The American-Irish Association of Central Jersey is an organization that is open to all who are of Irish descent and to all who love the Irish. We will be meeting on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, at 7:00pm, at La Familia Restaurant, 671 Harris Avenue, in Middlesex, NJ. Please come and join us as we share a casual meal and plan our upcoming activities. As an organization, we endeavor to promote Irish culture, to assist those who are in need and to extend a hand of friendship to all. Please stop in and meet us! If you will be joining us, please let our President, Joan McNichol, know, in order to give an accurate head count to the restaurant. Joan may be reached at (732)744-4153. Inquiries may also be directed to Joan or to our vice-President, John Blaney, who may be reached at (98)255-8393.
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