thisistheBronX TV went live on Facebook right after the Bronx Chamber of Commerce honored six Irish Bronxites on March 15, 2018 at the Rambling House in Woodlawn. Featured is an interview with one of the honorees, newly appointed NYPD Chief of Deparment Terrence Monaghan.
The guests feasted on traditional Irish foods and cheered the six awardees who were selected for their contributions to the Bronx.
Bronx Chamber Irish Heritage Awardees:
- Chief Terrence Monaghan, NYPD Chief of Department
- Noreen L. O’Donoghue, Founding member of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center, Woodlawn
- Michael P. McNerney, Country Club Civic Association
- Martin Galvin, NYC Chairman of Freedom for All Ireland – AOH
- Kevin Alter, Senior VP, Dougert Management Corp.
- Brian Murphy, NYC Transit Maintenance Supervisor (ret.)
The Bronx Chamber of Commerce
Founded in 1894, The Bronx Chamber of Commerce is one of the most influential, professional and successful organizations and voice for over 30,000 businesses in Bronx County. Professionals and companies are drawn to the successful companies and active members affiliated with The Bronx Chamber of Commerce. Membership includes businesses ranging from large corporations, cultural institutions, universities and colleges, hospitals and medical centers, non-profits, and mid-sized to small companies.
For more information on the Bronx Chamber of Commerce, call (718) 828-3900 or join online at: www.BronxChamber.org. Become a member of the Bronx Chamber of Commerce.