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From the NFH Team

On the first Monday in September, workers nationwide celebrate the fruits of their labor. The term “workers” does not only include those who work for wages, but also could be anyone who works for the betterment of society – volunteers, philanthropists, military, mothers, fathers. After all, there are many ways to contribute to the economic and social growth of the United States.According to the United States Department of Labor, the first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City. It is disputed whether Peter J. McGuire, general secretary of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, or Matthew Maguire, machinist and secretary of the Central Labor Union in New York, initially proposed the holiday. What is clear is that Labor Day has become a tradition of taking a day to relax, have fun with family and friends or catch up on neglected chores. It is a reward for rolling up our sleeves and putting in a year’s worth of hard work.On your day off, you could seek out the plethora of activities offered in our own backyard. Read this issue of The New Falcon Herald to discover a few things our community has to offer, including information about a space program that caters to the young and old. Even a group of Australian tourists found plenty of recreation in Falcon during a road trip across the country. Read about their adventures as they passed through Colorado.We don’t have to take an extended road trip to uncover relaxation and fun, discover something new, have a little fun or even experience another world. As Labor Day is recognized, we are reminded how lucky we are to call Falcon home.The NFH team would like to welcome Bill Sinclair, a new advertising representative, to the team. Bill moved to Falcon two years ago from Wisconsin.Also, copies of the NFH go fast after they hit the newsstands. To guarantee a copy, get to the stands early or call us to start a monthly subscription. Our next issue will be published Oct. 3.In the meantime, put up your feet and take a breather while you take advantage of what Falcon has to offer this Labor Day, Sept. 7!– Stefani, Michelle and the NFH team

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