March 1 declared as Saint David’s Day in Clarks Summit Borough


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The Welsh flag was raised in downtown Clarks Summit March 1 in recognition of Saint David’s Day.


Robert Tomkavage | Abington Journal

From left, Dave Jones, Dave Rees, Herman Johnson, Warren Watkins, Mariellen Kaeb, Brian Kaeb and Linda Scott met in downtown Clarks Summit to hoist the Welsh flag in recognition of Saint David’s Day.


Robert Tomkavage | Abington Journal


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    CLARKS SUMMIT — Mayor Herman Johnson read a proclamation declaring March 1 as Saint David’s Day in Clarks Summit Borough. Saint David’s Day is the feast day of St. David, the patron saint of Wales.

    The Welsh flag was raised in downtown Clarks Summit March 1 in recognition of Saint David’s Day.
    The Welsh flag was raised in downtown Clarks Summit March 1 in recognition of Saint David’s Day. Robert Tomkavage | Abington Journal

    From left, Dave Jones, Dave Rees, Herman Johnson, Warren Watkins, Mariellen Kaeb, Brian Kaeb and Linda Scott met in downtown Clarks Summit to hoist the Welsh flag in recognition of Saint David’s Day.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_ABJ-St-David-2.jpgFrom left, Dave Jones, Dave Rees, Herman Johnson, Warren Watkins, Mariellen Kaeb, Brian Kaeb and Linda Scott met in downtown Clarks Summit to hoist the Welsh flag in recognition of Saint David’s Day. Robert Tomkavage | Abington Journal

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