The third Monday in February (February 21 this year) may be widely known as Presidents Day, but the federal holiday is still officially named Washington’s Birthday.
It’s not even officially called Presidents Day in Arizona. The official name of the holiday in Arizona is Lincoln/Washington Presidents' Day.
You of course remember that Washington’s birthday is actually commemorated on February 22, right? So fly the flag tomorrow, even if you already flew it yesterday.
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