You might call it Old Glory or The Stars and Stripes, but the official name is “The Flag of the United States of America.”
While it has been around since 1777, our American Flag has certainly become a talking point, sometimes controversial, over the past few years. Flag Day probably shows up on your calendar, but it isn’t technically a Federal Holiday (or it would likely be moved to a Monday.) People in Pennsylvania may have the day off since it is a state holiday.
You may not know it, but June 14th is National Flag Day. Although this holiday doesn’t get a lot of attention, once you’ve given these Flag Day facts a read, you’ll hopefully want to fire up your grill to celebrate. Nineteen-year-old Bernard J.
If you’re a fan of TV’s Big Bang Theory, Flag Day might make you want to watch Sheldon Cooper’s “show inside the show” Fun with Flags!
Highlights are always cool.