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    Possessive holidays

    Does Grandparents Day absolutely require an apostrophe, showing possession? I've seen it both ways.

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    Re: Possessive holidays

    Quote Originally Posted by Schoen
    Does Grandparents Day absolutely require an apostrophe, showing possession? I've seen it both ways.
    Grandparents Day (A day for grandparents)
    Grandparents' Day (A day belonging to Grandparents)

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