It’s springtime, and a young person’s thoughts turn to … golf? That certainly is the case at the Martin City Golf Center.
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Premier Mazda has certainly done their share of community outreach in Martin City. In the past six months, they have collected jeans and coats for youngsters at Martin City Elementary School. And now they are about to help four-legged youngsters.
“We call it caring out of balance instead of enabling because there is less stigma in talking about it that way,” said Suzanne Taylor, Family Services Counselor for First Call.
Martin City Brewery will be selling beer at the parade. A national beer judge gives a rundown on the brewery’s many varieties.
Fake Irish accents, a sea of Kelly green shirts, shamrocks and certainly some jig dancing for good measure.
What started as a joke amongst friends and patrons has transformed into one of Kansas City’s most celebrated St. Patrick’s parades.
The Irish rock band The Elders will perform in a free concert Sunday following the parade in Martin City.
You can still enter the Prince, Princess and Dog Costume contest today. The big event is this Sunday.