American Bald Eagle Day “June 20th”

On February 17, 2010, in news, by admin

The Bald Eagle was selected as the U.S.A.’s National Emblem by our country’s Founding Fathers on June 20, 1782 at the Second Continental Congress. For over 200 years now, it has served as the pride of America’s skies and the living symbol of all that we Americans stand for . . . Freedom, Courage, Strength, Spirit and Excellence.

The American Eagle Foundation has beem heading the Campaign to make June 20th a national holiday.  Currently there is 28 States that have that have established June 20th as American Bald Eagle Day.

Current Supporters: New Jersey, North Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Tennessee, Montana, Michigan, Iowa, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kentucky, Hawaii, Vermont, Virginia, Idaho, Arizona, Texas, North Dakota, Delaware, Illinois, Connecticut, South Dakota, West Virginia, California, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Louisiana.

The American Eagle Foundation is asking for your support, visit there web for more information.



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