In America, Memorial Day is a time to reconnect with our history and core values by honoring those who gave their lives for the ideals we cherish. This Memorial Day weekend, take a moment to remember. Honor the ultimate sacrifice. Celebrate the extraordinary commitment and courage, and remember those who gave all.
Monthly Archives:: May 2018
On the 3rd Saturday in May, we celebrate Armed Forces Day. President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank all our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country. On August 31, 1949, Armed Forces Day was created to replace separate… Read Article »
Few roles in society are as essential and sentimental as that of a mother. A Mother’s commitment contributes immensely, not only to the immediate family, but to our society, and most would agree to the future of humanity. On this day, take this opportunity to wish all the mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day and… Read Article »
In the United States, we observe Military Spouse Appreciation Day the Friday before Mother’s Day. It is a day to acknowledge the significant others of military personnel who hold the fort down at home while their partners are protecting the country. Military Spouse Appreciation Day recognizes the vital role that military spouses play in maintaining… Read Article »
Teachers provide inspiration, motivation and a foundation of knowledge that changes the lives of millions of children and adults every day. Their work and impact extend far beyond the classroom. For this, on Tuesday, May 8th, we celebrate Teachers Appreciation week to express our thanks and gratitude. Take the time to show your appreciation this… Read Article »
National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM) is celebrated every May and encourages U.S. citizens to observe the month in a symbol of unity. NMAM honors the current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Cinco de Mayo, which means, “May 5” in Spanish, is a commonly misunderstood Mexican holiday. Cinco de Mayo is not Mexicos’ independence day. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the French forces of Napoleon III on May 5, 1862, in a battle that lasted from daybreak to early evening. The French… Read Article »