County Clerk Celebrates Irish Americans in Government Honorees

Office of The County Clerk
Pictured are scholarship awardees Kyle Duffy, Rose Muldoon, Thomas Butler, Noelle Harvey and Jenna Hennessey with Nassau County Clerk Maureen O'Connell, Irish Americans in Government Treasurer Kenneth Heino, President Jeffrey Clark and Vice President Joy Watson, Irish Americans in Government Members Michael Hopkins and Owen Walsh and Nassau Legislator David Denenberg

(Mineola, NY) The Irish Americans in Government is a charitable organization whose members of Irish heritage contribute to the community through government service. Each year, the Irish Americans in Government offer scholarships to eligible High School students entering college. Honored at this year's Scholarship Reception were Kyle Duffy of Williston Park, Rose Muldoon of Rockville Centre, Thomas Butler of Garden City, Noelle Harvey of Glen Cove and Jenna Hennessey of Mastic Beach for their outstanding academic records, community activities and volunteer service.

The distinguished scholarship recipients were joined by family and friends, as well as area officials. Nassau County Clerk Maureen O'Connell took part in the celebration and expressed her congratulations, presenting the honorees with Citations in recognition of their great commitment and service to the community.