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Cecil County LAOH celebrates Irish culture at breakfast celebration at Immaculate Conception parish in Elkton — Photo gallery

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Dotty Fritz, Fr. Gerald Dunne, St. Patrick (Murray Smith) Mary Anne Loftus Smith, Paula Amberg at the LAOH breakfast at Immaculate Conception School in Elkton. (Courtesy photo)

The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians (LAOH),  Cecil County Division One and the Knights of Columbus from Bishop Becker Council 2427 fed and entertained more than 100 Irish enthusiasts on Sunday, March 23 at the second annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast at Immaculate Conception School in Elkton, Md.

Division 1 LAOH President Christine Hild served as emcee and welcomed St. Patrick (portrayed by Murray Smith) to the festivities.

After serving a traditional Irish breakfast, the LAOH, Knights and their guests enjoyed musical entertainment by Brendan Hild and Irish dancing by students from the Mc Aleer Paulson School of Dance.

LAOH members from Harford County, Md. and New Castle County, Del., joined in the fun. St. Patrick posed with his fans and the Silent Auction and 50/50 Raffle were big hits.

St. Patrick poses with LAOH Members from Cecil and Harford County Maryland Divisions and New Castle Delaware on March 23, 2024 at the Cecil County Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians St. Patrick Breakfast held at Immaculate Conception Church in Elkton, Md. (Courtesy photo)
McAleer Paulson dancers have a little fun in the photo station before putting on an amazing show for the breakfast attendees. (Courtesy photo)
LAOH Chaplain, Father Richard Jasper with member Regina Simon (Courtesy photo)
Mc Aleer Paulson Dancer Kennedy Hild with her cousin Samantha Hild (Courtesy photo)
Christine Hild, Cecil County LAOH President and Saint Patrick (Murray Smith) (Courtesy photo)
Brendan Hild donated his musical talent playing Irish music. (Courtesy photo)
Dotty Fritz, Father Gerald Dunne, St. Patrick (Murry Smith) Mary Anne Loftus Smith, Paula Amberg (Courtesy photo)