Giving thanks.

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation
is not to utter words, but to live by them.” — John F. Kennedy

This month’s theme is gratitude. I am so grateful that I am bursting with appreciation.
Thank you to our employees -Angela, Jennifer, and Ligia.
Thank you to our Wawona Gates employees- Joe, Bob, Joe, Caitlin and Ronan.
Thank you to all who have renewed their membership
Thank you for becoming a new member.
Thank you for your kind donations in the Saint Patrick’s Appeal.
Thank you to Tom McKeon and John Ring for leading the Saint Patrick’s Appeal Fundraiser.
Thank you to a dedicated board who have devoted hundreds of hours for the last 8 months in keeping the doors of the Center open.
Thank you to all the volunteers who have supported the Wawona Gates.
Thank you to the Irish dance schools and musicians that have come out to the Gates and helped make things feel “normal”.
Thank you to Molly and Mark for your commitment to the Wawona Gates.
Thank you to our Irish Shoppe keeper Josephine.
Thank you to our 2020 food partners: Knights Catering, Guerra’s, Millbrae Pancake house, Espotos,
City Forest Catering (Ron Dumont), La Corneta, and Java Beach
Thank you to the Irish clubs and organizations that continue to support the UICC.
Join us at Wawona Gates during November as we honor “National RedHead Day” during the first
weekend of the month, “First Responders Appreciation” weekend on Nov. 13th through the 15th.
We have a local Food Bank Drive the weekend of 20th – 22nd, Homecoming Nite on Wednesday,
Nov. 25th and look for a Christmas Retail Boutique in December!

We have a packed November and December – please check out our website, Irish Herald Ad, Emails, social media and join us. Remember it is not too late to become a member, renew your membership or make a donation. Every dollar counts.

Finally, On behalf of all of us here at the United Irish Cultural Center we would like to am wish everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving Holiday season!

With much appreciation,
Anne Cassidy Carew, President of the UICC