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THE 2011 ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE, above, makes its way down Montana Street in Uptown Butte. BELOW RIGHT, JAKE RICCI performs with Miss K's Dance Studio during last year’s parade. BELOW LEFT, MONEA BOSTON, left, and Makenzie Kinman, both of Butte, dance near Main Street just before the start of of the 2011 parade.

St. Patrick’s Day events planned S

t. Patrick’s Day — March 17 — is Saturday. To help plan your day, here’s a sampling of some of the activities planned.

Friday, March 16 LEPRECHAUN LUNCHEON ■ The Leprechaun Luncheon starts at noon Friday, March 16, in the FILE PHOTO McQueen Club. Buffet is $8.50 per person. Meet the CHARLIE DAVIES was crowned St. Urho last year grand marshal. on March 16. Entertainment by the Great Scots Pipe Band, Copper City Cloggers and Cost is $15. Reservations, Judy Powers. Call Barbara call 498-9711. Jeniker for information, ST. URHO CROWNING 310-0638. ■ The Crowning of St. Urho at the Helsinki LUNCH WITH PIPERS Yacht Club, 402 E. ■ A corned beef and cabbage luncheon with the Broadway, starts at 4 p.m. Pipe and Drum Corps Band Friday. Contact: Linda of Edmonton starts at noon Quackenbush, 490-0152 Friday, March 16, at the FRIENDLY SONS Maroon Activities Center. ■ The Friendly Sons and Daughters of St. Patrick dinner starts at 6 p.m. Friday, March 16, in the Front Street Station. Speaker will be Bernadette Sweeney, University of Montana professor and Watch the director of The Gathering St. Patrick’s Day fun which is collecting oral histories from Montana’s from wherever you Irish residents. Master of are on The ceremonies, Brendan Montana McDonough. Tickets $25 Standard’s per person. Available at Cavanaugh’s County web cam in Celtic, 723-1183, and from the historical members.

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M & M Cigar Store in Uptown Butte.

SHILLELAGH SHINDIG ■ The 39th annual Shillelagh Shindig on March 16 is being

dedicated to the memory of Don Cooney, one of its co-founders. This year’s Shindig starts at 7 p.m. at the Star Lanes Events Hall, 4600 Harrison. Music by the Tater Famine Band of Helena, entertainment by the Copper Cloggers and Judy Powers, performance by the Edmonton Police Pipe and Drum Corps, prizes, free food. For details, call Marian Jensen, 498-4755. LIVE MUSIC ■ Too Slim and the Taildraggers and Mountain Moongrass play at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 16-17, at the Scandia, 537 S. Main St., phone 782-4023. Moongrass opens each night.

Saturday, March 17

17, at Butte High for seventh graders through high school, to keep youths away from the adult festivities slated Uptown. The free event will feature video and sports games (like volleyball, dodge ball and basketball), a movie room, prizes and food. Last year, nearly 500 kids attended. Call Pezdark at 490-6602, John Ericson, 490-0796; or Cierra Dauenhauer, 533-8895. FAMILY EVENT ■ “Handing Down the Heritage,” an evening of Irish music, dance and storytelling, starts at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at the Butte Civic Center. People are invited to bring the whole family to this annual

event. Tickets are on sale now — adults are $13 per person or two for $25; $5 for high school kids; and 13 and under are free. Tickets are available from the Butte Civic Center box office or at Cavanaugh’s County Celtic in Uptown Butte.

Scandia, 537 S. Main St., phone 782-4023. Moongrass opens each night. ■ A Slice in Time plays at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Five Mile. Admission is free. ■ Butte Elks Lodge, Galena and Montana, will have live music with Bob LIVE MUSIC Kovacich and friends and ■ Too Slim and the Taildraggers and Mountain corned beef and cabbage, starting around Moongrass play at 8 p.m. 11:30 a.m. Saturday (after Friday and Saturday, the parade). March 16-17, at the


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MASS ■ Ancient Order of Hibernians Mass starts at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick’s Church.

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PARADES ■ Butte’s St. Patrick’s Day parade winds it way through Uptown Butte starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 17. ■ Anaconda’s parade starts at 2 p.m. from the old Hardee’s building, according to the chamber of commerce.

