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IRISH FOR A DAY: Green was everywhere Sunday in honour of St. Patrick’s Day. Taylor Thomas, 17, of Nanoose Bay chose to be Irish for a day and had many motorists honking as she walked along Northwest Bay Road wearing everything green.  - BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO
IRISH FOR A DAY: Green was everywhere Sunday in honour of St. Patrick’s Day. Taylor Thomas, 17, of Nanoose Bay chose to be Irish for a day and had many motorists honking as she walked along Northwest Bay Road wearing everything green.
— image credit: BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO

IRISH FOR A DAY: Green was everywhere Sunday in honour of St. Patrick's Day. Taylor Thomas, 17, of Nanoose Bay chose to be Irish for a day and had many motorists honking as she walked along Northwest Bay Road wearing everything green.

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