Column: George Washington, father of Spring Break
BEVERLY HILLS - God Bless America and how's everybody?
President's Day is the holiday traditionally set aside by Americans to honor the life and birthday of George Washington. At his Virginia plantation, he raised tobacco, distilled whiskey, brewed beer and grew hemp. He was recognized by young people throughout the Colonies as the Father of Spring Break.
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