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Kiwanis Sponsored 4th of July Celebration, Granville Ohio
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Main Street Granville Ohio, the final hours of the 2009 Granville Kiwanis 4th of July four-day Independence Day Celebration. Our kids had a great time with their friends, while Mel and I enjoyed the bitter-sweet taste of fresh squeezed lemonade.

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Tags: kiwanis club; 4th july; forth july; panoarama; independence day celebration; granville ohio; fresh squeezed lemonade
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