STRAIGHT TALK

How do you cel­e­brate St. Pa­trick’s Day?

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Mar­i­lyn Black­wood, Mart­in­town:

I’m cel­e­brat­ing the open­ing of The Grand Ho­tel on St. Pa­trick's Day, 2014, with a full Ir­ish buf­fet. The en­ter­tain­ment will be some­thing we have never done be­fore, some­what of a sur­prise.

Mickie Bowen, Sum­mer­stown:

I’m go­ing to spend­ing St. Pa­trick’s qui­etly at home, but when I was younger I al­ways went to St. Pa­trick’s cel­e­bra­tions in Corn­wall.

Alan Cameron, Alexan­dria:

I'll be cel­e­brat­ing St. Paddy’s with all my Scot­tish friends.

Sarah Car­rière, Green Val­ley:

Franco- On­tar­i­ans don’t re­ally do much for St. Pa­trick’s Day, but I’m will­ing to use it as an ex­cuse to hang out with my friends and have a get-to­gether.

Mary McIn­tee-Mayville, St. Raphael’s:

I’ll be dressed in green from head to toe and at­tend­ing the St. Paddy’s ir­ish stew din­ner at the Lan­caster Le­gion on March 17.

Anne Se­men­ovi­cus, Lan­caster:

I’m in­vited out for a St. Pa­trick’s din­ner party, the sev­enth or eighth one my friend has hosted. They dec­o­rate ev­ery­thing in green and there’s even a sign in the drive­way, Ir­ish Park­ing Only.

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