National Day of Encouragement in United States
National Day of Encouragement in United States is held on September 12. This event in the second decade of the month September is annual. Help us
The National Day of Encouragement in the United States was announced in 2007 and occurs each year on September 12.
The first proclamation for the Day of Encouragement was made by Mayor Belinda LaForce of Searcy, Arkansas on August 22, 2007. In September Mike Beebe, the Governor of Arkansas, signed a proclamation making September 12, 2007 the "State Day of Encouragement" for Arkansas.
Later, President George W. Bush also signed a message making September 12 the official "National Day of Encouragement."
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