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2009 Northern Westchester Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

Saturday March 14th, 2009 at 2 p.m.

 

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The A.O.H. Division 16, and Ladies A.O.H. Division 16 are proud to announce that the 19th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will be held on Saturday March 14, 2009 at 2 p.m. on Main St. in Mount Kisco, N.Y. The celebration is Mount Kisco's traditional St. Patrick's Day Parade. A  solemn mass will be held prior to the parade at St. Francis of Assisi Church at 11:30 a.m. in Mount Kisco, NY.

Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 16 The parade will start on Main St. and Moore Avenue and end at South Moger Ave. and Green St. in Mount Kisco, NY. The parade Grand Marshal will be Thomas Singleton a long time resident of Mount Kisco. Tom is a well-known and well-respected attorney who shares a law office with his son Whitney Singleton in Mount Kisco under the name of Singleton and Singleton. Tom and his wife Patricia, a clinical psychologist, have a daughter, Dr. Lauren Singleton Winston, who is also a clinical psychologist. Tom has spent most of his life living in Mount Kisco and Bedford Hills.

He is an active member of Frank PL Fox Division 16 A.O.H., past commander of Moses Taylor Jr. Post 136, American Legion, Mount Kisco Lions Club, and many other civic and Irish American groups.

The Hibernian of the Year will be Dana John Hickey. Dana is past president of AOH division 16, current Financial Secretary and a member since 2002. Dana is an active member of Sisqua Council Knights of Columbus and volunteers with the St. Francis of Assisi homeless shelter and the Holy Trinity Homeless Shelter located at West 82nd Street in New York City.

The Friend of the Hibernians will be Michael Whalen. Michael's grandmother came from County Carlow, Ireland. Mike is the son of the late William Whalen, Jr. and Elinor Whalen who were the former owners of Whalen Movers, a long-term business in Mount Kisco. His father Bill was a past president of the AOH Division 16 and former Grand Marshal of our annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade. Mike is a former Mount Kisco resident who served the community in a number of ways. Mike was a member of the Rotary Club, Cub Scouts, Fox Lane Sports Club and served several years on the Mount Kisco Planning Board. Mike and his family have been generous supporters of our annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.

The parade will feature over sixty marching groups such as military reenactment groups, marching bands, antique cars, antique NYC Police cars, Irish bagpipe bands and dancers, and many community organizations.

The A.O.H. Division 16 is a non-profit organization formed on September 13, 1891 and is comprised of practicing Roman Catholic men and women of Irish descent living in the northern Westchester County area.

The parade is more than an ethnic celebration; it is also an event, which is a source of pride and enjoyment for all area residents. Several thousand people line the streets to enjoy the parade march. The result is a benefit to area businesses and a positive image for our northern Westchester community. For further information or an application contact President William McCormack email- wfmccormack@optonline.net or visit our website at www.AOHDIV16.org.

The A.O.H. Division 16, and Ladies A.O.H. Division 16 are proud to announce that the 19th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Saturday March 14, 2009 at 1 p.m. on Main St. in Mount Kisco, N.Y. The celebration is northern Westchester County’s traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade. A solemn mass will be held prior to the parade at St. Francis of Assisi Church at 11:30 a.m. in Mount Kisco, NY.

The parade will start on Main St. and Moore Avenue and end at South Moger Ave. and Green St. in Mount Kisco, NY.

A journal is always printed to help underwrite the expenses of the parade. To place an advertisement in the journal, click here for our Journal Ad Form.  Contact John Flynn at (914) 666-4840 or email him at vnmix@webtv.net for more information.

The parade is more than an ethnic celebration; it is also an event which is a source of pride and enjoyment for all area residents. Several thousand people line the streets to enjoy the parade march. The result is a benefit to area businesses and a positive image for our northern Westchester community.

 

 

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The 32nd annual Putnam Northern Westchester St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 9th, 2008 at 2:00. (It is always held on the second Sunday in March) It will take place on Route 6 in Mahopac between the Mahopac Firehouse and K-Mart. It is the third largest parade in New York State. So pack up the family and join us that day rain or shine!!

 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS, FRANK H. FOX , DIVISION 16

P.O. BOX 473 MOUNT KISCO, NY 10549 www.AOHDiv16.org

he A.O.H. Division 16, and Ladies A.O.H. Division 16 is proud to announce that the 15th annual Northern Westchester County St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held in Mount Kisco, NY on Saturday March 11, 2006 at 2 p.m.  A solemn mass will be held prior to the parade at St. Francis of Assisi Church at 11:30 a.m. in Mount Kisco, NY. The parade will start on Main St. and Moore Avenue and end at South Moger Avenue and Green St. in Mount Kisco, NY.

