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August 2001 Issue
Keeping Cool
by Ronda L. Halpin
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With August sharing its famous toasty temperatures, people everywhere are finding ways to keep cool. Whether it's by shunning the outdoors and heading for the AC or digging into a wonderful slice of chilled watermelon, there are lots of ways to keep cool. Why not add your favorites to our growing list?

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