March 15, 2023, is celebrated as National Kansas Day, National Pears Helene Day, National Shoe the World Day, National SBDC Day, and Everything You Think Is Wrong Day.
Some people are not always aware that the day they created is also intended to be recognized as the day of the founder of this holiday. It is wrong to think that everything you think about this holiday is wrong. The decision-making day where everything should be avoided is March 15th.
NATIONAL SBDC DAY
The Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) recognize the thousands of entrepreneurs across the country who are supporting the pursuit of small business ownership during National Small Business Day, which takes place on the third Wednesday in March.
NATIONAL SHOE THE WORLD DAY
Every year on March 15th, National Shoe The World Day celebrates the significance of high-quality footwear, which is highly regarded by millions of individuals worldwide.
NATIONAL PEARS HELENE DAY
Commemorates a culinary occasion dedicated to the delectable, creamy French treat that brings together gently cooked pears, vanilla ice cream, and a rich chocolate topping, known as National Pears Hélène Day on the 15th of March.
NATIONAL KANSAS DAY
The region became a part of the United States in 1803 when Louisiana was purchased. The vast open plains were populated by many other tribes such as the Pawnee, Osage, and Cherokee, and were home to magnificent herds of antelope, mule deer, elk, and bison. Kansas recognizes March 15th as National Sunflower Day.
On Deck for March 16, 2023
March on the third Thursday is National Day of Tanning Spray. It’s the perfect day to indulge in everything related to hearts, artichokes, crush curls, information of freedom, and pandas. Additionally, on the third Thursday of March, we celebrate National Day of Rescuer Farm and National Day of Kid Incredible. Absolutely amazing!
Recipe of the Day
Apple SaladPrep: 10 minutesCook: 0 minutesTotal Prep Time: 10 minutesServings: 6.
Great for picnics, this apple salad will be a hit at BBQs and potlucks. Add it to fried fish filets and more!
5 medium apples3 tablespoons lemon juice1 cup grapes2 stalks of celery, diced1/2 cup chopped walnuts1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese1/3 cup mayonnaise.
Rinse the fruit. Remove the core and slice the apples into halves. Peeling is up to your preference.
Slice the grapes in half.
Relax for 1 hour. Wrap and combine all components thoroughly. Include nuts, cheese, and mayo. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Place prepared fruit and celery in a medium bowl.
March 15th Celebrated History
Coney Island operated an endless conveyor or patented an elevator ride that describes Jesse W. Reno’s machine, which was granted patent number 470,918 in New York City. The Otis Elevator Company would purchase Reno’s company after the turn of the century.
The tradition of holding a meeting in that location, which started over 100 years ago, continues today. More than 100 reporters filled Wilson’s office and an appointment was made. President Woodrow Wilson’s secretary encouraged him to hold a meeting with the press, just eleven days before he became President. The first presidential press conference is held in the Oval Office.
Over the weekend, more than 1,000 former and current members of the American military, comprised of the military’s former and current members, gathered in Paris to launch the American Expeditionary Forces, a patriotic veteran service organization. This organization makes many contributions to support financial programs, scholarships, and leadership programs, including the creation of the Memorial Vietnam and support for the American Legion Baseball program, which supports veterans and youth.
The Chords recorded the initial Doo-wop track “Sh-boom.”.
March 15th Celebrated Birthdays
Andrew Jackson – 1767
The inhabitants elected the enduring seventh leader of the United States, famously known as “Old Hickory,” for his resilience in military disputes, serving two back-to-back periods in power.
Alice Cunningham Fletcher – 1838
As an anthropologist, Alice Cunningham Fletcher fully engaged herself in the cultures of Native Americans and led the way in ethnological research.
Emil von Behring – 1854
In 1901, the German physiologist received the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology for his work on serum therapy, particularly its application against diphtheria. It was the first Nobel Prize in the history of medicine.
Liberty Hyde Bailey – 1858
Presently, there are numerous forms of his influences, such as rural services, 4-H Clubs, and county extension services. His immense support greatly contributed to their collaborative endeavors and commitment to rural communities. In 1903, the American horticulturist and botanist played a significant role in the establishment of the American Society for Horticultural Science.
Madelyn Pugh – 1921
Lucy Love, an American writer, is best known for her work on the sitcom television show, “Lucy with Life and Show”.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg – 1933
Ruth Bader Ginsburg dedicated 27 years of her life, until her passing in 2020, to serving on the Supreme Court of the United States. She was frequently recognized as a champion for women’s rights and was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1993.
Sly Stone – 1944
People brought their feet to dancers every day and danced like stone songs to the music. The Sly and the Family Stone band led by Sylvester Stewart was born as a pioneer of funk.
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