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2011 Belmar - Lake Como

Saint Patrick's Day Parade


Sunday, March 6th, 2011 12:30 pm


2011Grand Marshal

Robert K. Jenkins



2011 Grand Deputy Marshal

Patricia Anne (Moore) Feehery



This year’s parade will also be dedicated in memory of Thomas Murphy and Jim Mooney.
Starting Time12:30pm: Parade is held rain, shine, snow, sleet etc.


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Calling all Irish and not so Irish to join the fun at one of the largest St. Pat's Parades in New Jersey. The lineup of march includes bands and bagpipers, floats and marching units. This is a great family event. So dress in green and shamrocks and join the crowd on Main Street at 11:30PM. For further information on the St. Patrick's Parade, call 732-280-2548.


 Chip Cavanagh
Belmar St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee
PO Box 331, Belmar, NJ 07719


 Belmar History 2000 to 2002


In the year 2000 Grand Marshall Bill O'Connell, a retired Jersey City Police Sergeant from Wall, and Deputy Grand Marshal Sharon Dey, Belmar's Deputy Borough Clerk from Belmar led some 4500 marchers on as unseasonable 55 degree day …. Drawing an estimated 225,000 spectators.


The 2001 Parade was headed by the well known Kelly Brothers, Ed and Kevin, owners of the famous landmark tavern, Kelly's of Neptune City and by well known Irish Activist Florence Sheehan C0-Grand Marshals and Deputy Grand Marshal respectively. Nor since 1875 has the Parade had two Grand Marshals, when Belmar Mayor, John Taylor and South Belmar Mayor Clarence Reed shared this Honor. Ed lives in Neptune and Kevin in Neptune City. Florence resides in Belmar.


Parade committee president Jerry Lynch will once again sing the Irish and American National Anthems at the parade's start which sets the tone and theme for the parade and the rest of the day. Popular Freeholder and Past Grand Marshal Tom Powers will be parade commentator. Tom is also a parade committee member. According to parade chairman Dave Stanley, this year's parade will number over 4000 marchers and 35 or more bands including 16 bagpipe bands.. Awards will be designated for various categories in the line of march including, once again, a designer Waterford trophy for best bagpipe band donated by Waterford Crystal of Ireland. Dave states that this parade keeps right on growing each year and he expects a turn-out of over 200,000 spectators. Let's hope Dave is right. Nothing is so stirring or thrilling as a grand parade on that grand Sunday when Belmar and South Belmar, each year for one brief, shinning day (God willing), are transformed into an Irish "Glocca Morra"....when F Street becomes a mystical, magical canyon surrounded on both sides by green-bedecked revelers....the canyon itself alive with thousands of marchers, bagpipers, drummers, woodwinds, brass, twirlers, cheerleaders, clowns, acrobats, mummers, drum majors and majorettes, clergy, politicians, dignitaries, officials, militia, flags, pennants, floats, beauty queens and their ladies-in-waiting. This is a day that God has bestowed upon us; when Irishmen forget their troubles; when they gather with their friends to honor their patron, St. Patrick, and their God. Good luck you Irish....have a great day....and a great parade!.