Celebrate Our Country!

September 2009
Weekly Reader - Edition 2;Sep2009, Vol. 79, Special section p3
The article offers information on the Constitution Day in the U.S. Celebrated every September 17th, the day the U.S. constitution was signed, the special day is celebrated in various ways across the country. In some places, it is read aloud to both children and adults while in some, children are given the opportunity to sign a copy of the constitution.


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