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Activities for Saturday, March 16, Downtown...
Activities for Saturday, March 16, Downtown Lee's Summit
March 15, 2013
The Strip 5K Run 7:30 at City Hall benefiting Big Brothers Big Sister of Greater Kansas City
Irish Breakfast: 8-11 a.m. at Mingle, 209 S.E. Main St.
Corned Beef & Cabbage Fundraiser for Cancer Aid & Research
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. $7.00
Includes Silent Auction & Bake Sale
Anual fundraiser by VFW Ladies Auxiliary
VFW POST 5789
329 SE douglas, Lees Summit, Missouri
Bits O’ Gold Coin Hunt for Kids: 10:30 a.m. in Howard Station Park
Emerald Isle St. Patrick’s Day Parade: noon in Downtown Lee’s Summit
Join Downtown Lee’s Summit in celebrating all things Irish. The eighth annual EMERALD ISLE ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE begins at noon Saturday, March 16, 2013, in Downtown Lee’s Summit. The main parade route is on Green, Third and S.E. Main streets. This is the Saturday before St. Patrick’s Day, and this year’s theme is “Lucky 2013.”
Emerald Isle Pub Crawl: 2 p.m. at participating downtown bars
LS Bald Eagles Head Shave & Silent Auction Fundraiser for Hope House
Silent auction starts at 10 am, Head Shave Live Auction at 2 p.m.
Heads to be auctioned off starts at 2 pm at IAFF Local 2195 - Lee's Summit Fire Fighters Association
322 SE Douglas, Lees Summit, Missouri 64063.
Senator Will Kraus is raising funds to not shave his head again this year.
Each dollar raised will be matched up to $500.
20 are now getting shaved for Hope House
LS Councilmember Rob Binney,
Lance Cornell from Hy-Vee East,
Cass County Sheriff Deputy Shane Burgess,
Lee's Summit Fire Fighter Scott Koller,
Rai Gatapia from Lee's Summit Martial Arts,
Leny Sanders, Angi Simpson Hutton and David Hunter of Bike America
More details on who is getting shaved may be found: http://lstribune.net/lees-summit-news/lee-s-summit-bald-eagles-nick-swearngin-with-missouri-mavericks-orange-hair.htm
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