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Girardville - best known as home to the infamous Molly Maguires - is located along PA Route 54 in the Upper Schuylkill Region, and serves as an important link among our local communities. The borough was named after mariner, merchant and philanthropist Stephen Girard, who in 1830 purchased the acreage that would eventually become Girardville from heirs of Pennsylvania founder William Penn. The Wayne Hotel was owned by "The King of the Mollies" John "Black Jack" Kehoe - portrayed by Sean Connery in the 1970 major motion picture The Molly Maguires. Girardville celebrates its Irish heritage each Saint Patrick's Day with a festive parade that brings thousands of visitors to the village streets to enjoy the colorful sights and sounds of bagpipers, community groups, and high school bands. Visitors will enjoy a tour of Girardville's Molly Maguire territory, and a curbside seat at one of our region's most fun-filled events.
GIRARDVILLE a€” As bagpipers and floats carrying local athletes paraded through the borough Saturday afternoon, Betty Ann Bernosky a€” who wore a costume which included a green fur hat and leg warmers a€” said she was proud of all of the volunteers who came together to continue one of the borougha€™s strongest traditions.


After Fridaya€™s storm dropped more than 5 inches of snow on the community, the borough road crews and volunteers came out to make sure the streets were clear for the 12th annual Girardville St. Sponsored by the Girardville Parade Committee, which includes members of the John a€?Jacka€? Kehoe Ancient Order of Hibernians Div.
Temperatures hovered around 35 degrees as hundreds of people greeted marchers, including the bagpipe musical group the Hawk Mountain Highlanders. Former President Bill Clinton marched in the parade in 2008, drawing 30,000 people to the borough, parade organizers said that year.
He was referring to the Allegheny County Men and Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Pittsburgh, which marched with Division Five behind the Nittany Lion Highland Pipe and Drum Band.
Magisterial District Judge Christina Hale, Frackville, marched with the Ladies of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Daughters of Erin No. Girard is the founder and managing partner of Girard Gibbs LLP. He has been recognized by his peers and the federal judiciary as an expert on class actions and complex litigation. Gibbs is a partner at Gibbs Law Group LLP and Girard Gibbs LLP representing plaintiffs in employment, pharmaceutical, and medical device litigation, as well as consumer class actions.
His practice focuses on consumer class actions, false claims act cases, privacy rights, and mass torts. He represents individuals who have suffered catastrophic personal injuries, as well as families of wrongful death victims. A versatile and adept lawyer, he has authored briefs that resulted in a number of decisions favorable to consumers.
Prior to joining Girard Gibbs, she managed large scale eDiscovery projects in antitrust, product liability, as well as bribery and corruption.
She also has experience with litigation concerning pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and software.
Kramer is a 2013 graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law and a member of the Investor Justice Clinic. Prior to joining Girard Gibbs, he completed a post-graduate fellowship in the Litigation Division of the Oakland City Attorney’s Office. Courts throughout the country have appointed Karen to serve in leadership positions in some of the largest pharmaceutical and device cases.
Munroe represents plaintiffs in high-profile class action and mass tort cases in both federal and state courts throughout the United States. Mura has experience representing plaintiffs in class action and complex litigation concerning consumers’ and workers’ rights, products liability, drug and medical devices, federal jurisdiction, and constitutional law. He has successfully taken on some of the country’s largest corporations and achieved favorable results for consumers. Prior to joining Girard Gibbs, he represented plaintiffs injured by defective medical products and toxic exposure.
Adam devotes his practice to representing plaintiffs in complex securities, antitrust, and consumer class actions. He has written and spoken for organizations like the American Association for Justice and Consumer Attorneys of California.
Prior to joining Gibbs Law Group, he represented plaintiffs in antitrust, wage-and-hour, and legal malpractice cases at a litigation firm in San Francisco.
Before joining Girard Gibbs, Marjorie worked as a 3rd grade teacher with Teach for America at Horace Mann Elementary School in Oakland, CA. Please help police the community by flagging offensive comments for our moderators to review. This is the most snow wea€™ve had in a long time, but I dona€™t think the weather will keep too many people away.
A Fountain Springs native, Cairo colored his goatee green before he and a group of friends came out to see the sights Saturday.


