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    Hello - I am sending out invitations to a graduation party and on the front of the invitation I have Dan's Graduation Party. Is this correct? or is it Dans' or just plain Dans

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    Re: Teresa

    "Dan's Graduation Party" is correct in this case; the apostrophe indicates a possessive, and Dan is the guest of honor at this party.

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