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WHEREAS, the Grateful Dead have been an American institution for more than 15 years, and
WHEREAS, the Grateful Dead aren't Just the best at what they do, they are the only ones who do what they do, and
WHEREAS, there truly is nothing like a Grateful Dead concert, and
WHEREAS, the Grateful Dead should keep on truckin' for as long as there are Deadheads, and
WHEREAS, what a long strange trip It's been from 710 Haight Street to the Dane County Coliseum,

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jonathan B. Barry, on the motion of Supervisor Stuart Levitan and, by the powers vested in me, do hereby proclaim Friday, June 24, 1983, to be GRATEFUL DEAD DAY IN DANE COUNTY

Signed in the County of Dane, Madison, Wisconsin, this 20th day of June, 1983