Thanksgiving Day and Weekend

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Thanksgiving Day and Weekend

Thanksgiving is one of AMERICA'S most important holidays. People gather together with friends and family to give thanks for the blessings that have been bestowed upon their lives. The holiday has both religious and cultural significance. Contact the Beaver City CHAMBER OF COMMERCE or a local church for more information about the activities being held in our community.

Thanksgiving Day and Weekend

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