St. Paddy's parade benefits kids with cancer
March 12, 2011 (LaGRANGE, Ill.) (WLS) -- Chicago is not the only place with a St. Patrick's Day parade Saturday.
Oak Forest had one and so did west suburban LaGrange Park.
The fourth annual "Just Irish Enough" St. Patrick's Day parade in LaGrange benefits the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
That's an organization that funds research for kids with cancer.
In addition to the standard St. Paddy's Day stroll through the neighborhood, some folks shaved their heads for the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
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