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Leap Year 2024

This year, we’ll be experiencing a February 29, a date that only shows up on calendars in years that are divisible by four, such as 2024. February is still the shortest month of the year, even with its extra day, but Leap Day serves an important purpose.The effects of leap … »
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

As we remember every January, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the United States’ most influential activists, authors, and speakers. His tireless efforts to advance civil rights for African Americans through nonviolent resistance to racist treatment and laws, and to advocate for marginalized groups throughout the 1950s … »
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National Blood Donor Month

National Blood Donor Month was established by President Richard Nixon on December 31, 1969, making January 1970 the first official observance. This month honors all those who volunteer to donate blood and raises awareness of blood drives and the uses of donated blood to encourage more donors to sign up.Blood … »
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Polar Bear Plunge

New Year’s Day is traditionally considered a time of renewal and opportunity: the chance to get a clean slate and reinvent yourself with the new year. As such, many traditions and symbols have sprung up around New Year’s, but none quite so cold as the Polar Bear Plunge.The Polar Bear … »
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