The paradin’ o’ the green




An annual tradition was renewed Thursday when the streets of Plymouth were turned green for the annual Irishman’s Walk. Those who are Irish or just Irish for a day - two-legged and four-legged - stepped off from the intersection of Eastern and Highland avenues, decked out in the finest green apparel and appointments for a leisurely stroll down Eastern, East Mill An annual tradition was renewed Thursday when the streets of Plymouth were turned green for the annual Irishman’s Walk. Those who are Irish or just Irish for a day - two-legged and four-legged - stepped off from the intersection of Eastern and Highland avenues, decked out in the finest green apparel and appointments for a leisurely stroll down Eastern, East Mill

Street and Stafford Street to the 52 Stafford inn. There, the festivities carried on with good Irish whiskey or a stout Guinness, some good Irish food and fine Irish tunes from a live band - all to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and Irish heritage. Street and Stafford Street to the 52 Stafford inn. There, the festivities carried on with good Irish whiskey or a stout Guinness, some good Irish food and fine Irish tunes from a live band - all to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and Irish heritage.

Review photos by Emmitt B. Feldner and Teresa Hartle-Feldner Review photos by Emmitt B. Feldner and Teresa Hartle-Feldner


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