Appropriately, this “Total Eclipse” is a once in a lifetime experience for most people, because it has been almost 100 years since the last “total eclipse” in America. So, for many “Senior Citizens” today represents another item to possibly check off their “bucket list” of items they have experienced in their lifetimes.
Several seniors we know have made the trek to Oregon to view the full eclipse, which begins at 9:06 pst and will travel diagonally across America to North Carolina where it will end at 4:06 est.
National Senior Citizens Day was created as a day to support, honor and show appreciation to our seniors and to recognize their achievements and their valuable contributions to our communities. According to CalendarDate.com, President Ronald Reagan declared August 21st as National Senior Citizens Day in 1988.
There are typically events acknowledging today, and we hope to remind people to not only experience the “Great American Eclipse,” but to also acknowledge the Senior Citizens in their lives and thank them for their contribution to our lives and our communities.
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