July Ruby Month, the month of Integrity, Confidence and Strength.
Independence Day, also called just “The 4th of July” by many folks is a patriotic holiday for celebrating the positive aspects of the United States. Many politicians take this opportunity to appear at public events to show their support for the history, heritage and people of their country. Basically, people in the United States express and give thanks for the freedom and liberties fought by the first generation of many of today’s Americans.
Other Holidays in July
Other holidays in July in the United States
- Parents Day– Sunday, July 22, 2018, promotes the message that the role of the parent is important in human development. In 1994 President Bill Clinton signed into law a resolution adopted by the US Congress to establish the fourth Sunday of every July as Parents’ Day. This day is similar to Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.
- Pioneer Day – Monday, July 24, 2018, is a state holiday in Utah in the United States. It is celebrated each year to commemorate Brigham Young and the first group of Mormon pioneers into Utah’s Salt Lake Valley in 1847 for their bravery and strength of character and physical endurance. A strong and determined group of people.
- National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day – July 27, 2018, National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day.
July 1998 marked the 45th anniversary of the signing of the treaty that ended the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 through 1953. President Bill Clinton proclaimed July 27 a national day of recognition to honor the more than 37,000 U.S. service personnel who lost their lives during the war. . U.S. flags are flown at half-staff on July 27th in remembrance. I lost a 24 year old uncle in the war. There is a wall with his name and plaque in Maine I do visit and lie a rose upon. As with many, his remains were never recovered, just his dog tags were returned to his mother.
Elder Parents Gift