Manchester St. Pats Parade

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It’s Over…And It Was Great!

It’s Over…And It Was Great!


Posted By on Nov 12, 2017

Click here for more pictures courtesy of the Union Leader Grand Marshal Al Heidenreich commented following the Parade… “Let’s do it all over again”! Grand Marshal Al Heidenreich receives his framed Proclamation Click on the Picture Above for a Union Leader Article Tournament of Roses Parade President Lance Tibbet and First Lady Amelia enjoying the Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade. We were honored with...

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AOH member Alan “Al” Heidenreich has been named as the Grand Marshal for the 2017 Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade. He was nominated by AOH member Dick Phelan. The committee consisting of the 5 most recent Past Grand Marshals unanimously selected Al for Grand Marshal. Al was born and raised in the city of Manchester. Al was born to Ernest H. Heidenreich and Alberta Eileen Sullivan. Al attended St. Raphael School and graduated...

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Manchester, NH – For the 22nd year in a row, the Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade will step off at noon on Sunday, March 26. Upwards of 50,000 people are expected to line the one-mile course along Elm Street, from Salmon to Central Streets, to cheer for bagpipe bands, military units, high school bands and marching units of all types. https://www.facebook.com/saintpatsnh/?fref=photo The parade planning committee is back at work to...

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It will step off at noon on Elm Street in Manchester, RAIN OR SHINE, and proceed from Salmon to Central Street. Many people wonder why the parade is not held on the actual day that others celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The answer is quite simple. It is vary hard to compete with the likes of Boston and New York when it comes to attracting quality bands, marching units and floats on the actual day. Besides…St. Patrick’s...

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19th Annual Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade to be held Sunday, March 30 The parade is dedicated to the first responders and victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing Manchester, NH – The Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade will step off at noon for the 19th year in a row this Sunday, March 30. Upwards of 50,000 people are expected to line the one-mile course along Elm Street, from Salmon to Central Streets, to cheer for bagpipe bands,...

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check out all of the linked articles below http://manchesterinklink.com/scenes-2016-annual-st-patricks-day-parade/   Past Grand Marshals John Jordan (2012) and Marty Quirk (2007) receive their sashes 2011 Past Grand Marshal Father Jerome wears his sash proudly    Bedford High School Band Marching – click here  Watch the Video   http://www.unionleader.com/article/20160321/NEWHAMPSHIRE0201/160329927/0/SEARCH 21st St....

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