The following was posted on Micki Peluso’s blog. I found it so interesting and informative I had to post it for all of you that are following me.
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Thank you Micki.
Saturday, April 30, 2016
May Day is usually, but not always, celebrated on the first of May, although in recent years enthusiasm for the holiday has waned considerably. Many Staten Islanders in New York can recall festivities in the past several decades which included springtime sports, and May Poles decorated with bright ribbons streaming from the top of the pole. Young children were traditionally garbed the ribbons and danced around…
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