The O’Donoghue Society Council renewed

In the last quarter we have gone through a transformation of the Council and the roles each Council member performs. Formed in March 2014, the Council manages the development and operation of the society.¬†Each member has a specific role but contributes to the whole. Our brief is Act as a leadership team to plan the […]

What’s going on in The O’Donoghue Society?

My periodic update, in shorthand, on our progress.  In the June email I covered the results of our March survey.  Projects and volunteering After the survey we set up a number of projects.  Here’s three: Laura Bravo, Truman Donoho, Dee Gilmore-Stewart and I will be working on a 12 point programme to improve our communications […]

What’s going on in The O’Donoghue Society?

My periodic update, in shorthand, on our progress.  In this email I will concentrate on the results of our March survey.  5% of the emailing list responded.  I believe 10-15% is to be expected from surveys of this sort so we were well down this time.  In 2014 we achieved 8%. We asked for the […]

March Survey suggestions on how to improve the society with responses

These are the suggestions made by contributors to this survey. I have not shown individual contributors’ names but if anyone wants to get in touch with one just let me know.  Every one of these inputs has been considered and we are doing our best to follow through Members – No doubt difficult to encourage […]

What’s going on in The O’Donoghue Society?

WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE O’DONOGHUE SOCIETY? My periodic update, in shorthand, on our progress Highlights since July – October journal published.  Some really good articles O’Donoghues in Onondaga: Fighting in the Courthouse Third Battle of Ypres centenary: Remembering the O’Donoghue Ilford brothers killed at Passchendaele Another O’Donoghue in Annascaul “There’s Magic in Ireland” By […]