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Health and Safety Are Our Top Priority

As the economy begins to reopen in our community and across our country, we want you to know that the health and safety of our team and clients remain our top priority. We will continue to serve you with the same care and caution as we have over the last few months. If you have any questions or concerns about how we are safely servicing our clients, please give us a call at (757) 306-0500.


Happy Memorial Day!

Memorial Day, Monday, May 25

Memorial Day isn't just an excuse to take a long weekend and loaf around eating grilled meats—although those are certainly among the reasons to love the holiday. So before you head out to your backyard and start up the barbecue, here are some facts about everybody's favorite summer kick-off holiday.

  • It was initially called Decoration Day
    To honor the soldiers who had given their lives for our country, comrades would decorate graves with flowers, flags, and wreaths. Hence Decoration Day. Although Memorial Day became its title in the 1880s, the holiday wouldn't legally become Memorial Day until 1967.
  • It wasn't always celebrated the last Monday of May
    After the Civil War, General John A. Logan, commander in chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, called for a holiday commemorating fallen soldiers to be observed every May 30. But due to the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which took effect in 1971, Memorial Day was moved to the last Monday of May to ensure long weekends.
  • It is legally required to observe a National Moment of Remembrance
    In December 2000, Congress passed a law requiring Americans to pause at 3 p.m. local time on Memorial Day to remember and honor the fallen. 
  • James A. Garfield delivered a rather lengthy speech at the first Memorial Day ceremony
    Of course, then it was still called Decoration Day, and at the time, Garfield was a Civil War General and Republican Congressman, not yet a President. On May 30, 1868, he addressed the several thousand people gathered at Arlington National Cemetery. "If silence is ever golden," Garfield said, "it must be beside the graves of 15,000 men, whose lives were more significant than speech, and whose death was a poem the music of which can never be sung."
  • Waterloo, New York is considered the birthplace of Memorial Day
    According to the town's website, in 1966, Congress unanimously passed a resolution to recognize Waterloo as the birthplace of the holiday officially. However, it remains a contentious debate, with other towns, like Boalsburg, Pa., claiming the title of "Birthplace of Memorial Day" as well.

From the Home Solutions family to yours, have a safe and healthy Memorial Day.

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