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Firefighters to lead Fargo's St. Patrick's Day Parade

FARGO - The Fargo Fire Department will lead the city's St. Patrick's Day Parade for the first time Saturday. Fargo firefighters have invited more than 50 local and regional departments to join them in the event, according to a news release from t...

FARGO - The Fargo Fire Department will lead the city's St. Patrick's Day Parade for the first time Saturday.

Fargo firefighters have invited more than 50 local and regional departments to join them in the event, according to a news release from the city.

Off-duty Fargo firefighters in dress uniforms will march at the head of the parade, just behind the color guard, escorted by two Fargo Fire Department trucks and any equipment other departments bring. They hope to be joined by firefighters from Moorhead, Dilworth, West Fargo and other area departments.

The parade starts at 1 p.m. Saturday on Broadway.

Any area firefighters wishing to march with Fargo Firefighters can visit fargofirefighters.org or call (701) 367-2478 for more infomation.

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