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Middleburgh Acknowledges “Middle Child’s Day”

Written By Editor on 8/12/17 | 8/12/17

Since 2013, the International Middle Child has made it their mission to raise awareness of Middle Child’s Day. (Middle Child’s Day? There’s a Middle Child’s Day? Yes, there is. And it’s August 12th.) Apparently, they need to do more. So for 2017, the I.M.C.U. has created the Middle Child’s Day “Middle” Town Outreach program. “I’ve compiled a list of every town I could find with Middle in its name, and  I’m reaching out to them for help,” says union boss, Bruce Hopman. “As our Middle Child-in-Chief would say, the goal is to make Middle Child’s Day great again.”

Hopman is asking “Middle” towns to issue a proclamation or formal announcement on August 12th in support of Middle Child’s Day. “If a “Middle” town can’t throw a little attention a Middle Child’s way, then we have no hope,” he says. He’s been in touch with “Middle” towns all across America, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, and is generally encouraged by the reaction he’s receiving. “I mean, giving a Middle Child some attention isn’t as important to them as garbage collection, but what else is new?” The Village of Middleburgh is supporting the effort, issuing a proclamation.

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Listen to the Mayor talk about Middle Child's Day on "Pay No Attention to this Podcast."

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