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Yesterday was Thanksgiving, and in preparing the turkey, stuffing and green bean casserole, it is normally easy to get lost in the traditions of family time and the fond memories of years past.

This year, however, COVID-19 has upended everyone’s “normal.” We’ve all had to adapt to so much in 2020, and now we all find ourselves looking for new ways to celebrate safely with loved ones and to show our thanks for the many blessings we still enjoy.

About the writer: If you would like to make a gift to the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, reach out to Connie Locker, development and membership manager, at or 616-842-0700, ext. 120. The museum is located at 200 Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven.

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