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Where Did Mother's Day Come From?
Mother's Day was made official by President Woodrow Wilson and the United States Congress in 1914, when all members of the House wore white carnations in their button holes on the second Sunday in May. Two women, one from Boston and one from Philadelphia, at two different times, had fought to create a holiday to honor mothers.

 

Valentine’s Day and Chocolate: A Perfect Pairing

How did chocolate become a symbol of Valentine's Day? It all began long, long ago!


 

Chanukah Crafts
Chanukah calls for Jewish families to not only light menorahs (the candelabrum with nine candleholders), but also to display it for all to see. For hundreds of years, this tradition of "displaying the lights" has sparked Jewish creativity. Why not join in and create your own Chanukah crafts to display?

 

Valentine’s Day and Chocolate: A Perfect Pairing

How did chocolate become a symbol of Valentine's Day? It all began long, long ago!


 








 
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