Wearing of the Green

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    Marianna Green, left, Halle Knies, and Lily Jones,right, all fourth graders at Ireland Elementary, had fun in their green St. Patrick's celebration outfits during lunch in the cafeteria Friday. Students dressed up for "Wearing of the Green," a day started by Anne Brosmer's fifth grade class. "We just decided to let the kids dress up for fun," said Brosmer. "It will become an annual thing for sure because it was very successful," she added when asked if they do it every year. "It's fun because you can be crazy with whatever you want to do," said Knies. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ireland Elementary School students Casey Leineabach, left, a fifth grader, Haley Atkins and Claire Linette, both in kindergarden, and Reagan Fortwendel, a third grader, read in the hallway at the school on Friday. They were dressed up for "Wearing of the Green," a day started by Anne Brosmer's fifth grade class. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Eva Shelton, left, and Hannah Leby, both third grade students at Ireland Elementary, laughed during recess in Ireland on Friday. They were dressed for "Wearing of the Green," a day started by Anne Brosmer's fifth grade class. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Evan Mehringer, left, Grant Libbert, and Jackson Clark, right, all fourth grade students at Ireland Elementary, waited their turn to go inside after recess on Friday at Ireland Elementary. They were dressed up for "Wearing of the Green," a day started by Anne Brosmer's fifth grade class. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ian Giesler, a fourth grade student at Ireland Elementary, dribbled the ball while dressed as a leprechaun and playing basketball with Grayson Russ and Spencer Englert, back right, both fifth grade students, at Ireland Elementary School in Ireland on Friday. Students were dressed up for "Wearing of the Green," a day started by Anne Brosmer's fifth grade class. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ava Collins, left, kept the wind from blowing her hat away while talking with Bella Roberts, both fifth grade students at Ireland Elementary. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ireland Elementary students Oliver Bez, left, and Ethan Bauer, right, both in kindergarden, listened as Harlan Warnsman, a third grader, read to them in the school hallway on Friday during "Wearing of the Green," a day started by Anne Brosmer's fifth grade class. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Taylor Owens laughed as she tried to keep her four-leaf clover stickers on her cheeks while talking with Lily Jones, right, both fourth grade students, during lunch at Ireland Elementary on Friday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ian Giesler, a fourth grade student at Ireland Elementary, looked over the basketball game he was playing while dressed as a leprechaun on Friday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Hannah Leby, a third grade student at Ireland Elementary, held her hat as she walked out to recess with her fellow students on Friday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald