During “Flag Week – from June 14 onwards – all citizens and residents of the United States of America are encouraged to hoist the flag that symbolizes national tradition. Next you will find lots of cards and images to do this virtually!
In 1916, US President Woodrow Wilson issued a statement reaffirming Flag Day celebration; but it was not until August 1949 that, under President Harry S. Truman, the US Congress signed into law, although not national holiday. Only in the state of Pennsylvania is celebrated as a holiday.
Today, June 14, we celebrate the “Flag Day”, whose act was approved for official use during the Second Continental Congress in 1777. Next you are going to find lots of cards and images for you to download, share or print totally for free!
Each year, the President of the United States proclaims the Day of the Flag and decrees hoist the flags on federal buildings; many Americans also display a flag in their homes, gardens, workplaces, schools. In many cities public commemorations are also performed.
Each June 14 Americans celebrate Flag Day to commemorate the anniversary of the adoption of the current design of the flag of the United States, formalized in 1777 by the Continental Congress.
June is here, the month of Father’s Day, the Yoyo, donuts and even the onion rings. Yes, there are many things to celebrate in the sixth month of the year and we hope you enjoy each of them!
Welcome word single from three-dimensional letters.
The month of June is represented on the calendar as a naked woman pointing a sundial while on the other hand carries a torch. This symbolism portrays that from this month the sun begins to go down. The torch has a range of colors dotting the fields in summer.
The Greco-Roman syncretism Juno changed the primitive functions within the divine pantheon. Among its powers, the goddess was also the guarantor of nature and marriage. Other theories suggest that it June was the month of youth, junior.
June is one of the most relevant months, as it represents the door to summer. This month is named after the goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter and queen of heaven.
Argentina played a key role for the approval of Resolution No. 66,127 of the UN, as it has extensive experience in promoting human rights and respect for the elderly.