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IN MEMORY





A friend's eye is a good mirror. We should try and see ourselves through the eyes of our friends.



It is always better to be underestimated.




The three greatest gifts of music and song are:
The pleasure it brings the assembly,
The pleasure it gives the listener, and
The pleasure it brings to the maker.

 


 WHEELING CELTIC CELEBRATION 2011 

        Saturday--March 5th, 2011 - Wheeling Artisan Center
        1400 Main Street (Downtown) Wheeling, WV 26003

               Admission: $5.00 Children under 12 FREE!

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               Click Here For Directions!!!

        

               RECIPE OF THE MONTH 

  
   "EMERALD ISLE ST. PATRICK'S DAY BREAD"

                 4 tsps.   Baking Soda
                    1 tsp.     Salt
                    2 tsp.     Cinnamon
                    1/2 c.     Sugar
                    4 c.        All Purpose Flour
                    2 c.        Milk
                    3 Tbsp.  Grated Orange Peel
                    1           Egg (beaten)
                    1 c.       Seedless Raisins or Currants
                    2 Tbsp.  Oil or Melted Shortening
                    1-3        Drops of green food coloring.

 Pre heat oven to 350 F. Blend dry ingredients in a large mixing  bowl. Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add the wet ingredient mixture, beating until smooth. Spoon the batter into an oiled or greased casserole dish. Let stand a few minutes. Bake for at least 50 minutes. Cut and serve in wedges, or remove to cool on wire rack. Can be stored in refridgerator in moisture-proof paper. 


                                                                    
Please join us for our WCS monthly meetings held on the last Thursday of every month at 7 pm at our meeting house on School Ave in Wheeling.  If you need directions, please email us and we'll connect you to the right people.   If you can't make it to the meetings and you have questions, comments, ideas, stories, pictures, thoughts, or any other tidbit of Celtic-ness that you'd like to share, you can email us at whgcelticsoc@email.com or drop us a note at the following address :

   

            Wheeling Celtic Society
               P O Box 2273
               Wheeling,WV 26003

   

       We hope to hear from you all soon!  Until then...

 May the grace of God's protection and His great love abide within your home--within the hearts of all who dwell inside. 

 


WCS Meetings

WCS meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month. Our meeting house is located at 1801 School Ave in Wheeling,WV.

The meetings begin at 7:00 PM and are open to the public.

 Please e-mail us at WhgCelticSoc@email.com  for directions.

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BLESSING


May God in His wisdom and infinite love

Look down on you always from Heaven above

May He send you good fortune, contentment and peace

And may all your blessings forever increase





Stretch out your hand in giving and you will never stretch it out in want.
--Celtic Proverb


Looking is not seeing, listening is not hearing. Look and see. Listen and hear. Then act.


It is easy to be pleasant when life flows by like a song.


But the man worth while is the one who will smile when everything goes dead wrong.


For the test of the heart is trouble, and it always comes with years.


And the smile that is worth the praises of earth is the smile that shines through tears.

 

 

 

  
SITE DIRECTORY

 

About Us:         About WCS - FAQs - WCS Staff 

 Celebrations:  Festival Information - Festival Performers

 In Memory:     9/11 Victims Memorial

 Interactive:     View Guestbook - Sign Guestbook

 Pictures:         Festival and Other Pictures

 Members:      Become A Member

 



"The world is neither Scottish, English, nor Irish, neither French, Dutch, nor Chinese, but human, and each nation is only the partial development of a universal humanity." -- James Grant
on founding the National Association for the Vindication of Scottish Rights, 1852



The longest day--no matter how long it's length--will surely end. And tomorrow begins anew. -- Celtic Saying





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