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What Are YOUR Thanksgiving Traditions? Here Are OURS!

For most people, Thanksgiving means gratitude, food, and family. Those are the common threads. But people also have fun, unique, or unusual traditions that surround the holidays.

Our Team Members Share Their Thanksgiving Traditions…

“Deep frying and/or smoking a turkey in our driveway” – Dr. Montgomery

“Having a pumpkin shoot. We always buy two pumpkins, one for a pie and one to shoot” – Brenda

“Eating until we burst and watching football with the family” – Christina

“Wearing one of my mother-in-law’s aprons while making our dinner.” – Heidi

“Sitting around the table with my family, each saying what they are thankful for.”
Donna

“Spending time with my family” – Theresa

“Watching the parade with my family” – Kylee

“Relaxing while my husband cooks dinner” – Linda

We’d Love To Hear About YOUR Traditions Too!

As the holidays approach, what traditions are you looking forward to? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section below, or on our Facebook page.

BTW, Is Charlie Brown Part Of Your Thanksgiving Memories?

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Have A Happy Thanksgiving!

Speaking of gratitude… We’re so grateful for each of you—our valued patients and friends. Because of you, we love working here each day. We’re thankful for our relationships with you, and for the trust you place in us.

We wish you a very happy holiday season!