Carin' O' the Green

Frezon, Peggy
March 2007
Guideposts;Mar2007, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p10
The article discusses how residents of Syracuse, New York celebrates Saint Patrick's Day. The residents bring cans of soup or bags of rice to their Saint Patrick's Day parade. The food is part of the Saint Patrick Hunger Project. It is considered as a way to connect Ireland's history with local needs. The author reports that in 2006, five thousand dollars and 11,200 pounds of food were donated to area food pantries.


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