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Share your story of celebrating July 4 out of the country

Have you ever celebrated the Fourth of July abroad?
The Salisbury Post is putting together a Celebrate America guide, to be published in the paper June 29, and we’d like to include stories from readers about what they did to observe Independence Day while in other countries.
You may have been in the military. Maybe you were in another country for a vacation or study trip. Either way, we’d like to include your story and, if possible, a photo.
So tell us how you celebrated the Fourth of July in another country, in 350 words or less, and email to ecook@salisburypost.com or mail to Elizabeth Cook, Editor, Salisbury Post, P.O. Box 4639, Salisbury, NC 28145.
Please include your name, address and phone number in case we have questions.
If you have questions, call Cook at 704-797-4244.

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