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Independence Day

Celebrate the 4th of July. It is a day of family get-togethers followed by fireworks. If you celebrate the 4th of July with a barbeque, remember that coals will remain hot. A child falling or running into a barbeque can be severely burned. Dispose of hot coals in the proper receptacle and do not allow children to play by the barbeque. Be careful how your picnic food is packed for your upcoming holiday weekend. Make sure your cold food stays cold. Put food back in the ice chest or refrigerator after everyone has been served and take it out as necessary for second helpings. Chicken and foods made with mayonnaise should not be left on the table. Last, but not least, fireworks can become deadly if not handled properly. Sparklers get extremely hot and can cause burns and loss of eyesight. Adults should be in charge and young children should not be allowed to handle fireworks. Best advice is to attend the local fireworks display and let the experts entertain you.
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