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Sarah Curry, Division 15/ New Haven County Historian, Ryan Curry St. Joseph School, second local/first New Haven County/ first State; Nathan Barandon Our Lady of Mount Carmel, first local/second New Haven County/Honorable Mention State; Marcus Payne Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Honorable Mention Local; Savannah Murphy Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, third local/ Honorable Mention New Haven County/second State; Doreen Roddy.

2014 L.A.O.H. Connecticut Irish History Essay Contest winners


Giants Causeway Fact and Folklore- first place: Ryan Curry, Meriden; second place: Savannah Murphy, Meriden; third place: Jamie Breidenbach, Waterbury; honorable mention: Nathan Barandon, Meriden.

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Book of Kells, Its Origin and Modern Influence- first Place: Deirdre O’Connell, Stamford.



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