Friends of St. Patrick Queen and Court 2014

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Friends of St. Patrick Queen and Court 2014

Parade Queen and Ladies in 2014

The  

Friends  

of  

St.  

Patrick

  

are  

delighted  

to  

announce  

the  

Queen  

and  

her  

Royal

Court  

to  

represent  

our  

local  

communities  

at  

their  

64th  

Annual  

Miller  

Place-

Rocky Point St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

The  

title  

of  

Parade  

Queen  

has  

been  

bestowed  

upon  

Kaitlyn  

Donovan  

and  

will

be  

accompanied  

by  

Callie  

Brennan  

and  

Kristen  

Killackey,  

who  

have  

been

chosen as Her Royal Court.

Miller  

Place  

resident  

Parade  

Queen  

Kaitlyn  

Victoria  

Donovan  

has  

deep  

roots  

in

the  

annual  

St.  

Patrick’s  

Day  

parade,  

for  

it  

is  

a  

yearly  

life  

long  

tradition  

for  

her,

her   

family,   

and   

friends   

to   

attend;   

while   

she   

had   

performed   

with   

the

Clarkettes  

Twirling  

Team  

and  

presently  

marches  

with  

the  

Miller  

Place  

Fire

Department.

Currently  

enrolled  

in  

general  

studies  

at  

Suffolk  

Community  

College;  

Kaitlyn’s

quest  

in  

life  

lies  

in  

her  

artistic  

talents,  

abilities,  

and  

her  

exceptional  

energy.

Nicknamed  

“the  

future  

Picasso”  

by  

her  

peers  

in  

high  

school  

she  

excelled  

at

creating  

murals,  

displays,  

floats,  

drama  

scenery,  

and  

will  

paint  

just  

about

anything,  

anywhere,  

anytime.  

Kaitlyn  

hopes  

to  

someday  

have  

a  

career  

as  

a

digital artist.

Loving  

her  

tight  

knit  

community,  

she  

is  

a  

volunteer  

with  

the  

Miller  

Place  

Fire

Department  

and  

loves  

being  

able  

to  

help  

in  

life  

saving  

and  

fundraising  

efforts

and finds it extremely rewarding to give back to her hometown.

Lady  

Callie  

Brennan  

of  

Stony  

Brook  

is  

a  

relative  

newcomer  

to  

the  

Miller  

Place  

area.  

After  

graduating  

Ward  

Melville  

High  

School  

and  

SUNY  

New  

Paltz  

as  

a

business and art history major; Callie yearned to have her own business where a community had a gathering place to meet and greet on a regular basis.

Against  

the  

advice  

of  

family  

and  

friends,  

she  

opened  

Crazy  

Beans  

in  

Miller  

Place  

less  

than  

two  

years  

ago  

where  

she  

serves  

a  

variety  

of  

coffees,  

teas,

beverages,  

food,  

and  

always  

provides  

an  

outlet  

for  

local  

artists  

and  

musicians  

by  

providing  

space  

for  

their  

talents.  

Callie  

fully  

enjoys  

the  

new  

relationships

within the community and its residents, and the interaction and mutual support among the local businesses.

Through  

having  

her  

own  

business  

she  

is  

not  

only  

to  

be  

able  

to  

serve  

her  

loyal  

customers,  

but  

also  

provide  

a  

forum  

to  

assist  

in  

local  

charities  

and  

fundraising

efforts  

that  

occur  

throughout  

the  

year.  

Her  

dream  

has  

certainly  

come  

true.  

She  

hopes  

her  

against  

all  

odds  

persistence,  

positive  

attitude,  

and  

successful

business endeavor will motivate others to follow their heart and pursue and accomplish their dreams.

Lifelong  

Middle  

Island  

resident  

Lady  

Kristin  

Killackey  

is  

very  

proud  

of  

her  

deep  

Irish  

heritage.  

A  

National  

Honor  

Society  

Graduate  

of  

Longwood  

High  

School,

Kristin was a member of the cheerleading squad through her years and became co-captain in her senior year.

It  

was  

through  

her  

cheerleading  

experience  

that  

her  

coach  

instilled  

in  

her  

as  

well  

as  

her  

teammates  

to  

not  

only  

be  

a  

cheerleader  

but  

to  

get  

involved  

and  

assist

those  

in  

need  

in  

her  

community  

and  

beyond.  

Through  

all  

of  

her  

voluntary  

charitable  

efforts,  

Kristin  

knew  

how  

she  

wanted  

to  

spend  

the  

rest  

of  

her  

life;  

by

helping  

others.  

Currently  

enrolled  

at  

Molloy  

College,  

her  

charitable  

efforts  

have  

not  

ceased  

for  

she  

has  

done  

fundraising  

for  

St.  

Mary’s  

Children’s  

Hospital  

while

maintaining  

her  

demanding  

study  

regimen.  

This  

coming  

May,  

Kristin  

will  

graduate  

Magna  

Cum  

Laude  

with  

a  

Bachelor’s  

Degree  

in  

Nursing  

and  

hopes  

to

someday pursue a career as a pediatric critical care nurse.

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(L to R) Lady Callie Brennan,Queen Kaitlyn Donovan, Lady Kristin Killackey Queen and Court 2014
Friends of St. Patrick, P.O. Box 5540, Rocky Point, NY 11778