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Presidents’ Day

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The United States of America celebrates President’s Day on the third Monday of February. This celebration has quite a long history. At first, it was established as the observance of George Washington’s Birthday and was held on February 22. Then, after the Uniform Monday Holiday Act was enacted in 1971, it was moved to the…

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Affordable Ideas to Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day

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Before St. Valentine’s Day, it is a pity to realize that you are on a budget, especially when the glittering stores’ windows display a great variety of glossy presents that cost big sums of money. Do not be upset. Love and care for someone is not measured in dollars. Use your creativity and make a romantic present that will stay in the heart of your loved one for a long time.

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Nonprofit Style of Celebrating Abe Lincoln’s Birthday

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On February 12, the entire nation will honor one of the greatest presidents in the history of the USA, Abraham Lincoln. Personally, I cannot ignore this date partially because my name is also Abraham and partially because I have always been fascinated by the achievements of this outstanding American leader. Due to the fact that I am obsessed with nonprofit world, it is a good idea to take several examples from Abraham Lincoln’s life to help your nonprofit.

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Interesting Facts about Groundhog Day

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Groundhog Day was celebrated for the first time on the 2nd of February 1886 in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. However, the legend of the groundhog’s predicting prowess appeared in 1887. A company of followers visited Gobbler’s Knob to tell people that the groundhog had a special power to determine when the winter was going to end.

If this rodent comes out of its cave and immediately scampers back and does not spot its shadow, winter will end soon. However, if the rodent spots the shadow, there is a big probability that the cold and snowy weather will go on for several weeks.

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