Enjoy the Saint Patrick’s Day Festivities! Be Careful and Please Don’t Drink and Drive.

YOUTH PARTY ■ Teens Advocating a Safe Community, or TASC, will host the “TASC Alternative Party” from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday, March

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Better be careful: Court is in session on St. Pat’s day BY JOHN GRANT EMEIGH

“It’s part of my job and I’m ready, willing and able,” Sweeney said. St. Patrick’s Day may In an effort to control be on a Saturday this year, the crowd and deter but court will still be in underage drinking, Butte session. police and troopers with City Judge Dan Sweeney has agreed to be the Montana Highway Patrol plan to conduct foot on duty March 17 from 3 p.m. to about midnight to patrols throughout Uptown both March 16 process those cited with and 17. Some of these minor in possession of patrols will target underalcohol or other misdeage drinkers. meanor offenses. The city has kept a People under age 21 caught drinking or intoxi- judge available on St. cated during the festivi- Patrick’s Day since 2008. Fifty-one MIP violations ties will be arrested and were processed the first will promptly appear before the judge. He’ll use year. Underage drinking vioa small courtroom at the lations have significantly jail, where people also are declined since the city booked. started foot patrols and Sweeney said Butte having the judge available, police asked him last authorities said. month during the DUI The foot patrols were Task Force meeting if he first used in 2007, which would make his court was the last time St. available on St. Patrick’s Day fell on a Patrick’s Day. Sweeney Saturday in recent years. said police told him it That year, police made helps curb underage drinking having a judge on about 90 arrests involving mostly misdemeanors. duty. of The Montana Standard

VIOLET FARRAR-JOHNSTON wore a warm green hat that kept her Irish eyes smilin’ during last year’s parade.

Grand marshal 2012 Butte’s Dan Harrington to lead parade

marshal). I think it’s a great honor,” Harrington said. Harrington, 74, has BY JOHN GRANT EMEIGH held many of The Montana Standard important Harrington Dan Harrington is used positions in to being at the forefront of his lifetime. He representimportant times in ed Butte-Silver Bow in the Montanan. Montana Legislature for 33 He was there at the years, having served in the Montana Constitutional state House of Convention in 1972. He Representatives from 1976 served for decades in the to 2001, before serving in state Legislature. And, the Senate. now, Harrington will be His first big foray into the 2012 grand marshal for politics happened when he Butte’s St. Patrick’s Day served as a delegate in the parade at 11 a.m. Saturday. 1972 Montana “I was very happy about Constitutional that (being named grand Convention. Harrington

told The Montana Standard recently that he is proud of the work accomplished during that time in the state’s history. “We did a great job. It (the new Constitution) withstood time very well and was very progressive in moving the state forward,” Harrington said. He noted that the Montana’s original Constitution, which was drafted in 1889, had a good deal of “corporate control” over the state. This was mainly to blame on the deep-pocketed influence of the Copper Kings, such as the Anaconda Co., Harrington said. It was his decades of service to Montana and Butte-Silver Bow that

moved the Butte Celebrations committee to elect him to lead this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. “I was told I had worked hard for many years in the Legislature and in Butte and that’s why they selected me,” Harrington said. Though he admits he’s a little nervous about being grand marshal of the parade, Harrington won’t be up there all alone. He plans to have his wife of 49 years, Pat, and his six grandchildren with him during the parade. “I’ve always enjoyed St. Patrick’s Day in Butte,” Harrington said. “So many families return to Butte and I always meet so many great people.”

‘Tater Famine’ to play Shindig This year’s event honors Don Cooney Ed Tinsley’s band “Tater Famine” will play for 39th Shillelagh Shindig on Friday, March 16, at the Mile High Event Hall at Star Lanes, 4600 Harrison Ave. The party from 7 p.m. to midnight and open to the public at no charge is dedicated this year to the memory of Don Cooney. Cooney (1933-2011) and Charles Jeniker started the annual Shindig, a fundraiser for Butte-Silver Bow Democrats. The Pipes and Drums of the Edmonton Police Service are scheduled to perform at 9:30 p.m. Other shindig entertainment will be by the Copper Cloggers and Irish soloist Judy Powers.

