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In the United States, Columbus Day falls on the second Monday in October but many other countries celebrate the famous explorer on October 12th every year. That’s the day in 1492 when Christopher Columbus arrived in the “New World” while...
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Do you remember your favorite teacher? Sure you do. Everyone has good memories of at least one teacher who made a real difference in their lives. Whether you loved school or couldn’t wait for summer to come, there was probably...
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The smiley face is the world’s most recognizable symbol of goodwill and happiness, and it was first created by a commercial artist from Massachusetts in 1963. Harvey Ball is also the man who brought us World Smile Day on the...
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In 1983, a joint congressional resolution created American Business Women’s Day to honor the contribution of women-led businesses and the growing number of women assuming top management positions in companies around the country. Every September 22nd, special events and seminars...
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