St. Patrick's Parade at Brooklyn Supreme Courts

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Bernard Graham was the grand marshal for this year’s St. Patrick’s Parade sponsored by the Brooklyn Supreme Courts. Here he is on a snowy Friday morning with staff members Valery Jean Felix, left, and Douglas Schain, Esq. The parade started out from St. Charles Borromeo—the same church where Justice Graham was baptized. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Green jackets, berets, and scarves were once again seen in front the Kings County Supreme Courthouse at 360 Adams St. this past Friday as the Brooklyn Supreme Courts celebrated their 19th annual St. Patrick’s Parade on the snowy morning.

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Bernard Graham donned the sash and title of grand marshal for this year’s parade.  The celebration began with a Mass at St. Charles Borromeo on Sidney Place, and the parade, with pipes and drums, marched down Montague Street to Kings County Supreme Court, Civil Term.  The New York State Supreme Courts Pipes and Drums entertained the crowd and as the parade wound down, the participants were treated to traditional Irish fare, including corned beef and cabbage.

March 12, 2013 - 10:45am



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