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The Everyday Wisdom Newsletter April 2015
April 01, 2015
April 1st, 2015
April has brought the signs of spring--the new flowers, new leaves on the trees, and birds singing. We love living in the south where spring is already here. For all of you that are still in cold weather, hold on! As a special for this month, we are going to send you some of our warm weather!
April 15th is the last day to file your taxes. We would like to see some changes in our tax structure. To read more about the fair tax we suggest that you read the interview with Congressman John Linder
The photo/graphics section is coming along nicely. We have added a lot of
great pages in this section for you to enjoy and share with your friends. Here is a link to the Photo Index Page
We want to invite you to send them to all of your friends. The send to a friend button is real easy to use.
April isAlcohol Awareness Month
Autism Awareness Month
Cancer Control Month
Child Abuse Prevention Month
Informed Woman’s Month
Jazz Appreciation Month
Keep America Beautiful Month
National Kite Month
National Poetry Month
Mathematics Education Month
Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month
Special Days in AprilApril 1st April Fools Day
April 2nd Hans Christians Birthday
Nato Established 1949
First telephone installed in a home 1877
April 6th North Pole discovered 1898
April 7th No Housework Day
April 8th Ponce Deleon Born in 1460. He discovered Florida and searched for the Fountain of Youth.
April 9th First Public Library opened In 1833, in Peterborough, NH.
April 11th Jackie Robinson Day On this day in 1947, Jackie Robinson became the 1st black in modern major-league baseball.
April 12th Space shuttle first launched Crewed by John Young and Robert Crippen – 1981
April 13th Thomas Jefferson’s birthday Born in1743.
April 14th Titantic struck the iceberg and sank on the 15th
April 15th Tax Day
First McDonalds opened By Ray Kroc in Des Plaines, IL, 1955.
April 17th Daffy Ducks birthday He debuted in a Warner Brothers cartoon in 1937.
April 18th First Laundromat opened In Fort Worth Texas - 1934.
San Francisco Earthquake 1906
April 21st First Kindergarten was founded by Friedrich Froebel in Germany in 1837.
April 22nd Earth Day
April 23rd William Shakespeare’s birthday 1564
April 26th Hug a Friend Day
April 28th National Poetry Day
April 29th Modern zipper invented by Gideon Sindback in 1917.
April 30th George Washington inaugurated as first US president in 1789.
Are you ready for summer vacation? Well now is the time to start making all of those plans. We have a lot of great travel articles for you to read
For a complete list of all of the Travel Articles click here.
For discounts on travel click here..
Some humor to start the month off right.
A young boy arrived to Sunday School class late. His teacher knew that the boy was usually very prompt and asked him if anything was wrong.
The boy replied no, that he was going to go fishing but his dad told him that he needed to go to church instead.
The teacher was very impressed and asked the boy if his father had explained to him why it was more important to go to church than to go fishing.
To which the boy replied, "Yes he did. My dad said that he didn't have enough bait for both of us."
For more good jokes visit our humor index page.
Our wisdom quote of the month.“"Spring would not be spring without bird songs."
- Francis M. Chapman
For more great quotes visit our
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