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Needless to say, March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day, and some of us have some Irish heritage to claim. I know a lot of people from Sweden settled here, but so did people of other nationalities.

Did you know that St. Patrick was not from Ireland? In fact he was taken there as a slave during his teenage years, and then managed to return to England. He was not in Ireland on his own accord until later in life.

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