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    Time to Give Thanks

    November 2021
    Now that the weather is cooler and the seasons have changed, we are seeing more and more people cooking at home – which is excellent practice for the holiday season to come!
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    Celebrate Fall Holidays with Melissa’s!

    September 2021
    Back-to-school is going to be a little different this year. Because of COVID-19 and the new Delta variant, some schools are postponing in-school classes and opting for online home-schooling. 
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    It’s Hatch Pepper Time!

    August 2021
    Authentic Hatch Peppers are a Southwestern favorite, named after the original growing area in Hatch, New Mexico. Melissa’s Hatch Peppers are grown in the Mesilla Valley, just north of Las Cruces, New Mexico. 
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    Fun, Food and Fireworks! 

    July 2021
    The most celebrated holiday of the summer is Independence Day or the 4th of July.  Independence Day in the United States is an annual holiday commemorating the formal adoption by the Continental Congress of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia, PA.
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    June Celebrates Summer and Dad!

    June 2021
    Father’s Day and the official first day of summer fall on June 20th this year! Families nationwide will be celebrating with fun and plenty of food. Now that the Covid vaccine has become readily available, more families will be able to celebrate in person!
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    May Festivities

    May 2021
    This year, Cinco de Mayo, May 5, 2021, falls on a Wednesday! Cinco de Mayo has become an "American" celebration with festivities happening nationwide. The holiday started with a celebration in the U.S. in 1863 to show solidarity against the French rule. 
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