For those who would like to volunteer to
help with the Detroit St. Patrick's Parade, please contact
Sam Aldridge at 734.658.1808 or email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. You do not need to be a
member of the United Irish Societies to volunteer.
JOIN THE UIS
The United Irish Societies (UIS) is made up
of Irish Organizations across the Detroit Metro area, whose
mission is to fundraise and stage the Detroit St. Patrick's
Parade. If you wish to help, please consider joining
the UIS with your family and friends. Be involved with
the Parade decision making process, join in true Irish
pre-Parade activities, get to know other Irish organization
in the community and have fun! If you are interested,
please email Mike Kelly at
PARADE ROUTE SHAMROCKS
Help support the Detroit St. Patrick’s Parade by
renting a Shamrock mounted on a city light post along
Michigan Avenue’s parade route. The Shamrock can have your
family or business name. Please contact the FOUIs at
UISSHAMROCK@aol.com for more info. Click
HERE for flyer.
Orders and payment due by 2-15-2015. $50.00 additional
fee for shamrocks ordered after 2-15-2015.
ADVERTISE WITH THE PARADE TIMES
The Official Program Book of the Detroit’s St. Patrick’s
Parade! Several sizes of ads are available.
Please contact Peggy Gray at 734.891.4871 or
for more info. Four levels
of Patron Ads are available. Please contact Julie
email@example.com for more info. Click
HERE for flyer. 1-24-2015 is the deadline for ads.
SPONSOR A POTTY!
$75 to sponsor a Potty along the Parade
Route! All sponsored Port-a-Johns will have family
or business names listed outside the Potty. Great for local
business along the parade route! Please contact Mike Kelly
at 313.791.2600 or
firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
"Gary Marchetti formed a
band 10 years ago, hoping they'd never get a gig. But on 30
sad occasions since, the Metro Detroit Police & Firefighters
Pipes and Drums has been called upon to perform at the
funeral of a public safety officer killed in the line of
duty. . . "
read the full Detroit Free Press article by Ron Dzwonkowski.
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