinner next year, where she willRead more..