Bethlehem Press

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
PRESS PHOTOS BY TIM GILMANAven Werner gets encouragement from his uncle, Jeff Rambo of Pottstown, before the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest March 11 at Donegal Square and McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub before Bethlehem’s Parade of Shamrocks. The young contestant, son of Erika Werner of Bethlehem, won an honorable mention award. PRESS PHOTOS BY TIM GILMANAven Werner gets encouragement from his uncle, Jeff Rambo of Pottstown, before the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest March 11 at Donegal Square and McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub before Bethlehem’s Parade of Shamrocks. The young contestant, son of Erika Werner of Bethlehem, won an honorable mention award.
City of Bethlehem Bagpipe Band members play inside the bar at McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub on Main Street during the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest. City of Bethlehem Bagpipe Band members play inside the bar at McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub on Main Street during the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest.
Michael Granger of Bethlehem shows off for the contest judges. Neville Gardner, owner of McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub and Donegal Square where the event was held, watches in the background. Michael Granger of Bethlehem shows off for the contest judges. Neville Gardner, owner of McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub and Donegal Square where the event was held, watches in the background.
Tim Koblish struts for the female judges of the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest at McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub. A “What’s Under the Kilt” T-shirt paid dividends with a second place award for Koblish, who is a Bethlehem police officer and Stroudsburg resident. Tim Koblish struts for the female judges of the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest at McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub. A “What’s Under the Kilt” T-shirt paid dividends with a second place award for Koblish, who is a Bethlehem police officer and Stroudsburg resident.

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