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The Emerald Society of Wisconsin, Inc. was
founded in May 1990 in order to foster and promote Irish Heritage and
Culture in the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Community in
Wisconsin. The Emerald Society is a social, fraternal, and cultural
organization. The Society is open to all members of the Law Enforcement
and Criminal Justice community who are of Irish descent, or who have an
interest in fostering and furthering that heritage. The Emerald Society
of Wisconsin is a CHARTER member of the
National Conference of Law Enforcement Emerald Societies, Inc. The
Emerald Society logo shows the state of Wisconsin, amid the Claddagh, a
symbol of honor and loyalty, the crossed gavel, sword, and key symbolize
the three branches of the Criminal Justice System (Law Enforcement,
Courts, and Corrections).
By-Laws: To get a copy of the Emerald Society of Wisconsin
(up-to-date as of 05/23/2009)
Meetings and Gatherings:
The Brendan Heart Fund of Children's
Hospital, Wisconsin, is the principal charity of the Emerald
Society of Wisconsin. We hold a fund raiser for the Brendan
Heart Fund annually on the Sunday prior to St. Patrick's Day.
This afternoon event is filled with entertainment for the whole
family. Irish Music and Dance, as well as a "Huge" Raffle, with
proceeds going to Children's Hospital.
Along with the Fund Raiser, our members are
active in all phases of the Milwaukee and Wisconsin Irish
community. St. Patrick's Day Parades, Irish Fest, the Shamrock
Club, and The Irish Cultural and Heritage Center are just some
of the activities our members participate in.
Emerald Society of Wisconsin
P. O. Box 24
- Sunday, December 15, 2013 Emerald Society
Christmas Party TBA
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This page has photos of the latest Emerald Society Activities
like the Emerald Society Christmas Party at Derry's Pub. If you would like to submit a photo, send it to
Jim Sanfilippo - Web Guy, with a caption (please identify
all parties in the photo and give the date and place the photo
was taken, and by who).
Visit some of the Emerald Society's favorite links:
Please check out the new Memorial Page (added 09/02/2009)
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