Hooligans Getting Geared Up


New Hooligan Barrett Hobbs (L) was sworn in by Hooligans founder Ted Potter (center left). Other new Hooligans Tee Gorham (center right) and Dart Gore (R) also were sworn in and attended a welcoming dinner. Not present was restauranteur Doug Crow who is also a newly inducted member.

Hooligans: Time’s A-Wastin’! The Loyal Royal Secret Order of Hooligans celebrates their 36th annual St. Patrick’s Day brunch at Al Menah Shrine Temple at 1354 Brick Church Pike on Saturday March 11. Poteen at 10, brunch at 11 a.m, and observations at 11:45 a.m.  Hooligans raises money for charitable causes every year at their St. Patrick’s Day breakfast in March. Get your tickets now – $25. Call Joe Hobbs at 615-885-1540 or Adam Dread at 615-300-7666.

The Hooligans will welcome four new members this St. Patrick’s Day. Hooligan Adam Dread notes Barrett Hobbs is a third generation Hooligan since Joe Hobbs is his father and John A. Hobbs is his grandfather.

Founding Hooligan Ted Potter presented other 2017 Hooligans: Dart Gore of the Circuit Court Clerk office; Attorney Tee Gorham who ran a 2014 “practice” race for the judiciary and restauranteur Doug Crow, who owns Crow’s Nest, a top Green Hills sports bar.


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