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May 2003 Issue
Mother's Day Traditions
by Ronda L. Halpin
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May is month filled with sunshine, new growth and new beginnings. It's appropriate, then, that it's also the month in which we celebrate Mother's Day. Some people celebrate Mother's Day with a special breakfast for Mom. Others have traditional outings or visits with family and friends. Still others give sentimental gifts for the special occasions. So, this month, we'd like to hear about your special Mother's Day traditions. Who knows? Maybe you'll be inspired by other traditions and some inspiration of your own to the mix! Happy Mother's Day!

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