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Supervisor Carpenter, Islip Town Board and Hibernian representatives on steps of Town Hall for St. Patrick's Day Celebration

March 18th, 2021 Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter was joined by members of the East Islip Ancient Order of Hibernians, and the Islip Town Board, at the second annual Town Hall cupola lighting marking St. Patrick's Day.

Meagan Ulrich, a St. Anthony's High School senior, played the bagpipes during the occasion.

WATCH NOW: St. Patrick's Day Cupola Lighting Ceremony

"Although COVID is still a factor in our lives, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. I am delighted that we are able to gather together safely today and recognize our Irish culture, and am hopeful that next year, we will once again resume our community parades and festivities," said the Supervisor.

Town officials presented the Ancient Order of Hibernians with a Citation recognizing the Town's Irish American heritage.

Joining Supervisor Carpenter were Tom McHugh, President, East Islip AOH; Vick Vogel, Past President, East Islip AOH; Islip Councilman John Cochrane, Jr.; Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen; Councilman James O'Connor; Tracey Krut, Chief of Staff, Town of Islip; Deirdre Whalberg, Deputy Commissioner, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs and staff, and bagpipes, courtesy of Meagan Ulrich.

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