2012-03-19 / Front Page

St. Patrick’s Day in Bath


Clad in green and marching behind a special banner created for the occasion, the Bath Middle School band takes part in Saturday’s Bath Blarney Days parade. According to Irish legend, kissing the Blarney Stone helps one overcome shyness, which was not a problem for parade participants.  (Donale Jamison / The Times Record)Clad in green and marching behind a special banner created for the occasion, the Bath Middle School band takes part in Saturday’s Bath Blarney Days parade. According to Irish legend, kissing the Blarney Stone helps one overcome shyness, which was not a problem for parade participants. (Donale Jamison / The Times Record)
Cub Scouts from Pack 621 march in Saturday’s Bath Blarney Days parade. The city celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a parade, tug of war, Irish music, poetry, an Irish soda bread contest and other nods to the Emerald Isle.  (Donald Jamison / The Times Record) DONALD JAMISON / THE TIMES RECORD Cub Scouts from Pack 621 march in Saturday’s Bath Blarney Days parade. The city celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a parade, tug of war, Irish music, poetry, an Irish soda bread contest and other nods to the Emerald Isle. (Donald Jamison / The Times Record) DONALD JAMISON / THE TIMES RECORD

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