“The highway’s jammed with broken heroes on a last chance power drive.”
Congrats go out to one of the finest men the neighborhood has ever produced.
Martin Cottingham is being recognized for a great honor. Please read the following press release.
Greetings. I am writing to each of you as friends and/or business acquaintances of Marty Cottingham, for whom I believe you need no introduction. His ongoing work with Irish-American issues in the New York metropolitan area have been awe-inspiring, and our program is pleased that he has agreed to be honored in this our 11th year of the celebration of Irish-American culture. Martin has been especially busy in Brooklyn as a founding member of the Holy Name Foundation, a board member of La Salle Academy, and perhaps most memorably, as the chairperson of The Great Irish Fair Committee, who were responsible for resurrecting the Brooklyn Irish Fair in Coney Island in 2007.
Martin has also worked with former Governor Pataki in serving on the New York State Real Estate Board.
All right. You may be saying that I’m preaching to the choir at this point. So be it. I hope that you will join us in honoring Martin Cottingham.
Our event is worth attending. The food and drink are superb; the company peerless and the music’s always a special part of the evening. You will be helping to support a worthwhile endeavor. If you would like to know more about what we do, please go to http://www.irishamericanstudies.com. If you have any questions about the event or taking out an ad, please feel free to call us at 718-960-6722.