2007-04-13 / Community

Naples,Florida Hosts Rockaway St.Pat's Day Parade


For the second year in a row, a large contingent of Rockaway residents marched in the Naples, Florida St. Patrick's Day Parade. According to Kathleen Greaney, who too part in the parade, there were shouts from the onlooker's naming Rockaway bars as well as areas in Rockaway Beach and Breezy Point. After the parade, Fifth Street was closed for performances by Irish dancers and musicians. Pictured, Phil Nannery leads the Rockaway contingent down Fifth Street. For the second year in a row, a large contingent of Rockaway residents marched in the Naples, Florida St. Patrick's Day Parade. According to Kathleen Greaney, who too part in the parade, there were shouts from the onlooker's naming Rockaway bars as well as areas in Rockaway Beach and Breezy Point. After the parade, Fifth Street was closed for performances by Irish dancers and musicians. Pictured, Phil Nannery leads the Rockaway contingent down Fifth Street. Helen O'Sullivan and Sean McHale find a more comfortable way to "parade," Helen O'Sullivan and Sean McHale find a more comfortable way to "parade," The Rockaway "alumni" group poses for the camera. From left, they are John Corey, Desi O'Learey, Sean McHale, Mary McHale, Anne O'Donnell, Helen O'Sullivan, May Amaleso, Bonnie Long, Phil Nannery, Kathleen Guaney and Robert Ostrender. The Rockaway "alumni" group poses for the camera. From left, they are John Corey, Desi O'Learey, Sean McHale, Mary McHale, Anne O'Donnell, Helen O'Sullivan, May Amaleso, Bonnie Long, Phil Nannery, Kathleen Guaney and Robert Ostrender. The Rockaway men, all Rockaway "alumni," pose for the camera. The Rockaway men, all Rockaway "alumni," pose for the camera.

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