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I hope this finds everyone doing well. Summer is upon us. Be safe in your travels and adventures.

Did you know, Father’s Day wasn’t celebrated in the United States, outside Catholic traditions until the 20th Century. The first observance of a “Father’s Day” was held on July 5, 1908, in Fairmont, West Virginia at Williams Methodist Episcopal Church, now known as Central United Methodist.  It was a recognized local tradition across the nation until 1966.

In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as “Father’s Day”. Father’s Day is well recognized around the world.

As June 18th approaches think about all the great things your Dad did and does for you.  Being a Dad is a blessing and a calling. Being there 24/7, 365 days a year for our children is something Dads live for. Every Dad’s personality is different and they show their love in different ways, but trust me, our Dads live for each one of us.  When you go to Hallmark, to buy that card, open it up and absorb the words. Those words will touch your Dad’s  heart. The smile on their faces, that glow a Dad gets when their child tells them, they are loved will be speaking to you.

For some us, our Dads aren’t with us.  We will always love them, regardless and they are always loving us, back.

Congrats to all Dads and Dads to be. You have a title you should cherish with all your heart and soul.

Happy Father’s Day and thank you for being who you are.

Take care and Be Good To Each Other,



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