The parade Grand Marshal will be Christopher J. Hurley. Chris has been an A.O.H. member since 1881, and a volunteer firefighter with the Bedford Hills F.D. since 1880. Chris is a Commander with the U.S. Naval Reserves, having served eleven (11) years active duty since 1882.  

The Hibernian of the Year will be Helen Cranley. Helen is a long time resident of Mount Kisco, a devoted parishioner of St. Francis Church, and active with Mount Kisco seniors and Hospice Care. The Friend of the Hibernians will be Congesswoman Sue Kelly. During Congresswoman Kelly’s years in office she has promoted resolutions that support the peace process in Northern Ireland, condemn human rights abuses, oppose anti-Irish and anti- Catholic bigotry, and address immigration and pending deportee issues. Congresswoman Kelly co-sponsored the law enacting the Irish Peace Process and Cultural Training Program and the resolution recognizing American Revolution hero, Commodore John Barry as the first flag officer of the U.S. Navy.   

 The Installation of the Grand Marshal will be on February 27, 2006 at 2 p.m. at the American Legion in Mount Kisco, NY. The parade will feature over sixty-five marching groups such as military reenactment groups and associations, military marching bands, antique cars, Irish bagpipe bands and dancers, and many community organizations. On Saturday March 11, 2006 at 7 p.m. the Division will host the annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner at the American Legion Route 117 Mount Kisco, N.Y. In honor of the annual “Hibernian Hunger Project” the Division will collect canned food to donate to a local food pantry in remembrance of the Great Hunger in Ireland. 

 The A.O.H. Division 16 is a non profit organization formed on September 11, 1891 and is comprised of practicing Roman Catholic men of Irish descent living in the northern Westchester County area. The A.O.H. has donated over $110,320.00 to area community organizations since 1892.A journal will be printed to help underwrite the expenses of the parade. To place an advertisement in the journal please contact Chairman John Flynn at 914-666-4767,fax-666-4957 or email-jflynn100@aol.com.The parade is more than an ethnic celebration, it is also an event which is a source of pride and enjoyment for all area residents. Several thousand people line the streets to enjoy the parade march. The result is a benefit to area businesses and a positive image for our northern Westchester community. For further information or an application contact President Dana J. Hickey at 914-536-9991 or email dhickey@aohdiv16.org. 

The A.O.H. Division 16, and Ladies A.O.H. Division 16 is proud to announce that the 14th annual Northern Westchester County St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Saturday March 11, 2006 at 2 p.m.  A solemn mass will be held prior to the parade at St. Francis of Assisi Church at 11:30 a.m. in Mount Kisco, NY.

The parade will start on Main St. and Moore Avenue and end at Main St. and Green St. in Mount Kisco, NY. The parade Grand Marshall will be Thomas Foley. Tom has been a member of the A.O.H. for over thirty years and is very active in Irish American causes. The Hibernian of the Year will be Molly Healy. Molly is a long time resident of Mount Kisco, a devoted parishioner of St. Francis Church, and active with the Mount Kisco Senior Citizen Group. The Friend of the Hibernian will be Joan Corwin. Joan has supported the parade for many years with bus transportation. Joan is the owner of Chappaqua Transportation and Mother Hen’s Helpers.                  

The Installation of the Grand Marshall will be on February , 2006 at 3 p.m. at Fitzgerald’s Restaurant in Mount Kisco, NY. The parade will feature over forty-five marching groups such as military reenactment groups, military marching bands, Antique cars,  Irish bagpipe bands and dancers, and many community organizations.

On Saturday, March 11, 2006 at 7 p.m. the Division will host the annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner at the American Legion in Mount Kisco, N.Y. In honor of the annual “Hibernian Hunger Project” the Division will collect canned food to donate to a local food pantry in remembrance of the Great Hunger in Ireland.

 The A.O.H. Division 16 is a non profit organization formed on September 11, 1891 and is comprised of practicing Roman Catholic men of Irish descent living in the Northern Westchester County area. The A.O.H. has donated over $100,000 to area community organizations since 1892.

The parade is more than an ethnic celebration; it is also an event, which is a source of pride and enjoyment for all area residents. Several thousand people line the streets to enjoy the parade march. The result is a benefit to area businesses and a positive image for our Northern Westchester community.

For further information or an application contact President Kevin Galvin at 914-242-5060 or email kmgford@aol.com

 

 

 

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