Minted holiday card celebrates national holiday today: CBS News

Minted holiday card celebrates national holiday today: CBS News

July 23, 2021 Comments Off on Minted holiday card celebrates national holiday today: CBS News By admin

CBS News has a new holiday card, minted to celebrate the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance.

It’s a perfect gift for anyone who misses a big family gathering this year, or just wants to have something special for someone special in your life.

Check out the official announcement and how to get yours below:”I was excited to be asked to create this card for my family.

I’m sure we’ll find a few people who will be thankful for it.””

It is my intention to take the card to our local community and bring it to everyone’s lips and hearts as an official national holiday.

I’m sure we’ll find a few people who will be thankful for it.”

The card is the product of a collaboration between the National Holiday Administration and the American Atheists.

The National Day Of Prayer and the National Remembrance Day, the holiday commemorates the memory of all those Americans who have died for our country or its ideals.

The day began in 1924, with a prayer for peace.

It’s the oldest National Day in the United States.

The holiday is celebrated by millions of Americans each year. 

The cards were created by a group of volunteers who have been gathering prayer cards to create cards and send them out to friends and family, CBS News’ Nancy Cordes reported.

“We have collected thousands of cards and hundreds of thousands of prayer cards,” said Mary Kay Balsamo, executive director of the American Day Center, an atheist organization.

“The National Remembers Day card has a nice balance of the two. 

This is one of the largest national days for atheists and agnostics in the country, so it’s an important day to celebrate.”

The holiday card will be available online through March 21, 2019. 

If you’re looking for something a little special for your family, check out the American Alliance of the Deaf and Blind.

It’s available now, and they’re offering up a card that celebrates their countrymen. 

They’re asking for donations of $10 or more to help the AADB get a holiday card to distribute to people who may be deaf or hard of hearing.