The event will include a silent auction, featuring some of Cooney’s photography and float trip among other items, 50-50, raffles and free snacks. This is the third year in

a row Tinsley’s Helenabased band has appeared at the Shindig. They play all kinds of rock as well as some folk and Irish tunes. The band is known to

change its name to compliment the theme of the particular gig they are playing. At last year’s Shindig they billed themselves as “Jacobs Ladder.” The three original members are Ed Tinsley from Helena, guitar and vocals; Bill Lombardi, Helena, lead guitar, and Butte native Mark Piskolich, guitar, mandolin, harmonicas and vocals. Mary Tuckerman of Helena is on vocals and piano, Deb Halliday of Helena is on vocals and bass, Erroll Koch of Helena plays accordion, guitar and various other instruments and vocals, and Cody Davis of Helena on drums. For information, call Barbara Jeniker, 310-0638, or Marian Jensen, 498-4755.

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IN 1981, THE 12 MULCAHYS gathered around their mother Mae, center, at a family reunion. Back row, from left, Marty, Richie, Tommy, Mickey, Billy and Moe. Front, from left, Eileen Tierney, Alice McMillan, Betty Jo Houchin, Cass Rosich, Colleen Griffith and Marie Cassidy.

Mulcahy clan designated ...

‘GREAT IRISH FAMILY ’ Butte Celebrations has designated the Mulcahy clan as the Great Irish Family for this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. The Great Irish Family started when Tity and Mae Mulcahy had their first child, Marie, nearly 90 years ago. Marie Mulcahy Cassidy will be with the family in the parade on Saturday, March 17, at 11 a.m.. Eleven others followed. Tity and Mae reared their dozen children in Dublin Gulch near the Steward and Kelley mines. The family now numbers over 250. “We’re expecting about a hundred to come from all over, Spokane, Billings and Missoula,” said Colleen

Mulcahy Griffith. “Everyone is so excited, especially the grandchildren.” Some of the Mulcahys will ride in the Chamber of Commerce trolley “but a lot of us will walk behind the trolley,” Griffith said. They’re planning to decorate the trolley and a decorated truck which will follow the clan is the Mulcahys’ parade entry. St. Patrick’s Day has always been special for the family; many have been seen for years along the parade route wearing Irish sweaters with “Mulcahy” knitted into the design. Some of the Mulcahy men feature beards and hair dyed green for their special day.

The patriarch, Tity, whose given name was Thomas, for years ran Mulcahy’s Bar on North Main just south of the Federal Building. Judy Powers of Anaconda, a friend, says the family “has always loved their Irish heritage and upbringing.” Nine of Tity’s and Mae’s children survive: Marty Mulcahy, Richie Mulcahy, Mickey Mulcahy, Billy Mulcahy, Eileen Tierney, Betty Jo Houchin, Alice McMillan, Colleen Griffith and Marie Cassidy. Cass Rosich passed away in 2008; Maurice “Moe” in 2004, and Tom in 1992. — Zena Beth McGlashan

People warned about impaired driving driving, said Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen. The legal blood alcohol limit is 0.08 in Montana, but drivers can be cited for impaired driving at lower limits. “Your safest move for avoiding arrest and avoiding a crash is to have a sober driver. Know how you are getting home before you start to party,’’ he said. The extra patrols concentrate on keeping impaired drivers off the road, deterring

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DUBLIN GULCH plays at the family event, “Handing Down the Heritage,” at the Civic Center, starting at 6:30 p.m. Members are, from left, Mick Cavanaugh, Tom Powers, Jim Schulz and Jon Joyner.

