New Year's Eve isn't just for New Yorkers. Sure, they get their fancy ball drop, watched by millions. But cities and towns across the United States have their own traditions for ringing in the New Year.We've rounded up a handful of other strange traditions. Click through to see a slide show of the quirkiest approaches for heralding in 2012 on The Atlantic Cities
One example - at midnight, the city of Lebanon, Pennsylvania will drop a 12-foot, 150-pound real bologna, a testament to the town's unique type of cured ham. In Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania, a broasted chicken will fall to the ground (below, a wonderful video of the event).
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