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Austria Memorial Day

Austria Memorial Day

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E-Newsletter from Congressman Steve AustriaPriority: Normal Date: Monday, May 30, 2011 10:31 AM Size: 40 KBIf you are having trouble viewing this message, you canview the message online.
 
Website | Biography | Contact Us | Constituent Services | Newsroom | District
 
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Dear Friends,I am excited about the opportunity to communicate with you regularly through mye-newsletter to keep you updated on issues and events happening in Washington,D.C. and here in the district.
To become a subscriber simply click on the "clickhere" button in the blue e-mail updates box to the right.
Please feel free toencourage your friends and family who may be interested to sign up as well.Staying connected with you is my highest priority. I encourage you to contact mewith any problems, feedback or comments you may have.Click hereto visit myWeb site.
Quote of the Week:
 
“For love of country they accepted death, and thus resolved all doubts, and made immortal their patriotism and their virtue.” 
-
President James Garfield
 
Issue of the Week: 
Remembering the Heroes that We Lost 
 Decoration Day, now known as Memorial Day, was born in waterloo, New York in1866. Henry Wells, a local drugstore owner suggested that all businesses close forone day to honor, in a solemn and patriotic manner, the fallen soldiers who losttheir lives during the civil war. A group of confederate widows placed wildflowerson fresh graves, townspeople made wreaths and crosses to place upon theheadstones, flags waved proudly at half staff. And thus, an American tradition wasborn.

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