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March of Dimes & Polio - 1

March of Dimes & Polio - 1

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What’s with the dimes in March of Dimes?

It was thought that lime rhymes with dime so why not?

Mothers used to march door to door for dimes – as it was thought to be not too little (a penny) and not too much (twenty five cents)

Limes were thought of as too heavy to collect – so they went with dimes!

Dimes were a great way to make your pocket jangle!

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