Posted November 20, 2018 07:01:37 The US celebrates Thanksgiving with a 11th Birthday this year.
The celebrations have become the most important religious holiday in the United States, with millions of people around the country preparing to celebrate.
What’s new this year?
It’s not a big deal for most people.
Thanksgiving was originally an official holiday, with celebrations beginning in December 1776.
The American president and first lady, Nancy Reagan, said the celebration was meant to remind people of the great blessings God had bestowed on the United Americans.
There are different meanings to the celebration.
Some people celebrate with food and drink and some people celebrate in a circle, with people singing songs or reading prayers.
Others use food and drinks to celebrate with friends and family.
In addition to the traditional Thanksgiving feast, some people also eat Thanksgiving in a variety of ways.
A special Thanksgiving dinner is held on Friday night at the White House for all guests.
It usually includes a turkey, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and gravy dressing.
Many people also make their own turkey gravy with homemade cranberry sauces, and people also take their own stuffing and gravy to restaurants.
Most people don’t celebrate in the same circle as other people, but they do get together for family and friends.
What’s different this year: Thanksgiving is celebrated on Thanksgiving Day in the US on November 26.
It’s usually celebrated by the US president and First Lady and is typically held on the fourth Sunday in November.
As of this year, President Donald Trump has said he will celebrate Thanksgiving in Washington, DC, on Friday.
The president will make his first official public appearance on that day.
At this time, President Trump will be celebrating the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the US, the National Thanksgiving Day Committee said in a statement.
However, this is the first year in which the president will be publicly celebrating the anniversary of his presidency, the group said.
According to the US Census Bureau, the number of people celebrating Thanksgiving Day rose slightly in 2018, to 3.7 million people, from 3.4 million people in 2017.
This is because of a surge in Americans who are celebrating with family and a fall in the number celebrating with friends, said Steve Loomis, president and chief executive of the National Association of Counties.
While it is a big celebration for the nation, it is not a national holiday.
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