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Undaunted by pandemic, PLUS Company presents 30th Wild Irish Breakfast over airwaves

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Mar 20, 2021
Dean Shalhoup
Members of the Marsh family, of Kent, England, who became an Internet sensation known as "The Lockdown Singing Family" for their pandemic lockdown inspired parodies of famous songs, performed – virtually, of course – their rendition of the Les Miserables song "One Day More" at Wednesday morning's Wild Irish Breakfast. (Courtesy photo)
Katie Koczan was one of three PLUS Company clients who addressed, virtually, the audience that tuned in for Wednesday morning's 30th anniversary Wild Irish Breakfast, the agency's signature fundraiser. (Courtesy photo)
Jess Maki was one of three PLUS Company clients who addressed, virtually, the audience that tuned in for Wednesday morning's 30th anniversary Wild Irish Breakfast, the agency's signature fundraiser. (Courtesy photo)
Donnalee Lozeau, executive director of Southern New Hampshire Services and a former Nashua mayor who has a long history of taking part in the PLUS Company Wild Irish Breakfast programs over the years, addressed this year's virtual audience via hookup from the Molloy company's studios. (Courtesy photo)
Bryan Kearns was one of three PLUS Company clients who addressed, virtually, the audience that tuned in for Wednesday morning's 30th anniversary Wild Irish Breakfast, the agency's signature fundraiser. (Courtesy photo)

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