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Transcript for March 31st

Welcome to March 31st, 2020 on the National Day Calendar.  Today we celebrate all the colors of the rainbow and the glorious food that continues to inspire us.  More after the break from our founder, Marlo Anderson.

In grade school, nothing said “status” like owning a huge box of Crayola Crayons especially if you had the built-in sharpener! Crayons were first produced in 1903 by Binney & Smith, and childrens’ art hasn’t been the same since. Spending a day turning blank sheets of paper into a colorful world of rainbows, yellow suns, and stick figures with too many fingers has in some way shaped the very world around us.  On National Crayon Day consider the power of imagination and the rocket fuel provided by a simple box of colors. Staying inside the lines optional.

“Do you want fries with that?” Or maybe it’s baked, mashed or roasted.  Potatoes are such an American favorite, this “blank canvas” veggie fuels our culinary imagination. We even gave ourselves permission to play with this food. (Mr. Potato Head) and not many other vegetables can make that claim. (Take that, broccoli!) Whether you call ‘em Po-tay-toes or Po-tah-toes, celebrate National Tater Day with some spuds!

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