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What are your favorite family Thanksgiving traditions?


Thanksgiving is about more than just the bird.

It is about national and family traditions, whether that means watching football after gorging on turkey and fixings or transforming the homestead into the North Pole.

It is all very subjective.

This writer’s favorite Thanksgiving tradition involved eating grandma’s sweet potato pie before singing karaoke with the family.

We’d like to hear about your favorite (and strange) family Thanksgiving traditions for inclusion in an upcoming article.

Contact this columnist at arobinson@DaytonDailyNews.com or Twitter.com/DDNSmartMouth.

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