St. Patrick’s Parade 2012

St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade
St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade
A giant clover is pulled by volunteers during the St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade in St. Louis on March 17, 2012. Thousands showed up as temperatures reached the lower 80's. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade
St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade
A parade goer enjoys a ride in her float during the St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade in St. Louis on March 17, 2012. Thousands showed up as temperatures reached the lower 80's. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Thousands turned out in green to watch the St. Patricks Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on March 17, 2012. Photo: KMOX/Brad Choat
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Thousands turned out in green to watch the St. Patricks Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on March 17, 2012. KMOX/Brad Choat
Thousands turned out in green to watch the St. Patricks Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on March 17, 2012. Photo: KMOX/Brad Choat
St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade
St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade
Dancers from the Clark Academy of Irish Dance perform during the St. Louis St. Patricks Day Parade in St. Louis on March 17, 2012. Thousands showed up as temperatures reached the lower 80's. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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St Pats 2
The statue in Kiener Plaza even wore green on St. Patrick's Day. KMOX/Brad Choat
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One Comment

  1. Nikoleta says:

    I would like to thank all the parents that came and wokred the Swim Hop. Even with bad weather threatening we had 46 kids show up, and have a lot of fun. Please spread the word that our next Swim Hop is July 13th. We will have a live DJ, lifeguards and the pool has a diving board. (possibly the only one in Slidell.) We have concessions, drinks, chips, and candy. Hope to see you soon.

  2. Eros says:

    Does everyone keep feoirttgng that politicians who invent and fund such programs are doing so because the public wants them? Why the public wants them is an interesting sociological question, but we still fortunately live in a democracy where the people get what they want. Unfortunately, because the people don’t want to pay for their wishes, we get ourselves into a financial hole. In both cases the politicians we elect have trouble leading public opinion to a good place instead of just following it. Most bloggers have the attitude that what they want is their birthright and that the rest of the public has a duty to finance it. Hooray for democracy!

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