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March 20th marks the first day of Spring... are you itching to get active? Well, fair warning: there really is such a thing as "Weekend Warrior Syndrome," and folks who have been parked on the couch for the last six months should approach activities with caution. Remember to take care of yourself before you dive into workouts, prepping lawn equipment, and beginning the repairs that have been gathering dust from your "Honey Do" list.
Your Trusted Choice agents understand the rites of Spring, and have some simple advice to help prevent a trip to the Emergency Room. See the "Insurance 101" tab on our website for tips for your Weekend Warrior. Happy Spring to you and yours!
Remember to set your clocks AHEAD one hour on Sunday, March 9!
March 1: Yellowstone became 1st National Park (1872).
March 2: Texas declared its independence from Mexico (1836).
March 3: The Star Spangled Banner became National Anthem (1931).
March 4: The Constitution of the U.S. went into effect (1789).
March 5: The Boston Massacre occured (1770).
March 6: Silly Putty was invented... accidentally (1950).
March 7: Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone (1876).
March 8: Baseball great Joe DiMaggio died (1999).
March 9: The Monitor & the Merrimack battle in the Civil War (1862).
March 10: Government issues first paper money in U.S. (1861).
March 11: The Blizzard of 1888 hits the East Coast killing over 400.
March 12: The Girl Scouts of America was founded (1912).
March 13: Senate began impeachment of President Johnson (1868).
March 14: Eli Whitney patented the Cotton Gin (1794).
March 15: "Ides of March," Brutus fatally stabbed Julius Caesar (44 B.C.)
March 16: Prof. Robert Goddard launched first liquid fuel rocket (1926).
March 17: St. Patrick's Day; the rubber band was invented (1845).
March 18: USSR Cosmonaut Aleksei Leonov first space walked (1965).
March 19: Congress approved Daylight Saving Time (1918).
March 20: Harriet Beecher Stowe published Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852).
March 21: Alcatraz prison is closed (1963).
March 22: The Gutenberg Bible became 1st printed book (1457).
March 23: Handel's "Messiah" premiered in London (1743).
March 24: Robert Koch discovered bacillus causing Tuberculosis (1882).
March 25: First recorded horse race in America held in New York (1665).
March 26: Dr. Jonas Salk invented polio vaccine (1952).
March 27: 8.3 magnitude earthquake rocked Anchorage, AK (1964).
March 28: The Mile Island partial meltdown happened in PA (1979).
March 29: Coca-Cola was invented by John Pemberton (1886).
March 30: 15th Amendment enacted, giving black men a vote (1870).
March 31: The Eiffel Tower opened in Paris, France (1889).