Jennifer Trent // September 11 // 0 Comments

Five to pick from!!

Happy!…..well let’s see, April Fool’s Day or National One Cent Day or

National Sourdough Bread Day or National Burrito Day aanndd Take Down Tobacco Day of Action.

So take your pick or celebrate all five.

April Fool’s Day-play a trick on a friend or on someone who’s not a friend (now be nice, don’t make an enemy). Just have fun! Historical speculation says that April Fools Day started in 1582 when France switched from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar.

National One Cent Day-The United States first issued a one-cent coin produced by a private mint in 1787. Benjamin Franklin designed it. Have fun with this day by hunting for a “wheat penny.” Wheat pennies have wheat stalks on the reverse of the face. They were minted from 1909 to 1956 and are worth more than face value, three to 4 cents up to ten dollars.

National Sourdough Bread Day-Who doesn’t love warm chewy sourdough bread. My favorite sourdough fast-food sandwich is the Hardee’s or Carl, Jrs. Frisco Angus burger. Yummm! Sourdough used as a soup bowl is a genius idea! One of the oldest sourdough bread dates from 3700 BCE and was excavated in Switzerland.

National Burrito Day-What kind of burrito do you crave, beef, steak, chicken, bean, add rice, pico, salsa, queso?…the possibilities are endless and delicious. Your favorite place to get a burrito? Homemade, Qdoba, Chipotle, Chuy’s, etc., got a favorite local establishment? Celebrate with friends, family, co-workers, neighbors.

Take Down Tobacco Day-Take Down Tobacco Day? Ever heard of it? Me either. Take Down Tobacco Day started twenty-six years ago with Kick Butts Day. This campaign is observed throughout the year and is part of the Tobacco-Free Kids’ campaign. This campaign empowers people to stand up and speak out against the tobacco industry.

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