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Celebration of Independence

It's a bummer that this year, we are having to re-analyze everything we do. From what could have been an exciting day with plenty of people, lots of great food, fireworks, the whole shebang! BUT, this doesn't put an end to all of the "what could have beens" friends! We can still make it enjoyable, exciting even! 

Let's do some virtual congregations, over ZOOM, Facetime! Lets still celebrate together! If you need to get some fresh air, go for a nature walk outside. Know that we were given the independence to exercise that liberty this day, in 1776, a whole 244 YEARS AGO!


True Harmony wants you to know, we're celebrating with you. Enjoying the cheer of the holiday indoors! 

Happy Fourth Everybody. 

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