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Fourth comes on the Third for Fort Plain

Celebration to have food, music, reptiles, fireworks

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Twenty-five years ago, Dawn Hanifin said Fort Plain’s Independence Day celebration should be held on the third so she could get a better deal on the fireworks. The event has changed since. It’s run by a volunteer council now, and it’s a lot bigger, but it’s still on the third. “People have things planned for the Fourth,” said Community Activity Council Chairman Jim Katovitch, who now organizes the event. “This gives people something to do ...

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