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    #1

    at/on every club anniversary

    They remember to invite John to join the celebration party at/on every club anniversary.


    Hi,
    Is it better to use at or on in the above? Is it better to go without both of them? Thanks.

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    Interested in Language
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    #2

    Re: at/on every club anniversary

    I think you can use either.
    Or neither, if you say "...to join the club anniversary party".
    I am not a teacher.

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