Marty Quinn, left, and Kathleen Finnigan attend her 98-year-old mother Mary Virginia Federal before the St. Patrick’s Day parade. Charlotte’s 19th St. Patrick’s Day parade wove through a misty and cool uptown on Saturday. About 150 Federal family members and friends marched in the parade, many carrying air guitars playing along with the Federal Clan Kings, led by Michael and Lenny Federal.
Marty Quinn, left, and Kathleen Finnigan attend her 98-year-old mother Mary Virginia Federal before the St. Patrick’s Day parade. Charlotte’s 19th St. Patrick’s Day parade wove through a misty and cool uptown on Saturday. About 150 Federal family members and friends marched in the parade, many carrying air guitars playing along with the Federal Clan Kings, led by Michael and Lenny Federal. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Marty Quinn, left, and Kathleen Finnigan attend her 98-year-old mother Mary Virginia Federal before the St. Patrick’s Day parade. Charlotte’s 19th St. Patrick’s Day parade wove through a misty and cool uptown on Saturday. About 150 Federal family members and friends marched in the parade, many carrying air guitars playing along with the Federal Clan Kings, led by Michael and Lenny Federal. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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