5 Things To Especially Avoid On Memorial Day
This weekend America reflects on those who died fighting for our freedom. Most folks will take the time to go water skiing, camping, hiking, or some other recreational activity. In Idaho, several cities will hold ceremonies for those who died in service to our nation. Click here to find out where you can honor the fallen within the Treasure Valley.
Memorial Day began after the Civil War and was originally called decoration day. It is disputed where the first official 'Decoration Day' began, but the name was soon changed to Memorial Day. In 1971, Congress officially moved the holiday to the last Monday in May.
Memorial Day is also the official start of Summer, and folks that work in retail understand that they will not be enjoying a three-day weekend. If you are unfamiliar with the dos and don'ts of Memorial Day, we've compiled a list of 5 things you should never do on this sacred holiday.
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