President's Day

President's Day was established as a federal holiday to honor George Washington, the first President of the United States, born on February 22nd. The holiday was originally called "Washington's Birthday" and was celebrated on February 22nd each year. Over time, the holiday has evolved to recognize all U.S. Presidents, past and present, and has been moved to the third Monday in February as part of the Uniform Monday Holiday Act of 1968. This act aimed to provide more three-day weekends for the nation's workers by moving the celebration of several federal holidays to Mondays. The holiday serves as a reminder of the critical role that Presidents play in shaping the course of the nation and serves to honor the contributions made by Presidents throughout history. It is a day to reflect on the significance of the presidency, the democratic process, and the ideals of freedom and equality at American society's heart. Whether you are a history buff, a patriotic American, or just looking for a day off, President's Day is a holiday worth celebrating. Call us today at 901-435-4250

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