St. Patrick's Day Queen Volunteers and Coronation

Coronation Dinner — Sunday, March 15, 2020

An on-going tradition of the Lawrence St Patrick's Day Parade Committee is the request for volunteers from our charity beneficiaries and the community to represent the Committee as Queen Candidates. These ladies work extra hard to contact local and regional businesses and organizations to collect donations that are given away as prizes at our Events and contribute to our annual Charity Benefit Auction.

Huge thanks to our 5 candidates of 2019:

Emily Willis ( 2019 Queen)
Jae richardson
Lindsey Meyer
Michelle Beavers

Each year the Parade Committee selects one queen candidate to be a special representative in the pageantry of the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Each of the other candidates also participates in the parade as the Queen's Court. Choosing only one of these young ladies is a difficult task and in no way diminishes the efforts of any of the others or the pride that all we feel in their achievements. Committee members vote for the Queen based upon efforts in obtaining charitable contributions, assisting with the parade activities, and overall personality. This is a very challenging volunteer position and it requires interminable dedication. We were very lucky to find especially hard working young ladies to assist the parade committee. What these ladies have accomplished each year is at the very least remarkable. We cannot thank them enough for their commitment to the committee, the community, and our causes.

Photo galleries:


St Patrick's Day Queen and Court on the Lawrence Arts Center Stage

The Court and Parade Committee on the Lawrence Arts Center stairs Kiley, the 2013 St Patrick's Day Parade Queen


Images from past years are still available.