Governor Murphy, in Shamrock Pants, in Gloucester City

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With Irish-American Heritage Month underway, Camden County kicked off its annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade this weekend and a special festive guest stopped by to join all the fun.

On Sunday, March 4th, Governor Phil Murphy traveled into South Jersey for Gloucester City's 3rd annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade.

Murphy came prepared in shamrock pants and marched in the parade alongside string bands, bagpipe players, Irish dancers, and various community organizations.

Officials say the annual event has become a Saint Patrick's Day tradition for everyone in the Camden County community and is a great way to honor the history and heritage of Ireland.

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