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Greenville Mayor signs healthy marriage proclamation

GREENVILLE, AL (WSFA) - Valentine's day is quickly approaching and Greenville Mayor Dexter McClendon is getting ready.

Monday night McClendon dedicated February as "Healthy Marriage Month." 

Mayor McClendon signed the proclamation at the city council meeting and said healthy families create strong communities.

"Right now it is extremely important that families stick together in trying times.  Many times when you have a healthy marriage, that translates into a very happy and healthy family and into a happy community as well," said City Clerk Sue Arnold.

Valentines Day is February 14.

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