Miss Saint Patrick

The Burlington County St. Patrick’s day Parade Committee awards an annual educational scholarship to a young women in the area and to help lead the parade down the street.  This contest is based on an essay contest as well as the candidate’s application.  Copies of the forms and more information can be found by clicking on the links below.

      Meet our 2018 Miss Saint Patrick  


Christine Elizabeth Adams is a life-long resident of Mount Laurel Township and a 2017 graduate of Bishop Eustace Preparatory School.  In high school, Christine was a member of the National Honor Society and a 4 year varsity letter winner for cross country and track.  Other high school activities included theatre, mock trial, choir, math club and co-president of the “She’s a First” Club.  Christine is a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient, earned a Second degree black belt in karate and participated in the Mount Laurel softball program.


She volunteered as a sports buddy for the Marlton Rec Sports Unity Program. The Sports Unity Program provides the opportunity for special needs children to participate in organized sports. As a volunteer at the Good Counsel Homes in Riverside and working with area fitness instructors, Christine coordinated a fitness program for the residents at the shelter.


Majoring in Mathematics, Christine attends the Honors College at Towson University in Maryland.  Christine is a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and the Honors College Leadership Council at Towson University. Proud of her Irish heritage, Christine is honored to be selected as Miss Saint Patrick 2018.