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James Osgood, commercial director for Peter's, said: "We're thrilled to be working with the Cardiff City FC Community and Education Foundation again and to be in a position to share out the funds collated in our Pot of Gold.
The pot of gold represents $10 million the city can raise in additional property taxes, in excess of the annual 2.
With two mobsters on their heels hell bent to bury them out on the open road, Pot of Gold is the hilarious journey of three friends discovering their own meanings to life as they end up in one crazy adventure after another on the trip of a lifetime.
The Pot of Gold is on at the Unity Theatre, between September 11-13.
And as for the pot of gold that mythology says was hidden by an Irish leprechaun, sing us another one, chaps
It's as though in all the public assistance programs -- be it welfare, food stamps, child care or Section 8 housing -- someone put a pot of gold in the middle of the street and walked away from it with very little integrity controls,'' said James Cosper, head deputy in the District Attorney's Office Welfare Fraud Division.
In "The Pirate Adventure" also by Janis Diamond, Raggedy Andy is kidnaped by a band of pirates while searching for Leprechaun Micky's legendary pot of gold.
All will discover that there is no pot of gold buried outside Albany.
THE rainbow nation finally found their pot of gold as South Africa won the battle to host the 2010 World Cup.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS has guided me over the rainbow and to the pot of gold.
Now Soros is looking for some other clever operators to turn his $20 million into that HotL pot of gold.
Through the years, the avenue itself has evolved into a boulevard of stores for New York's residents of that pot of gold country: Well-to-do, discriminating, accomplished, successful, educated, single and families.