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Family celebrates for two reasons

July 1, 2006

Albany -- Many people in Albany took advantage of the weather and had an early Fourth of July celebration. The Marshall, Bell, and Thomas families used this holiday weekend to also celebrate their annual family reunion.

There's a look at the oldest family member at 94 years-old to the youngest at just one-year-old.

The family is orginally from Albany and say this holiday weekend is a great time for the family to enjoy together. "Fourth of July all over America, people are already celebrating. So it's just a good time for families to get back together. They usually have the time off on their jobs without having to take addition time off, so it's just a good time," said Loelle Marshall-Warner.

The family says the weather was perfect for a cookout picnic.

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