Spouse Birthdays

Name                         Spouse Of             Date
Karen                       Rennar, Hank          Jun 02
Wigley, Tyler         Morris, Mary Ellen      Jun 16

              Join Date Anniversary 
    Fling, Robert   4 Year Anniversery June 24 

Facts About June

Flag Day is observed in the United States on June 14. It commemorates the day in 1777 when the Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as our flag. It then had only 13 stars, to match its 13 stripes.

It's not an official national holiday, but in Pennsylvania, it is a legal holiday. The President has proclaimed a public flag day observance every year. It was first observed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the selection of the flag. President Harry S. Truman officially recognized June 14 as Flag Day by signing the National Flag Day Bill. 

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The Philippines' Independence Day is on June 12.
Sweden celebrates flag day, its national holiday, on June 6.
Finland's flag day is the Saturday closest to June 24.
The JUNE BUG also known as June beetle, is the name for several large beetles seen in the United States during May and June. They are usually seen at night, when the light attracts them.

June bugs eat the young leaves of trees and plants. They deposit their eggs in the ground. The young larvae bury themselves in the soil in the autumn and stay there two years. They then come out in May or June as adult beetles.