Is your mom, dad, uncle, grandparent, niece, or cousin a veteran? Do you know anyone who has willingly fought and died for our country? Today, along with many others in our country, we stand to recognize those who have bravely fought for our freedoms and liberties.
A Little Background
Memorial day is here to remember the thousands of fallen soldiers in the Civil War who died protecting our country, morals, and beliefs. The freedom of our nation depended on the backs of the many men and boys who left home to fight for what they believed in the year of 1961-1965. On the last Monday of May 1971, at 3 p.m. in Waterloo, New York, Memorial Day first came to be federally recognized as a holiday. Many choose to show their appreciation with a moment of silence, a barbeque, visiting the cemetery, and/or singing patriotic tunes.
Last week we finished the flooring and began installing doors and trim for a residential project in Bothell. In Seattle, we had an exterior painting job. We also started an interior paint job in Maple Valley.
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist