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Photos and text by Eric Heinz

There’s always a thunderous, synchronized rhythm rumbling from the San Clemente Community Center each March, as the Aniar Academy School of Irish Dance students perform Irish step-dance.

It’s the formidable performance of the evening, which took place March 17 this year, prior to the Exchange Club of San Clemente awarding funding to organizations of their determining.

This year, the Exchange Club donated $5,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of the South Coast Area and $500 to Aniar.

People were treated to a traditional Irish feast of corned beef and cabbage as well as other St. Patrick’s Day-themed activities.

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