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Washington’s Birthday or President’s Day, Celebrate Your Way.
When I was in elementary school, we celebrated two of our United States Presidents Birthdays in February. On February 12, we studied and celebrated Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, the twelfth President of the United States. We talked about the fact he was born in a log cabin, came from humble beginnings, studied law and wanted the best for our country. He was President during the Civil War and wrote the Emancipation Proclamation. He helped reshape our country. We were given a Lincoln head penny to help remember his day. This was celebrated as a public holiday and some people even got off from work. We did not get this day off from school but it was still fun learning about him. He always looked so burdened and worried in his photos and paintings.
Then on February 22, we recognized George Washington’s Birthday. He was an even more important individual we were told, because he was the First President of the United States. We were taught that he was an honest person with integrity. He was held up as an individual that would not lie even when he had destroyed his father’s cherry tree. As the story went, he wasn’t even punished because he told the truth. We liked that part. We did not go to school on his birthday because it was a Federal holiday but studied about it either the day before or after. This made him really special because we got a day off from school.
In 1968, Congress took it upon themselves to make three national holidays fall on Mondays thus creating three day weekends for workers. Washington’s Birthday was one of the three. In went into effect in 1971. So the day called George Washington’s Birthday moved to the third Monday in February. Some states including Tennessee did not like the fact that this wasn’t the First President’s actual birthday so they started calling it Presidents Day instead. And it stuck and across the country people called it President’s Day. It was then to recognize all the Presidents but most importantly George Washington, our very First President. So since that time, on the third Monday in February, most Federal, State and Local Government offices are closed. Many other business and schools take this holiday off from work.
Celebrate Washington’s Birthday or Presidents Day, Celebrate Your Way.
If you would like to talk real estate in Clarksville TN on Washingtons Birthday or Presidents Day, I am available. Contact The Real Debbie Reynolds at 931-920-6730.
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