St. Patrick's Committee Contributions and Projects
The St. Patrick's Committee continually strives to find new ways to benefit the community of Ireland.
Just a few of the contributions and projects they have done over the years include:
2010/2011: Defibrillators given to St. John's Lutheran Church and Ireland Elementary
2011: Green lights were purchased and installed over Hwy. 56 in Ireland.
2012: The Ireland established in 1816 sign and landscaping was installed at the corner of Hwy. 56 and County Road 500, west of stoplight.
2012: Lights were purchased and installed on the Ireland Water Tower
2013: Green light bulbs were purchased and distributed to all residents of Madison and Boone Township.
2013: West side Ireland display was started in the Spring and completed in July of 2013.
2016: Sidewalks were installed between Hwy. 56 going north to St. Mary Church as well as landscaping on the southwest corner of Hwy. 56 and County Road 500. Funding for this project came from the public's support of the St. Patrick's Celebration's events during St. Patrick's weekend and Irish Road Bowling.
Contributions have also been made to Ireland Elementary, St. Mary Church, St. John's Church, Ireland Fire Department to list a few.