American Irish Association of Woodbridge www.AmerIrish.com

WELCOME !
2022 ST PATRICKS DAY PARADE
2022 PARADE OF FOOD
PARADE APPLICATIONS, SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
HALFWAY TO ST. PATRICK'S DAY
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ACTIVITIES
RONNIE's STORY
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American Irish Association Inc.

PO Box 114

Iselin, NJ 08830

For More Information, Contact Ed McSherry, President

eMail: edmcsherry1@hotmail.com


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Please feel free to download the applcation for membership. 

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HALFWAY TO ST PATRICK'S DAY !!  ST PATRICK'S DAY PARADE  !!

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Welcome to the Web Site of the American Irish Association. We are preparing to celebrate our 55th Anniversary (2021~2022) as an Irish civic and social organization located in New Jersey. Membership in our group is open to any interested individuals. Please contact us for more information. You can also complete the membership form by clicking  here "Join Now".

American Irish 2020~2022 Executive Team and Board
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Elected for two year terms (2020~2022).

 

President Ed McSherry of the American Irish Association of Woodbridge along with our Officers and Directors. Left to right: Ken Gardner - Director, Karen Devlin - Financial Secretary, Sean Keaveney - Director, Cindy Jacovinich - Treasurer,  Nancy Egan - Director, Ed McSherry - President, Deborah Hutchinson - Director, Joan DIas - Director, Sean O'Neiil - Vice President,  Jane Bobel - Corresponding Secretary, Ken Egan - Director, Jack Cassidy - Sergeant at Arms,  and Delores Boyd - Recording Secretary.

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Enjoy Reading the Celtic Corner !
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Clicking on the Leprechaun will send you to the Celtic Corner blogspot
St. Patrick sightings !
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They happen every year at the Woodbridge St. Patrick's Day Parade