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Kiwanis Sponsored 4th of July Celebration Food Tent, Granville Ohio
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The Kiwanis certainly can throw a party! After spending too many hours walking up and down Main Street. A cool place to rest is found under the Kiwanis food tent. I usually get a brat or two and then it's back to the streets of Granville.

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Uploaded: 07/07/2009
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