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    Kiana Gratton, Hannah Leavitt and Kayleigh Smith, all of Saco, put on the green while waiting to line up Sunday with Carpenters Local 1996 of Saco in the Irish American Club's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Commercial Street.

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    Gwyneth Fitzsimmons, 11, of Windham plays the bagpipes while marching with the Claddagh Mhor Pipe Band Sunday in the Irish American Club's annual St. Patrick's Parade on Commercial Street.

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    Derek McDonagh of Gorham, originally from Galway, Ireland, and James McClay of Standish, originally from Donegal, Ireland, carry the the Irish and American flags while walking with Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the Irish American Club's annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Commercial Street in Portland on Sunday.

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    David Young climbs the stairs of Brian Boru in Portland during its St. Patrick's Day celebration Tuesday.

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    Brenda Dyer dons green and cloverleaf attire at an early St. Patrick's day breakfast at Brian Ború in Portland, ME on Tuesday, Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Maine Police Emerald Society member Kent Noble stands outside Brian Boru in Portland on St. Patrick's Day on Tuesday.

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    Mary Feigenbaum of Falmouth and Jeanine Bartlett of Portland are dressed in the spirit of the day during the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Commercial Street in Portland on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    A yound parade goer waves the Irish flag during the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Commercial Street in Portland on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    The Governor's Office in 2014 tweeted this photo on Friday of Gov. Paul LePage signing into law a bill that lifts the ban on selling alcohol between 6 and 9 a.m. on Sundays when St. Patrick's Day falls on a Sunday.

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    John Henkel, drum major, leads the Claddah Mohr Pipe Band down Commercial Street in Portland during the 2014 St. Patrick's Day parade

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    The 2011 St. Patrick's Day parade from the Irish Heritage Club to Harbor View Memorial Park makes its way down Tate Street in Portland.

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    Members of the Stillson School of Irish Dance participate in the 2009 St. Patrick's Day parade along Commercial Street.

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    Lead by Drum Major Harry Wellsman with his mace and smartly worn outfit, The Great Highland Bagpipe Band marches up Center Street to the John Ford Statue during the 2006 Official Irish American Club St. Patrick's Parade.

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    Noah Hudson and other members of the Great Highland Bagpipe Band, blow into their bagpipes as they march along Commercial St. in the 2006 St. Patrick's Parade sponsored by the Irish American Club.

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    George Pulkkinen plays the pipes while marching in Portland's 2003 St. Patrick's Day Parade Sunday.

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    Betty Pomroy, of the Irish American Club, carries a banner during the 1997 St. Patrick's Day parade.

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    Ben Goldman, a fifth-grader at St. Patrick's School, awaits the start of the school's 1996 St. Patrick's Day parade.

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    Students at St. Patrick's School in 1992 line up in preparation for the school's annual St. Patrick's Day celebration.

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    Skip Matson, left, Joe Murphy and Gerard Conley hold their banner prior to the start of the 1991 St. Patrick's Day parade in Portland.

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    St. Patrick's Day revelers parade down Bracket Street in Portland.

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    A character in the West End St. Patrick's Day parade has high hopes for kisses.

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    Ian Oliver, son of Congressman Jim Oliver, plays an Irish anthem as Skip Matson raises the Irish flag on St. Patrick's Day in Neighborhood Park in Portland.

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    Joann Sanborn and Christine Crossman celebrate St. Patrick's Day during the 1989 parade in Portland.

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    A banner is raised at the site of the Portland Museum of Art's Payson Wing in 1982.

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    A photograph from the March 17, 1961 edition of the Portland Evening Express. According to the original caption, the subject is Evening Express reporter Waldo E. Pray, and the hat and tie are "gifts he received to make sure he observed St. Patrick's Day with proper respect this year. Pray jokingly flaunted an orange tie [the previous year] – but it was quickly scissored below the knot."

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    Theodore “Teddy” Brown raises his glass to St. Patrick’s Day in this photograph that ran on the front page of the March 17, 1953 Portland Press Herald. According to the original caption, “Teddy says he’s 72 ‘by all accounts’ and still works longshore. He came to this country from Galway in 1902.” 1953 Press Herald File Photo

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