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Nine to be inducted into Irish American Hall of Fame

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The Chicago-based Irish American Hall of Fame will induct 8 new members at a black tie ceremony hosted by MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell on June 1.

Those receiving the honor include:

James Cagney, Bing Crosby (above) and F. Scott Fitzgerald, Arts and Humanities
Daniel Rooney, Business & Industry
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Public Service
Gene Tunney, Sports
Monsignor Ignatius McDermott, Religion
Archbishop John Carroll, Education
Colonel Eileen Collins, Science

The Irish American Hall of Fame was founded, in 2010, by members of the Irish American Heritage Center. For more information about the hall of fame, as well as the induction ceremony, click here.

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I've attended this event in the past. It's a "Who's Who" in the Irish American community. They have quite the lineup this year and I really love the events at the Irish American Heritage Center. I'm dusting off my tuxedo!

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