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District 10 news

Happy Leap Year! 

This year is a Leap Year, meaning February has 29 days rather than 28. 

People born on February 29 sometimes count themselves as much younger, since they only technically age every four years. 

In Ireland, in a tradition going back centuries, this one day in February during the leap year was when women could propose marriage. 

It is said that the tradition began in fifth century Ireland when St. Brigid of Kildare complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait far too long for men to propose. The legend says that St. Patrick decreed the women could propose on this day. 

This tradition is mirrored in the U.S. with "Sadie Hawkins Day," based on a girl in the Al Capp comic strip "Li'l Abner" who inspired Sadie Hawkins Dances where girls would ask boys to attend.

Schnitzelburg Area Community Council meeting

SACC photo

Councilman Mulvihill joined Schnitzelburg Area Community Council yesterday evening for their general meeting. 

At left, he spoke with Sylvia Walters, a SACC board member, at the meeting. 

SACC meeting photo

Above, Councilman Mulvihill gave an update to SACC on Louisville Metro Council happenings as Rebecca Hollenbach, SACC VP, at left, and SACC president Ron Bolton, center, listened. 

Councilman Mulvihill also was on hand to hear the presentation on the Eastern Parkway Study to SACC.