July 6th, Holidays, Observances and Awareness Days

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July 6th, Holidays, Observances and Awareness Days

Every day is full of fun holidays, educational awareness days, and heartfelt observances. See if there is anything that catches your interest today and celebrate. ♥

International Kissing Daynational kissing day
History: International Kissing Day started in the UK but now has been adopted worldwide.
Fun Facts: As of right now in 2017,  a Thai couple Ekkachai and Laksana Tiranarat hold the record for the longest kiss in February 2013. They held a kiss for 58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds.
Observed: Annually July 6th
How to Observe: Kiss someone unexpectedly, enjoy a kiss, notice others little kisses and what they mean, a couple, a mother and child, friends.

National Air Traffic Control Day
Observed: Annually on July 6th.
History: Ronald Reagan, US president, do  proclaimed July 6, 1986, as National Air Traffic Control Day. I call upon the people of this Nation and their Federal, State, and local governmental officials to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the United States air traffic control system. See Proclamation Here

National Fried Chicken Day
Observed: Annually on July 6th
History: Learn more here about this American tradition. 
How to Observe: Check out some recipes and whip up some friend chicken today! Enjoy!
Check out these yummy fried chicken recipes!

Take your Webmaster to Lunch Daytake your webprogammer to lunch day
Observed: Annually on July 6th
How to Observe: A webmaster is someone that creates and edits a website. If you have websites, take your webmaster to lunch, order him/her a pizza, or just simply thank them.

Umbrella Cover Day
Observed: Annually on July 6th
How to Observe: Visit the Umbrella Cover Museum or their website here. If it happens to be raining by you, play in the rain!

Fun Facts about July 6th

  • 1907 Frida Kahlo, Mexican painter, was born.
  • 1921 Nancy Reagan, American actress and the 40th First Lady of the United States was born.
  • 1935 14th Dalai Lama Tibetan Spiritual leader was born.
  • 1946 George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United State was born.
  • 1964 Malawi gains its independence from Britain.
  • 2013 Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash lands in San Francisco International Airport. The crash, which killed 3 people and injured at least 190 others, was the first fatal incident involving a Boeing 777 since it came on the market in 1995.
  • 2017 President Trump Admits Russia was involved in tampering with the elections, but adds ‘it could have been other countries and Ex-CIA chief: US headed toward nuclear crisis [source]

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