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Clearwater Computers and the Wounded Warrior Project. Read more at: http://ow.ly/UZs4p
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Piedmont-MO.com wishes all of our Veterans a happy holiday. Thank you for your service!
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That cold weather sure came in quick! Time for bonfires, hot cocoa, and blankets. What's your favorite way to stay warm when it's cold?
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Hope everyone is enjoying this amazing weather! Remember to stay hydrated when you're having fun in sun! :)
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Raffle - 100% of Raffle Donations will be donated to the Make A Wish Foundation
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Fire Fall Festival! Check it out for a chance to win a free ticket. Limited time only! http://ow.ly/PkPMI
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Fun 4th of July Fact #4 - Did you know that the 4th of July is the BIGGEST hot dog holiday of the year? Time Magazine reports that Americans ate about 155 million hot dogs just on Independence Day!

How do you like your hot dogs? BBQ; chili, cheese, and onions; ketchup & mustard, relish, sauerkraut, slaw, loaded down Chicago-style (tomatoes, pickles, peppers, onions, etc.)? Share your favorites!
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F̶u̶n̶ 4th of July Fact #3 - Did you know that founding fathers Thomas Jefferson & John Adams both died on the 4th of July, 1826?

"The publication of the Declaration of Independence may have accidentally made the Fourth of July the official day of independence for America, but the deaths of two of its founders cemented its creation of the date's designation," wrote the FW's Danny Gallagher in a post commemorating Independence Day last year.
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Fun 4th of July Fact #2 - Did you know that it could have been Happy July 2nd instead of the 4th? Author Kenneth C. Davis writes:

"The fact is that John Adams wrote home to Abigail on the 3rd that this day, July 2nd will go down in history," Davis said during an appearance on "CBS This Morning." "We'll celebrate it with parades and pomp and bells ringing and fireworks, and it was because Congress actually ruled it in favor of independence on July 2. But it was two days later, of course, that Congress then accepted Jefferson's declaration, explaining the vote two days before that really got fixed in the America's imagination as our birthday. July 2nd should be Independence Day."
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Fun 4th of July Fact #1 - Did you know that the Bristol Fourth of July Parade in Bristol, Rhode Island is the oldest continuous Independence Day celebration in the United States? It's been held since 1785 making it 230 years old as of this 2015!
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