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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ; Wednesday, March 11, 2015 3C &apos; .... -" 1-=, ,,.=, " ,&...Stew or Corned Beef and Cabbage. b -We're trying to dec,de between Ir,sh... .,.,_ .. ,`  '  Kids" ' i stuff - :::iii!i!! "--". www.readingclubfunlcom , 8 int Annimills LLC 2015 V12-11 . Celel00ratin00 St. patrick's ay!  /'"' f It is thought that over the years more than 4.5 million   green , {"  Irish people have made the journey to live in America.  ,J }7--/ if __ About 25,000 Irish people in the U.S. still speak Gaelic, | dancing / ./ //  I the mother tongue of Ireland, in their homes Today, I storytelling \\; \\;\ I about 35 million people proudly claim to have Irish blood ,1 2  I n their families..They live in all parts of America and work I   " ... ,.. . ' . in every career field. , ., t - uns __ pubs You non  nave to   be Irish to enjoy St. Patrick's Day events. Read the clues     a 17 I I to fill in the puzzle with the ways people celebrate:     " u J J 1. people may wear their family tartan (plaid) or this color .......  ,  --party to remind them of the Emerald Isle known as Ireland   - Y  9 2. banners, bands, floats and even "St. Patrick"    1.0 himself may march down the street 3. looking for little gifts for the special day: shamrock plants, handcrafted Irish jewelry, T-shirts 4. an Irish cultural has displays/talks about the -, history, language, arts of the Irish people 5. lessons in Irish  will have your family eating well 6. may join in some steps to do this; usually the upper part  of the body is still while the feet move quickly 1- 7. fun and walks; athletes go as fast as they can; , families walk; sometimes people dress in costumes I 8. festivals and band competitions - bands, singers, fiddlers, bagpipers, bodhran drummers, harpists i 9. a get-together with family and friends to eat, sing, dance 10. people gather at these to greet, eat, watch a sports event center 121JJ "Valley of the Leprechauns" shamrocks are gathered every day. Once in a blue moon, one with four leaves is found. Can you spot it? 11. a religious may be attended 12. pass on tales of Irish life  and folktales ..... J @ We're walking i to raise money. | VVell, one of us. parades .l-- music J cooking I I shopping ;ree Stuif'  in your newspaper for events in area! Print out free puzzles: Valley of the Leprechauns, All About The Arts and African-Americans Shaping Our World @ www.readingclubfun.com to America I  b  )@f 4. an lrish-American dinner Coming I of corned beef and People from Ireland began coming /  2 Massachusetts 3 _ 4 5. Henry ; father born to live in America before the 1800s. ,, __musicS5  J J J J J J J inlreland, started Some came for religious reasons, 6[- starvatio 7 r' /[ -JRI ,. .. z company that used an for land or to start a new life.   Ford  I1 4  Kennedy}...- assembly line to build In the mid-1800s, Ireland's     I J more cars in less potato crop, a large part of the   Shepherd's  time for a lower cost Irish diet, suffered a terrible blight. =:: J J 10 6. Saint is the patron  - :v_L_ .,   saint of Ireland Potatoes rotted in the fields and I.  cabbage 7. this crop fed everyone, people were starving. During this --   J  " ) J J 8.the isa3-1eafclover; "Great Potato Famine" about a   11 . especially the poorest people million and a half Irish people .,, leprechaun  potato f " national symbol of Ireland .. shamrock {, 9. Pie - traditional dish of setbetterOUtlife.fOrWithAmericalittle money,t seektheya 12 . " ' " ' " Wolfhound _  J "/- k  lamb, onion, carrots, potatoes sailed across the Atlantic Ocean on freight ships, often -- cZ   10. irish have given a lot to th e spending a month in dirty, cramped conditions. Many died  . e arts in America - especially during the journey. The ships arrived at ports of America's Read the America to avoid this in dance and largest cities at the time - New York, Boston, Philadelphia, clues to 2. tallest breed of dog - Irish __ 11. largest population with Irish Chicago - and most of these Irish immigrants settled in the fill in the 3. the __ is in many fun ancestry is in state of poorest neighborhoods.They took jobs in factories, on docks puzzle: fairy tales; not very friendly;  12. U.S. President John F. and in hotels, or learned skills to become policemen or firemen, known to outwit humans was of Irish heritage Four-Leaf Clovers, / Have you ever heard the song ( "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover" (written by Mort Dixon and Harry Woods)? Why would people be out in fields looking for 4-leaf clovers when there are 3-leaf clovers everywhere? Four-leaf I G = Green Y = Yellow I ey! clovers are said to bring good: What about me Y YI \\;Y p IG ' \\; Y Y Y CN @ E E < > o _ This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by: Cai00 Chapel 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Nextto Sav-Mor) aesus loves you! 530-283-4463 "- E2 or z I ..... I ' i ' = ' ..... I The'Gettysburg ' Address ..... Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live .... It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us... that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain - that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom - and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. Abraham Lincoln ~ November 19, 1863