FYI April 10, 2021

On This Day

1872 – The first Arbor Day is celebrated in Nebraska.
Arbor Day (or Arbour in some countries) is a secular day of observance in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees.[1] Today, many countries observe such a holiday. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season.



Born On This Day

1903 – Clare Turlay Newberry, American author and illustrator (d. 1970)
Clare Turlay Newberry (April 10, 1903 – February 12, 1970)[1] was an American author and illustrator of 17 published children’s books, who achieved fame for her drawings of cats, the subject of all but three of her books.[1] Four of her works were named Caldecott Honor Books.




Wishing him a complete as possible and speedy recovery.
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