The Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Grand Marshal Louis Carr
Friday, September 9, 2016
Rumson Country Club
You are cordially invited to participate in The Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade “Erin Open” Golf Tournament, Friday, September 9, 2016 at the Rumson Country Club, Rumson, NJ.
The Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade supports the Where Angels Play Foundation and Horizons Student Enrichment Program.
8:30am Shotgun Start
1:00pm Lunch – BBQ and Cocktails
2:00pm Awards Ceremony
$375 Per Person; $1,500 Per Foursome; $80 Lunch, Cocktails, Awards
Luncheon Sponsor-$1000- Name on banner displayed in clubhouse
Awards & Prize Sponsor – $1,000 – Name on banner, signage at awards & hole sponsorship
Driving Range Sponsor – $500 – Name on Driving Range Tee
Putting Green Sponsor – $500 – Name on Practice Green
Putting Contest Sponsor – $500 – Name on Practice Green
Longest Drive Sponsor – $500 – Name on banner, signage on longest drive hole
Pin Flag Sponsor – $300 (18 available) – Name on pin flag
Closest to the Pin Sponsor – $500 – Name on banner, signage at closest to the pin hole
Tee Sponsor – $150 – Signage at hole tee box
The 2016, 4th Annual Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Was a Great Success!
January, 2016: CEAD MILE FAILTE – A hundred thousand welcomes from the Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee! Last year’s parade had more than 900 people representing area businesses and non-profits, scouting organizations, bag pipe bands, high school bands and the armed services walking the green line. Even our four-legged friends (both dogs and horses) turned out to strut their stuff. The Rumson Police estimate that there were more than 7,000 spectators making it a great day not only for the Irish, but a great day for Rumson! On behalf of all connected with the parade, I want to offer a very special thank you to the 2015 Grand Marshal, Phil Murphy. This year’s parade promises to be our best yet with more than 15 bands, floats, active military & veteran’s groups, Irish Step Dancers, antique cars, scouting organizations, non-profit clubs and organizations, novelty acts, area business, civic groups and a few great surprises.
We’ll also have several fundraisers with Irish music, food, and a few other surprises. These fundraisers not only help us pay the parade costs but enable the Board to make donations to various local charities. In 2015, more than $25,000 was donated to local charities.
Our charities for 2016 are 180 Turning Lives Around, Inc. and The Community YMCA. You can read about the great works these groups do on the Grants Awarded page. I would like to take the time to thank the men and women of the Rumson Police Department for their efforts to keep us safe each year. Chief Paterson’s people are certainly the best and the parade committee is proud to work with these true professionals.
I would also like to thank Mayor John Ekdahl and his administration for helping to make this a true family event. Believe me, we could not put this parade on without the great help of the Borough. We even have information, should the spirit move you, on how you can become a volunteer and help us on any of the dozen committees. For more information on volunteering, please visit our Volunteer page.
Dennis Devine, President