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PARADE QUEEN

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2022 PARADE QUEEN AND HONOR ATTENDANT

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade Queen Selection, sponsored by the New Haven Gaelic Football & Hurling Club in East Haven, was held on February 9, 2020.

The 2020 Parade Queen is Morgan Daley. The 2020 Honor Attendant is Megan Burke.

Morgan Daley, 2020-2022 Parade Queen

Morgan is the daughter of Mark and Nancy Daley. She lives in Hamden and her ancestors hail from Waterville, Co. Kerry. Morgan is a 2018 graduate of Quinnipiac University and is currently attending Quinnipiac University School of Law, she plans to graduate in 2021. She is employed by the New Haven Lawn Club as a server and currently interns with the Balzano and Tropiano Law Firm. Morgan’s personal ambition is to be the voice for her future clients and to represent them to the best of her ability. She would like to continue to spread her motto of believing in justice, not judgment. Morgan’s personal interests include hiking, soccer and spending time with loved ones as well as volunteering. She also strives to learn as much as possible every day. Morgan’s parents are members of the New Haven Gaelic Football & Hurling Club.

Megan Burke, 2020 Honor Attendant

Megan is the daughter of Peter and Lynda Burke. She lives in Hamden and her ancestors hail from Tullamore, County Offaly.  She is currently studying Biology at Southern Connecticut State University. She is employed by the Town of Greenwich Ferry Service as a Senior Deckhand and at Freskos as a server. Megan’s personal ambition is to work with marine life as well as find more efficient ways to protect and reduce pollution in the ocean while also giving back to her community. Her interests include animals and being on the water. She also enjoys baking and being with family and friends. Megan’s parents are members of the New Haven Gaelic Football & Hurling Club.

Their first official appearance will be at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Ball on Saturday, March 7th, at Anthony’s Ocean View Restaurant.  They were featured in the 2020 St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 15, in New Haven, and will appear throughout the year at many Irish community events.

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(l to r): Morgan Daley, Teresa Bohan, Ellen Foley, 2019 Parade Queen Taylor Besciglia, 2019 Honor Attendant Claire Bohan, Megan Burke, Sierra O’Keefe, Elizabeth Beirne

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(l to r): Elizabeth Beirne, Teresa Bohan, Ellen Foley, 2020 Honor Attendant Megan Burke, (seated) 2020 Parade Queen Morgan Daley, Sierra O’Keefe, 2019 Honor Attendant Claire Bohan, 2019 Parade Queen Taylor Besciglia

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(l to r): Teresa Bohan, Ellen Foley, Elizabeth Beirne, (seated) 2020 Parade Queen Morgan Daley, 2019 Parade Queen Taylor Besciglia, 2020 Honor Attendant Megan Burke

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(l to r): Megan Burke, Morgan Daley, Elizabeth Beirne, Sierra O’Keefe, Ellen Foley, Teresa Bohan

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Contact our Chairperson at chairperson@stpatricksdayparade.org.

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St. Patrick's Day Parade Greater New Haven logoThe Greater New Haven St. Patrick’s Day Parade is Connecticut’s largest single day spectator event attracting more than 325,000 people to the streets New Haven each year. The Parade is a longstanding tradition in the New Haven community, and the members of the Greater New Haven St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee volunteer to ensure the tradition continues.

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