Why we Celebrate

July 4th, also known as “Independence Day” commemorates the day in 1776, that our nation declared itself to be an independent nation, and no longer a colony of England. On that date, a number of our leading citizens signed what is known as the Declaration of Independence, stating our determination to become a free country.

It is a time to remember our past and to honor all those brave men and women who fought and died to keep us free and preserve our American customs and culture.

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.

Thomas Jefferson
Arlington National Cemetery
True Heroes
All True Heroes

We also give thanks to all our Nation’s First Responders for the difficult job they do every day by putting their lives on the line to protect and enhance our country and our way of life.

Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters and other first responders deserve our full support, respect and gratitude.

Celebrate! It’s the USA’s Birthday!