Guess which presidents were afraid of electricity, was a licensed bartender, swam nude in the Potomac, and liked to play ding-dong-ditch at the White House.
President's Day is the time to remember some of our country's greatest leaders. Below are some fun facts about our past presidents that you probably didn't know. TELL US: Which is your favorite fun fact, or perhaps you know of another. Tell us in the comment section below.
Happy Fourth of July from Medfield Patch. Here are five fun facts to know about Independence Day.
1. Fourth of July Barbecue: As with many holidays, the Fourth of July celebration includes food, drink and the realization of how fortunate we are as a nation. More than 81 million Number of Americans who said they have taken part in a barbecue during the previous year. It's probably safe to assume a large number of these events took place on the Fourth. Although we do not have a fixed menu for the celebration of the Fourth, you can almost count on traditional favorites such as hamburgers and hot dogs, chicken, ribs, garden salads, potato salad, chips and watermelon. Following is a summary of where these foods come from: 2. U.S. Flags: 3. From the best-loved standards to rock anthems and country tunes, patriotic songs are numerous here in …