Grilling and going camping over the Memorial Day weekend is what most people think about first when the holiday approaches. The day is set aside to to show your respect for those who have given their lives for our country, for our personal freedom. You can enjoy your family traditions and show respect at the same time.
While many of us will enjoy the holiday weekend with our families doing some grilling, Memorial Day is a day set aside to to show your respect for those who have given their lives for our country, for our personal freedom.
Memorial Day unofficially marks the start of the summer season. Many Americans will take to the road this holiday weekend to visit family and friends. There will be backyard cookouts and time spent by the pool and at the lakes. I personally hope that through all the celebrating you will take a moment to think about the men and women who have and continue to serve our country, so we can enjoy the f
Memorial Day is about more than just cookouts, picnics, water fun, and a day off from school or work. It is about honoring our service men and women who have died while serving our country, and to remember those who served proudly and have since passed on.
Events are scheduled for both sides of the city to remember our fallen heroes this Memorial Day. Take the time to share with your friends and neighbors to honor our local men and women that have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Since we can’t spend the entire Memorial Day weekend barbecuing, many Americans observe the day by hopping over to the local cinema to take in a blockbuster movie and some free air conditioning.
Memorial Day 2011 boasts some great flicks, from the Kenneth Branagh-directed treatment of "Thor" to the much-anticipated sequel to "The Hangover" to Woody Allen's first critical hit in