Michelle Plotnik, Architect | Murphys Irish Day is Coming Saturday, March 19, 2022
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Murphys Irish Day is Coming Saturday, March 19, 2022

So, for a little something different. You may not know that I am a long-time member of the Murphys Business Association and have served as President and coordinated the Association’s events for many, many years. After two years off we are going to be back with all the festivities including the parade, craft fair, raffle for a Trip to Ireland, all-day entertainment, and more. All of it with a distinctly Irish flair as we celebrate the Irish heritage of Murphys.

This event requires a great number of volunteers and we are still looking to fill a few more slots. Our volunteers are gifted with one raffle ticket for a chance to win that trip to Ireland for each shift they work, invited to our Volunteer Appreciation Party on the following Thursday (hosted at Newsome Harlow this year), and earn our gratitude.

It’s a great chance to reconnect with the community or meet people if you are new to the area. And you get the satisfaction of helping make the event as fun, friendly, and safe as possible. If you can spare an hour and a half that day, check out our online sign-up sheet and see if there’s a slot that could work for you.

In the meantime, meetings and consultation times will be very limited until after the event…see how I brought that back on topic.