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When was the last time you completed a random act of recognition? We think there’s no better time than the present. Are you up to this month’s challenge?

How many times have you said thank you today? Could you start saying thank you with more enthusiasm or passion? Is there someone you always mean to say thank you to but never do? Maybe the cashier at the grocery store, your child’s teacher or the person who answered the phone when you called a local business have earned your gratitude.

National Hispanic Heritage Month runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. Beginning in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week, it was later expanded in 1988 by President Reagan. These 30 days are dedicated to celebrating the history of Hispanics, the largest ethnic group in America. Everyone can recognize this important month in a variety of ways.

 

Celebrate Fall in Tallahassee by attending First Friday, a football game, a festival or at the downtown market!

When was the last time you completed a random act of recognition? We think there’s no better time than the present. Are you up to this month’s challenge?

We know the best parents get promoted to grandparents and this Sunday, September 11th, we’ll celebrate National Grandparents Day. President Jimmy Carter signed legislation in 1978 proclaiming the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents Day.

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