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On Wednesday morning, March 2, 2011 along Roosevelt Avenue in front of Pawtucket City Hall in downtown Pawtucket, RI, Potter Burns Elementary School fourth grader John Toth(9yrs) takes a turn painting the shamrock in preparation for the Pawtucket St. Patrick's Day Parade, as in front far left to right, Pawtucket Traffic Dept. sign painter David Polluck, fourth grader Derek Traynor(9yrs), Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien and fourth graderSelena Baldera(9yrs) look on. The Pawtucket St. Patrick's Day Parade will step off at 12:00noon on Saturday, March 5th from Division Street by McCoy Stadium and end at Pawtucket City Hall. This year the pre-parade road race starts at 11:00am at Pawtucket City Hall and the Post-Parade Party is at the Kellaway Center located at 461 Main Street in Pawtucket. Butch Adams/The Times.
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