How to Celebrate Memorial Day with COVID-19???
Each year on the final Monday in May the United States celebrates the federal holiday Memorial Day. But this year is going to be different with COVID-19. Keep in mind, the social distancing guidelines and the governor’s ban on large gatherings.
Most of the Parade are cancelled, here is the list of few cities that are cancelling the event in Massachusetts:
Here is some history on Memorial Day:
Originally Memorial Day was known as Decoration Day, meant to honor the Union and the Confederate soldiers who died during the American Civil War. By the 1900’s it had become a day to celebrate all American soldiers who died while serving in the military. It wasn’t until 1967 that it was legally named Memorial Day. It became a federal holiday in 1971.
Here are some facts about Memorial Day you may not have known from Fluorolite Plastics:
In observance of Memorial Day, Fluorolite Plastics will be closed on Monday May 25, 2020.
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