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In 1982, President Reagan signed a proclamation designating V-J Day (Victory over Japan day) August 14th, as National Navajo Code Talkers Day. The installation of the first public statue commemorating their bravery took place in downtown Phoenix in 1989.
If you love reading eBooks and listening to digital audiobooks, this is something you have probably wondered about. Seems like it should be easy, right?
July 20th has been designated Space Exploration Day. The date marks the day that a human first walked on the surface of the moon. How much do you know about that historical achievement? Take the quiz.
Meet Harriet and John Cole, two Literacy Connects volunteer instructors for Advanced English Conversation Classes at our Oro Valley Library.