St. Pat’s 2015

Saturday March 14, 2015.              Photos by Sam O'KeefeMiner alumni and friends celebrated the 107th Best Ever St. Pat’s in grand style at the Bauer Bar in the newly constructed Hasselmann Alumni House (right). After an official dedication ceremony — complete with a surprise performance by the Missouri S&T Marching Band — guests watched the parade with a prime view of Pine Street from the front porch. Following the parade, guests joined their fellow Miners for complimentary hot dogs, bratwursts and hamburgers.

The front porch of Hasselmann Alumni House wasn’t the only coveted spot to watch the parade. These St. Pat’s revelers (below) took in the parade from above — on the roof of Peacock Stained Glass in downtown Rolla.    

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