MURPHY IRISH ARTS ASSOCIATION

WHO 

WE ARE

The Murphy Irish Arts Association (MIAA) is a non-profit organization, registered as a 501(c)(3) with the Internal Revenue Service, that supports the Murphy Irish Arts Center and its dancers.  The purpose for which the Murphy Irish Arts Association was formed is to promote Irish heritage as a family organization. The MIAA has a volunteer Board of Directors who are elected by the members of the Association.  Membership in the association is composed of parents of dancers, and in the case of adult dancers, the dancers themselves.  The Association helps the dancers in many ways, including fundraising to subsidize some of the cost of costuming, travel, competition, summer camps and equipment.  The organization also plans annual social activities, such as the Ceili in February, and other events, like family picnics or social outings.

WHAT WE SUPPORT

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And More!

FUNDRAISING

St. Patrick's Day Parade

Costuming

Day Camp 

Overnight Camp

Instructor from Ireland, Michael Ryan, ADCRG

Murphy Family Picnic

Bus Trips

& Travel

Anniversary

& Alumni Events

Spirit Wear

Cleveland Feis Sponsorship

One World

Day

Annual Ceili Weekend

Mum Sale

Poinsettia

Sale

Membership Dues

President: Cory McNamara (miaapresident@gmail.com)

Vice-President: Gigi Harrison

Corresponding Secretary: Carly Martin 

Recording Secretary: Kathy Manning

Treasurer: Colleen Hogan (miaatreasurer@gmail.com)

Members-at-Large:  Shanna Botos, Angela Miniard, Melanie Kangas, Yvette Slusarski, and Katy Moran

Trustees: Maureen Gregory and Maureen Cavanaugh 

MEET THE BOARD

Murphy Irish Arts Center || EST. 1978

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