THE PIPE AND DRUM CORPS of the Edmonton Police Service, above, march in the 2011 parade. The bagpipers are a staple for the Butte St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

Bagpipers set schedule Pipes and Drums from Edmonton plan Butte tour The Pipes and Drums of the Edmonton Police Service visit Butte Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 15-17. For details, contact the Butte Chamber of Commerce, 1000 George St.; telephone 723-3177. The schedule follows:


call 498-9711. $15 per person, pay at the door. Catered by Park Street Pasties. 2 p.m. — Butte-Silver Bow Courthouse Rotunda,* 155 W. Granite St. 3:30 p.m. — Butte Plaza Mall,* 3100 Harrison Ave. 4:30 p.m. — Dotty’s, 2000 Dewey Blvd. 6 p.m. — Helsinki Yacht Club, 402 E. Broadway 8 p.m. — Silver Dollar Saloon, 133 S. Main St. 9:30 p.m. — Shillelagh Shindig, Star Lanes, 4600 Harrison Ave. 11 p.m. — Copper King HotelMine Shaft, 4655 Harrison Ave.

7 p.m. — Chamber of Commerce Business Card Social at Copper King Hotel,* 4655 Harrison SATURDAY, MARCH 17 Ave. 11 a.m. — Parade,* Uptown Butte 1:30 p.m. — Metals Sports Bar FRIDAY, MARCH 16 & Grill, 8 W. Park St. 9:30 a.m. — Hillcrest 3:30 p.m. — Sam’s Place, 905 Elementary School 3000 N. Excelsior Ave. Continental Dr. 5 p.m. — Jokers Wild, 1201 S. 10:30 a.m. — Big Sky Senior Montana St. Living,* 3701 Elizabeth Warren 6:30 p.m. — The Depot, 818 S. 11 a.m. — Vintage Suites,* 300 Arizona St. Mount Highland Drive 7:45 p.m. — Butte Civic Center, 11:30 a.m. — Bee Hive (Beyond Handing Down the Heritage,* 1340 Homes Nursing Home) 2930 Elm Harrison Ave. St. 8:15 p.m. — Jim’s Bar, 2720 Noon — Corned Beef and Elm St. Cabbage lunch with the Pipers at 9:30 p.m. — McQueen Club, the Maroon Activity Center, 550 E. Mercury St.* Reservations required, 3250 Hecla St.

‘Handing Down the Heritage’ a family alternative on St. Pat’s “Handing Down the Heritage,” an evening of Irish music, dance and storytelling, starts at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at the Butte Civic Center. People are invited to bring the whole family to this annual event. “‘Handing Down the Heritage’ is a truly special night filled with Irish music, storytelling, bagpipes, and traditional Irish step-dancing,’’ a

11 p.m. — Copper King HotelMine Shaft 4655 Harrison Ave. *Family Friendly Commemorative 2012 Pipes and Drums of the Edmonton Police Service Butte tour schedule T-Shirts will be sold for $20. Limited quantity available. Call the chamber for details.

THE TIERNAN IRISH DANCERS also perform at the Civic Center gathering Saturday evening.

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spokesman said. The tradition continues with Butte’s own Dublin Gulch, The Tiernan Irish Dancers, and special guests, the Edmonton Bagpipers. Tickets are on sale now – adults are $13 per person or two for $25; $5 for high school kids; and 13 and under are free. Tickets are available from the Butte Civic Center box office or at Cavanaugh’s County Celtic in Uptown Butte.

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THE GREAT SCOTS perform during the 2011 St. Patrick’s Day parade in Butte.

Great Scots return for Butte St. Patrick’s Day


THE WASHBOARD LADIES entertain the crowd during Anaconda’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in 2011.

John Hamilton and The Great Scots return to Butte for St. Patrick’s celebrations Thursday through Saturday. Following is the performance schedule:

THURSDAY 6 p.m. — Goodwill Tavern 7:30 p.m. — Knights of Columbus 8:30 p.m. – Club 13

WEDNESDAY 9 a.m. — Butte Convalescent Center 10 a.m. — Copper Ridge 11 a.m. — Crest Nursing Home Noon — Leprechaun Lunch at McQueen Club 1:30 p.m. — Party Palace 3 p.m. — Maloney’s 4:30 p.m. — Helsinki Yacht Club 6 p.m. — Pair-A-Dice 8:30 p.m. – Reilly’s Pub

SATURDAY 8:30 a.m. — BS Café 9:30 a.m. — Cavanaugh’s 11 a.m. — Parade in Uptown Butte 12:15 p.m. — Helsinki 1:30 p.m. — Sparky’s 3 p.m. — Double Eagle

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