April 13th is International Fnd Awareness, National Borinqueneers, National Make Lunch Count, National Peach Cobbler, National Scrabble and more!
National Borinqueneers Day, April 13th, honors the sacrifices of the Volunteer Infantry's Puerto Rican Regiment. The regiment is now designated as the United States Army's 65th Infantry Regiment.
We have a chance to stop a trend that has been sweeping the country by joining National Make Lunch Count Day on April 13th.
Every year on National Scrabble Day, April 13th, a game played around the world is recognized. Alfred Mosher Butts, who was originally named Lexiko and then Criss-Cross Words, eventually settled on the term Scrabble. In the midst of the gyrations, an amateur artist and unemployed architect invented the word game. Butts didn't begin to produce the game until 1948, a final name change and a trademark.
Every year on April 13th, Thomas Jefferson, the third President of The United States, was born on April 13, 1743, and on April 13, 1743.
Every year on April 13th, World Sarcoidosis Awareness Day draws attention to this inflammatory disease. Many people with this illness are also encouraged to support one another and educate others about living with sarcoidosis.