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Woodbridge St Patricks Day Parade 2017

Written on February 3, 2016

2017 Woodbridge Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Flag Raising Ceremony @ Town Hall is March 12, 2017 (starts at 9:00 am)

Parade is March 12, 2017 @ Woodbridge High School (steps off at 1:30 pm) Ends at Woodbridge Town Hall.
  

Our Parade Chairman is Mary White~Natale.  Contact Informationvia email at WoodbridgeIrishParade@Gmail.com.
Interested in Sponsoring and/or Marching (?), please visit this Resource Page :  Parade Applications and Sponsorship 

Our

Woodbridge St Patricks Day Parade 2017

Chairman is Daniel Harris.  Contact Information is 732-754-5970

he 2016 Parade Theme “Ireland – 100 years – Independence”.

 
2016 PARADE HONOREES

Grand Marshal – Jack Wall
Irish Woman of the Year – Pat Nixon
Irish Man of the Year – Ed McSherry
Miss American Irish – Kylie Cahill
Lady-in-Waiting – Brianne Carey Dowd
American Irish Association Inc.

PO Box 114

Iselin, NJ 08830

For More Information, Contact Ken Gardner, President

eMail: kengardnerjr@comcast.net (Tel: 732-742-0909)

 Welcome to the Web Site of the American Irish Association. We are a 45+ year old Irish civic and social organization located in central New Jersey. Membership in our group is open to any interested individuals. Please contact us at the phone number and address above for more information. Welcome to the Web Site of the American Irish Association. We are a 45+ year old Irish civic and social organization located in central New Jersey. Membership in our group is open to any interested individuals. Please contact us at the phone number and address above for more information.

Annual American Irish Association of Woodbridge Scholarship:

Awarded to Students from all Area High Schools

 

Each winner receives $200 and invited to read their winning essay at our club meeting each June.

Winners are chosen by select High Schools based upon the candidate’s outstanding character and community service along with the quality of an essay entitled, “My Irish Heritage”. Applicants must be residents of Woodbridge Township.

Scholarship applications are available in the guidance department of all Three (3) Woodbridge Township High Schools along with Bishop George Ahr High School, Cardinal McCarrick High School, Mother Seton High School, Saint Joseph High School and Mount Saint Mary Academy.

Sponsoring the Annual St. Patricks Day Parade in Woodbridge

 

Staffing volunteer nights to feed area homeless

Organizing picnics and bingos for the NJ Disabled Veterans Home

Hosting trips and other social activities, including:
1) Organized trips to Ireland
2) Foliage trips to the Catskills
3) Day trips to the Mohegan Sun and Atlantic City
4) Visits to Monmouth Race track in the summer
5) Attending special events held by other American Irish organizations in the state
6) Attending special events hosted by other civic and heritage groups
7) …and more