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What are your New Year’s Day traditions?

Friday, December 28th, 2012

Around the world there are time-honored New Year’s Day traditions, eating black-eyed peas for luck, jumping in frigid water for an invigorating start, opening doors and windows to let the old year out.
What traditions do you and your family have? What foods will you serve or eat on New Year’s Day? What activities to you take part in on the first day of 2013? Do you have any superstitions about Jan. 1?
Contact reporter Chris Henry at (360) 792-9219 or chenry@kitsapsun.com for an upcoming story.


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