If you want a seat for mass, you have to show up an hour and a half early! The mass is co-celebrated by over a dozen Irish priests.
Painesville, Ohio (Vocus/PRWEB) March 01, 2011
Patrick T. Murphy, Partner at Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P.A. in Painesville/Cleveland, Ohio, has been with the United Irish Societies of Greater Cleveland for 25 years. He was a delegate of The West Side Irish American Club for 12 years then served as a Deputy Director of the organization for 12 years. The parade in Cleveland is in its 144th year. According to Mr. Murphy, the Cleveland parade is the 3rd largest parade in the country behind New York and Savannah, Georgia.
This year's theme, Irish Heritage Sites is a term given to historical and cultural attractions in Ireland as established by the National Office of Public Works. Each year a theme is picked to demonstrate Irish Heritage to the Greater Cleveland community. The parade will be broadcast live and then replayed throughout the following week by Time Warner.
The United Irish Societies of Greater Cleveland is a non-profit organization consisting of representatives from 28 Irish organizations whose primary purpose is to organize the Cleveland St. Patrick's Day parade. Cleveland's parade is Ohio's oldest and finest comprising approximately 10,000 participants in 125 units.
Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P.A. is the largest law firm in Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula County, Ohio, with offices in downtown Cleveland. With 24 attorneys and a staff of 65, Dworken & Bernstein offers a full range of legal services for businesses, individuals, and families in litigation and transactions.
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