St. Patrick's Day Parade grand marshals are picked - 27 East

St. Patrick’s Day Parade grand marshals are picked

By Vera Chinese and Jessica DiNapoli on Feb 3, 2009
Members the Westhampton Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee and the Ancient Order of the Hibernians Michael Collins Division II in Hampton Bays have announced the grand marshals for their... more

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