January 22, 2017
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Kids Speak Out: What do you do for the Fourth of July?
July 2, 2013 - 11:29am
Theo Hudson, 8: "I hang out with my cousins and friends."
Nathan Bear, 8: "Sometimes we do fireworks and sometimes my cousins come to visit."
Michael Gibbs, 13: "We usually go up to Maryland and have a family reunion."
Ella James, 10: "We usually sit on our back porch and watch fireworks."
Savannah Padgett, 10: "Go out to my grandma's, have a party and then go to Augusta to watch the fireworks."
Avery Tiwari, 8: "(Go) to the beach."
WHAT DO YOU DO FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY?
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