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Ed Evans Column:
Last Month’s Trivia: From what New York City building is the Irish flag flown on St. Pat’s day?
Answer: The Irish flag is flown over City hall in New York on St. Patrick’s Day.
This Month’s Trivia: Which Irish sport is commonly mistaken for the Scottish game of shinty?
Language: Is there an Irish speaking guide?
Irish; An bhfuil treorai Gaeilge ann?
Pronunciation; Un will chroaree Gaylick unn?
History: Counties Louth, Monaghan and Cavan occupy an area known as the Drumlin Belt, Drumlins are small, teardrop shaped hills that were created by retreating glaciers during
the last ice age, and this area is covered with them. The name Monoghan means “little. hills” in Irish. The area is generally quite fertile.
May God bless the Irish, one and all.