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St. Charles holds St. Patrick's Day parade

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  • Collin Goode, 11, left, and Sean O'Connor, 10, best friends from St. Charles watch the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles Saturday. The duo, who say they do everything together, come every year to the parade. "We really enjoy being Irish," said Collin with a smile.

       Collin Goode, 11, left, and Sean O'Connor, 10, best friends from St. Charles watch the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles Saturday. The duo, who say they do everything together, come every year to the parade. "We really enjoy being Irish," said Collin with a smile.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Laura Stoecker/lstoecker@dailyherald.comSitting atop a school bus representing the Transportation Department for District 303, Ryan Johnson of St. Charles waves and shouts to friends in the crowd along Main Street at the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles on Saturday, March 15.

      Laura Stoecker/lstoecker@dailyherald.comSitting atop a school bus representing the Transportation Department for District 303, Ryan Johnson of St. Charles waves and shouts to friends in the crowd along Main Street at the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles on Saturday, March 15.

  • Groups make their way eastbound on Main Street in downtown St. Charles during town's annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday, March 15.

       Groups make their way eastbound on Main Street in downtown St. Charles during town's annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday, March 15.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Bianca Santucci, 6, of St. Charles, has her shamrock sunglasses adjusted by her mother, Dawn, while they wait to walk with Girl Scout Troop 830 in the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles on Saturday.

       Bianca Santucci, 6, of St. Charles, has her shamrock sunglasses adjusted by her mother, Dawn, while they wait to walk with Girl Scout Troop 830 in the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles on Saturday.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Meghan Manini, 5, of St. Charles watches the St. Patrick's Day parade make its way down Main Street in St. Charles on Saturday.

       Meghan Manini, 5, of St. Charles watches the St. Patrick's Day parade make its way down Main Street in St. Charles on Saturday.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • A dog named Seamus Patrick, 6, owned by Mary Ann and Steve Smunt of St. Charles, waits to walk with other dogs with the St. Charles Veterinary Clinic in the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles on Saturday.

       A dog named Seamus Patrick, 6, owned by Mary Ann and Steve Smunt of St. Charles, waits to walk with other dogs with the St. Charles Veterinary Clinic in the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles on Saturday.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

St. Charles held it annual St. Patrick's Day parade Saturday afternoon.

The festivities featured pipe and drum bands, local dance troupes, floats and various business and community entries. The St. Charles Veterinary Clinic sponsored a contest for people to dress their dogs up in St. Patrick's Day finery and walk in the parade.

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"We really enjoy being Irish," Collin Goode, 11, said with a smile. He was at the parade with Sean O'Connor, 10, his best friend. The St. Charles duo, who say they do everything together, come every year to the parade.

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