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Monday July 22nd, 2019 5:50AM

See how North Georgians celebrated the Fourth

By Mitch Clarke Director of News and Content

This Fourth of July is the 243rd birthday of the United States. How are you celebrating our independence? Whether it's a cookout with friends and family, a day of relaxing on the lake or taking in the parades and fireworks around Northeast Georgia, we want to see your celebration photos and share them with our readers.

Send your Independence Day photos to news@jacobsmedia.net.

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We want your Fourth of July celebration photos
Whether it's a cookout with friends and family, a day of relaxing on the lake or taking in the parades and fireworks around Northeast Georgia, we want to see your Fourth of July celebration photos and share them with our readers.
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