Clay Aiken Celebrates Memorial Day

Memorial Day and Labor Day are bookend holidays, marking the beginning and end of the summer holidays in the United States. These three-day weekends traditionally are times for celebration and family outings. Celebrated in most states on the last Monday in May, Memorial Day is a time to remember the U.S. men and woman who lost their lives serving their country. Originally known as Decoration Day, it was established in 1868 to commemorate the dead from the Civil War. Over the years it came to serve as a day to remember all U.S. men and women killed or missing in action in all wars.

What are your plans for the holiday week-end?  Are you going out of town or are you staying at home?  Maybe you are cleaning up the grill for a old fashioned Memorial Day Picnic.

Whatever your plans may be, have a safe week-end.  And don’t forget to support Clay Aiken in whatever way you can.  He’s a pretty remarkable young man and this week-end is a good time to show him and the music world that he is loved.   And check in often.  We will try to keep you informed of any news that might reach us this week-end.

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Comments

  1. Musicfan,

    Happy Memorial Day Weekend to the CANN Staff!

    Thank you for all the Clay Aiken news and for your kind remarks in the Carolina blog.

    Caro

    P.S. The IE browser doesn’t seem to be connecting to your site. I’m currently here via Mozilla.

  2. clay i have so much respect for you, i have a disability myself and think you are a very spacial person. this world could use more people like you.
    good wishes to your little boy and your mom. sorry about my not capitalizing where needed its hard for me to type. love cindy

  3. HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY TO ALL MY AMERICAN FRIENDS!!

    Oh, and thanks America for bringing Clay Aiken to us, all over the world! 🙂

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