She represented individuals before FINRA and in settlement negotiations to resolve wrongdoing by securities firms. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California and a Spring 2014 legal extern at the California Department of Business Oversight. Meredith served on the Law and Motion committee in the Yaz litigation, where she assisted in the successful opposition to 15 Daubert motions in fewer than three weeks. She specializes in the management of multifaceted, high-profile cases, and has developed expertise directing complex electronic discovery projects. Curb to curb the snow was gone, and as I was talking to different people, I found out that last night different volunteers from all over northern Schuylkill County pitched in to help clean the streets for this parade to go on.
Ita€™s entertaining,a€? Jake Kapusnick, 16, of Gordon, said, rattling off a few reasons why he looks forward to the event every year. More than 100 were in the vicinity outside and her grandson, Jake, 8, was pointing to a vendor cart and begging her to buy him a can of silly string. Last week, Kehoe's memory was recognized with a plaque at the business he founded in Girardville.The historic plaque is displayed at the main entrance of the Hibernian House of John J.
This week, Kehoe's memory was recognized with a plaque at the business he founded in Girardville.The historic plaque is displayed at the main entrance of Jack Kehoe's Hibernian House, a landmark not only to the northern Schuylkill County borough but to the anthracite coal region at large. Kehoe in Girardville, a landmark not only to the northern Schuylkill County borough, but to the anthracite coal region at-large. It is also a proud reminder of the role played by Irish Americans in the fight for justice for miners working in harsh, dangerous and often deadly conditions - a time when coal barons placed more value on the mules working in the mines than the men.Kehoe's great-grandson, Joseph J. Patricka€™s Day in Girardville, ita€™s about heritage and people pitching in to help,a€? Symons said. It is also a proud reminder of the role played by Irish Americans in the fight for justice for miners working in a harsh, dangerous, and oftentimes deadly job. Wayne, owns and operates Hibernian House and is quick to show off the building and give details on its history and his great-grandfather. It was a time in the late 1800s and early 1900s when coal barons placed more value on the mules working in the mines than the men.Kehoe's great-grandson, Joseph J. Historical photos abound in the building, and an enclosed stairwell contains an elaborate mural of those times when the Molly Maguires were fighting for justice for miners, but in turn became the enemies of coal mining industry leaders who fought unionization.Wayne fought for years to exonerate Kehoe, and in 1979, Pennsylvania Gov. Wayne, owns and operates the Hibernian House, and is quick to show off the building and give details on many aspects of its history and his great-grandfather. Milton Shapp granted a posthumous pardon to Black Jack.A very unique item in the tavern is the door to the county prison cell that held Kehoe. The grand marshals were Mickey Holland, former coach of Mahanoy Area boysa€™ basketball team, and sports writer Sam Matta. Historical photos abound in the building, and an enclosed stairwell contains an elaborate mural of those times when the Molly Maguires were fighting for justice for miners, but in turn became the enemies of the leaders in the coal mining industry who fought any notion of unionization.Wayne fought for years to exonerate Kehoe, and in 1979 Pennsylvania Gov.
Wayne saved the door when it would have been destroyed by a wrecking ball in the 1980s."They were going to bury that door and Judge McCloskey was the president judge of the county at the time and Timmy Holden was the sheriff," Wayne said. Milton Shapp granted a posthumous pardon to Kehoe.A very unique item in the tavern is the actual door to the prison cell that held Kehoe in the county prison. Wayne saved the door when it would have been destroyed by a wrecking ball in the 1980s."They were going to bury that door, and Judge McCloskey was the president judge of the county at the time and Timmy Holden was the sheriff," said Wayne.




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